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I have no idea what she said. All I know is that she gave me a bj on the 1st and I fucked her on the 2ndlol8%5B1%5D.gif After that I was bored with her and got another prospect

Dude, this is not DT.
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Most of your responses have been exceedingly douchey and condescending but this bit of jackassery is something I can support.

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From a Joisy Boy, I'll accept that.
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It's hornback LIZARD...

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post #319 of 325
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they have also broken a few necks

Nice to see what all the fuss is about when they are put on a pair of feet. The live up to the praise IMO.
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Strangely, people seem to like my brown Danskos! biggrin.gif
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Nice to see what all the fuss is about when they are put on a pair of feet. The live up to the praise IMO.

I agree. I have said i need some cigar shell brogues, now I REALLY need some!
post #322 of 325

These are my favourite shoes, and probably what have gotten the most positive attention of all the things in my wardrobe.

 

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From a swedish brand called Pari. 325 Euro, shoetrees included. Made in Portugal, calf skin, goodyear welted and comparable to my pair of Santoni FAM in at least perceived quality.

 

These are rather new, but have gotten me loads of compliments already.

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These are from Herring shoes (duh), the Arezzo boot. The distressed finish is much nicer in real life. A good alternative for all of us who want, but can't afford the Tod's Gommini-boot.

 


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These are rather new, but have gotten me loads of compliments already.
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These are from Herring shoes (duh), the Arezzo boot. The distressed finish is much nicer in real life. A good alternative for all of us who want, but can't afford the Tod's Gommini-boot.

I just bought this Arezzo boot as well in exactly the same colour, although a lovely boot overall the heel is really a horrible eyesore and I'm considering sending them back because of it.
post #324 of 325
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These are rather new, but have gotten me loads of compliments already.
350x350px-LL-4e4fe26d_eff1a824176b11e19e4a12313813ffc0_7.jpeg

These are from Herring shoes (duh), the Arezzo boot. The distressed finish is much nicer in real life. A good alternative for all of us who want, but can't afford the Tod's Gommini-boot.

I just bought this Arezzo boot as well in exactly the same colour, although a lovely boot overall the heel is really a horrible eyesore and I'm considering sending them back because of it.
post #325 of 325
Dark brown museum calf John Lobb Chapels. I don't wear them often, but I don't think I've ever worn them for a day without someone commenting on them favorably.
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