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post #1546 of 2153
Nice, Parker. I appreciate that the selection was shorter than usual - brevity has its advantages Heck of a lot of blue, though
post #1547 of 2153
Yep, tried to keep it under 10 pics with a few extra sidebar pics of interest. The surfeit of blue just worked out that way.
post #1548 of 2153
Can't wait to see yfyf drop the hammer on these fits.
post #1549 of 2153
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Can't wait to see yfyf drop the hammer on these fits.

I will dispense my own brand of street justice
post #1550 of 2153
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I will dispense my own brand of street justice

I predict an all boobies thread.

And if I am right, let us all celebrate.


- B
post #1551 of 2153
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I will dispense my own brand of street justice

Derivate Vox post incoming

post #1552 of 2153
Sorry for the delay folks ... this thing will be out within 24 hours :| Busy busy busy I have 50 odd photos selected (pared down from 75) and even that is way too many
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Sorry for the delay folks ... this thing will be out within 24 hours :| Busy busy busy

I have 50 odd photos selected (pared down from 75) and even that is way too many

50?

Watching you order stuff in a restaurant must be torture.


- B
post #1554 of 2153
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50?

Watching you order stuff in a restaurant must be torture.


- B

I order like a baller. I'll take two of everything and all of your water, please.
post #1555 of 2153
Welcome to the inaugural angry asian man's WAYWT and Why Do You Look So Bad digest. I have taken the liberty to retouch some photos to help with colour and contrast. First things first. Young man, great frames, cool vibe. Sockless makes edmorel sweat. Heavyset but impervious to gravity. Consider switching trousers with the man lifting you. I kid, I quite like the tapered trousers with brown shoes, Dr Robotnik and the overall colour scheme is fun. I'm a sucker for blue, the tie has a healthy glow to it. Beware of this man, he often sells ties that you don't necessarily need but do probably want. A discount will fix this scathing comment, ahem. Photo to illustrate "old-school knot" full of italian sprezzawezzawoo Den of Iniquity. Judging by luggage, recently frequented by SF member. Cardigan has great length and the wider waistband emphasizes good physique, marking out for TB rohypnol attack. I like everything about this except the watch, which is bigger than the sun. Excellent example of an athletic silhouette. Emphasized upper body with very little waisting matched with the full but slightly tapered trousers give a sum greater than its parts. Great choice of hat as well. Quirky choice of accessories but does not look forced. While my favourite is the tie, the soft collar and old school narrower lapelled 3-button complement it perfectly. I helped recommend the cloth so I have to include it. Such a nice cloth anyway and goes to show that honking great big checks can still be worn without pretension. One might think that I am under the influence of illegal substances for choosing this, but I am not. I am merely drunk. Seriously though, this is an outfit that says "I am not bound by your shitty conventions of logic or taste or basic human decency. Now excuse me while I bamboozle the general public." High buttoning point for people in good shape. Learn fatties. (myself included for I am larding away) Hat, sunglasses, navy w/ tan, red and blue, sprezzatura etc etc Nice look but rarrrrgh laces. My favourite of yours, you should wear dark colours more. Looks great, unable to produce snark. Now you are just a regular human being with big pants. One of them Californians. A nice colour combination but slightly reminiscent of a gay real estate agent driving a pastel green Ford Thunderbird. Double pleated security guard. I have used tea cozy's with the same pattern as that tie but it comes together nicely as a whole. Granpa needs to pull out his beating stick and beat young master "LIBERATE" back to pre-puberty. While I hate stripey shit all over the place, the colours harmonize well so I will save the vitriol for next time. No particularly useful commentary. I guess them pants are real tight but it looks good so whatever. Reproduction is for joiners anyways. I wish this was brown but I guess it isn't. Still, very sharp and the whippet tie shows some things should never die. That's a really nice Tom Ford. I saw those exact same pants at Hot Topic. Did you get them there too? Man, 40% off at the Mall!!!!! Seriously though, such a great outfit. Shoes are perfect and the colours make you "Security Guard of the Month". To Serve and Protect!!!! It's a strange note to end on, but the thought of you: driving this: makes me appreciate "historical accuracy" like never before. Ok that's a wrap. This was fun and time consuming. Paypal donations plz.
post #1556 of 2153
LOL Incredible. Very, very well done my friend.
post #1557 of 2153
Thread Starter 
Superb job...you qualify for another Guest Editor Week.


- B
post #1558 of 2153
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Superb job...you qualify for another Guest Editor Week.


- B

I will see if I can make more shitty stuff happen to me this week to increase my reserves of pent-up frustration.
post #1559 of 2153
Your snark is truly superb.

You do realise that I'm now NEVER going to throw that tie away?
post #1560 of 2153
Good selection. Though nearly exhaustive, it merely reflected an excellent week in sartorialand.
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