@em LOL. Well, now that the kimono is all wet we can see the gnarly dangly bits. That's dismaying. But, did anyone really expect anything different?

@em It was a euphemism for the revelation. When someone reveals something that probably was intended to remain private, sometimes you can say you got a peek under the kimono. In this case, something dismaying about Netflix, and a wet kimono would cling to everything and you'd not really see anything, but nothing is left to the imagination either, cause wet silk clings.

@Bluedepth huh, that seems like a pretty sexist euphemism!

@sturmflut @em Jack Black did a great bit on A House With A Clock In It's Walls, featuring a kimono. So... yay for movie references. :)

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