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Quote: Originally Posted by jkidd41011 Manouche...have you posted a picture of yours yet? Until you do, in my opion you are spouting off about owning a mid-level Rolex. If you said you had a Platinum President then you might have something to brag about. I have a Rolex for poor = I don't even have the date
Quote: Originally Posted by Bucentauro The Sea Dweller http://www.rolexreferencepage.com/articles/10.html Apart from the end links, the other middle links seems to be hollow, correct ?
Rrl ?
Quote: Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba lol....touche' Kermit is in SUB DATE The one I forgot is the SD new and old
Quote: Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba how can you forget the green bezel sub in this poll. The same way you can forget the "?" at the end of your question !
Quote: Originally Posted by stylemeup Yesterday which was Boxing Day in Canada I was in Harry Rosen. They had arranged a Canali suit jacket so that the price on it looked like it was $60.99 CAD. I was very happy when I first saw that, thinking it was just a great Boxing Day deal. Then a moment later I realized it was still too good to be true. Upon closer inspection, I realize that $60.99 was for the pocket square in the jacket, and the real pricetag...
Quote: I don't like rolex. Why ? Quote: this is a nice watch What is particulary nice in this watch ?
Quote: Originally Posted by SVS I'm looking for a pair of formal shoes to wear with suits to important events (business meetings, interviews, funerals, etc), but I'm not clear regarding what makes a shoe more or less formal. Clearly, black is more formal than brown but beyond that, I'm lost. Are bluchers more formal than balmorals? Why is a cap toe considered more formal than a split toe? is a whole cut the most formal? Is brogueing considered...
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