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post #16 of 20
Whatever it is, NM has had this coat (at a higher price) on its Last Call sale. Nice, but not so nice that I pulled the trigger.

Perry
post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by grimslade
I prefer my version, even if his tastes better.

So, Mr. Orylag Agent, do you just periodically scan the Net looking for references to Orylag so you can put us on the straight-and-narrow about the stuff?

I try! I make it my mission in life to educate people about beautiful things ... Just kidding... It happens to be an amazing product and very few people know about it yet.

By the way - has anybody told you that you look like Gabriel Byrne?
post #18 of 20
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Originally Posted by edmorel
Very interesting information. Did you know that there is a thriving "plushies" sexual fetish movement here in the US. People both use the plushes and dress up as plushes to do you know what. I wonder if your product will become the must-have item for this group!


I certainly do hope so. If you are part of this group, I'll be very happy to provide you with accessories And please tell all your member friends - hopefully they'll increase in number like...rabbits
post #19 of 20
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Originally Posted by Orylagagent
By the way - has anybody told you that you look like Gabriel Byrne?

Yeah, I get that all the time.
post #20 of 20
I bought a Belvest jacket that is 60% Orylag and it is quite soft. It is a little heavier than cashmere though.
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