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hello everyone,
as a new member I thought I might contribute by sharing a fashion tip that can help men who can walk but can't use their hands or arms : my father has been wearing a kilt for a few months and that enables him to go to the loo without having to ask for help and to be elegant in his own personal way. I hope it helps.
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I LOVE the kilt idea! Good for your dad!
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