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post #16 of 64
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post
Well, maybe you should have worked up some purple and green entries.


I certainly worked some up!

x2
post #17 of 64
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Originally Posted by robasaurus View Post
I don't even think my best entry made it to the finals, to be honest - and mine weren't the best of the bunch. It's hard to vote because they're all nice. Can they all be made?

edit: mine were the best, vote ROBASAURUS so I can have a free tie!

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Originally Posted by yfyf View Post
I certainly worked some up!

x2

There were some great designs which didn't make the cut. Partly in the interest of conciseness, but I also had to leave out a few because I just didn't think I could replicate them from the existing palette of silks. Next time, I'll try to post an actual palette of the 40 or so colors.
post #18 of 64
Awesome! Some fun choices.
post #19 of 64
The Parker design looks a lot like an Oxxford wool tie that I have seen around here a few times. It got my vote.

post #20 of 64
Cantabrigian's would get the most wear for me, I think. Looking forward to the results!
post #21 of 64
Yaay! One of mine made it to the finals. Now all I have to do is to get votes

Come on people, show some love for cream/navy!
post #22 of 64
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
Come on people, show some love for cream/navy!

They are, just not the one you want them to vote for.

I think the winner has changed three or four times already. Looks like it will be neck and neck (no pun, I swear).
post #23 of 64
Go Duke!
post #24 of 64
I like Parker's!

that said - i am surprised that the "spring-y" ones (6-10) aren't doing better considering the current saeson!!! And I am not saying that becuase my entry (9) lieas within that.

Did I mention that my entry is 9?
(u chud v0at 4 neyene)

I just don't want to finish last!!!
post #25 of 64
I heard that by voting for my design, it will make ascension into Nirvana 46% easier. If you are an atheist, then voting for my tie will increase the likelihood for finding $100 bills on the street by 46%.
post #26 of 64
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Originally Posted by yfyf View Post
I heard that by voting for my design, it will make ascension into Nirvana 46% easier. If you are an atheist, then voting for my tie will increase the likelihood for finding $100 bills on the street by 46%.

damn- should have went for a creatve delivery.
post #27 of 64
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Originally Posted by yfyf View Post
I heard that by voting for my design, it will make ascension into Nirvana 46% easier. If you are an atheist, then voting for my tie will increase the likelihood for finding $100 bills on the street by 46%.

Is finding a $100 bill the atheist's nirvana?
post #28 of 64
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post
Is finding a $100 bill the atheist's nirvana?

that would suck pretty bad
post #29 of 64
Number 10 has my vote...
post #30 of 64
I am losing - and losing bad
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