From This Perspective, I would say that things are looking up. :)

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  1. Tonytee

    Tonytee Well-Known Member Site Supporter

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  2. Craig Sherriff

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    TT, what are you doing in a women's clothing shop, you didn't get dragged in there by the lady of the house did you, you poor soul, I see this happen all the time at Vinnies, a opportunity shop I volunteer at. The poor gentleman had to wait for ages while his loved one goes through all the various items on display, they in turn faint interest and after a while stare at their feet wishing for time to pass.
     
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    Hi Craig,
    That is hilarious. Reminds me of when I was a child during the holiday season. It was a Saturday morning and my mother insisted that we
    all go XMAS shopping. My father and I waited in the car for three hours while my mother shopped. True story that after three hours my
    mother came out of the mall with just her pocketbook in hand. I know of no male twisted enough to even shop that long and not purchase
    anything. It was a very cold winter morning sitting in that car. Thanks again for your contribution. :) Hope this finds you well. So other than that, what do you think of the photo?

    TT
     
  4. Craig Sherriff

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    TT, let us look at the way a lady survives mentally in a relationship or our modern world.
    To them going through all the clothes is a means of stress relief, much like popping bubble wrap.
    I see it all the time at Vinnies, their little darlings will be rampaging through the store and they will be in there own world, quiet often we see them after they have dropped the kid off at daycare, so then they can unwind, now onto your photo.
    I like the change of dark colours to the brighter one, exactly the way they have been layout where I volunteer. It has a calming effect. now if you were to change the photo to black and white you would see it as shadows changing through to brightness as it go through the various zones.
    Now I ask you, have you been in a Opportunity shop and noticed the disproportionate amount of ladies clothing to gentleman clothing. For the ladies there is rack after rack, for the gentleman maybe two or three, usually some old suits where grampa has died and they have been donated or where teenagers have grown out of them. You do not see the subtle change of dark to bright clours as shown in your photo, as there is not enough of them to produce that range.
    Shoes, the same observations can apply.
    Conclusion, the reason you see the disproportionate amount of cloths is the modern women likes to recycle.
    Men would drop dead before they throw out their gear, that is why there is always a few old suits in the men's section.
    The clour range such as in your fine photo, is there to induce a aurora of calm.
     
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    i am not sure what the real problem is. Yet, my recordings are certainly not exceeding beyond 3-4 Mb.Its just that when i upload the attachment, it fails to be send.
     
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