.It was Joey's Post that made me remember it http://llcooljoe01.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/be-yourself-unless-it-offends-someone.html
When Margaret was visiting the other week on a blisteringly hot day we decided to drift down to the town and try out the new Costas. There are tables outside with an excellent view down the Avenue and shaded. Even so we plumped for hats - mine an old straw and Margaret's denim.
It turned out to be a most pleasant way to have a gossip, catch up, watch the passers - by with lots of additional holiday makers and test the iced lemon tea.
Later Margaret went up the hill to visit a neighbour who I didn't know.
The friend said she had spotted us at Costas.
'Did your friend have on a white layered skirt,' she asked?
'Yes,' she was told, 'why?'
'Well you just looked as if you didn't belong.'
What did she mean? Neither of us were flashing the flesh; we were comfortably dressed and thus able to keep cool in heat wave. Any idea?