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She’s so nice we had to see her twice.

During the Cold War, French politicians said they loved Germany so much that they were happy there was two.

 

A lot of black dyes fade brown. Something that often comes up in American Civil war discussions of the origin of butternut and the jackets of the Louisiana tigers. Whilst modern dyes fade from blue to slightly faded gray blue, the cheap Bangladeshi shirts I wear in the desert fade to a noticeable purple on the shoulders.

That would depend of the mix in the dye. When dealing with re-enactment cloth I also was surprised to see some strange things happening, I suppose some red dye had been mixed in it to strengthen the darkest side or whatever, and after washing it hard it shows.

 

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