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All of this asskissery of Androfan is unseemly. Someone call him gay.
What a joy this has been! Drama queens getting bent out of shape, bigots not understanding why people might find what they say offensive and exclusionary, a healthy dose of misogyny, white knights defending the female, and the sensitive buttercup brigade in an uproar over a word. To top it all off, we had an implied threat of violence in the form of a shooting should these insults be offered up face to face. It is almost, but not quite, like being on USENET back in the...
I'm always fascinated when they Teach Us About Love based on their current relationship, but after their 3rd divorce due to infidelity.
One use for shirts with a nice pattern is to re-purpose them into pocket squares. Not as stiff as linen or as poofy as silk but my wife made a couple into some decent squares for use in the summer. Depends on the pattern of course.
It was for prom, but not a tux...he just put together a bizarre amalgam of MC, SW&D and Assistant Manager at Staples pieces and it was pointed out to him. He was not pleased.
Fucking win.I gotta stop posting after I take Ambien. Not that I have any issues with my post, just that I have zero recollection of having made it. Nevertheless, I appreciate the answers. I was just curious if it ever crosses your minds.Also, to Concealed, the answer is yes. I pass on tons of stuff that I find ugly or distasteful regardless of the brand. However, I dont rely on flipping income in any way so I understand that makes me an outlier of sorts on this thread.
I'm not talking about the relative "dating" of the object, as measured by width of the blade for example. I mean the tie is ugly. Colors are garish and discordant. The pattern is nausea-inducing. We've all seen those ties made by makers that typically flip. And it doesn't have to be ties. If you found a Kiton suit with horizontal pinstripes, would you flip it because it was a Kiton even though the buyer would likely look like the the Michelin man?
The signal to noise ratio is way out of whack now. All threads take tangents but the tangents here are exacerbated by noobs posting junk, experienced members who should know better posting junk and then the interesting finds getting lost in the shuffle.It remind me of a philosophical question that this thread raises. If you read any other the other threads on SF, a common theme is the lament that men don't dress well as a rule these days. Business casual, poorly fitting...
Is someone here lowcountrybluesshooter? If so please to PM me. Thanks.
The lesser known Peter struggled under his brother's shadow, so he moved to Thailand to sell his wares.
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