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post #46 of 12809
What are you implying with that comment Sartrolliast?
post #47 of 12809
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Originally Posted by Flieger View Post
What are you implying with that comment Sartrolliast?

In high school I had a pair of olive cotton plus-fours...Italian Army surplus.

The knees were padded. Perfect for praying or surrendering, I thought at the time.

Now, of course, padded knees bring to mind the slogan of a long-closed downtown leather bar called The Altar:

"Confess. Kneel. Worship."
post #48 of 12809
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post

Ideal stacking, not droop, but drape.

- M
post #49 of 12809
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Originally Posted by mack11211 View Post
In high school I had a pair of olive cotton plus-fours...Italian Army surplus.

The knees were padded. Perfect for praying or surrendering, I thought at the time.

Now, of course, padded knees bring to mind the slogan of a long-closed downtown leather bar called The Altar:

"Confess. Kneel. Worship."

well I kind of had the same experience in high school. I had a nice pair of pants in a fabulous fabric that had a vertical zipper on the backpanel. I thought this was intended to facilitate going to the toilet etc. Little did I know it was meant to facilitate the entrance of a PenOr in my rear end. The brand of the pants: Catamite, should have alerted me to this but at that time my knowledge of the greek language was only in its puerile phase.
post #50 of 12809
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pants in a fabulous fabric that had a vertical zipper on the backpanel. I thought this was intended to facilitate going to the toilet etc. Little did I know it was meant to facilitate the entrance of a PenOr in my rear end.


WT , You serious ?
post #51 of 12809
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
, no one posted pics from my favourite blog


James is just legend...
post #52 of 12809
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Originally Posted by bigbris1 View Post
Look Ma! It's Lucky!


I like this.
Wrong tie though.
post #53 of 12809
This is just way too much plaid. I can't imagine it looking good on even the best looking guy on earth.

post #54 of 12809
That's painfully bad.
post #55 of 12809
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post
This is just way too much plaid. I can't imagine it looking good on even the best looking guy on earth.


As Manton might say, that's a jacketing cloth, not a suiting one.
post #56 of 12809
Again, not very recent:

Domenico Spano





post #57 of 12809
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Originally Posted by IndianBoyz View Post
Again, not very recent, yet still admirable:

Sorry but I don't see anything admirable about those outfits.
post #58 of 12809
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
Sorry but I don't see anything admirable about those outfits.

I like his jackets and I think he pulls off bowties well.
post #59 of 12809
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As Manton might say, that's a jacketing cloth, not a suiting one.

+1, would make a nice SC

http://postfiles8.naver.net/20100130...56.jpg?type=w2

http://postfiles8.naver.net/20100130...56.jpg?type=w2

http://postfiles4.naver.net/20100130...56.jpg?type=w2
post #60 of 12809
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, no one posted pics from my favourite blog


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