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post #31 of 47
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(imageWIS @ May 25 2005,20:45)
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Originally Posted by faustian bargain,May 25 2005,23:43
You Like It The Man?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA Jon.
Followed by Style and the Styleman, no doubt...
Which leads to: Meeting with World Leaders and the Boy, I mean Man Jon.
post #32 of 47
I think these two books would be winners: Unemployment and the Man: How to Shop When You Have Champagne Tastes and a Beer Budget Supple Fabrics and the Man: A Guide For Trade-School Dropouts
post #33 of 47
My suggestion is "Cufflinks and The Man" - how to rid the world of those hideous toggle back closures
post #34 of 47
Fleecing the Man
post #35 of 47
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Fitting the Man for the alternative Fluss-styles: Manning the Man for the trans-Fluss-tites: Manning the Dress
post #36 of 47
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Style and the Frenchman featuring chapters like: Brown is for Farmer Swing-back Dunhill Cufflinks and the Men Who Love Them Croco: for Pimp or for Gangster? Gangsta-talk and the Frenchman Is Hilditch Really Key?
post #37 of 47
RJman, you can now write an haiku on Ernest and Flusser.
post #38 of 47
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Style and the Frenchman featuring chapters like: Brown is for Farmer Is Hilditch Really Key?
Jon.
post #39 of 47
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Unlike Style and the Man there would be only four stores in the Style and the Frenchman book: Hildeetch Dunheell AUBERCY Secret Dunheell outlet where cachemire sweater = 80 euros.
post #40 of 47
Fleecing the man ?
post #41 of 47
Trumping the Man: A reality show in which Flusser tries to get The Donald to wear his jacket sleeves the proper length. If he fails to do so, he is fired. Jon.
post #42 of 47
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Trumping the Man: A reality show in which Flusser tries to get The Donald to wear his jacket sleeves the proper length. If he fails to do so, he is fired. Jon.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA Or tries to get him to wear a patterned tie.
post #43 of 47
for the sartorial deconstructionist: Style and Paul de Man or maybe he's going to do some food writing: Style and the Flan or maybe he'll go Hollywood: Style and the Man II: This Time It's Personal Style III: Revenge of the Man Style IV: Dressed to Kill etc...
post #44 of 47
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You Like It The Man?
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Style and the Frenchman featuring chapters like: Brown is for Farmer Swing-back Dunhill Cufflinks and the Men Who Love Them Croco: for Pimp or for Gangster? Gangsta-talk and the Frenchman Is Hilditch Really Key?
   
post #45 of 47
Has Flusser fully treated the great tradition of military influence in civilian clothing? If not, Rogering the Man. Perhaps something Shavian: Superman and the Man.
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