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post #31 of 54
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Originally Posted by tattersall
You should take your parents shopping with you - salespeople will be more helpful with a grown-up present.
I'm sure they are more helpful when a woman is present. Why not take the vicuna since the lady's paying for it?
post #32 of 54
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Originally Posted by LabelKing
I'm sure they are more helpful when a woman is present.

Why not take the vicuna since the lady's paying for it?

A camel's hair will do.
post #33 of 54
What you reactionaries fail to see here is that LabelKing is simply taking direct guerilla action against the dilution of our language. He should be applauded.
post #34 of 54
Yes, indeed. And while I would have likely pegged LK as a devotee of the Cravatte (and he has surprised me here), I agree.
post #35 of 54
Shouldn't Americans by that same logic be spelling "colour", "centre", "plough" etc. rather than the diluted forms of the words they use? All I'm seeing is him purposely trying to confuse salespeople as some sort of attempt to get back at them for providing unsatisfactory service last time, as he said himself.
post #36 of 54
I am the King of Three Inch Scarves.
post #37 of 54
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang
I am the King of Three Inch Scarves.

I am the king of three inch scarves.
post #38 of 54
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Originally Posted by pejsek
Yes, indeed. And while I would have likely pegged LK as a devotee of the Cravatte (and he has surprised me here), I agree.
Bow ties are more my bag.
post #39 of 54
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We live in tea-churning times.
post #40 of 54
I wish I'd been there. I'll have to try it myself at Saks or NM.
post #41 of 54
My fault with your actions is not in the use of the expression, it is that it was obvious they didn't understand what you were talking about when they were bringing you the wrong item. The classy thing to do would have been to educate them promptly instead of letting them run around like fools. There are other ways to get better service then wasting the salespeoples time. If the assistance was so bad last time I would think the preferred reaction is simply not to shop there rather then play games.
post #42 of 54
I applaud LK for shaking the cage of these dolts who pretend to know of things sartorial. Most of these people could just as well be selling hot dogs.
post #43 of 54
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Originally Posted by Tomasso
I applaud LK for shaking the cage of these dolts who pretend to know of things sartorial. Most of these people could just as well be selling hot dogs.
What I suspect is that many of these people have the oddly imperious attitude of those hawking hot dogs without anything standing behind them.
post #44 of 54
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Originally Posted by tattersall
You should take your parents shopping with you - salespeople will be more helpful with a grown-up present.
LOL! I see what you did there... you insinuated that LK is young. Goddamn that's funny.
post #45 of 54
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Originally Posted by Edward Appleby
LOL! I see what you did there... you insinuated that LK is young. Goddamn that's funny.
That ran the gamut from A to B.
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