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This isn't going to start a "pen porn" thread, is it?
Quote: Originally Posted by Aluan I don't think this is unreasonable. I think it could be reasonable that on a forum where we are concerned with clothing and our overall appearance, we're better looking on average. I can think of two reasons: 1) styleforum makes you more conscious of appearance and makes you able to take steps to look better, and 2) Better-looking people are more likely to want to use clothing to emphasize their good...
Quote: Originally Posted by embowafa i wouldn't say in debt. not yet, at least. I'll usually throw a bunch of "necessity" purchases on the credit card (let's be real here, it's always a necessity), pay it off and have at it again. That doesn't count the purchases I make with my discretionary income as well. For me, SF is NOT about just spending MORE money, it's about spending efficiently. For example, it would be very easy after reading...
How cheap? $15 at bed bath and beyond gets you a functional light one with an opening too small to be chuggable, but OK for pouring.
Quote: Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC So I got saffron croc instead. Sounds like a pasta topping. "I'll have the linguini with the saffron croc sauce."
Quote: Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC I can't think of anything that looks like my LV watch. photo?
These are all very nice. Why do you think they chose to make the date window background white instead of matching the rest of the watch (silver)? It would seem to me that there is excessive contrast.
Taking a cue from my avatar....Knob Creek over ice.
How about: If you are thinking of buying another watch, how many months of your current net salary are you willing to put towards it? I would say for me in the range of 1 month tops, and even that would be a stretch (qualifier: married, one kid).
See my post in the buying/selling forum for the background and more pix. Basically, it's a thrift store find (from the '80s), the consensus seems to be that it is a polyester shirt from the early '70's, possibly made by a company called Nik Nik (?).
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