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Started by sdiver68, January 31, 2003, 07:00:21 AM

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sdiver68

Since I didn't receive my Banquet invite, I have no idea what type of event this banquet is,  as in what to wear.  My date has made it my duty to find out today  :-[, so I figured there could be no better source than the beloved women on this board :)

If I asked the guys, I'm sure there would be some who would vote for leathers so we can recognize each other LOL.
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KBOlsen

Business casual, like a "Friday night out after work"?
CCS AM 815... or was that 158?

Jeff

QuoteBusiness casual, like a "Friday night out after work"?

As long as your business isn't exotic dancing  :o
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In the past years it has been everything from tuxes to grunge. My advice? Dress nice, be yourself, and have fun. It's not the Oscars but it's not a hoe down either.
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KBOlsen

Jeff... that would be a very, very scary sight.


I'm thinking a nice sweater and dress pants or a skirt.
CCS AM 815... or was that 158?

Chef

#6
QuoteI'm thinking a nice sweater and dress pants or a skirt.

K-B,
 i dont think steve is going to wear a skirt,
and theres absolutely NO way im gonna be talked into somethin like that again (oops!!)
 ;D




-disclaimer-
it's a joke, ike has not ever worn a skirt.
thank you (if you laughed)
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sdiver68

Ike,

It was a Kilt, not a skirt!  I swear :D
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Chef

#8
yeah, yeah...what steve said ...............


Here is a little humor:       { just a joke }    
 
 Four men  -  an East Indian, a Japanese, a Black man, and a white
 man-gathered  at the top of a 30-story building.
 
 The East Indian said, "This is for my people," and jumped off.
 
 The Japanese said, "This is for my people," and jumped off.
 
 The Black man said, "This is for my people," and pushed the white man
 off.
 
                       What Cha
 :o         :o          :o  


ooooohhh drty !!!
40. Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate, but powerful beyond measure. We were all meant to shine, as children do. When our light shines, we liberate others.

TZDeSioux

Quoteyeah, yeah...what steve said ...............


Here is a little humor:       { just a joke }    
 
 Four men  -  an East Indian, a Japanese, a Black man, and a white
 man-gathered  at the top of a 30-story building.
 
 The East Indian said, "This is for my people," and jumped off.
 
 The Japanese said, "This is for my people," and jumped off.
 
 The Black man said, "This is for my people," and pushed the white man
 off.
 
                       What Cha
 :o         :o          :o    

 ;D ;D bwahahahah funny :)

Chef

KwakMaster,
 what's
    Efil4ruetama  ???
40. Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate, but powerful beyond measure. We were all meant to shine, as children do. When our light shines, we liberate others.

TZDeSioux

QuoteKwakMaster,
 what's
    Efil4ruetama  ???

Read it backwards my brotha!  ;D