or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by CBrown85

Millennials are generally pretty materialistic. That said,https://www.google.ca/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&ei=Exk4VcfxHJeYoQTbooBg&url=http://m.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3D3V35jvY0u7I&ved=0CB4QyCkwAA&usg=AFQjCNHy5p4ZS8FyETAHnobpxbAo9IYyvA&sig2=CuCPGZVx-M8ohPAqshH-pw
She absolutely loves it; bought it almost new in 08 or 09 and it's had nothing other than preventative maintenance done on it. Very reliable. Holds more than any other car we've owned, including a couple of (smaller) SUVs.
This is getting into some serious #StyFoDude territory... I voted no. Not even close. Wife drives a Fit- thing is horrible. Can't accelerate in traffic. Holds lots of stuff, which is good I suppose. It's reliable, though and holds all of the baby's stuff so credit to that. I have a 2.5L Mazda 3 which, again, is ok. Wardrobe is worth multiples lower than that and I'm the same age as Clag (which is depressing to think about considering the state of our respective...
Holy shit
They're all great.
Sweet- my yearly income represented in shoe form.
I don't check bs for ONE DAY and I miss out on this. Gdamn. Nice jacket.
The luxire oxfords, when done right, are better than the old Thom Browne's and Black Fleeces.
Wow. Beautiful shoes. Wish I jumped at the offer.
That's fantastic. The shoulder probably isn't a big deal to fix. I agree on the pockets; a bigger and curvier pocket on the next jacket would look great, although I don't think there's anything particularly wrong with the ones you have on there. Maybe it's the colour on my monitor, but the shoes match the jacket too closely. Chocolate brown suede might match better.
New Posts  All Forums: