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post #16 of 23
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Originally Posted by MilanoStyle
Al Bundy could have given a better shoe tips.
I like that. IIRC, his job on Married With Children was shoe salesman. Ed O'Neill, a great unsung character actor.
post #17 of 23
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Originally Posted by RJMan
I like that. IIRC, his job on Married With Children was shoe salesman. Ed O'Neill, a great unsung character actor.
Ever see him in The Adventures of Ford Fairlane? Great bad movie.

One of the (innumerable) embedded links in that article goes to a store that sells Sansabelt slacks. Your advice is suspect at best, Askmen.com!
post #18 of 23
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Originally Posted by Nick M
Ever see him in The Adventures of Ford Fairlane? Great bad movie.
Great bad movie when drunk. I probably did see him, but I sure don't remember.

I'm thinking of him in The Dogs of War, among other movies. Too bad they didn't make a sequel called The Cats of Peace.
post #19 of 23
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Originally Posted by Nick M
One of the (innumerable) embedded links in that article goes to a store that sells Sansabelt slacks. Your advice is suspect at best, Askmen.com!


Askmen.com is apparently nothing more than a marketing scheme. It also downloads cookies just from visiting that page, which my spyware program picked up.

Plus the "advice" is crap.
post #20 of 23
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Originally Posted by RJMan
Too bad they didn't make a sequel called The Cats of Peace.


LOL!
post #21 of 23
Yet more evidence that taking trend...er, style advice from a woman is usually a bad idea.


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Originally Posted by RJMan
Great bad movie when drunk. I probably did see him, but I sure don't remember.

I'm thinking of him in The Dogs of War, among other movies. Too bad they didn't make a sequel called The Cats of Peace.

It would more accurately be called The Cats of Arrogant Annoyance.
post #22 of 23
The most disturbing part of askmen.com is that people follow their advice. On the flip side…the more men that wear square-toad shoes the better my antiqued EGs or Trickers Spectators look. Granted, I’ve never been laid because of my shoes, but I do get compliments from the ladies. Somewhere in the world there is there a fetish club full of women who love english shoes, waiting just for me
post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by ravioli
Somewhere in the world there is there a fetish club full of women who love english shoes, waiting just for me

Actually, IIRC Al Bundy once landed a really beautiful "shoe groupie", but she was into men who sold women's shoes, not men with nice shoes.
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