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post #16 of 383
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I thought that you liked fresco?

Did I misread something?


- B

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Originally Posted by Film Noir Buff View Post
Fresc-Ah, I like Fresca. Drinking one as we chat

I like both....



post #17 of 383
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Originally Posted by Vintage Gent View Post
This, my friend, is why the sock garter was invented.

I thought that its main purpose was to serve as a form of birth control?


- B
post #18 of 383
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Originally Posted by embowafa View Post
I like both....
One is refreshing to the eye, one to the lips. Both betrayed by a kiss.
post #19 of 383
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
To avoid what's happening to the guy on the left:




- B

Isn't his more pressing problem the lack of OTF (over the forearm) sleeves?
post #20 of 383
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Originally Posted by Spatlese View Post
Isn't his more pressing problem the lack of OTF (over the forearm) sleeves?

I believe that he has Velcro rip-offs.

- B
post #21 of 383
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I thought that its main purpose was to serve as forvm birth control?


- B

there.
post #22 of 383
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I thought that its main purpose was to serve as a form of birth control?

Having procreated to my heart's content, I can't speak to their ability to prevent pregnancy. But I can say that my infinitely understanding wife views them as yet another of my idiosyncrasies, which she finds mildly charming. They don't keep me from getting my fair share of Sweet Luv Makin.
post #23 of 383
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Not a fresco.

Also, Christ has some crazy drape going on.
post #24 of 383
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
To avoid what's happening to the guy on the left:



I see. Personally I would still prefer over-the-calf cotton socks or wearing longer pants though...
post #25 of 383
Or a seat rather than a step...
post #26 of 383
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post
Or a seat rather than a step...

Not allowing yourself to be taken pictures of with a wide-angle lens from underneath might also help...
post #27 of 383
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Originally Posted by Vintage Gent View Post
They don't keep me from getting my fair share of Sweet Luv Makin.

But do they keep you from getting more than your fair share of Sweet Luv Makin? That is the more pressing question for us unmarried forumites.

Also, the "v," it confuses me.
post #28 of 383
My favorite cotton-linen shirts are from Old Navy. I like my Gold Toe socks as well as Pantherellas. And my Cornelianis, while lacking the handwork of some coats/suits in my closet, remain my favorite.
post #29 of 383
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Am I the only one who fesses up to the toggle-back preference?
post #30 of 383
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Am I the only one who fesses up to the toggle-back preference?
No, I also think that they are so much damn easier to use. I don't even wear silk knots because they are such a pain, let alone double-sided links. Clearly others do as well, given the massive volume of Talbott toggle-backed cufflinks that were recently sold here.
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