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http://www.europe-consommateurs.eu/en/consumer-topics/buying-of-goods-and-services/sales-period-in-europe/Britain does not have a set sales period.
Don't conflate pre-sales and sample sales though. All it means is that SLP/MMM/Balmain/whatever will soon have sales and invite their good clients before everyone is informed (so before the official, fixed by law, sales period). If you're a walk-in they might like you and give you access anyway. It is at most 40%, more would be illegal. Unless you mean american sales...
I have a Vincent Van Gogh kokeshi doll at home, once of the only cutesy object I leave hanging around. Yes it is cutesy hipster semi-kitsch.
I was once told that the message my interior sent was "implicit culture", that's def not a compliment. With that said I'm in agreement, I know a perfectly happy couple that live with gf-chosen, colourful accent walls and, beside making their interior abominable, visiting them is quite an enjoyable experience. If you can live with accent walls you can accept anything in those you love.Dopey is apparently quite ok with his wife throwing away his furniture so, anything can work.
You should try jerking off under a wooden staircase.
This takes us back, doesn't it?I'm sure some random guy who used his first post to dig up a thread from 2007 and vomit is hackneyed opinion on the unsuspecting forum is going to be a great contributor.
I definitely don't hate obsessives, I know several on various topics and I guess I can be one myself. I just have a theory that hipster-artisan (let's call this foodism but it could be linked to flowers or artisan axes) culture just filled a void in American "arts of life" (America was not a place where these "arts" were very elevated although I do enjoy some low brow local traditions myself i.e. apple pie, tough work wear etc.) and comes with a slew of bad consequences...
I'm currently in Marrakech, Moroccan tea is quite basic (a mix of chinese green tea + fresh mint leaves + sugar and sometimes some regional variants with add-ons) and there is a man I know that, indeed, prepares it much better than anywhere else I've drank it. He didn't wait until it was instagrammable to like it and won't stop next year to move on to artisan cheese. I sometimes bring tea back from my travels and generally enjoy drinking them. I don't think I've even felt...
It was apparently worth a lot of opium. Tea is a real tradition but so is food, chocolate, whatever. That's why I don't need to obsess over it, I can just go to the nearest "good" tea shop and the tea will be good. The hipster food revival movement and its hype cycle make people take plane to eat cupcakes one year and drink coffee the next. It's just food, relax. The good side of this is that it brought plenty of producers/goods where almost none existed but the...
Has a lot of life left: nice if it's one of my own garments but wouldn't wear it if it was free if it belongs to someone else.
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