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Anyone who owns an original NES is alright in my book.

haha I just found mine a couple weekends ago while sorting through boxes of stuff...
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Ok not a prick but a fashionista freak...

You can see from the way the fabric is resting on his leg the trousers are not fitted...

No need to be a master tailor to see that...

He's walking...
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He's not running for heaven's sake...
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Originally Posted by southernstyle View Post

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUrO6kVoCdE

Little video of Al Bazar and Lino

I see that Lino (what's his full name, please?) can tie another man's tie in about six seconds, getting a very good look. He uses that four in hand with the extra wrap, and the way he holds his three fingers under both turns and reaches through to grab the blade is very instructive, to me.

What's that knot called?
Edited by Poindexter - 7/18/11 at 10:25pm
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When I was in Lino Ieluzzi's store (here you have his full name), I didnt realize for what a nice sportscoat that carpet would make up!
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Originally Posted by Poindexter View Post



I see that Lino (what's his full name, please?) can tie another man's tie in about six seconds, getting a very good look. He uses that four in hand with the extra turn, and the way he holds his three fingers under both turns and reaches through to grab the blade is very instructive, to me.

What's that knot called?


Double four-in-hand

 

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The green plaid / check? You must be a bigger guy. That would give me an acute case of Dreaded PeeWee Herman Syndrome.
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Is the monks-partly-unbuckled thing to make them slip on/off like loafers, to look all "I was just having sex when you came in so I threw on whatever I had and ran out to see you," or both?
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Originally Posted by Achillus View Post

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I had a school blazer that looked like this...mind you I was 15 years old.

It's an interesting look he has going on there; not my cup of tea, but he has his own style and it beats the imbecility of saggy pants any day of the week.
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I like the contrast old England school uniform and the more Rastaish look...

I don't like the chain...
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Originally Posted by Costanza View Post

Is the monks-partly-unbuckled thing to make them slip on/off like loafers, to look all "I was just having sex when you came in so I threw on whatever I had and ran out to see you," or both?

I think it looks like "I just came through security at the airport"
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