How to tie a bow tie.

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+17 1. millybert69 commented 12 years ago

3 ways to get around this
1 buy a proper tie
2 get your mum to do it no matter how old you are lol
3 if either of the 2 above fail buy a clip on dicky bow tie
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+15 2. Watchman commented 12 years ago

Bow ties are cool!
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+17 3. AL7AIR commented 12 years ago

Whoever downvoted #2, which I just nutralized to 0, needs to see the Doctor!

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+11 4. sartre commented 12 years ago

The US comedienne Joan Rivers once said "If men are so smart, how come they put a little noose around their necks before going to work?". I stopped wearing ties there and then.
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+1 5. Watchman commented 12 years ago

I'll give you a positive vote there as well AL7AIT, we Doctor fans have to stick together!
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+7 6. Benassi-MBeon commented 12 years ago

This is called a fly in swedish :D
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+2 7. manxman commented 12 years ago

at #3 Doctor Who? ;)
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-3 8. millybert69 commented 12 years ago

this is called FLUGA in swedish not fly it
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+5 9. narf commented 12 years ago

#6 in german too :)
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+4 10. Jabafara commented 12 years ago

#6 & #9 Really? Have studiet both of your languages but this is the first time I hear about this. Cool. ;)

In Finnish it's called "kissimirri" - translated as a pussycat :D