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But that's fine. I mean with a vest tounge.gif

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But that's fine. I mean with a vest tounge.gif

 

Ohh, sorry... laugh.gif

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Nothing is strict enough. You should be fined for having your belt buckle show. $$$$$$$$$.

lol, it really does not bother me all that much with a jacket. however, i never wear a vest and i dont know what the official "rules" are.
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New Yorkers can't complain about their weather. Seoul has it much worse. It's hotter and more humid in the summer, colder in the winter, and our falls and springs are shorter.

 

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 At least you still have seasons... Here's it's always around 35C, the only variation is the amount of rain that falls. Very boring for a European who's used to his four seasons!

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this is SO much better than your last few fits. nice.
 

 

Thank you.  I was only wearing the shocker ties in response to the challenge...but yeah, deliberate SF-friendly choice today. and I'm glad you approve. :)

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Your eyes will burn if you take a trip around here haha... everything you see, Gucci buckles, Ferragamo, Hermes... even if they are wearing a polo they tuck in just the right amount of shirt so that everybody can see the brand their are wearing. 

I'm surprised you two aren't mortal enemies. Mexico City vs Madrid.

 

I went to Europe with a friend of mine a few years ago going from Greece-Italy-France-Spain. He said he was fluent in Spanish. When we got to Spain, nobody would talk to him. He said he knew it was two completely different dialects and that it was frowned upon, but he didn't know it was so crazy. All he could do was point out the bathrooms. We had to rely on these 7-8yo girls that were on a school trip and fluent in English to direct us around the train station. It was hilarious.

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I knew I liked Orge
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AW: HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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Sander wins the internet today.

Thanks, I always wanted to do that.
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Sander wins the internet today.

 

True dat, although I'd have preferred to see light coloured trousers

Me too.
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lol @ big O. i like your new form of critique.

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Thank you.  I was only wearing the shocker ties in response to the challenge...but yeah, deliberate SF-friendly choice today. and I'm glad you approve. smile.gif

you like it? the shocker.
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I'm surprised you two aren't mortal enemies. Mexico City vs Madrid.

 

I went to Europe with a friend of mine a few years ago going from Greece-Italy-France-Spain. He said he was fluent in Spanish. When we got to Spain, nobody would talk to him. He said he knew it was two completely different dialects and that it was frowned upon, but he didn't know it was so crazy. All he could do was point out the bathrooms. We had to rely on these 7-8yo girls that were on a school trip and fluent in English to direct us around the train station. It was hilarious.

 

Haha, nah, no need to be rude, plus I quite sure that my ancestors are from Spain because of my last names... the two are very well-known cities, I think in spain, one of them being Madrid. I've had the chance to know some Spanish guys here in Mexico and they are very nice people and usually it's fun cause for me they speak in a funny/different accent, but for them I speak in a funny/different accent. lol8[1].gif

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Huh
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wat

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lol @ big O. i like your new form of critique.
you like it? the shocker.

 

+ 1 on Orget Rex - relieved not to receive a warning myself today!

 

 

Well, of the two shockers of the previous two days, I'm not entirely sure which is more offensive - probably the green check thing.  But neither of them are exactly palatable, and I really have to be in a mood to irritate, with an unbelievably large fuck not given.  See, as a matter of personal integrity I couldn't just put them on to offend Styleforum, I really do have to wear them out and about.  So, enough for now.  I would never buy anything like either of them these days, naturally.  But they're mine, they've been around for almost twenty years, they have some pleasant memories attached, and I did get some amusement from dragging them out thanks to Orget's original idea.

 

You're probably safe for a few more years before you see either of them again, though.  Unless there's another challenge involving offensive ties.

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wat

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