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Old 06-15-2016, 05:36 AM
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Barnett was quite a common Anglicised name among Jews in the East End.
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http://monologues.co.uk/musichall/So...by-Genteel.htm
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Barnett was quite a common Anglicised name among Jews in the East End.
Missed the point.

Cheers and thanks for the input. Really.
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Can identify with that.

Abelard shirts,John Karindonous boots,Conte de Roma suits,designer ties,etc.
Picked up a strep infection in November 1982. Meh.

Just plain shabby these days.....captain tracky daks
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There's a book written originally in 1840 called "a shabby genteel story"
If anyone feels inclined you can purchase a copy for as little as 1p
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/081...2IL&ref=plSrch
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by a member of the Frankenstein family.
Resisting urge to retort "That's Franken-STEENE!" ala Young Frankenstein-- oh wait, I didn't, did I... ?
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I sometimes see elderly people in what I am sure are their church clothes. It is pretty apparent that they have worn the same outfit for many years, i.e., out of style and in not so great condition. Shabby genteel would describe it.

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I sometimes see elderly people in what I am sure are their church clothes. It is pretty apparent that they have worn the same outfit for many years, i.e., out of style and in not so great condition. Shabby genteel would describe it.

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Sunday best that isnt too good anymore.
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Can identify with that.

Abelard shirts,John Karindonous boots,Conte de Roma suits,designer ties,etc.
Picked up a strep infection in November 1982. Meh.

Just plain shabby these days.....captain tracky daks
I still wear boots to work that Mrs Kanandonis sold me about 20 years ago.
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Sounds like GUT's long lost relative
Or more to the point like Gut today.
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