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callin wongster

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cod Mon 15-May-06 10:28:35

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cod Mon 15-May-06 10:31:11

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cod Mon 15-May-06 10:36:17

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anniemac Mon 15-May-06 10:45:17

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hannahsaunt Mon 15-May-06 11:11:55

Witchery is lovely but no idea re prices - only gazed in the window with longing before being dragged back north to the land of no shops (except a multitude of $2 shops). Good shoe shops in Sydney. David Jones presumably does good range of clothes. Only decent one here is Pumpkin Patch and that's just for small children. And pregnant people. Neither scenario applies. Tell Sydney chum to appreciate her shops or she'll be made to spend a year in the hinterland

cod Tue 16-May-06 14:05:03

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cod Tue 16-May-06 14:08:31

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suzywong Tue 16-May-06 14:09:30

yes
I am blind
thanks for pointing it out

<tickles guide dog behind ear>

MarsLady Tue 16-May-06 14:09:56

a wee bump to say coddy's nerves lol!

suzywong Tue 16-May-06 14:13:09

cod, I went in to the Witchery store last Thursday (only day anything is open later than 6pm) and it does indeed seem to be best option. Will seriously consider it for my winter clothing, but it is 24 degrees at the moment so am ok in t shirts

Your friend is right. Also about the salads. But all sandwiches come with grated carrots and sliced beetroot.

cod Tue 16-May-06 14:15:40

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cod Tue 16-May-06 14:16:58

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suzywong Tue 16-May-06 14:17:03

Christmas in July is very big here amongst the expat community. Going to restaurants in your polo neck jersey for turkey dinners

Get your friend on MN in the special new section

cod Tue 16-May-06 14:17:26

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suzywong Tue 16-May-06 14:17:29

A Lounge

cod Tue 16-May-06 14:17:59

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cod Tue 16-May-06 14:18:22

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suzywong Tue 16-May-06 14:18:50

since dh has been back he has embraced all phrases Ozzie, he now says "chick" for female as in "this chick rocks up" = a lady appears. Ds1 remains splendidly plummy though.

anniemac Tue 16-May-06 14:19:08

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cod Tue 16-May-06 14:19:46

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suzywong Tue 16-May-06 14:20:23

no, that's true, but not calling an item of furniture by the name of the room in which it is customarily located.

suzywong Tue 16-May-06 14:20:49

yes
that is what he says
often

anniemac Tue 16-May-06 14:21:04

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anniemac Tue 16-May-06 14:21:21

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suzywong Tue 16-May-06 14:22:19

no, never call it a longue, that's just wrongue

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