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post #106 of 237
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Originally Posted by Jamesgatz View Post
For me the issue with Spalla is his penchant for generalization. If one reads his posts at WAYWRN, they are usually about "European" style, i.e. pinstripe odd jacket with jeans etc. Having lived all my life in Europe, I have yet to encounter anyone wearing such combinations, however (didn't see one such in Rome last weekend).

It's always about classes, nationalities, homos - never individuals. Even Luca is just a red herring to discuss homos and wannabe aristocrats.

In addition, it would be fairer for Spalla to post some pics of his own, allowing us to compare his sartorial credentials with Luca's.

Rome is also one of the worst wearing people citys as most of them are just tourist. First time I was there I was expected to see a lot of Ferrari, Maserati, Astons , Brionis etc etc. I didn't see any while I see severals a day in my horrible coast city.

Ey you got pictures of me on that thread. I got some news ready to upload, just need to cut my head off the picture. Ey I have never said anything about any nationality. Some of you are judging me by wrong clues.

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Sorry - just irritated. I don't suppose the gays of the world need a left-leaning, straight bloke getting bolshy on their behalf anyway.


I can't understand or translate that sentence.
post #107 of 237
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Originally Posted by Jamesgatz View Post
"European" style, i.e. pinstripe odd jacket with jeans etc.

Cheapskates do it.

Those who've worn out the trousers of the office suit, and think the jacket could do as a sports coat.

Nothing 'stylish' about that: stripes, any stripes, are the preserve of suits. If the trousers are gone, dump the coat.
post #108 of 237
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Cheapskates do it.

Those who've worn out the trousers of the office suit, and think the jacket could do as a sports coat.

Nothing 'stylish' about that: stripes, any stripes, are the preserve of suits. If the trousers are gone, dump the coat.

Ok and then I'll ask , Why couldn't I wear jeans with pinstripes if your " loved star" can wear those ridiculous and circus garments ?

Snobism? Lack of personality to criticise?

Proud to be Spalla.
post #109 of 237
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
Ok and then I'll ask , Why couldn't I wear jeans with pinstripes if your " loved star" can wear those ridiculous and circus garments ?

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Yeah Bengal-stripe, why?

post #110 of 237
Spalla, Charley and Winston are the "Axis of Feeble"
post #111 of 237
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
Ok and then I'll ask , Why couldn't I wear jeans with pinstripes if your " loved star" can wear those ridiculous and circus garments ?

Snobism? Lack of personality to criticise?

Proud to be Spalla.

Pic please, both of yourself (spalla) and "loved star" wearing pinstripes with jeans

Also, Spalla, please stop saying "homo", "faggot" etc.
post #112 of 237
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Originally Posted by Xiaogou View Post
Yeah Bengal-stripe, why?


I let reserved those for Mr. Tacky


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Originally Posted by M. Bardamu View Post
Spalla, Charley and Winston are the "Axis of Feeble"

And me, Aznar ?
post #113 of 237
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Pic please, both of yourself (spalla) and "loved star" wearing pinstripes with jeans

Also, Spalla, please stop saying "homo", "faggot" etc.

Ey I didn't called anyone faggot, all this is a misunderstanding. I even said that got respect for the ellegant homos, didn't know that homo was an insult. I thought was a more ellegant term for gay or people who likes their own sex, ok?

Is that ok? How should I call them instead? Please teach me.
post #114 of 237
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I was jesting. I like giving RSS a hard time and he has the good grace not to be offended. If you can read our PMs, you will see much worse things that I wrote to him.
Much much worse ... but DAMN good.
post #115 of 237
Luca Rubinacci has style, who cares whether it is good or bad. If he had no style that would be cause to give him stick.
post #116 of 237
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
you didn't know homosexuals are always very elegant and I'm not one for sweeping statements..
Is elegant a euphamism for something that is eluding me?


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You are a very brave man.
I suppose that's one way to put it.

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Originally Posted by JensenH View Post
If that is your theory, stick with it. So you wouldn't be offended if I were to compliment you on your elegance?
I am indeed elegant. If you say I'm not...why...I'll... I'll...I'll slap you.

BTW, that's a pharaphrase of my favorite Brady Bunch line spoken by character Cindy after someone accused her of being less than lady-like. Her response: "I am too a lady. If you say I'm not I'll bop you."
post #117 of 237
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
Ok and then I'll ask , Why couldn't I wear jeans with pinstripes if your " loved star" can wear those ridiculous and circus garments ? Snobism? Lack of personality to criticise? Proud to be Spalla.
Spalla, I love you...no homo...!!!
post #118 of 237
I like the GMT at the end.
post #119 of 237
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Originally Posted by George View Post
Spalla, I love you...no homo...!!!

I love you too while being not a gey either.
post #120 of 237
This thread has become a center of stupidity.
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