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Old Coot picture?

Posted by Kathy_sw_va_mts (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 25, 04 at 14:47

Does anyone have a site where I could find this? It seemed like an easy thing but I have wasted a lot of time looking for this. thanks


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RE: Old Coot picture?

Are you looking for an actual photo, with background, or clipart? Black and white or color?

By 'old coot' I'm imagining an elderly man, bant over a cane... is that what you had in mind?


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RE: Old Coot picture?

Clipart, old guy, black and white. Like someone who would bore you to death talking and never be aware of it. The manager of my gym is so sweet and courteous, that ole guys will come in and talk and talk and talk. We want to make her a shirt with a small pic that says "ole coot magnet"


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RE: Old Coot picture?

Some other words you might search for are...
geezer
oldtimer
elder (or elderly)
hayseed
codger
gramps
grandfather
senior citizen

Just depends on how the picture is filed.


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RE: Old Coot picture?

Kathy, did you find one yet? I have one I have used if you would like it. Let me know and I'll post it.
Carol


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RE: Old Coot picture?

I was not happy with the one I found, would much appreciate the use of yours.

Thanks


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RE: Old Coot picture?

Here ya go! He originally had a bowling ball in his hand and was in color, I still have that and also the psp file if you would like to work with it. I believe I got it from one of the news groups.
Carol


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RE: Old Coot picture?

This is what I think of when I hear "Old Coot"...


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RE: another Old Coot picture

I just re-read your initial post and think his guy might be more like what you're looking for...


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RE: Old Coot at the gym


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