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Posts by Christopher Essex

I prefer OTC to MC as well (like others, I hate having to pull them up all the time). However, my real beef with most socks is that the heel always ends up halfway up my leg because they're always too big for my size 8 feet. Drives my crazy, especially when the heel is a different colour than the rest of the sock.
These would have been a better choice of footwear with today's outfit, IMO (along with some lighter-coloured trousers ).
Did you not see my disclaimer 'at least in the photos'?Do you not see how dark they are in the photos? Must you argue what everyone perceives as a low-contrast pairing?
I would also say there's not enough contrast between the jacket and the trousers (at least in the photos).A more mid-grey colour of trousers would be more appropriate (security-guard look be damned!).
Stitch was telling Stitch to stop posting pics. He's just being a tiny bit sensitive.
Is it possible to block the IP address of this black magic spammer in MC so he can't set up any more users? It's becoming very annoying. Thanks in advance.
I was trying to make the point that hipsters try to be unique in that they are interested in obscure and esoteric things/ideas/music and have no interest in the mainstream.However, in doing so, they share those interests with other hipsters. This makes them a group of people conforming to non-conformity.Anyway, I was trying to be humorous, rather than getting into a deep philosophical discussion of hipsters.I recall seeing a sketch (that I think was posted on here) that...
I think the difference between hipsters and SF-ers is that hipsters celebrate non-conformity, but are the epitome of conformity because of it (but would deny that fact). SF-ers are happily conforming to a set of rules (generally...I speak not of those that deliberately throw out rules that don't suit them - I suspect they are closet hipsters), but like to throw a bit of individuality into those rules (perhaps a small bit of sprezzatura or some other thing to set them...
Yes, I believe you're correct.I'm also from Canada and I paid $90 taxes & duty on some $300 Herring shoes and around $150 on a pair of $500 C&J Lowndes, directly from C&J.The C&J shoes were delivered by FedEx and the Herrings from DHL.However, the Carminas I ordered from The Armoury in HK were delivered without any taxes/duty.Generally, I budget for around 25%, and if nothing is charged, it's a bonus.Canadians pay a higher tariff on goods from the US and abroad, which is...
Reminds me of a mullet...business up top and party down below.
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