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You are one smart man.

He has lucky face too
post #62 of 79
Gosh, you guys are mean.
post #63 of 79
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Originally Posted by Acéphale View Post
He has lucky face too

haha looks like somebody has been to temple street!
post #64 of 79
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Well there's more than one Baron it seems.
This makes sense guys, as I can't imagine anyone being impressed withe place I went to.
Where is the real Baron found please?

holy crap, come to think of it, "baron" is a popular business name amongst the chinese. why is that?
post #65 of 79
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holy crap, come to think of it, "baron" is a popular business name amongst the chinese. why is that?

coz it is better than being called Sam's
post #66 of 79
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coz it is better than being called Sam's

post #67 of 79
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haha looks like somebody has been to temple street!

I try to avoid venturing to the Dark Side.

(occasional Weekends notwithoutindulging)
post #68 of 79
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You are one smart man.
An easy enough to understand mistake I would have thought kolecho. How about offering something helpful instead being such a smart arse.
Thanks Gazman, I'll ask Peter for the secret stuff that you wear.
post #69 of 79
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An easy enough to understand mistake I would have thought kolecho. How about offering something helpful instead being such a smart arse.
Thanks Gazman, I'll ask Peter for the secret stuff that you wear.

Gazman only wears to other kind of Patek Phillipe on his wrist, and I can confirm it's ugly
post #70 of 79
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An easy enough to understand mistake I would have thought kolecho. How about offering something helpful instead being such a smart arse.
Thanks Gazman, I'll ask Peter for the secret stuff that you wear.

I am not as smart as you, but perhaps you should have asked for help. Many SFers pass through HK and get a lot of helpful advice, and some nice company to boot for drinks. I think you are the smartarse here trying to go about things on your own and hitting a wall.
post #71 of 79
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Gazman only wears to other kind of Patek Phillipe on his wrist, and I can confirm it's ugly
- I thought it was an Emporio Armani he was wearing?
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I am not as smart as you, but perhaps you should have asked for help. Many SFers pass through HK and get a lot of helpful advice, and some nice company to boot for drinks. I think you are the smartarse here trying to go about things on your own and hitting a wall.
- Agreed, as mentioned in my earlier post
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post #72 of 79
Oh please. Do you know how silly and pompous that sounds? How dare i wander about in HK without prior approval of the SF members. And I hardly call popping into a wrong tailors hitting a wall. I live in Honkers by the way and had a day off and thought I'd try and follow up some of the advice offered here.
Thankfully, most people in SF understand that, regardless of age, we need to ask questions occasionally and they offer helpful advice.
post #73 of 79
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How dare i wander about in HK without prior approval of the SF members.

Erm...

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Hadn't been shopping in TST for years and years so it was a lot of fun tracking down the tailors and also the Uniqlo store.

Not a wasted trip then

Oh and if anyone needs to know where Tassels is located it is downstairs from my waxing salon next to Louboutin behind M&S in Central.
post #74 of 79
Hmm, I also visit HK without notice, and usually do not visit tailors.
post #75 of 79
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Originally Posted by Acéphale View Post
I try to avoid venturing to the Dark Side.

(occasional Weekends notwithoutindulging)

thats not temple street, thats shanghai street dude
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