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Just to offer another thought in the discussion of basing orders on existing designs: It's a rare item that can't really be improved upon in some way that will (a) get the buyer out of the ethical quagmire of crass replication and (b) result in a unique, personalized item that you can feel proud to own (rather than something you'll look at and view as a copy of something else). My favourite Luxire pieces, which are now some of my most treasured clothing items, pull in...
This is pretty tough and we could all probably use some help with this. There's only so many times you can go with a pashmina shawl, cashmere sweater, necklace, etc. A couple of ideas I'll throw out there, appropriate for different types of women in your life:Luxurious tech accessories (like high-end iPad covers and stuff).They all like gift certificates for wasteful crap like spa days.Tasteful sterling jewelry. She probably has a lot of stuff made of precious stones,...
Dude, from these photos we might as well be looking at the surface of the f*cking moon.
That one is the only voice that slows me down. There are practical reasons for waiting until my last 2 orders show up before I place new orders for similarly fitting items.I check the status page and I'm like "MY ORDER IS UNFULFILLED AND SO AM I"
Yeah, but that was before the accent was added to the "E". Now the pronunciation has again been thrown into turmoil.
Sometimes the jokes just write themselves.
Respectfully, it's not the "rule breaking". It's the wearing a dress as a shirt, it's the detachable fur collar, it's the purple henley tee under a 3-piece suit, and it's the having the perpetually mugging Most Punchable Face on the Internet.
There's your problem right there...
You have no idea. That storm happened 15 years ago, but the idea of a major Canadian city being unable to deal with snow is such a major disgrace that they will probably never live it down. Toronto-haters from BC to PEI will be telling their children about that for generations.
I was hoping that came across as more teasing than harsh, but yes, the reputation is one of a sort of entitled pretense: believing their city and media are the center of the universe, making the Canadian Army come in and plow their driveways for them, acting like their hockey team is great even though all the footage of their last Cup win is in black and white, etc.
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