Originally Posted by JoeWoah
The naked man always works. When she goes to the bathroom take off all your clothes. When she comes out and see your naked body she'll get the message.
I like this. Always works.
Originally Posted by Sixth_Sense
I'm graduating in May, and I'm starting to give serious consideration as to my professional attire, when I begin work in July 2009 as an investment banking analyst in NYC, so it is time to upgrade my wardrobe from my summer analyst days.
Priority now should be whether the IB is able to pay you.
Originally Posted by grimslade
Brooks is fine, and they have...
New round of price cuts hits the High Street as M&S slashes cost of suit to just Â£24
By Sean Poulter
Last updated at 11:37 PM on 17th July 2008
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Marks & Spencer cut the price of selected men's suits to only Â£24 yesterday.
Giving notice of a summer price war, it also reduced some summer dresses to Â£9 and T-shirts to Â£2.
Sat Jun 21, 2008 11:37pm EDT
By Sophie Hardach
TOKYO (Reuters) - Years ago, when the first Armani boutiques opened in China, a furious customer walked into one of the shops, brandishing two Armani T-shirts.
He wanted to know why one of them, the one he had bought in the shop, was labeled "made in China", while the other, the cheaper T-shirt, said "made in Italy."
The second T-shirt was, of course, a fake....
Originally Posted by Serg
In any somewhat modern car the chip cuts gas at the limit. it can still pass (briefly) but it will not pass the limit but not by much.
There is a rev cut, impossible to hold in red for long.
Originally Posted by whacked
Whatever dude. One thing I know, I don't want to peruse an airline with rude, old, and ugly air hostesses. Which goes for all "free" American airlines.
Singapore Air is the best.
Cathay Pacific is reasonably well too.
Originally Posted by m@T
Actually Singapore being Singapore, you will find that they are quasi-govt owned, but very much left to their own devices to make money. Very little propping up is tolerated there, and Singapore is not big on safety nets.