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Will.i.n
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I have a lot of friends who struggle with dating in NY. There is always somebody more interesting, better looking, wealthier, etc.
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I wish we had some TWG White House tea in the cupboard! Click the pic for a sharper view.



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Sorry for the fuzzy light. My goodness, the pocket square has gone wild! But, I will keep it that way.
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My height is 180 cm.

For Threadbearer's question, 180 cm converts to 5' 11", and for reference sake, I am 5' 10", and am wearing UK size 9F shoes today, so if Anden's feet look particularly large, I suspect that it is warping of the image at the edge of the photo that is the culprit.

Also, TB, thanks for the thumbs-up on my tie choice from yesterday, but yesterday's suit was a dark brown, not grey - hence the choice of dark green.
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So many people on the forum are so short. At 6' 2" I can't imagine being that short any time soon. There must be something wrong with me.
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I have a lot of friends who struggle with dating in NY. There is always somebody more interesting, better looking, wealthier, etc.

Notice how it's only your friends with these shortcomings. There's clearly NO ONE in NYC with better hair hence your ongoing relationship...
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Will.i.n
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Notice how it's only your friends with these shortcomings. There's clearly NO ONE in NYC with better hair hence your ongoing relationship...

No arguments.
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So many people on the forum are so short. At 6' 2" I can't imagine being that short any time soon. There must be something wrong with me.

 

My grandma once said - "All men in our family are tall and handsome, well except you. But at least you stand steady when the wind blows hard"...

 

I am her favourite grand child :-)

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My grandma once said - "All men in our family are tall and handsome, well except you. But at least you stand steady when the wind blows hard"...

I am her favourite grand child :-)

My grandma once said about 3 weeks ago, "That's a nice tie. Can I blow my nose in it?"

I am her favorite grand child.
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

So many people on this forum are young and married. I am 26 and I cannot imagine being married any time soon. Something must be wrong with me.


I didn't get married until I was well into my 30s and that was only really to make it less hassle for immigration purposes - we were quite happy being partners. And in fact almost none of my friends who are married got married before 30. It does seem that now more people are getting married in their twenties again.

 

As someone who much prefers unmarried & childless life, one good thing about our present times is that it is much easier to choose a lifestyle that is amicable to an individual rather than feeling pressured for whatever reason to marry. Of course, financial and social pressures still exist, but I still think it's easier to remain happily unmarried than has been the case for a very long time. Of course, if someone genuinely wants to commit to share their existence with someone else, that's a brave and nice thing, I suppose, and I wish them well.

 

 

 

A lavender sort of day...

 

 

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Cheers mate, welcome back.
Today, grey skies means a grey suit. One of my slimmer suits and I definitely notice the extra 3kg I've put on in the last 2 months after being sick.
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Suit: Herringbone Grey POW
Shirt: Cottonwork blue dobby
Tie: Henry Carter Neckwear Navy stripe un-lined 7 fold
Shoes: Loake 1880 Brown Blackfriars

Brilliant shoe shine. Very good.

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As someone who much prefers unmarried & childless life, one good thing about our present times is that it is much easier to choose a lifestyle that is amicable to an individual rather than feeling pressured for whatever reason to marry. Of course, financial and social pressures still exist, but I still think it's easier to remain happily unmarried than has been the case for a very long time. Of course, if someone genuinely wants to commit to share their existence with someone else, that's a brave and nice thing, I suppose, and I wish them well.



A lavender sort of day...
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Would you say that hearing people's incessant whining about their marriages all day has influenced this worldview? (I gather you're a psychologist?) It's a curious thing how psychologists private lives can be adversely affected by their profession.

Anyway, pardon me chatting and not providing pics of fits...
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Will.i.n
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