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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
You'll get sick of it. It looks like a belly button.

I liked your one button jackets.


- B
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I liked your one button jackets.
The minimalism and painful precision of the one-button format wasn't jiving right with the overall aesthetic for me.
post #498 of 507
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
The minimalism and painful precision of the one-button format wasn't jiving right with the overall aesthetic for me.
Given the precision of your foofing ... that's easy to understand. Given my nonchalant approach to clothing ... it works quite well for me.
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The minimalism and painful precision of the one-button format wasn't jiving right with the overall aesthetic for me.
Well, I hear what you're saying, but considered part of a whole (fabrics, accessories, aesthetic) I think that you have so many moderating attributes in how you dress that you are among the few for whom the geometry of one button worked great. Three is good, too, so if that increased your comfort, c'est la vie. - B
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Given the precision of your foofing ... that's easy to understand. Given my nonchalant approach to clothing ... it works quite well for me.

I also like the silhouette and the clean look of a one button..

RSS ,you're a real Huntsman 's man...
post #501 of 507
I like one the one button coat for summer wear.
post #502 of 507
This thread is positively screaming for an "Oops."
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Thanks. Hopefully you're right. Eh. That's not me. I try to be as friendly as possible. Well, I'm 28 and surrounded by 28-year-olds. I think that pretty much explains it. That's not exactly what I'm getting at. I have no intention of dressing to please others and I don't feel bad about myself. However, it is massively irritating that my clothes wind up dominating conversation whether I like it or not.
You do like it, that is why you entered the self- loving BDRM contest and have logged thousands of entries!!!
post #504 of 507
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Originally Posted by RSS View Post
1-button coats make up about half the tailored pieces of my wardrobe ... and I rather like them. Of course, I have always thought of belly buttons as something that holds the potential to be sexy ... depending greatly upon the subject of my admiration.

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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I liked your one button jackets.


- B

I think this qualifies as an "Oops."
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Originally Posted by ohm View Post
I think this qualifies as an "Oops."

Yeah but I meant this kind - -

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Originally Posted by hamish5178 View Post
is the today show appearance on youtube? linky?

did anyone ever post this? the entire video is here...
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540...56404#32656404
post #507 of 507
Whenever I hear "Yale" I think of "the whole Yale thing".
What "Yale thing"?
Well, for one he is a closet homosexual who does a lot of cocain...that Yale thing.

Best movie ever.
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