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post #16 of 573
I'm in
post #17 of 573
I bought some cloth from Andrew before reading this thread. But I'll start today, and see how long I can last.
post #18 of 573
Okay, I'm in.

(April is going to be fun ... )
post #19 of 573
I went on an Orvis frenzy over the weekend, so I should be in, but may just use it as an excuse not to be in.
post #20 of 573
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What time zone are you in?

GMT+8 (Hong Kong)

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Originally Posted by Nicola View Post
But the spring stuff is in the shops now.

Nevermind that, I have to deal with "Valentines Reciprocity". Does it count if the purchases arent for ourselves?

Either way, I'm out. You had me on Sunday.
post #21 of 573
I'm in. But I'll be in Palo Alto/SF over the next few days and things might happen. Money expenditure things. Unless what happens in SF stays in SF.
post #22 of 573
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Originally Posted by james_timothy View Post
I'm in. But I'll be in Palo Alto/SF over the next few days and things might happen. Money expenditure things.

Unless what happens in SF stays in SF.

What stores would you be visiting if you were to possibly browse certain things and possibly maybe consider their purchase?
post #23 of 573
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[re: shirt order] Where from?

Rayner & Sturges via Sartorial Executive. Good price, and will travel to measure/fit you. Got my second shirt from them yesterday and am now happy with the pattern. Wore it today (pic in WAYWN).

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Any new Aquascrotum?

No. Haven't looked in the past couple of weeks. Might have a look in the shops this weekend and see if I can break any of the guys signing up to this thread.



Talking of which, if my shirt orders don't count and I'm allowed to still sell, then I'll give it a go. Sign me up!

Though how long I last is another matter!
post #24 of 573
Well, if this is anything like quitting smoking, sure, count me in. I've done that tens of times.
post #25 of 573
Thread Starter 
Updated. I'd say that if you bought something until today, it's still OK to join for the rest of the month.

Let the group know
(a) what temptation you were able to fight
(b) if you blew it and what you blew it for
post #26 of 573
It is no surprise that a Frenchman is behind this unpatriotic thread.
post #27 of 573
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It is no surprise that a Frenchman is behind this unpatriotic thread.



I don't get this type of thread, especially now. Gotta do my part to help stimulate the economy. May be I don't spend much, but I try to do so often.
post #28 of 573
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I don't get this type of thread, especially now. Gotta do my part to help stimulate the economy. May be I don't spend much, but I try to do so often.

1. Does it stimulate the economy (or anything else) if all I do is troll sales and buy from eBay and the B+S forum?

2. Where can a guy get a free lunch?

I'm in for both MC and SW+D-type purchases, but I have little faith in myself, and reserve the right to buy whorez/a horse/a house.
post #29 of 573
Thread Starter 
Attention club members: don't listen to those who try to test your will or minimize your efforts. Stay strong.
post #30 of 573
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It is no surprise that a Frenchman is behind this call for fiscal responsibility.
Does it mean you're in?
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