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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post

Vaux-le-Vicomte is a beautiful castle...

Ah, hence the avatar pic. After deep digging in my brain, I thought his name started with comte de.
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post

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Ah, hence the avatar pic. After deep digging in my brain, I thought his name started with comte de.

It is the castle which inspired Versailles ...

His owner Nicolas Fouquet ,argentier du Roi was arrested by a jealous Louis XIV because of its magnificence...

The Sun King didn't like being overshadowed by his subjects...
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"The Sun King" awesome song. The Beatles- Abbey Road Side 2, track 4. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by Minarchist View Post

I covet that hat/sunglasses combo.
...RL makes hats now? What line are those in?

I don't think thats a RL hat, even though they do have hats - but I've never seen a RL fedora
post #8705 of 12982
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Originally Posted by Fred H. View Post

Grew up on a high mountain ranch in Idaho where the fall pheasant hunting was superb...
My papa would have loved this tie:
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From Tetinotetê

When is Norman Hilton going to update its website.. ffs maybe I should email them for a job to manage their site and marketing.
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post

It is the castle which inspired Versailles ...
His owner Nicolas Fouquet ,argentier du Roi was arrested by a jealous Louis XIV because of its magnificence...
The Sun King didn't like being overshadowed by his subjects...

Merci pour cette leçon.
post #8707 of 12982
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Originally Posted by Fred H. View Post

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Anyone here old enough to remember when a close-shave was a requisite for respectability?
That is, unless you were Commander Whitehead, or Prince Michael.
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post

Anyone here old enough to remember when a close-shave was a requisite for respectability?
That is, unless you were Commander Whitehead, or Prince Michael.

Not that I mind the shave in the image at all.

But yes - I certainly remember those days.

I'm pretty certain my father would rather have been flogged than miss his evening shave before dinner. Even if it was just dinner with the family at home.

5 o'clock shadow being so unacceptable and all that.
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post

Not that I mind the shave in the image at all.
But yes - I certainly remember those days.
I'm pretty certain my father would rather have been flogged than miss his evening shave before dinner. Even if it was just dinner with the family at home.
5 o'clock shadow being so unacceptable and all that.

My Dad too, but only when my folks went out for the evening,
which was frequent.
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post

My Dad too, but only when my folks went out for the evening,
which was frequent.

I wonder how many men still shave twice daily?
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

I wonder how many men still shave twice daily?

Not I.

MAYBE if I'm going out for a swellegent affair......but that would be it for me.
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I have the luxury of being able to shave every other day, on average. Not sure why, I attribute it to evolution. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post

I wonder how many men still shave twice daily?

I can shave every 3 days and still look acceptable. I can't grow a beard for shit. frown.gif
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Spoo it's all that Versace stuff you're handlin'! It's givin' you Low-T!
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Originally Posted by Fred H. View Post

Spoo it's all that Versace stuff you're handlin'! It's givin' you Low-T!

All that Tom Ford must counteract though!
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