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No, you didn't.

Yepp I do when I feel something I write/say it, the end. 

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Please. Make it stop.

 

Braddock. Well done. Like Holdfast said, not my taste, but stylish.

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Yepp I do when I feel something I write/say it, the end. 

Have you been diagnosed yet? There are a few conditions that can cause people to blurt out their thoughts without regard for the feelings of others and whether or not they contribute to the conversation -- ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, and Tourette Syndrome, among others.

I obviously can't tell you what you have, but make no mistake, this is considered a mental disability and it can be treated.
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Originally Posted by Ant Honey View Post

Please. Make it stop.

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Have you been diagnosed yet? There are a few conditions that can cause people to blurt out their thoughts without regard for the feelings of others and whether or not they contribute to the conversation -- ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, and Tourette Syndrome, among others.
I obviously can't tell you what you have, but make no mistake, this is considered a mental disability and it can be treated.

I heard wearing TOM FORD cures all of those syndromes.
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Has anyone considered that the whitepigeon in a cape may really be Sir F (in a cape)...

Just a thought.

Occlusive.. Reclusive.. Delusive..
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Originally Posted by Citan1145 View Post


Totally, I should have spruced this up for work by wearing a linen navy and white striped cape and a paisley ascot instead of the invisible tie and maybe some pinky rings too.
Ok I know a feeding the troll here but I find this to be too funny to ignore.
Between Whitepigeon and sacksuitlover we seem to be egging on the new era of pseudo european trolls. I miss Viktor.

Avec your pardon......?

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Whitepigeon isn't a troll, unfortunately for him.
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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

Ok, just kill me.

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Originally Posted by deandbn View Post

Has anyone considered that the whitepigeon in a cape may really be Sir F (in a cape)...
Just a thought.
Occlusive.. Reclusive.. Delusive..

Unfortunately I have to conclude that sometimes even the best hight quality cape developed for men cannot hide the lack of courtesy of so called "gentlemen".

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Hmmmm.... What the fuck is a cape? ffffuuuu.gif
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I heard wearing TOM FORD cures all of those syndromes.

yepp, well now I have TF and still got that problem... :D

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Whitepigeon, just wear your cape
I'm looking forward to see something more suitable for the cape, I don't like the shoes and the trousers
Sometimes here in Chile you can see Huasos walking around with all their Trajes de huaso complete which is really interesting
Sometimes we see regular people walking with ponchos because it's winter time here and Ponchos of wool are really warm, sometimes even warmer than overcoats
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Very nice butch, liked this alot!

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