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I don't play anymore, but I always carried my own bag unless it was a tournament or qualifier and it made more sense to have a friend do it.
Elaborate, please. I am dying to understand your point.
Which is why I elaborated. I didn't feel it was proper for me to allow the wet farts of the forum to create their own history without piping in because I was, you know, there and listening.
I don't know. I think noticing shoulder discrepancies and dealing with them is part of tailoring, so it would be odd to me to do nothing about it. I guess I can't really answer. I just wanted to clarify because it seemed like a lot of people with no knowledge were making up fact as they went along. I don't really care about what people think of my jackets, but I do think it is my responsibility to clarify what happened since I did, at one time, display somebody's work...
FWIW, as I alluded to above, my right shoulder is extremely dropped, which is a combination of, I suppose, genetics and years of competitive and semi-competitive golf. There is a lot of correction in my coat for that, to the point that it is not noticeable in person or in motion. During early fittings, the issue came up about whether it made sense to correct more by building up, which was the only further correction they could really do, or whether to leave the coat as...
Yes. It ranks up there with being part of the resistance.
I don't think it is much of a discussion. You are Runway John Rambo with a little reevesie and a sandy vagina, you probably have a pinchy face and the only person who thinks you have a good sense of humor is my mother.
Dude, he talks about himself in the third person and says he is the John Rambo of the fashion industry. He is either blessed with an unbelievable sense of humor or he is a complete twat. We have seen that he doesn't have a sense of humor, no matter what my mom told him.As to my right side/shoulder, I am not going to get into the discussion other than to say that my build in that way is extreme, and the solution was a negotiated compromise.
Look, David Reeves has to build his suitcase pimp bespoke business, and it seems like he, in the classic way of an Englishwoman, has gotten a little tipsy and ended up with some sand in his vagina. I don't mean that in a bad way, the face of pub based evolution in the UK is one of the wonders of our modern age. I am sure he will feel better in the morning. His clothing is certainly well suited to a walk of shame.
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