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post #1366 of 1680
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
Is this thread about Sartorial Mythbusting or University Masturbating?

I like to think that we can cover both themes at once.

Oh, good: a new page.


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post #1367 of 1680
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
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.
I honestly don't know the difference. All I know is that she's daughter to Prince Michael of Kent and it was rumored that she might marry Prince William one day--of course, that doesn't look like it's going to happen now. It will please you to know that upon graduation, she badmouthed Brown and the U.S. as provincial to the press. In describing Providence, she referred to the area around Paragon on Thayer Street as the city's "Greek Quarter," which I'm sure both you and RJ will find humorous.
post #1368 of 1680
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Originally Posted by RJman View Post
I think the statue of Fayed himself may have scared off:


Drape?




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post #1369 of 1680
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
Is this thread about Sartorial Mythbusting or University Masturbating?
Well, you're either masturbating your own university or letting Harvard take you up the rear. At least, that's what I learned on the mean streets of Providence. I'm sure there's room for a reference to veins somewhere in there, but I didn't want to get RJ more excited than he already is.
post #1370 of 1680
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It will please you to know that upon graduation, she badmouthed Brown and the U.S. as provincial to the press. In describing Providence, she referred to the area around Paragon on Thayer Street as the city's "Greek Quarter," which I'm sure both you and RJ will find humorous.

Was she familiar with the area around 318 Chalkstone Ave? It is also the home to Greek habits.


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post #1371 of 1680
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Was she familiar with the area around 318 Chalkstone Ave? It is also the home to Greek habits.

Personal experience?
post #1372 of 1680
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Drape?


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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
I'm sure there's room for a reference to veins somewhere in there, but I didn't want to get RJ more excited than he already is.



It is apposite to suggest a pithy quote from Fayed himself on a related subject: "I have a small cock but big balls."

Note the lack of illusions and lucidity about where his proper assets lie.

Sh!t, I just realized I'm beginning to write like you voxxxxy.
post #1373 of 1680
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Originally Posted by RJman View Post
It is apposite to suggest a pithy quote from Fayed himself on a related subject: "I have a small cock but big balls." Note the lack of illusions and lucidity about where his proper assets lie.
That tells us nothing about his vein definition and density. Or perhaps, as you suggest, veins were not his strong suit. Seriously, though, what's your beef with Paragon? It's easily the most popular restaurant for Brown kids.
post #1374 of 1680
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
I honestly don't know the difference. All I know is that she's daughter to Prince Michael of Kent and it was rumored that she might marry Prince William one day--of course, that doesn't look like it's going to happen now.

It will please you to know that upon graduation, she badmouthed Brown and the U.S. as provincial to the press. In describing Providence, she referred to the area around Paragon on Thayer Street as the city's "Greek Quarter," which I'm sure both you and RJ will find humorous.

Sartorial mythbusting ?
post #1375 of 1680
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Originally Posted by clee1982 View Post
Sartorial mythbusting ?

Vox started it.
post #1376 of 1680
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Seriously, though, what's your beef with Paragon?

I see that you failed to parse his tartare story.


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post #1377 of 1680
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I see that you failed to parse his tartare story.
No, I think the (RJ)man with $3000 shoes is trying to imply I'm being a snob for frequenting a restaurant in college that sells $8 burgers and tops out at $16 for salmon. What can I say? My dorm didn't have a chef .
post #1378 of 1680
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
No, I think the (RJ)man with $3000 shoes is trying to imply I'm being a snob for frequenting a restaurant in college that sells $8 burgers and tops out at $16 for salmon. What can I say? My dorm didn't have a chef .

Wait a second...why would salmon be twice the cost of a burger?

Is not salmon from the sea?




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Yawn.
post #1380 of 1680
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
Yawn.

Wow. That brought the energy level of this page down.

Time for another push, people.

Where are the Germans?


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