Undressing (in Contests)


Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 19 2006 8:10 AM EST

The guess what i undress first contest.

The problem; most people undress before going to bed, but they dont all use the same strategy of undressing.
Your task is to find out how i undress.

The basic rules; you can only post two (2) guesses in this forum trying to figur out how i undress. (To keep things fair)

What is there to be won? The fabulous price of all i can forge in one day (thats around 250k-300k nw increase)

What im wearing at the moment
one Vest
one T-shirt
one Jeans
one pair of Socks
one pair of shoes
one Watch
one Underwear (but im leaving this on)

Side note: there is a left shoe/sock and right shoe/sock. Take this into account when you answer. Im keeping the underwear on.

Good luck

IndependenZ December 19 2006 8:13 AM EST

In chronological order, you take off:

One right shoe.
One right sock.
One left shoe.
One pair of jeans.
One vest.
One T-shirt.
One left sock.
One watch.

Am I right?

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 19 2006 8:14 AM EST

Nada you are wrong!!!!!
Only 1 guess for you :)

Angel of Death [Hell Blenders] December 19 2006 8:15 AM EST

One right shoe.
One left shoe.
One right sock.
One left sock
One pair of jeans.
One vest.
One T-shirt.
One watch.

Miandrital December 19 2006 8:19 AM EST

One left shoe
One right shoe
One left sock
One right sock
One Vest
One t-shirt
one watch
one jeans

QBJohnnywas December 19 2006 8:20 AM EST

watch
right shoe
left shoe
t-shirt
vest
right sock
left sock
jeans

IndependenZ December 19 2006 8:21 AM EST

Here goes nothing:

One watch.
One vest.
One right shoe.
One left shoe.
One T-shirt.
One pair of jeans.
One left sock.
One right sock.

This has got to be it!

QBBarzooMonkey December 19 2006 9:06 AM EST

First, you begin to take off your watch, while at the same time you are kicking off your left shoe with your right foot (right toes to left heel, downward motion).
As you set you watch on the dresser, you are doing the same with your right shoe (left big toe, right heel).
Next comes the vest.
Then you sit on the edge of the bed, and start taking off the jeans. As you get them down to your ankles, you grab the left sock and pull it off along with the jeans. Then you pull off the right sock.
Then you stand up, pull off the T-shirt, toss it on the pile with the jeans and socks, and go to bed.

Howzat? :P

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 19 2006 9:12 AM EST

im sorry guys none of you has it right at present. But i see some parts that are correct!
Keep on guessing!

WhereTheWindBlows December 19 2006 9:19 AM EST

one Watch
one left shoe
one right shoe
one right sock
one left sock
one Vest
one T-shirt
one Jeans

AdminShade December 19 2006 9:21 AM EST

There are 8 'parts' of clothes which you will take off, this makes a whole lot of possiblities...

only things that people know for sure, are that you (should) take off your socks after your shoes, but even that can be done in 6+ different ways...

combine this with the possibility of taking your jeans off while still wearing your socks, and you get 10+ possibilities from it... 2 guesses aren't quite enough I think...



Anyway:

You could take off your vest first,
Then you could take off the watch, handier without long sleeves,
Then your left and then right shoe can go,
After which your Jeans can be removed,
Which will be followed by your left and right socks.

Then you have a T-shirt still left on which will be taken off last, can't let you get cold now can we?

QBJohnnywas December 19 2006 9:22 AM EST

One watch
One right shoe.
Fall asleep.

After a day of CB you're too tired to take the rest off.

Gandalf December 19 2006 9:33 AM EST

hmmm well....
right shoe
right sock
left shoe
left sock
tea shirt
watch
jeans
vest.
thats my try. =D

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] December 19 2006 9:33 AM EST

Right Shoe
Left Shoe
T-Shirt
Vest
Jeans
Right Sock
Left Sock
Watch.

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] December 19 2006 9:35 AM EST

Watch
Right Shoe
Left Shoe
T-Shirt
Vest
Jeans
Right Sock
Left Sock

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 19 2006 10:16 AM EST

but you learn from each wrong guess.
Owke everyone gets 4 guesses.
As I see it most of you start with the shoes.
Which is correct.
But none has correct at the moment :)
Play on.

Wasp [Demon Forging] December 19 2006 10:30 AM EST

Left Shoe
Right Shoe
left Sock
right sock
jeans
vest
t-shirt
watch

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] December 19 2006 10:30 AM EST

Right Shoe
Left Shoe
Jeans
T-Shirt
Vest
Watch
Right Sock
Left Sock

Right Shoe
Left Shoe
T-Shirt
Vest
Watch
Jeans
Right Sock
Left Sock

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 19 2006 12:43 PM EST

no sorry still no winners.

Gandalf December 19 2006 12:54 PM EST

left shoe
right shoe
watch
t shirt
right sock
left sock
jeans
vest

QBOddBird December 19 2006 12:58 PM EST

Guess 1:

Right shoe
Right sock
Left shoe
Left sock
Watch
Vest
T-shirt
Jeans

Guess 2:

Left shoe
Left sock
Right shoe
Right sock
Watch
Vest
T-shirt
Jeans

Guess 3:

Right shoe
Right sock
Left shoe
Left sock
Vest
Watch
T-shirt
Jeans

Guess 4:

Left shoe
Left sock
Right shoe
Right sock
Vest
Watch
T-shirt
Jeans

I'll bet I win. Yarharhar!

Gandalf December 19 2006 1:04 PM EST

right shoe
watch
left shoe
jeans
right sock
left sock
t shirt
vest.

that my third guess and a really stupid one at that lol. =p

Zoglog[T] [big bucks] December 19 2006 1:23 PM EST

Left Shoe
Right Shoe
T-Shirt
Jeans
Right Sock
Left Sock
Vest
Watch

Right Shoe
Left Shoe
T-Shirt
Jeans
Left Sock
Right Sock
Vest
Watch

Left Shoe
Right Shoe
Jeans
T-Shirt
Right Sock
Left Sock
Vest
Watch

Right Shoe
Left Shoe
Jeans
T-Shirt
Left Sock
Right Sock
Vest
Watch

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 19 2006 2:04 PM EST

nope nope

Helldude December 19 2006 2:14 PM EST

left shoe
right shoe
jeans
t-shirt
left sock
right sock
vest
watch ?

left shoe
right shoe
left sock
right sock
jeans
t-shirt
vest
watch ?

left shoe
right shoe
t-shirt
vest
jeans
left sock
right sock
watch ?

Before I make my last guess, are you left or right-handed?

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 19 2006 2:17 PM EST

right handed and your guesses are wrong

Halcyon December 19 2006 2:18 PM EST

Guess 1:

Vest
right shoe
left shoe
left sock
right sock
t shirt
jeans
watch

IndependenZ December 19 2006 2:37 PM EST

Here's my third guess:

One left sock.
One T-shirt.
One right sock.
One pair of jeans.
One vest.
One watch.
One right shoe.
One left shoe.

This has got to be it!

Angel of Death [Hell Blenders] December 19 2006 2:37 PM EST

right shoe
left shoe
vest
watch
right sock
left sock
jeans
vest
then i would say underwear but you keeping that on

Gandalf December 19 2006 3:09 PM EST

right shoe
right sock
left shoe
left sock
watch
T shirt
jeans
vest.
thats my 4th could be same as somebode elses but hey. lol

kx5 [The Lotus Cross] December 19 2006 3:24 PM EST

Here goes nothing...

guess 1:

left shoe
right shoe
vest
jeans
left sock
right sock
t-shirt
watch

guess 2:

left shoe
right shoe
left sock
right sock
vest
jeans
t-shirt
watch

guess 3:

left shoe
right shoe
vest
jeans
watch
left sock
right sock
t-shirt

guess 4:

right shoe
left shoe
vest
jeans
right sock
left sock
watch
t-shirt

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 19 2006 5:03 PM EST

all wrong but i have to say one guess of kx5 was close

The Cornerback23 December 19 2006 5:17 PM EST

1) Right shoe, Left shoe, watch, vest, shirt, jeans, right sock, left sock.

2) Left shoe, right shoe, watch, vest, shirt, jeans, left sock, right sock

3) Right shoe, Left shoe, vest, watch, shirt, right sock, left sock, pants

4) Left shoe, right shoe, vest, watch, left sock, right sock, shirt pants

Angel of Death [Hell Blenders] December 19 2006 5:17 PM EST

guess 3:

left shoe
right shoe
vest
watch
jeans
t-shirt
left sock
right sock

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 19 2006 5:25 PM EST

nope wrong, i will be giving hints tomorrow!

kx5 [The Lotus Cross] December 19 2006 5:55 PM EST

all wrong but i have to say one guess of kx5 was close~Henk Bres

Someone try my last guess, except with the right/left reversed!

th00p December 19 2006 6:21 PM EST

8 choices in order results in: 40,320 possible choices.

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 19 2006 6:27 PM EST

not really thoop,
you cant take of socks before shoes.
Or the t-shirt before the vest.

th00p December 19 2006 6:36 PM EST

You obviously haven't tried hard enough =P

Desperado [Chaotic Serenity] December 19 2006 6:54 PM EST

You havent seen Zoolander yet lol.

Zoglog[T] [big bucks] December 19 2006 7:05 PM EST

And that is where you confuse us who actually speak real English.
To some of us you can't take off a vest before your t-shirt (easily anyway).
In England a vest is worn beneath a t-shirt >.<

Slashundhack [We Forge Our Own Stuff] December 19 2006 11:18 PM EST

To me a vest is a little coat with no arms and goes over a shirt .I suppose a dutch vest could be a hat or something though?

Zoglog[T] [big bucks] December 19 2006 11:24 PM EST

A vest in England is similar to a t-shirt but has no arms to it and is usually of a mesh-like form. They are worn beneath both t-shirts and jumpers on cold days, or on their own on really hot days.
They are pretty out of fashion in general now but thy are still there, the item you describe as a vest is simply a sleeveless jumper to us.

Yukk December 19 2006 11:36 PM EST

Well, what do you call the third part of a 3-piece suit then ?
The sleeveless bit that goes under the jacket but over the shirt ?

Drack December 19 2006 11:43 PM EST

Guess 1

right shoe
left shoe
vest
jeans
right sock
left sock
t-shirt
watch

Guess 2

left shoe
right shoe
vest
jeans
left sock
right sock
t-shirt
watch

Guess 3

right shoe
left shoe
vest
right sock
left sock
jeans
t-shirt
watch

Guess 4

left shoe
right shoe
vest
left sock
right sock
jeans
t-shirt
watch

Zoglog[T] [big bucks] December 19 2006 11:49 PM EST

There are 3 types if you want to be like that.
Underwear (main one)
The three-piece suit one (although who chooses that when you can just have a shirt and jacket?)
and a flourescant safety one

That woolly thing you wear on top to keep warm is still a jumper. The cotton thing beneath is the vest and unless Henk works in construction or as a best man daily then I can safely say that in England he wouldn't be removing a vest before his t-shirt everyday.

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 20 2006 3:12 AM EST

i see there is some confusing about the word vest.
What i mean with it is indeed a wooly thing with long sleeves that is worn above the T-shirt.
So its a called a jumper?
Didnt know that with that in mind everyone gets one guess more then.

Hint: start with the left shoe end with the watch

TheHatchetman December 20 2006 3:17 AM EST

Guess 1:
Left shoe
Right shoe
Left sock
Right sock
Vest
T-Shirt
Jeans
Watch


Guess 2:
Left shoe
Right shoe
Right sock
Left sock
Vest
T-Shirt
Jeans
Watch


Guess 3:
Left shoe
Right shoe
Left sock
Right sock
Vest
Jeans
T-Shirt
Watch


Guess 4:
Left shoe
Right shoe
Right sock
Left sock
Vest
Jeans
T-Shirt
Watch

kx5 [The Lotus Cross] December 20 2006 3:35 AM EST


guess 5:

left shoe
right shoe
jeans
vest
left sock
right sock
t-shirt
watch

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] December 20 2006 3:48 AM EST

"Or the t-shirt before the vest."

Ah. Oh well then. That's why I could never have won. Zog explained it nicely. ;)

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] December 20 2006 3:51 AM EST

Thanks for the extra guess though! ;)

"Well, what do you call the third part of a 3-piece suit then ?
The sleeveless bit that goes under the jacket but over the shirt ?"

Waistcoat. The sleeveless little jacket type of thing. That snooker players wear. Sometimes have a patterned back. And maybe even a pocketwatch on a chain. ;)

Have you guys never heard of the Kanagroo joke about wooly jumpers? ;)

Zoglog[T] [big bucks] December 20 2006 4:09 AM EST

Thanks GL, I had to give in on that because I forgot that it was a waistcoat lol.

See, us Brits never get cut any slack ;P

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] December 20 2006 4:29 AM EST

"the item you describe as a vest is simply a sleeveless jumper to us."

Commonly known to us as 'Tank Tops'. ;)

"In American English, a tank top is a sleeveless shirt-like garment that can be worn by either sex. It is often worn under the shirt as an underwear, though more colourful and well-designed tanks are usually worn as a shirt. In British English, the term vest is used, while "tank top" refers to a sleeveless pullover."

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] December 20 2006 4:31 AM EST

More info;

"A sweater (also called sweatshirt, pullover, jumper, and jersey) is a relatively heavy garment intended to cover the torso and arms of the human body (though, in some cases, sweaters are made for dogs and occasionally other animals) and typically to be worn over a shirt, blouse, T-shirt or other top. Sweaters tend to be, and in earlier times always were, made from wool (typically of sheep, though possibly of alpaca or other type); however, they can be made of cotton, synthetic fibres, or some combination thereof."

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] December 20 2006 4:33 AM EST

"A vest is a type of garment. The term has different meanings in the United Kingdom and the United States.

In the UK, a vest is an undergarment typically taking the form of a white sleeveless T-shirt (US: undershirt, though in the US most undershirts have sleeves). A common sleeveless undershirt is the A-shirt. When worn without anything on top, it may be insultingly referred to as a "wifebeater", due to a stereotype of violent men as people who sit around in their underwear drinking beer.

A variant is the string vest which is constructed from a loosely woven string mesh. The string vest in particular is seen as having comic potential and is even more strongly associated older aged working class men.

A vest may also be worn as an outer garment in sports wear, especially in athletics. Advanced sports vests are made from high-tech man-made materials designed to wick perspiration away from the body and aid cooling.

In the US, the word vest is used to mean what is referred to as a waistcoat in the UK. It is also the name given to a Kutte, which in the North Americas is known more commonly simply as a "vest". Vests are worn by both men and women.

In this context, the vest is commonly associated with outdoor activities. The padded vest is popular apparel for hunting, Commonly known as Hunting Vest. Another common variant is the fishing vest which carries a profusion of external pockets for carrying fishing tackle."

The Beer Stella Artois is also known as "Wifebeater". ;)

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] December 20 2006 4:39 AM EST

"A waistcoat (sometimes called a vest or weskit in Canada and the US) is a sleeveless upper-body garment worn over a dress shirt and necktie (if applicable) and below a coat as a part of most men's formal wear, and as the third piece of the three-piece male business suit. Once a virtually mandatory piece of men's clothing, in the English-speaking world it is rarely seen in today's world of casual dress, although it has returned to fashion as part of businesswear in Germany.

Characteristics and use
A waistcoat (as distinguished from other vests, such as the sweater-vest), has a full vertical opening in the front which fastens with buttons or snaps. It can be either single-breasted or double-breasted, regardless of the formality of the dress, but single is far more common in all cases. When part of a three-piece suit a waistcoat is cut from the same material as the jacket and trousers.

In white tie and black tie dress it normally matches the tie. However, white waistcoats are sometimes acceptable in black tie (for example, when a white jacket is worn); and waiters and other servants at white tie events sometimes wear so-called grey tie to be distinct from guests: the tailcoat of white tie with the black waistcoat and tie of black tie dress. With morning dress more variation is permitted. Less strict modern formal dress (seen at weddings) often permits colored bowties in otherwise black or white tie dress, and the waistcoat may match these as well.

Before the popularization of wristwatches, a gentleman would keep his pocket watch in the front pocket of his waistcoat, attached to one of the buttons with a watch chain and fob. This is still acceptable, though less common. It is considered bad form to wear a belt with a waistcoat; instead, one should wear braces (suspenders in the United States) underneath it.

History
The waistcoat is one of the few pieces of clothing whose origin can be precisely dated. King Charles II of Great Britain introduced the waistcoat as a part of correct dress during the Restoration of the British monarchy. Samuel Pepys, the diarist and civil servant, wrote in October 1666 that "the King hath yesterday in council declared his resolution of setting a fashion for clothes which he will never alter. It will be a vest, I know not well how". This royal decree is the first time a waistcoat is mentioned. "Vest",is thus the original term; the word "waistcoat" derives from the fact that the coat is cut at waist level, since when it was coined, men's formal coats were cut well below the waist (see frock coat or morning coat).

During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, waistcoats were often incredibly elaborate and brightly-coloured, even garish, until fashion in the nineteenth century restricted them in formal wear, and the development of the suit dictated that informal waistcoats be the same colour as the rest of a man's outfit.

The waistcoat was a required part of men's business clothing, and even casual dress, until the mid-twentieth century. Part of its popularity stemmed from the fact that it added an extra layer of warm cloth between one's body and the elements, but the strict rationing of cloth during the Second World War, the increasing popularity of pullover sweaters and other types of heavy tops, and the increasing casualness of men's clothing in general all contributed to its decline. In the United States the waistcoat began declining during the 1940s when double-brested jackets became popular and by the 1960s they became a rarity. The waistcoat remained visible in the United Kingdom until the late 1960s. During the 1970s the waistcoat once again became a popular and fashionable garment with many businessmen and youngsters wearing it along with the rest of their suits. Movies like Saturday Night Fever helped popularise the waistcoat as a fashionable piece of dresswear. By the early 1990s the waistcoat had once again dipped in popularity as double-breasted jackets made their return. Today, it is rare to see a business suit worn with a waistcoat in North America, although it is still popular among conservative-minded businessmen in the rest of the world. Some of the last professions where a waistcoat was de rigueur were banking, law, governmental agencies, and the professoriate, as a waistcoat typically added an element of maturity, stability, and gravitas to its wearer. Nowadays they may be regarded as stuffy and affectatious. Professional snooker tournaments, though, usually require that participants wear a waistcoat, in this case without a jacket.

In Germany, the waistcoat has made a surprising return to popularity since approximately 2000, in a country where casual and smart casual dress had previously come to predominate even among white collar workers. Once again a common part of business attire, many German politicians wear waistcoats, such as Left Party member Oskar Lafontaine. Many commentators see this as part of a general return to more traditional norms of dress, deportment and working patterns in the workplace, attributed to Germany's sustained period of economic uncertainty.

It used to be said that you could tell that a man was a 'real gentleman' if he left the lowest button on his waistcoat unbuttoned. This is said to be a result of the habit of King Edward VII. While he was Prince of Wales, his balloning waistline caused him to leave the bottom button of his waistcoat undone. The story goes that his subjects took this as a style indicator and started doing it themselves."

I, of course, wear my waistcoat witht he lowest button undone, and keep my pocket watch in the front pocket, attached to one of the buttons with a watch chain and fob. ;)

Angel of Death [Hell Blenders] December 20 2006 5:51 AM EST

Left shoe
Right shoe
Vest
T-Shirt
Jeans
Left sock
Right sock
Watch

or

Left shoe
Right shoe
Vest
Jeans
T-Shirt
Left sock
Right sock
Watch

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 20 2006 7:18 AM EST

nope nope still wrong these guesses

Angel of Death [Hell Blenders] December 20 2006 7:25 AM EST

Left shoe
Right shoe
Vest
Jeans
T-Shirt
Right sock
Left sock
Watch

Gandalf December 20 2006 8:29 AM EST

left shoe
left sock
vest
right shoe
right sock
jeans
t shirt
watch.
thats my 5th guess .

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] December 20 2006 8:47 AM EST

Left Shoe
Right Shoe
Jumper
T Shirt
Jeans
Left Sock
Right Sock
Watch.

That's gotta be it! ;)

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] December 20 2006 8:48 AM EST

:( AoD already posted that.. :( /sob

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 20 2006 9:14 AM EST

nope sorry still wrong.
Next hint.
GL and AoD were close.
but dont switch left and right

IndependenZ December 20 2006 9:16 AM EST

Here's my fourth try, then:

Left shoe
Right shoe
Watch
Vest
Jeans
T-Shirt
Right sock
Left sock

I have no idea whether someone has already posted this or not..

Hyrule Castle December 20 2006 9:49 AM EST

Guess one:
Left shoe
Right shoe
Vest
T-Shirt
Jeans
Right sock
Left sock
Watch

Guess two:
Left shoe
Right shoe
Jeans
Vest
T-Shirt
Right sock
Left sock
Watch

Guess 3:
Left shoe
Right shoe
Vest
T-Shirt
Jeans
left sock
Right Sock
Watch

DAWG December 20 2006 10:18 AM EST

Left Shoe
Right Shoe
Jeans
vest
T Shirt
Left Sock
Right Sock
Watch.
Left Shoe
Right Shoe
Left Sock
Right Sock
Jeans
vest
T Shirt
Watch.
Left Shoe
Right Shoe
Left Sock
Right Sock
vest
T Shirt
Jeans
Watch.
Left Shoe
Right Shoe
Left Sock
Right Sock
vest
Jeans
T Shirt
Watch.

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 20 2006 11:59 AM EST

nope none of you has it just yet,
Dawg was close. The jeans were out of place.

Zoom December 20 2006 12:11 PM EST

Left Shoe
Right Shoe
Left Sock
Right Sock
vest
T Shirt
Jeans
Watch.

Left Shoe
Right Shoe
Left Sock
Right Sock
vest
Jeans
T Shirt
Watch

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 20 2006 12:59 PM EST

owke last hint given it was dawgs first guess.

Wasp [Demon Forging] December 20 2006 1:09 PM EST

Left Shoe
Right Shoe
vest
Jeans
T Shirt
Left Sock
Right Sock
Watch.

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 20 2006 1:12 PM EST

nope wasp jeans are still in the wrong spot

Wasp [Demon Forging] December 20 2006 1:16 PM EST

Left Shoe
Right Shoe
T Shirt
vest
Jeans
Left Sock
Right Sock
Watch.

Wasp [Demon Forging] December 20 2006 1:18 PM EST

Left Shoe
Right Shoe
vest
T Shirt
Jeans
Left Sock
Right Sock
Watch.


if my last reply is wrong, it has to be this.. : )
i think

NINAbuser December 20 2006 1:24 PM EST

Guess 1
- Left Shoe
- Right Shoe
- Vest
- T-Shirt
- Right Sock
- Left Sock
- Jeans
- Watch

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 20 2006 1:27 PM EST

And NINabuser has got it!!! woohooooooo.

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 20 2006 1:27 PM EST

ow crap i miss read nope sorry this contest is not over yet!!!

Wasp [Demon Forging] December 20 2006 1:28 PM EST

- Left Shoe
- Right Shoe
- Vest
- T-Shirt
- Left Sock
- Right Sock
- Jeans
- Watch

NINAbuser December 20 2006 1:28 PM EST

Guess 2:
- Left Shoe
- Right Shoe
- Vest
- T-Shirt
- Left Sock
- Right Sock
- Jeans
- Watch

Brakke Bres [Ow man] December 20 2006 1:34 PM EST

Now its over!!!!!

As i walk to my bed, first thing i do is kick of my shoes.
Left shoe with the right foot and the right shoe with the left foot.
After im done im standing up looking in the mirror slowly taking off the vest.
Then the T-shirt.
Checking my reflection whilst undressing. (ow yeah i look good)
Then reaching for the socks left first then right.
Again checking the reflection, making some poses. (ow yeah now i even look better)
Slowly the jeans come off. Ready for bed.
Ow crap look at the time i forgot. Time to hit the sack. Taking of the watch placing it on the dressoir.

Good guessing all. I will contact Wasp soon about the details.

Slashundhack [We Forge Our Own Stuff] December 20 2006 5:18 PM EST

You do it the same way every time?Wow I don't manage to do it the same way once a week.

AdminShade December 20 2006 5:49 PM EST

I tend to undress in pretty much the same way every day also.

Godpanda December 21 2006 8:35 AM EST

Undress? People are supposed to do that? Dang it!

Thraklight Resonance December 21 2006 10:55 AM EST

Not the nudeists.

Halcyon December 22 2006 3:34 AM EST

Might I point out, WASP had 5 guesses in all? .. just saying. Others pkayed by the rules and stopped after 4 guesses.

Zoglog[T] [big bucks] December 22 2006 3:39 AM EST

You obviously didn't read the reply where Henk gave everyone an extra guess due to the Vest confusion.
Try reading a thread before making accusations.
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