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Why would anyone but a Jewish person own one and why would you care?. Not starting trouble here just curious.
Ah, two questions.
1. I went to a Jewish funeral in New York a few years back (old money, real estate and retail...Rudy G. even came and eulogized) and all males entering the temple were given a black one to wear (and keep) so I still have it. Same for the blue one except it was for a wedding. I just noticed the bride and groom's names were embossed inside.
Like the amusement ride with the sign that says "You must be THIS tall" to ride, it seemed to be a requirement. Perhaps it was just a way to honor the person's belief...I dunno.
2. As I stated, I was just wondering. As the years pass, I find my wardrobe acquiring things I would never have thought I would own, much less wear! For instance, I have a tux now...not to mention more cufflinks than any other point in my lifetime.

Just wanted to know if anyone else had such things finding their way into the miscellaneous drawer in their dresser.

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Ah, two questions.

2. As I stated, I was just wondering. As the years pass, I find my wardrobe acquiring things I would never have thought I would own, much less wear!
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Just wanted to know if anyone else had such things finding their way into the miscellaneous drawer in their dresser.
Still don't have any handcuffs!

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Just wanted to know if anyone else had such things finding their way into the miscellaneous drawer in their dresser.
I would imagine that DR probably still has a pair of Danger Mouse Wellingtons he just can't bear to part with.
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Ah, two questions.
1. I went to a Jewish funeral in New York a few years back (old money, real estate and retail...Rudy G. even came and eulogized) and all males entering the temple were given a black one to wear (and keep) so I still have it. Same for the blue one except it was for a wedding. I just noticed the bride and groom's names were embossed inside.
Like the amusement ride with the sign that says "You must be THIS tall" to ride, it seemed to be a requirement. Perhaps it was just a way to honor the person's belief...I dunno.
2. As I stated, I was just wondering. As the years pass, I find my wardrobe acquiring things I would never have thought I would own, much less wear! For instance, I have a tux now...not to mention more cufflinks than any other point in my lifetime.

Just wanted to know if anyone else had such things finding their way into the miscellaneous drawer in their dresser.
I've got ties comming out my ears, it's crazy.
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I'm not Jewish, and I don't know what a "yarmulke" is, but I've picked up a few yamakas over the years at freinds weddings, etc..

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I would imagine that DR probably still has a pair of Danger Mouse Wellingtons he just can't bear to part with.
I can't remember what DM wears. DR has these though, they are obligatory!
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^^^^^^

So where do Wellington's come into Danger Mouse? I'm confused now.
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So where do Wellington's come into Danger Mouse? I'm confused now.
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DangerMouse, for those of you who DON'T know, is a cartoon superhero created in England By Cosgrove/Hall Productions Limited. The DangerMouse episodes we have all come to know and love first aired in 1981. Since then it has built an audience over 6 Million strong! For 2 years, beginning in June of 1984, he started entertaining millions more in the US on the Nickelodeon channel in the afternoons...where almost overnight he shot into their highest ratings.

In England, 3 videos were created and began selling strongly with the 3rd shooting instantly into the #3 slot on release. There were also over 200 different items of DM merchandise available in England, from books to mugs to soap- and even Wellington boots!

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