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Bro rice is important to us Asians.
Hes the next Valentine and we'll all get our head blown off by facebook.
One term in fitting really baffles me: true to size. What does that even mean?
The very first link suggest that the Balnaring Holdings Pty Ltd went belly up mid this year.
Others may disagree, but I'm not fussed. I mean there's absolutely no way you can hide point collars and they've been worn with suits without fuss for god knows how long. But if you are uncomfortable, then stick with full cutaway or semis with collar length longer than 3" That should be sufficient..I wear 2.5" semis because that's all TM Lewin does now days and I don't mind and no one around me minds.
I have a white, curved cut-away, french placket in royal oxford. Have to say that I highly recommend you not to get curved collar if you intend to not wear a tie. The collar looks very awkward unbuttoned. I say curved cut-away is best with a bow tie.I prefer a semi or full cutaway for no tie. Semi is the safe option and full tend to look more upright.
Then you're just a smug fuck.
The smug people who tell other people "Sake" is not pronounced "sa-key" but it should be pronounced "sa-kay". That's not how its pronounced either you dumb fucks.
My pant crotch wear out really quickly as a couple of suits are now in danger of become orphaned jackets. I suspect that it turns into this when I'm not looking:
The problem with overseas investment is that with not having been part of the culture, they are unable to appreciate it and will see it as just that: an investment.The investment would fail to see what all the fuss is scott and believe they are merely tearing down an old outdated hut to be torn down for something bigger and better.
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