Sunday, October 11, 2009

Clothes Make the Man...

And the man makes the... Oh, never mind.

To nobody's surprise, I'll be wearing the outfit that so many others have copied from me worn throughout the years...

After all, fellow babies, "Zorro" does mean "Fox" (as in "Silver..."), n'est-ce-pas?

And although -- as regular readers of this blog know -- I've been very busy lately...

...I've found time to attend the fabulous internet sensation known as the Second Annual Willow Manor Ball! (And I'll bring roses for the ladies!)

And don't complain about my attire. You should see the outfits I rejected!

Oh, and as far as that "now-you-see-it-now-you-don't" mustache of mine... Hey grant me some poetic license here, okay?

Thanks for your time!

18 comments:

  1. I think Cammie liked seeing you model that outfit. She didn't take her eyes off of you on that entire plane trip. I'm glad you were there to cushion her, when Tom Cruise decided to fly the plane, and took us into a barrel roll... Oh, I'm glad you were also able to bring your beloved 1963 Corvette Singray on board.

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  2. Well, in case any of the ladies want some "private time," but don't want to ride on Toronado -- Toronado's my horse, get your mind out of the gutter! -- the Corvette should come in handy!

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  3. excellent choice! i am sure the ladies will swoon at the roses....i mean your style...lol.

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  4. Brian: Can't wait to see what you'll be wearing!

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  5. I'll make sure ceiling fans are pointed in your general direction, so your cape will have a romantic flourish, for your grand entrance into Willow Manor.

    (make sure a rose is held tightly in your teeth for the paparazzi)

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  6. Just take it easy on the George Hamilton spray tan!

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  7. When I Was A Kid I Had A "Zorro Sword" It had a lump of chalk at its tip.I went around writing "Z's" everywhere.Which was doubly cool given my surname (Zimnoch)!

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  8. Wilow: You are too kind. What a great hostess, and the ball has yet to begin!

    Megan: You're approval is greatly appreciated.

    Baino: No spray tan for me, never fear.

    Tony: I was born in 1956, so the Disney Zorro was "my" Zorro while growing up. After reaching adulthood, I delved into the past, and now I pretty much like all of 'em!

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  9. AAARGH! Typos! One "L' in "Willow," "you're" instead of "your"... That'll teach me to write in a rush!

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  10. LOL,allright!Can't wait to read all of you guys tomorrow!Should be fun!

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  11. Oh! you look so dashing, please save a dance for me, my dance card is very full but I can always remove a couple of dodgy looking gentlemen? do you have an eraser handy? don't forget to check my write-up on www.susiehemingway.com. Oh! it does all look such fun!looking forward to meeting you Mr Fox esq.

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  12. Zorro! The ladies are swooning! There have been all kinds of whispers in the ladies room when I've taken a powder. Make sure you stick around a while after brunch...there are a few more that want a dance with you...especially me! ;)

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  13. You looked smashing. Just loved the hat. And thank you for the beautiful rose.

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  14. I loved watching Zorro as a child in the 50s, and here you are with your very own blog. I must visit more often.

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  15. May I just say that I am so glad you decided against wearing the ball fringe? You were stunning.

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  16. Roses for all, and next year, I'll bring chocolate, too!

    And no ball-fringed hat, I promise!

    Glad you all... errr... "responded" so well to my attire!

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