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post #1771 of 1998
I think many recent posters here need to review the definition of "soporific":
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sop·o·rif·ic
/ˌsäpəˈrifik/
Adjective
Tending to induce drowsiness or sleep.

Those bright tartans and bright red and orange and green Capellis: NOT SOPORIFIC. AT ALL.
post #1772 of 1998
Thanks for the replies. Seems like a good excuse for me to start buying better ties.
post #1773 of 1998
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

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This point has been made ad nausem. The dream police really needs to lighten up.

post #1774 of 1998

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post #1775 of 1998

These are so sleepy there's a pillow involved!

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This point has been made ad nausem. The dream police really needs to lighten up.

 

Very nice stuff, Kent. Is this a picture from the trunk show?

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post #1776 of 1998
Sorry to wake people up from their sleep again, but I really think I can see on their website that the ties from Drake's are not quite symmetrical at the tip. Not much, but there seems to be a small difference. I don't know if it's on purpose or not. It must be possible to make a tip that is completely symmetrical. Probably nothing to fuss about, but a bit strange I think.
post #1777 of 1998
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Ties such as Thomas Pink have a fancy name but I doubt they are made o the highest standards. They are probably made inside out and turned the right way by a machine.


This would not surprise me in the least. Most were purchased before I really knew what to look for in a tie.

 

Anyway, cross post of my purchase from our newest AV, Unipair:

post #1778 of 1998
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Originally Posted by SHS View Post

Sorry to wake people up from their sleep again, but I really think I can see on their website that the ties from Drake's are not quite symmetrical at the tip. Not much, but there seems to be a small difference. I don't know if it's on purpose or not. It must be possible to make a tip that is completely symmetrical. Probably nothing to fuss about, but a bit strange I think.

Is this an OCD sort of thing?
post #1779 of 1998
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Originally Posted by marblehouse View Post

This point has been made ad nausem. The dream police really needs to lighten up.

Posters need to learn how to read.

Now those are some nice sopoifics in your last post

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post #1780 of 1998
Some folks are unique flowers who cannot be constrained by your petty concepts like thread coherence. biggrin.gif
post #1781 of 1998
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Is this an OCD sort of thing?

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I am trying to control my OCD and convince myself that it is:

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Originally Posted by SHS View Post

Probably nothing to fuss about, but a bit strange.
post #1782 of 1998
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Originally Posted by SHS View Post

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I am trying to control my OCD and convince myself that it is:


do you check the tip of everything you use for symmetry?
post #1783 of 1998
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Originally Posted by SHS View Post

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I am trying to control my OCD and convince myself that it is:


do you check the tip of everything you use for symmetry?

And you say that I have a dirty mind?
post #1784 of 1998
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

do you check the tip of everything you use for symmetry?

Oh you have no idea, but again I try to convince myself:
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Originally Posted by SHS View Post

Probably nothing to fuss about, but a bit strange.
post #1785 of 1998
About as soporific as it gets....

7 fold, self tipped and lined (lightly).





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