Monday, October 28, 2019

R, can you record this

I don't normally watch commercial tv, but I asked R to record something for me after noticing a promo as I wanted to see the guy who some 35 years ago I did the biz with. He has become rich and famous, and a celebrity in 90s. I think we are the same age. He looks better than I do for our respective ages but he is rich and I am not. I can't really remember what we did aside from it being satisfactory but I remember him not allowing me to take his tee shirt off. I insisted yes and he insisted no. He won. What a curious memory.

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  1. You have a rich famous friend? Whose Tshirt you wanted off? Ok. Maybe look him up again?

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    1. Strayer, not a friend. Just someone from years ago. I am not interested to repeat anything. He and I are too old.

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  2. Some things are best left unsaid Andrew.

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    1. Cathy, the post or the detail within? I know this post was pushing the limits but I appreciate that people of asimilar age to myself understand.

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  3. How Do You Know He Won??

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    1. Padre, maybe there was a really good reason for keeping his tee on.

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  4. You always make me laugh Andrew 😁 Sounds like a happy curious memory.

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    1. Grace, I like that you tell me I amuse you at times.

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  5. I remember refusing to take my T-shirt off too, weird that. Let's not do details. I laughed out loud at your post. Such memories jogged up.

    XO
    WWW

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    1. WWW, humans are so funny about their own bodies.

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  6. Now I'm curious, can you at least name the show or movie?

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    1. River, it might be a tv show about homes and gardens and better ones.

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    2. I used to love that show, when they had affordable solutions, then it all became too upmarket and I stopped watching.

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  7. I once met an ancient boyfriend, he had become so ugly and fat and old that I quickly disappeared before he could see me !

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    1. Gattina, you missed a bullet there then.

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  8. My first love was a young (boy) man, who began to lose his hair in High School. I was so fond of him all of our lives, and apparently he held a torch for me as well.
    He did go nearly completely bald.
    My life would have been very different if we had stayed together. I'd have stayed in my hometown, been friends with my high school mates, and this year I would have become a widow.
    My memories of Larry still make me smile. Even if he lost all his hair at the end.

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    1. That's sad Maribeth. I know someone similar now who is young.

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