I'd wear a wool/cashmere/linen tie with that suit, not a silk and I would suggest that if you are getting peak lapels, don't skimp on them. I don't like the way skinny notch lapels look and skinny peaks are worse, for my tastes. Also peaks on a fabric like that is a bit incongruous.
This actually explains a lot. I have a peak lapel suit that I don't wear much anymore, and I think you've just nailed the reason why -- they are too skinny.
The instruction manual was the real product: it was full of gags, puns and jokes. It contained several commands that could be taught to the new pet. While "sit" and "stay" were effortless to accomplish, "roll over" usually required a little extra help from the trainer/owner. "Come", "Stand", and "Shake hands" were found to be near-impossible to teach, but "attack" was fairly simple (also with some additional help from the owner). The owners/trainers also found that potty-training their pet rocks was fairly simple, given that they were, in fact, rocks.
Originally Posted by C&A
Well that's really funny. All schools must be doing the same thing. Also got a rock and a little poem. Will take a picture if I get a chance.
Hah. All schools, all over the world? Yes, show us yours.