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Are these even a thing anymore? by Menace Da Mack - Sun, 04 Dec 2016 17:35:59 EST ID:Nwi6ylYz No.61238 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Howdy yall' my mother just got herself a real estate license and as a sort of graduation present i figured an ascot would be a fitting gift. is it female real estate agents who wore these or am i thinking of a completly diff kind of scarf.
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Nigel Doddlepedge - Sat, 10 Dec 2016 17:40:34 EST ID:0vbQ95oP No.61241 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>61238
It's called an ascot. Other than Freddy on scooby do, nobody actually wears them unless like you mentioned you're a middle-aged business woman.
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Simon Bedgestitch - Wed, 28 Dec 2016 23:39:45 EST ID:avXG3SXl No.61265 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>61241

You're forgetting flight attendants and themed costume restaurants.
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Wesley Sackledut - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 01:50:40 EST ID:VaeO4PdK No.61271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>61238
That's super sweet, and really appropriate for someone like her. Get a light fabric and a neutral color that works well with her usual outfits.


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