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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    I'm looking for designs for this summer's peg aprons.

    I want two versions.

    Firstly, a home apron - high capacity, hard wearing and robust for no-nonsense, every day use, but still with a hint of "je ne sais quoi".

    And an away apron to be worn when pegging at other caravans, on holiday in Ireland or when visitors come round, like the police or social services.

    The design should capture the essence of the woman who is fun and carefree, maybe even frivolous, yet discrete and sophisticated with a powerful underlying sexiness.

    Last year's style was popular but, as you can see, there was no pocket for spoon and lighter.

    You're dafter than I am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    I'm looking for designs for this summer's peg aprons.

    I want two versions.

    Firstly, a home apron - high capacity, hard wearing and robust for no-nonsense, every day use, but still with a hint of "je ne sais quoi".

    And an away apron, to be worn when pegging at other caravans, when on holiday in Ireland or when visitors come round, like the police or social services.

    The design should capture the essence of the woman who is fun and carefree, maybe even frivolous, yet discrete and sophisticated with a powerful underlying sexiness.

    Last year's style was popular but, as you can see, there was no pocket for spoon and lighter.

    I cant believe I hadn't thought of getting one of these. Its an absolute bugger trying to count and hand out pegs to customers with a pig under my arm. I wouldn't be using it for the pegs though, that looks big enough to fit the pig into.

    Another poster mentioned there is no attachment for lighter and spoon .... can I suggest something like those things you can hang over the arm of the couch for the TV remote controls ... you could sew it to the front and have enough pockets for lighter, spoon and in the case of my brother/uncle the 4 mobile phones he uses for his non peg selling enterprises.

    Are there Burberry and camouflage versions ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NAE NOOKIE View Post
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    I cant believe I hadn't thought of getting one of these. Its an absolute bugger trying to count and hand out pegs to customers with a pig under my arm. I wouldn't be using it for the pegs though, that looks big enough to fit the pig into.

    Another poster mentioned there is no attachment for lighter and spoon .... can I suggest something like those things you can hang over the arm of the couch for the TV remote controls ... you could sew it to the front and have enough pockets for lighter, spoon and in the case of my brother/uncle the 4 mobile phones he uses for his non peg selling enterprises.

    Are there Burberry and camouflage versions ?
    Sounds to me like what you also need is a pig bag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    At the risk of taking this in a completely different direction, didn't Happy Howden get a good pegging in the Acid House?



    Or is that just me?
    I think a few folk on this thread have used 'pegging' to mean something to do with pegs - but we know differently Doreen.

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    Do you think Potters Potterers have any chance pegging back the 12 points

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    Last year's style was popular but, as you can see, there was no pocket for spoon and lighter.

    Ach, are ye sure that's no yin o' they pouch things ye can stick the bairn in while yer havin a fag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arch Stanton View Post
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    Ach, are ye sure that's no yin o' they pouch things ye can stick the bairn in while yer havin a fag?
    Don't try to tell me this doesn't get your juices flowing.

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    Lmao

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    I save them up and take the springs to the scrapy and sell the wooden bits round the doors for firewood. Sometimes keep a few for peg guns.

    I chuck the plastic bits in the river

    The plastic bits in the river, thatís the best so far mate and thereís been some crackers.

    Youíve won a virtual bit - peg for that

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    Sounds to me like what you also need is a pig bag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by southsider View Post
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    Pappa,s got one. And its new.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    Don't try to tell me this doesn't get your juices flowing.

    Pwhoaaaaaaar!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    Don't try to tell me this doesn't get your juices flowing.

    A pinny for your thoughts

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    A pinny for your thoughts
    It's getting HOT in here..

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    A pinny for your thoughts
    That's the peg bag equivalent of a push up babydoll from La Senza, I'll have you know.

    It comes with a choice of velcro fastening for easy access or ties for those who need (or appreciate) a bit of restraint.
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