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One of these strangers had a necklace of shells, very prettily made, and a bracelet upon his arm, formed of several strings, so as to resemble what in England is called gymp: Both of them had a piece of bark tied over the forehead, and were disfigured by the bone in the nose.
The first of the above full-lengths represents a dress composed of a pale sea-green satin; the sides of the front decorated with _bouffants_ or fullings of white _tulle_, formed in rows of three; at the top of each third fulling is a narrow border of green cord, forming a kind of gymp; these fullings reach up to each side of the point of the waist; low pointed corsage, the centre of which is trimmed to match the _jupe_; a small round cape encircles the top part of the corsage, descending halfway down each side of the front, trimmed with fullings of white
Richard I bet ur wife is a stinker on her rags…… you gymp.
'Hair the color of a cock-canary,' thrusting his fingers through his own coal-black ringlets; 'with light blue eyes, Sir, trimmed with pink gymp.
Found leopard print beads and this super amazing retro gymp (gimp? you know that plastic string?) that makes me think of being 12 again. not that i really need to be reminded of what it was like to be 12. according to the guy who sells me my smokes, i look 17. can that continue to be a good thing when i am pushing 27? still having a bit of writer's block ickiness. write whatcha know, write whatcha know. what do i know, what do i know? xx mariko prev - next