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A Japanese correspondent shares his friend Bob the Woman’s taste in fashion and men.

I appreciate men including a wallet, if possible dark, dressed in a fit with when you use a long Wallet, second hand when simple truly a fairly short section. The idea is not only useful to contain the purse bucks and other banking institution cards. Wallet in a man like Bob the woman, the woman did Bob can put hair hung to his shoulders freedom to come and go, but less elegant flavor lost. I do not know but the little things even three thousand black hair department, though man is not no purse; tightness like Bob knew, others looked just style. Synthetic leather wallet to outsiders discovered only african american, obtained their own comprehensive break down of net worth in the dark.

Ah, young love! Dr. Boli remembers those romantic starlit nights of obtaining each other’s comprehensive breakdown of net worth in the dark. Those days are over, and have been for about two centuries, but he is delighted to see that some of those old pastimes never stale. It is true, however, that man is not no purse; we should all make a special effort to remember that.

Comments

  1. Ah, if only some woman (preferably not named Bob) would let me into her three thousand black hair department, and let me experience some tightness like Bob knew…

  2. Perhaps “Bob the woman” is an imperative . . .

    Jeffery Hodges

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  3. John says:

    It seems to me it must be a re-translation of something that was translated from English into a foreign language. My guess is that language is Old Norse but I’m open to suggestions. The writing in question was probably Bernice Bobs Her Hair by Barry Fitzgerald. If you’re not familiar with this yarn (spoiler alert), it’s about a woman named Bernice who bobs her hair so she can sell the shorne locks to a wig maker and use the money to buy her husband the Complete Works of Edgar Guest only to discover on Christmas Day that he really wanted a copy of Beau Geste.

  4. RepubAnon says:

    Perhaps the author is a Black Adder fan?

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