Having lived in different parts of the country I notice a bit of a difference between climes. In Wyoming, unless it was below zero and there was the chance of being stuck somewhere, I wore my suit coat, shirt and tie to work all winter. In Virginia, when it gets to 50 degrees, everyone wears the down filled “Michelin Man” coats.
I have no problem with that.
At my son’s soccer game (The “Icebreaker” Tournament) today, everyone was frozen to the core at 40 degrees, including me.
My friends back in Wyoming and Ohio are laughing at me.
So be it.
However, I have robins, daffodils and neighbors working on their yards.
I use my snow shovel primarily as an extra-large dust pan.
Life is good.
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You really have to be careful about counterfeit products these days. Naturally such big ticket items as Rolex watches and Coach Handbags have been targeted for many years. But today, cheap knockoffs are made to look like the elite brands at all product levels.
In some cases, the knockoffs are forgeries. In other cases, the con artists try to make just enough of a distinction to have semi-plausible deniability.
This morning I opened up the after shave that my wife had given me for Christmas- my usual brand. When I splashed some on, the smell was not at all what I expected.
I looked at the green bottle. Instead of “Polo” it said “Pollo.”
So all day long I had to listen to people say that I smell like a chicken burrito.