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So that's what a drape suit is for: Preventing you from getting fired. Must have an effect similar to this:

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Thread Starter 
The drape of this pink get-up is superb IMO.

post #168 of 197
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Originally Posted by tailorgod View Post
So it's the opposite? Once you wear drape you're sending the signal:

"Nothing can touch me, motherf*ckers! You got nothing on me, because I am relaxed!"

Interesting!

You are quick learner, (one of your good attrirbutes besides the demi-godness). Alas, one nuance that you miss is that when one is ensconced in softness and drapery, one doesn't need to be profane in speech or shout. A simple nod or a flick of an eyebrow is devastating enough.

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Originally Posted by Martin Stall View Post
Vox, is a drape suit a requirement when one wants to use martini's as a weapon?

Have you read or seen The Thin Man? If so, you already know the answer, which is, "Yes."

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Originally Posted by tailorgod View Post
Vox got it easy.
Broad chest and a well cut (drape)suit , while others may need this to be noticed in the first place:



Generally speaking!


The more classic choice for mocking the small would be the Oxford Dictionary, but I suppose a cushion works also.

But I warn you: my more diminutive drapist brethren require not only seated elevation: they require, and get, scalps and other un-PC trophies from war.

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Originally Posted by ohm View Post
It's ok, you're wearing a drape suit now. Nobody can ever fire you again.

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Originally Posted by tailorgod View Post
So that's what a drape suit is for: Preventing you from getting fired. Must have an effect similar to this:


I will discuss this further, now that you both bring this up, mostly for the benefit of SF's younger members, and the wider community of the mentally challenged.

I went into the snark industry because of the job security, and frankly, extraordinary profit sharing. There's also the benefit of being able to drink while working, much like a Bavarian but with a better class of alcohol. Today, it was a '98 Dom Perignon at midday.

Gentlemen: it has been a pleasure visiting this thread.


- B
post #169 of 197
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Originally Posted by Bull View Post
Let's continue to discuss pull...


Ooops.

Oh, here's a sequence of someone working on an uncanvassed top for Miss Perry:



The tailor with the tats and the black wifebeater patting up the boobies?

Our very own tailorgod! I really didn't know that his hair was that long, though.


- B
post #170 of 197
Thread Starter 
Another great "drape" specimen...

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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Ooops.

Oh, here's a sequence of someone working on an uncanvassed top for Miss Perry:



The tailor with the tats and the black wifebeater patting up the boobies?

Our very own tailorgod! I really didn't know that his hair was that long, though.


- B

Hair and tatties were my disguise! How else would I have gotten the job?
Seriously, you just envy me for this experience!
Covering my excitement was the hardest part!
Of course, the Oxford dictionary is the "classic" choice, but it's so much more heavy. Plus you can cover that cushion with the cloth of your suit to make it less noticeable and add more comfort to it so you can have the whole "drape experience", so to say!
I wonder what A&S or Rubinacci charge for that extra service...?
post #172 of 197
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Originally Posted by Bull View Post
Another great "drape" specimen...


Don't worry, in a while she'll look like this:

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EDIT: better not, Martin
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Stupid asshole Martin.
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You what?
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bother
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Me? Nah
post #178 of 197
There are worse jobs than being Katy's tit-plasterer.
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There are worse jobs than being Katy's tit-plasterer.

Your words should be italicized, which I have just done.


- B
post #180 of 197
In a world of recieved wisdom taken from the internet, I feel obliged to add that our esteemed forum member Voxsartoria (admired and envied by so many (not me though) for his wit, suits , perfect bone structure and last, but not least, his hair style) was (hopefully) merely joking when reporting that I was the woman plastering Katy's breasts.
I feel the deeply felt need to apologise for picking up and continuing that joke.
A special apology goes out to all those who got aroused by the thought of a man changing his gender.

I'm about 7' feet tall, like most north German men, and there is no way I could be turned into that redhead women, especially since all the lengths are in proportion.
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