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Thanks Sue :)

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Thanks for coming up with a theme so quickly sublimity!

I have a question: as you know, delicacy also means a luxury or unusual food, such as caviar. Are you saying we are NOT allowed to include photos of such items?

If so, would it be better to rename the theme to 'delicate' because it is closer to your desired submissions?

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It was in the morning, my head wasn't spinning :D

Yes, "delicate" would be a lot better! Food and such are not allowed.

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aaw man i still don't fully get it.

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Hi eagle1337, another meaning for delicate is fragile, although my own understanding of delicate is that it more refers to things that are natural or beautiful in some way, like a small flower as oppose to a wine glass, which is fragile.


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