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For nicer men accessories, where do you go?
I have haviland mandarin set from bloomingdale's. Affordable and very sexy...orange is a great color to invite women over. Items are priced by individual pieces so just get a service for two and you should be set. The colors on the internet are always a shade different in person so check them out in person. http://www1.bloomingdales.com/shop/product/haviland-laque-de-chine-gold-orange?ID=460319
It's a fact of life that great men tend to father illegitimate children. These children usually come out when the man is on his way to to fame but since Obama is post fame, I'm sure his sons are well hidden from the public. I'm gonna bet one of them is named George.
I mean I'm a small timer but I enjoy those red cinnabar boxes. The prices have gone fuking crazy and I can't even compete anymore.
I feel bad for HK folks. First colonized by the white men. Now colonized by other Chinese. I can converse a little in Cantonese but you won't believe even in NYC my Cantonese is now scorned. Mainlanders are everywhere. That little SA biotch at the Louis Vuitton store now doesn't even give me a glance. I need to speak Mandarin to get proper service. What a crazy world.
I've lived in a lot of countries, and believe me when I say that the right to purchase guns for home defense IS THE THE SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT FREEDOM given to man. This is why the USA is greatest country on earth.
It seems to me that the certifying companies are no more than promoters. For example, most consumers know where and how Nike shoes are made but they would still buy the shoes. Putting a big name celebrity on a certain model only increases sale and reaps profits for the parent company. I just don't know if the fair trade laborers get paid better than their non fair trade counterparts. Are there data available?
I'm talking about products made from poor countries that are priced at high-end retail level. As a consumer, I just don't understand the scheme. Most importantly, there is no way for me to ascertain whether the money goes back to the artisans. If the product is of high quality made from expensive materials, then why not compete in the global market? Why the need for Fairtrade certification?
Well, when I started dating her, she was pretty straight. Then, she cheated on me with another woman. Being the idiot that I was, I thought that was sexy and perhaps my chance for a 3some would come knocking. Looking back, I totally regret my inaction. All I can say is that knowing her has neutralized my perception of homosexuality...
Where are you in the city?
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