FOR LARRY… — 4 Comments

  1. ::big smile:: Thanks, MP, that’s EXACTLY what I was talking about! Well, that and cross dressing berdaches, shaman, and priests and nuns, lots and lots of priests and nuns.

  2. Love it.

    For the benefit of those who don’t live in the UK: ‘magnolia’ is the name of the off-white paint color that is used on about 97.4 per cent of all interior walls in British homes, apartments and offices.

  3. Magnolia = Navajo White in the USA.

    Navajo White is an orangish white color, and derives its name from its similarity to the background color of the Navajo Nation flag. The name “Navajo White” is usually only used when referring to paint. From the 1970s to the 1990s it was the standard interior paint color used in most tract homes in the United States, and is still one of the most widely used today, though in recent years it has lost favor to other shades of white, grey, and pastel colors.

    We do not use any really standardized interior colors here in Mexico so there is no equivalent.