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include the request in your love letter to him?

just tell the truth - you want to wear his skin

Basically.
post #212 of 274
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post
I like a lot of Guidos posts on his blog, I like what he says and the way he dresses, but I don't share his appreciation for modern furniture. I am more into the English cottage, or 1920's Paris.

My wife and I splurged on two Eames chairs with my first paycheck from my prior firm. Just...saying (lulz.)
post #213 of 274
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Tried, but no dice. And I have no interest in "copying" his style - he prefers rumpled button-down collars with button cuffs, I prefer pressed cutaway collars and double cuffs. Etc etc. All I need is the name of his tailor

p.s. It must be said: Guido's taste in womenfolk is tops.

http://s3.amazonaws.com/data.tumblr....AiYISXGKDA0%3D

Me too! (lulz)
post #214 of 274
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The guy who lost in Hells Kitchen this season runs a restaurant in which I've eaten once a week for a number of years.

I almost ate there last weekend, as I was in that 'hood, an old stomping ground of mine. We ate at Hungry Mother instead. Having grown up in the South, I found the attempts at boiled peanuts and pimento cheese a bit highfalutin, but it was otherwise competent.
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I almost ate there last weekend, as I was in that 'hood, an old stomping ground of mine. We ate at Hungry Mother instead. Having grown up in the South, I found the attempts at boiled peanuts and pimento cheese a bit highfalutin, but it was otherwise competent.

I haven't been to Hungry Mother yet. I keep forgetting about it.


- B
post #216 of 274
I need to try boiled peanuts next time I'm Down Souf. You can't get that shit in Chicago.
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I need to try boiled peanuts next time I'm Down Souf. You can't get that shit in Chicago.

You aren't missing much. Now, Crawfish and Crabs...yeah, you are missing out. Also, good cornbread with Cracklins in it. That is good shit.

Mike
post #218 of 274
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My wife and I splurged on two Eames chairs with my first paycheck from my prior firm. Just...saying (lulz.)

I found two Selig chairs at the local goodwill for $25 a piece last week. Just thought I'd share.
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You aren't missing much. Now, Crawfish and Crabs...yeah, you are missing out. Also, good cornbread with Cracklins in it. That is good shit.

Mike

http://www.deltablues.net/cracklin.html

I have definitely been missing out. I want some cornrbead x cracklins.
post #220 of 274
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I found two Selig chairs at the local goodwill for $25 a piece last week. Just thought I'd share.

Hate you! Haha. I paid full price at my favorite store on earth. No shipping, though...FTW: http://hivemodern.com/

As for crabs, crawfish, etc. - I've had all of it, and I love it. New Orleans is one of my favorite spots in the world, food-wise.

I still definitely need to try the peanuts, though, just to say I've had it.
post #221 of 274
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I still definitely need to try the peanuts, though, just to say I've had it.

They're really only worth it from a side of the road vendor.
post #222 of 274
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Hate you! Haha. I paid full price at my favorite store on earth. No shipping, though...FTW: http://hivemodern.com/

Well, take comfort in knowing I spent 20 minutes trying get them into car without damaging them and 15 minutes trying to get them out.

Hive is pretty swanky.

Back to the regular programming...
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They're really only worth it from a side of the road vendor.

Duly noted
post #224 of 274
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Originally Posted by Bull View Post
Tried, but no dice. And I have no interest in "copying" his style - he prefers rumpled button-down collars with button cuffs, I prefer pressed cutaway collars and double cuffs. Etc etc. All I need is the name of his tailor

p.s. It must be said: Guido's taste in womenfolk is tops.


You must have given him the DTO vibe. Hope you didnt get a cuss bomb
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You must have given him the DTO vibe. Hope you didnt get a cuss bomb

No idea what DTO means. And no cuss bomb. Wtf? Who's that uncivil....
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