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  1. SirSlarty's Avatar
    Is changing people's names taking you away from updating the directory?
  2. Naitch's Avatar
    Thanks for this info. I wondered what was going on, as the site has been down quite a bit lately.
  3. Mimi Gardenia's Avatar
    Thank you Grant- you are an angel !
  4. garville's Avatar
    Is LONGEVITY in my wardrobe now working? If it is, how can I access and rate the stars?
  5. hirch_duckfinder's Avatar
    Ah, got it! Nice one Grant. You came across really well.
    Grant's bit starts at about 25 minutes.
    Updated 17th March 2010 at 05:27 PM by hirch_duckfinder
  6. actiasluna's Avatar
    I can't usually get the iplayer here in "merica. This time, I can. Sweet!
  7. Grant's Avatar
  8. WillC's Avatar
    Could you include a link when it appears on the iplayer please? Cheers.
  9. JaimeB's Avatar
    @ hirch_duckfinder

    Yes, now that you write it, I recognize the original expression. My bad; I guess my memory for idioms isn't what it used to be. Thanks for the heads up! Oops, there's no double meaning in that, is there?
  10. hirch_duckfinder's Avatar
    Grant - its not on the iplayer. Damn. How'd it go?

    Jamie - its usually "keep your pecker up" (pecker=nose, i.e. don't drop your head) or "keep a stiff upper lip" (as in dont show emotion, a quivery lip).
    Keep you pecker up could well also refer to what happens shortly after certain blue diamond shaped tablets are swallowed.
  11. JaimeB's Avatar
    Steady on, old chap! Stiff pecker and all that! I'm sure you'll do the division proud.

    BTW, "stiff pecker" has rather a different meaning in the old USA...
  12. Grant's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by mysticknot
    Gee Whiz- I can't believe that was from 20 years ago. Someone needs to republish that article again because it still applies ! Ed- I can only think of ,maybe, Elizabeth Taylor's perfumes from twenty years ago , maybe Michael Jackson's too.............
    Sadly due to copyright reasons I can't reproduce the whole thing, but I can let you know the fragrances mentioned in the article, to give you an idea of the landscape:
    • Priscilla Pr esley's Moments
    • Uninhibited by Cher
    • Deneuve
    • Elizabeth Taylor's Passion
    • Undeniable by Billy Dee Williams
    • Julio Iglesias' Only
    • Gabriela Sabatini
    • Joan Collins' Spectacular
    • Jaclyn Smith's California
    • Misha by Mikhail Baryshnikov
  13. Mimi Gardenia's Avatar
    Gee Whiz- I can't believe that was from 20 years ago. Someone needs to republish that article again because it still applies ! Ed- I can only think of ,maybe, Elizabeth Taylor's perfumes from twenty years ago , maybe Michael Jackson's too.............
  14. ECaruthers's Avatar
    Does anyone know what the celebrity fragrances were in 1990? I can't think of any now that I'd call up market.
  15. David Ruskin's Avatar
    If more was thought about the fragrance and less about the celebrity, it would be so much better. Funny that this wretched phenomenon has been endured for 20 years, and yet they are still churning them out.
  16. hirch_duckfinder's Avatar
    NIce one Grant.
    Incredible! And funny.
    I suppose they were correct that the celebrty scents have migrated downwards in their market position.
  17. Habanitta's Avatar
    Thank you and good luck with coding - whatever it means! ;)
  18. Cassius Clay's Avatar
    Does anyone know where I can find the men's cologne acqua di colonia fresca by signor fresca?
    I would really appreciate any help tracking down a bottle.
    Thank you.
  19. Pleski's Avatar
    Contentwise it's a great site. The options menu in one place (either top or side - mostly side) would assist in getting to know the navigation better, as I tend to get a bit lost.
  20. Susy's Avatar
    Are reviews written before Dec. 24th going to be posted?
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