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post #1351 of 1680
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You couldn't walk in there wearing a OCBD without inviting next-level ironic scorn.

But now you willingly expose yourself to next-level ironic scorn from old guys on SF.

--Andre
post #1352 of 1680
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This page is now more plusses than minuses. Everyone: well done.
Hold on, I'm having a VoxMoment. Did British royalty ever attend Harvard? Gabriella Windsor was my year at Brown. She was a reprehensible Euro-snob, but that's neither here nor there.
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But now you willingly expose yourself to next-level ironic scorn from old guys on SF.
I don't have to smell you.
post #1353 of 1680
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I don't have to smell you.

You learn something new every day. I did not know that hipsters had a smell.

--Andre
post #1354 of 1680
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You learn something new every day. I did not know that hipsters had a smell.

Vintage tee shirts and used banana seats you carry to class tend to be smugly odorous.
post #1355 of 1680
This new page is dismal.


- B
post #1356 of 1680
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Did you go to Paragon on Thayer? That was our most regular dinner spot.


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Hold on, I'm having a VoxMoment. Did British royalty ever attend Harvard? Gabriella Windsor was my year at Brown. She was a reprehensible Euro-snob, but that's neither here nor there.
This is not a card you want to play.



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I don't have to smell you.

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This new page is dismal.
Yes, the comment about odorous seats has nauseated me.
post #1357 of 1680
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:GLENROYAL BRIEFCASE, MORE PICTURES ADDED: RJMAN SUCCUMBS: Glenroyal briefcase, Smythson planner, ties from Sulka, Seaward & Stearn, French Alan Flusser Marc Guyot and others, Hermes phoque wallet, shell cufflinks and moar for sale!!!!!

Why sell these if you can simply give them to the John Hay? I hear that they use handsome donor nameplates.




- B
post #1358 of 1680
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Wtf are you rolling your eyes at? How could that possibly offend you?
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This is not a card you want to play.
Played and played.
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Yes, the comment about odorous seats has nauseated me.
Odorous banana seats.
post #1359 of 1680
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Why sell these if you can simply give them to the John Hay? I hear that they use handsome donor nameplates.




- B

Meaner than usual. Have I hit a nerve? I can sell you a copy of the Memoirs of Baron de Rede if you like. I also need to pass on my collection of Rupert Everett novels if you are interested -- they're quite rare too.


EDIT: Where is Schneidergott? Has Cravate-Noire spirited him out through ODESSA?
post #1360 of 1680
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This new page is dismal.

You are evading my question re: British royalty.
post #1361 of 1680
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Hold on, I'm having a VoxMoment. Did British royalty ever attend Harvard? Gabriella Windsor was my year at Brown. She was a reprehensible Euro-snob, but that's neither here nor there.

Titled aristrocracy are the scum of the earth. Royalty, however, are unavoidably charming. You would understand this more if you simply spent enough time at the Diana/Fayed memorials in Harrod's.

- B
post #1362 of 1680
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EDIT: Where is Schneidergott? Has Cravate-Noire spirited him out through ODESSA?

Probably driven away by the scent of iGent hipsters.

--Andre
post #1363 of 1680
Is this thread about Sartorial Mythbusting or University Masturbating?
post #1364 of 1680
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Meaner than usual. Have I hit a nerve? I can sell you a copy of the Memoirs of Baron de Rede if you like. I also need to pass on my collection of Rupert Everett novels if you are interested -- they're quite rare too.

Selling is so distasteful compared to buying.

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EDIT: Where is Schneidergott? Has Cravate-Noire spirited him out through ODESSA?

I believe that God found out about Piobare's avatar, and then Mitteleuropa genetics took over.

A&S smelling salts might bring him back.


- B
post #1365 of 1680
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Titled aristrocracy are the scum of the earth. Royalty, however, are unavoidably charming. You would understand this more if you simply spent enough time at the Diana/Fayed memorials in Harrod's.

- B

I think the statue of Fayed himself may have scared off:

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