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Oh if the knish were their only difference inpreferences. (Or maybe you could say they shared the same preferences.)
Horses? Grayson
post #62 of 84
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Oh if the knish were their only difference inpreferences. (Or maybe you could say they shared the same preferences.)
Horses? Grayson
I saw him with his interests in the village and I wouldn't call them horses. More like ponies
post #63 of 84
We probably should stop right there with the double entendres before it gets ugly. Grayson
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Dakota Rube, You should read the thread about tipping in the social and food section. That was a lot worse.
I have, and am embarassed for many of the posters.
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(Dakota rube @ April 20 2005,20:35) a sorority house busboy.
Please tell me you have good stories from this. I was watching this movie once, and- well never mind.
Unbelievable stories, I assure you. Many feature nudity and debauchery.
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You best stay away from the shoebox-size NY store Peter Elliot, whose staff is imbued with mammoth-size attitude.
Interesting, Marc. I've had great experiences there. And at Jay Kos as well, another place where you've had less than perfect service.
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Both Peter Elliot and Jay Kos give you the "Walk of Shame" scowl if you dare leave without making a purchase. Next time, perhaps I should return with deeper pockets. Grayson
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(tgfny @ April 21 2005,07:58)
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube,April 20 2005,20:35
a sorority house busboy.
Please tell me you have good stories from this. I was watching this movie once, and- well never mind.
Unbelievable stories, I assure you. Many feature nudity and debauchery.
Yes? Yeeesssssss? C'mon, tellllllll.... YES.?
post #69 of 84
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Both Peter Elliot and Jay Kos give you the "Walk of Shame" scowl if you dare leave without making a purchase.  Next time, perhaps I should return with deeper pockets. Grayson
I've never had that experience, but I know Jay and Elliot.
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I'm more of a Davide Cenci guy as smallish stores go---David, who runs/owns the place, is a refined, classy guy and very down-to-Earth. A friendly, comfortable store, at least for me. Grayson
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Both Peter Elliot and Jay Kos give you the "Walk of Shame" scowl if you dare leave without making a purchase.  Next time, perhaps I should return with deeper pockets. Grayson
My dear Grayson -- how is it that you're the guy who gets treated so poorly or has so many problems? Higher standards? Do you really care what these haberdashers think? Given a few of your prev. posts, you seem to.
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(Dakota rube @ April 21 2005,07:49)
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Originally Posted by tgfny,April 21 2005,07:58
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube,April 20 2005,20:35
a sorority house busboy.
Please tell me you have good stories from this. I was watching this movie once, and- well never mind.
Unbelievable stories, I assure you. Many feature nudity and debauchery.
Yes? Yeeesssssss? C'mon, tellllllll.... YES.?
Whoa dude, is that the sound of one hand typing? Not too zen...
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My dear Grayson -- how is it that you're the guy who gets treated so poorly or has so many problems?  Higher standards?  Do you really care what these haberdashers think?  Given a few of your prev. posts, you seem to.
My dear Horace -- Yes, I have high(er) standards. Am treated quite well, actually, by those with higher standards, too, and who appreciate mine: Two of the best bespoke tailors in the world, Raphael Raffaelli in NY and Joe Morgan on Savile Row.  Rome shirtmaker extraordinaire Mimmo Siviglia, John Lobb Paris bespoke, John Lobb Paris RTW, John Lobb London bespoke, Tony Gaziano over at Edward Green bespoke, Perry Ercolino bespoke shoemaker, Crockett & Jones, JM Weston, Gabor Halmos/Vass shoes, Ron RIDER, Marinella bespoke ties, Hermes, Tanino Crisci shoes, Bergdorf Goodman, Beretta, Oxxford, Charvet ties, Robert Talbot, Davide Cenci, and others all get on great with me, too.  No problems whatsoever with them.  I'm in terrific company Grayson
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My dear Grayson -- how is it that you're the guy who gets treated so poorly or has so many problems?  Higher standards?  Do you really care what these haberdashers think?  Given a few of your prev. posts, you seem to.
My dear Horace -- Yes, I have high(er) standards. Am treated quite well, actually, by those with higher standards, too, and who appreciate mine: Two of the best bespoke tailors in the world, Raphael Raffaelli in NY and Joe Morgan on Savile Row.  Rome shirtmaker extraordinaire Mimmo Siviglia, John Lobb Paris bespoke, John Lobb Paris RTW, John Lobb London bespoke, Tony Gaziano over at Edward Green bespoke, Perry Ercolino bespoke shoemaker, Crockett & Jones, JM Weston, Marinella bespoke ties, Tanino Crisci shoes, Bergdorf Goodman, Beretta, Oxxford, Charvet ties, Robert Talbot, Davide Cenci, and others all get on great with me, too.  No problems whatsoever with them.  I'm in terrific company Grayson
You left us out, but included Beretta?? I'm hurt
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(lisapop @ April 21 2005,07:03) Quote Oh if the knish were their only difference inpreferences. (Or maybe you could say they shared the same preferences.)
Horses? Grayson
I saw him with his interests in the village and I wouldn't call them horses. More like ponies [/quote] Does anybody else understand what they're talking about? They lost me here.
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