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Quote: Originally Posted by DoTheGrownup I've been looking for an opportunity to share this. Thanks for providing it. Not saying you are a DB, but this is pretty hilarious. IMPORTANT NOTICE: No media files are hosted on these forums. By clicking the link below you agree to view content from an external website. We can not be held responsible for the suitability or legality of this material. If the video does not play, wait a minute or try again...
http://www.chronomaster.co.uk/ Nice selection of new and vintage. I have bought several watches here and have always had great service from Neil.
Quote: Originally Posted by Film Noir Buff Qu'est-ce que c'est? killer, maybe...
Quote: Originally Posted by NOBD I like it. +1 works for me
Quote: Originally Posted by hopkin hi guys! For once, I get about 49 cm chest on my jacket (19,3 inches), how does that compare to their 92-100 cm measures? should I double my 49 cm? double your chest measurement 19.3 x 2 = 38.6 inches (98 cm)
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Well, from looking at the selection of shoes on the website http://www.himershoes.com/ and some of the attached selections, you be the judge. How do these designs compare to Lobb and others? I like the Chukka but what is going on with some of the other models like the 027?
Quote: Originally Posted by bjm Gents, I am thinking about buying these velvet slippers to go with my burgundy smoking jacket. What say you guys? Fun and stylish or too much/dorky? I should add I am happily married with 4 kids in the burbs and my home is my castle Not for me but if it makes you happy do it. How could wearing these put the smoking jacket over the top?
Quote: Originally Posted by IGORSEMONOV I'd like exchange the tie. I think dark color will better But it is a wedding tie.
You have to balance the allure of the wood burning fireplace with practicality. Sure it is great to have but how often are you going to use it? If you use it all the time then you either have to buy wood or cut, split and stack it yourself, which is fine if you have the time and inclination. The open hearth is romantic but as someone said it is an energy drain. An enclosed stove is more efficient. then there is maintenance so your wonderful wood stove doesn't cause a...
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