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Pantyhose is an American English word - in England we say tights. One pair of tights, two pairs of tights, a shelf full of tights.

Pantyhose and tights aren't the same thing in my world. Pantyhose, a.k.a. nylons, are sheer, come in colors such as ... Tights are thicker often cotton or wool and keep one's legs warm when one is wearing a skirt.

Never taught, but I naturally keep this distinction between pantyhose and tights too. I wouldn't call a pair of pantyhose tights or vise versa because of that. What's everyone else's opinion?
Pantyhose and tights aren't the same thing in my world. ... keep one's legs warm when one is wearing a skirt.

Never taught, but I naturally keep this distinction between pantyhose and tights too. I wouldn't call a pair of pantyhose tights or vise versa because of that. What's everyone else's opinion?

Good advise for the American market.
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Never taught, but I naturally keep this distinction between pantyhose ... or vise versa because of that. What's everyone else's opinion?

Good advise for the American market.

Oy!

Skitt (in Hayward, California)
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"Rush" wrote Good advise for the American market.

Oy!

Who are you oying?
I was voicelessly oying the OP.
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Oy!

Who are you oying? I was voicelessly oying the OP.

I was oying your "advise", the noun.

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Who are you oying? I was voicelessly oying the OP.

I was oying your "advise", the noun.

He did it on purpose, Skitt. See Rush's post previous to his. (1)

Can I say I'm getting weary of "Oy"s? I knew when I saw that "advise" that the next post was going to be one. Any chance we can get back to reading for content?
(1) That's a default "he" I don't remember that mUslKa has said much about himself/herself.

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I was oying your "advise", the noun.

He did it on purpose, Skitt. See Rush's post previous to his. (1) Can I say I'm getting weary of ... to reading for content? (1) That's a default "he" I don't remember that mUslKa has said much about himself/herself.

Oops. Sorry.

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Ach! Whom..
I was oying your "advise", the noun.

He did it on purpose, Skitt. See Rush's post previous to his. (1) Can I say I'm getting weary of "Oy"s?

Ach! May I say..
I knew when I saw that "advise" that the next post was going to be one. Any chance we can get back to reading for content? (1) That's a default "he" I don't remember that mUslKa

Ach! mUs1Ka is spelled with a "one" , not an "el" .
has said much about himself/herself.

"mUs1Ka" is definitely female.
Hi, Donna!

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Who are you oying? I was voicelessly oying the OP.

I was oying your "advise", the noun.

And now you have cut the bit that made me choose to use the noun. m.
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