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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

stitches, how does your wife feel about the facial hair? (srs question). when mine gets too long (like... 1/8th of yours) mine gets pretty annoyed with it.

Oonay navarna tozhasamaya barada yest v'pizde wink.gif
post #94427 of 117668
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Originally Posted by steveoffice View Post

I like the beard stitches. If anything I would make it bigger smile.gif

thanks! i like it too, but the wife will be drafting divorce papers at any moment if i dont remedy the beard situation. and i do agree with her, that i look better with it trimmed.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

stitches, how does your wife feel about the facial hair? (srs question). when mine gets too long (like... 1/8th of yours) mine gets pretty annoyed with it.

see above. frown.gif
post #94428 of 117668
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

thanks! i like it too, but the wife will be drafting divorce papers at any moment if i dont remedy the beard situation. and i do agree with her, that i look better with it trimmed.
see above. frown.gif

In the unfortunate situation of divorce at least there is a get : p

Shabbot shalom!
post #94429 of 117668
AFL, I like those dh. 17.5cm?
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I think I'm out of thumbs, but yeah that Linguist look is cool. Shirt really makes it too.

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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post


The whole thing is a hilarious mishmash of stuff. The trousers I self-hemmed when I was not particularly good with a machine; they're too short, the right leg is also a couple mm shorter than the left; the shirt is a total banker's spread collar that I haven't even ironed (walking out the door in 10), and, well, the rest is sort of just absorbed by my usual slovenly appearance.

 

actually this is what makes this, and most mc-oriented stuff, look so good imo. scruffy and disheveled much better than all clean-n-neat.

post #94432 of 117668
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

actually this is what makes this, and most mc-oriented stuff, look so good imo. scruffy and disheveled much better than all clean-n-neat.

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post #94433 of 117668
I look mad creepy, but I don't care cause finals are over, and i'm about to go drink too many beers on the beach.
post #94434 of 117668
@mark- interesting print on the top. the color of pants makes the outfit look like what a middle age man would wear at the bar of a beach resort. Wear a colored pant in a primary color (red, yellow, blue) roll up the sleeves, don't wear a tee underneath, and a woven leather shoe like this from Frye
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I don't mind the color of the pants, cause they're linen, and comfy as hell, and I am going to act like a middle aged white dude at a resort today, i.e drink too much and act really...white? i dunno.
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Originally Posted by A Fellow Linguist View Post

from yesterday:



Prorsum/Dior/Buttero

Summer is coming!
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I may need more drawstrings.

 

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going to see the Great Gatsby tonight with some friends and they all wanted to dress up(great gatsby style I suppose but I don't own any suits, sports coats, or wingtips.) I don't really have any nicer clothes so I threw this together. thoughts?
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LOOKING LIKE TOMMY BUCHANAN HIMSELF THERE PAL!
post #94440 of 117668
Looked good until I got to the cuff, socks, and shoes.
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