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Good looking dogs, though. Sorry about your pents!
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No fits from you for quite some time, Stitch?

lolz. just not feelin it right now. maybe next week. smile.gif
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Our crazy dog lady tax accountant recently found an excuse which allows her apparently to bring her two overzealous tick catchers to work every day.

One of which in a fit of horniness drooled all over my flannels...











I wonder what the law has to say about defenestration of animals.

Sir, those aren't DOGS, they are dachshunds. A species much superior to the common dog. Just ask them. I haven't met one yet that wasn't convinced it was a human temporarily wearing a dog suit.
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That looks kind of stupid, like I matched tie and overcoat, but then again that was another day I was going to Fashion Week a few weeks ago for that uni stuff.
Bespoke overcoat is great fun from immensly heavy Harrison's camelhair/wool with 'Edwardian' back, I have to take a nice image of that some day.

A%3E
Edited by Cravate_Noire - 3/28/13 at 2:04pm
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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

I wonder what the law has to say about defenestration of animals.

 

First, those dogs are super cute. Second, how is your vocabulary so ridiculous? Most native speakers have never heard the word defenestration, much less know what it means.

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I wonder what the law has to say about defenestration of animals.

You may defenestrate the dogs only if: 1). You are in Prague; 2). The dogs are Catholic; 3). You are Protestant; and 4). You wish to re-start the Thirty Years War.

Besides, they're not only dachshunds, but long-haired dachshunds, the friendlier (by far) variant of said pooches (the smooth-coated ones have no personalities, in my limited experience).
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Yeah... I find it pretty hard to hate on dachshunds.
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Sir, those aren't DOGS, they are dachshunds. A species much superior to the common dog. Just ask them. I haven't met one yet that wasn't convinced it was a human temporarily wearing a dog suit.

inb4spoo.
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Kappelan - those are some serious lapels.

They truly are smile.gif
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Hackett
Finamore
J. Crew
Attolini
Talbott
Creed Epicea
Panta
Crockett Jones
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post

That looks kind of stupid, like I matched tie and overcoat, but then again that was another day I was going to Fashion Week a few weeks ago for that uni stuff.
Bespoke overcoat is great fun from immensly heavy Harrison's camelhair/wool with 'Edwardian' back, I have to take a nice image of that some day.

%3EI'd%20love%20to%20see%20that%20coat!
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You may defenestrate the dogs only if: 1). You are in Prague; 2). The dogs are Catholic; 3). You are Protestant; and 4). You wish to re-start the Thirty Years War.

Besides, they're not only dachshunds, but long-haired dachshunds, the friendlier (by far) variant of said pooches (the smooth-coated ones have no personalities, in my limited experience).

No personality?





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Hackett
Finamore
J. Crew
Attolini
Talbott
Creed Epicea
Panta
Crockett Jones

Competition worthy
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Lack of iPhone self pic skilz is why I don't post pice here.


Isaia
Culturata
Massimo Bizzocchi
Carrot & Gibbs square

Unseen
Black ( I know I know) flannel Coppley
Black Bontoni wholecuts
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

Second, how is your vocabulary so ridiculous?


Due to me being born and growing up right next to the French border of West-Germany and having been taught Spanish and Latin as well as basic ancient Greek in high school I would consider myself well equipped with a vast vocabulary in both Germanic and Romanic/Neo Latin languages which may have given me a little advantage when learning English.

 

If you learn a language by reading it is easy to appear more eloquent and to make fewer mistakes in writing than your average native speaker who seldom puts a book in his hands. For instance you won't see many foreigners mistake you're and your or affect and effect simply because most of us didn't learn English aurally. But it takes years of language immersion until you can trick people into thinking that you are a native while having an actual conversation. Though luckily I met very few linguists yet who scrutinized my articulation enough or witnessed me slipping up to instantly uncover my deep dark secret. I wouldn't go so far though as to compare myself to Joseph Conrad...yet.

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