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any thoughts? There is a good 1.5 inches to let out - just not sure about the advice from the tailor (who is a bit of a hack)
16-20, then 24-27 (PhD, lecturing etc)
For accurate co*k measurements, a button attached to a paper-clip makes an ideal miniature trundle wheel.
Hi, I bought a pair of slim fitting 36 waist mabitex (cotton) - they are made of a very nice, but thin, material. I've put on a couple of kegs, and took them to the tailor to be let out - albeit only a fraction. Tailor indicated it would not be viable, as the old stitching holes would be visible and would probably tear after a few washes/wears. I'm no expert so I have to put it to you guys - does this seem right? Thanks
Love the smell of oud - quite powerful and can be worn by men or women...just picked up some oud oil - potent stuff but very unique.
Pm re Masons, thx
I like them - nice contrast between frame and arms
I did an outback survival course in Oz a few years ago, we ate live witchetty grubs. Bit like chicken kiev, cold, wriggling and without the garlic sauce.
Agree with the above point - shave with the grain - sometimes the grain on the neck hairs runs sideways, not always up / down. Just let your beard grow a little and check which way the hair grows - shave in this direction with a DE blade (check youtube for instructions from a guy called mantic (?)). Prepare the skin prior to shaving, it may loosen an potentially ingrowing hairs and softens the beard for shaving. Change the blade every 2-3 days (2-3 shaves).
dkny men (the one that looks like a fighter pilot grip).
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