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post #31 of 46
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Those cufflinks are bad. Why don't you buy double-sided ones? They are much more elegant. And with all the gorgeous antique pairs in Europe, why are you buying contemporary ones? You can find much, much better examples of antique double-sided ones for less than 67 Euros. There is no pride in overpaying.
Ok, i let yo ua chance to show me how stupid i am = Find me old cufflinks i would like... Where did i talk about pride? Of course there is no pride in buying anything...
post #32 of 46
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(RJMan @ June 24 2005,16:51)
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Originally Posted by ernest,June 24 2005,07:44
But you didn't pull on it...
Yes, I guess I don't spend as much time pulling on it as you.
Silver is soft, i would break them by twisting the chain ... What was the VERY EXPENSIVE brand of links we talked about on the forum? Their links were 5 times more expensive.
Longmire of London perhaps?
post #33 of 46
Where do you plan to wear those Puma's? "To serve french fries in a snack"?
post #34 of 46
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(ATM @ June 24 2005,18:26)
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Originally Posted by ernest,June 24 2005,10:10
I don't like old cufflinks smelling metal, with stains and scratches showing pictures of countryside, animals or men in tights...
Cufflinks with pictures of men in tights. Hilarious.
Look at  cuffthis' avatar...
OMG...
post #35 of 46
ernest: when does your unemployment benefit end?
post #36 of 46
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(ernest @ June 24 2005,08:07)
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Originally Posted by RJMan,June 24 2005,16:51
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Originally Posted by ernest,June 24 2005,07:44
But you didn't pull on it...
Yes, I guess I don't spend as much time pulling on it as you.
Silver is soft, i would break them by twisting the chain ... What was the VERY EXPENSIVE brand of links we talked about on the forum? Their links were 5 times more expensive.
Longmire of London perhaps?
yes
post #37 of 46
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Where do you plan to wear those Puma's?  "To serve french fries in a snack"?
when i don't wear a suit that is 100% of my time for 2 years.
post #38 of 46
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ernest:  when does your unemployment benefit end?
soon, very soon...
post #39 of 46
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What would you say about this if the 67 euros i paid are too much? http://www.longmire.co.uk/ silver contemporary
post #40 of 46
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I picked up 2 more pairs of these sneakers so i have 4 times the same pair .....................
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Why the hell would you want to do that, ernest? Puma is also a little too common and pedestrian. Since you like British designers so much, why not try Gola?
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I picked up 2 more pairs of these sneakers so i have 4 times the same pair .....................
Where are you going to wear them?
post #43 of 46
Maybe ernest is really a spider.
post #44 of 46
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(ernest @ June 30 2005,17:34) I picked up 2 more pairs of these sneakers so i have 4 times the same pair .....................
Where are you going to wear them?
In the street
post #45 of 46
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Why the hell would you want to do that, ernest? Puma is also a little too common and pedestrian. Since you like British designers so much, why not try Gola?
I have never heard about this brand. Can i found some itmes at 30 euros? I hate designers...
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