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Old 09-26-2018, 09:19 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Joe's Dad View Post
I try to be politically correct, also.

I use the description, 'complexion challenged'.
Joe’s dad. I like you. That makes two people I have said that to. The other is my wife’s retina specialist at Vanderbuilt Eye Institute. He is a very business-like Korean by heritage. I like your “complexion challenged”. Hope you don’ t mind if I stick with my pigment challenged. Also I suffer from the disorder that woman drums do not have to worry about but Europeans suffer. That is follicularly challenged. I understand that the creator blessed the Native with Hair that lasted as long as he did.
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