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Suppose, an individual, one day, decides to try something new, finds it not that great, and go back to a straight life, how likely will the experience weigh on his/her consciousness? My current love interest is a bi femme but desires surgical transformation to be a man.
Are there any US maker currently producing a swiss style tool knife? I just need a blade and scissor and I want to support our stagnant economy.
Not sure if I'm turning gay but I am no longer affected by really hot women. No more sweaty palms, my guy stays put, and secks does not even enter my mind when I talk to them. WTF?
I'm looking for a well made table lighter and I see on the net are Yibaos...I just don't think you can produce a quality lighter for $8. Any rec?
Front, back,or sideway?
Where I live, the Asians make up 80% of the high end customer base, yet many of these boutique retails still hire mainly clueless Russian blondes...and it's always a woman, even for such classic men's items like shoes and watches. They need to hire an Asian person multilingual in at least Mandarin or Tagalog to reflect the market or a white dude that knows his sh!t inside out.
Yeah, most are blondes, but it's infinitely more annoying with the clueless Russian ones I mean there are plenty of American blondes why hire these boring broads when they clearly 1. don't speak English well 2. can't even tell me the material or history of the product 3. always sigh like I waste their time They need to be sent back to Novosibirsk pronto!
1881 are nice shoes. The snobbery here is beyond belief.
It seems like Alpaca is much more expensive when a designer is attached to it, be it throws, scarves, or sweaters. Can someone recommend a reliable no-name source for genuine alpaca wares? Specifically, winter wares since my balls are freezing over here.
Well, I haven't shopped in a physical store in ages. I just visited a handful of established stores, Brooks Brothers, Zegna, Burberry, Neiman Marcus, Wilkes Bashford, etc. etc...all now have significant stocks made there, all at prices made to tease me. What seems strange to me is the inverse relations between cost of labor and price tag. BB has these Chinese made wool duffle coats starting at $600 USD, which is 3x more than new Gloverall duffles on ebay. Tsk Tsk Tsk. ...
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