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Originally Posted by kevinsp8 View Post
Pants too long.

to be fair. yours are longer...
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What in the pancaked rabbit head happened in here?
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post
definitely nothing wrong with them.

Ouch(?)
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

that is one of, if not your best fitting suit - by far. fuller cut suits can still fit right, and this does.

nice.
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Originally Posted by EFV View Post
Ouch(?)

why.

i'm so to say an ambassador for black shoes. also, it's not a flaw to have black laces in a burgundy shoe. today, it's hard to find good laces in the right tone. btw, i like them a lot.
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Originally Posted by tshaw View Post
Oh, Vox - wished you had left the Donne quote from what I read mid-night - it was excellent!! and a learning tool for some of the youngsters here.

Humiliation is the beginning of sanctification. (?)
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post
why.

i'm so to say an ambassador for black shoes. also, it's not a flaw to have black laces in a burgundy shoe. today, it's hard to find good laces in the right tone. btw, i like them a lot.

Oh, I just presumed it was a venomous way to say that the shoes were fine but everything else sucked. You never know around here.

Edit: Thank you, I also love black shoes, but as I said, am not totally confident when wearing them with non formal outfits.
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Originally Posted by EFV View Post
Edit: Thank you, I also love black shoes, but as I said, am not totally confident when wearing them with non formal outfits.

i got that.

keep on rockin'
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Originally Posted by acecow View Post
I have seen it.

And I agree.

I realised very quickly that it's neither possible nor proper to try and educate grown men on social etiquette via teh internets.
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Originally Posted by kevinsp8 View Post
I call it 'Cobalt-60 blue'... it will not cause radioactivity if you do not get closer than 6 inches to your monitor.
Does that make my bright blue trousers from yesterday merely Co-30 then...?
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Originally Posted by koning View Post
I didn't mean to be harsh, and i dont feel any aversion towards Holdfast, let's terminate this . Keep the posting of outfits up. Cheers.
Just for the record, I have no personal issue with koning either.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
What in the pancaked rabbit head happened in here?
Looked at by an observer, it was actually an almost archetypal example of what happens when you create a different visual perception of a shared object in two people's reality, in this case the object being the photo. I perceived something in the photo that the other party did not; a pattern recognition effect leading to an altered concept of the object in my mind, compared to what the other party's concept of the object in question was. The differing perceptual set caused by this optical illusion led to a response (mine) that could not be received in the way I intended it by the other party. From that point out, each set of comments follows a predictable path, culminating in strong(ish) words and cross-purposes. Scaled-up, and used more precisely, it's actually the same process (different perceptual origin points leading to diverging conceptual understandings) that drives humour and people's fascination with optical illusions and paradoxes. It's also what will doom the human race to perpetual conflict due to misunderstanding as we do not perceive the world algorithmically but heuristically, and without perfect theory of mind. On a more individual level, as well as illusions, it's also what in an extreme and unwell case can give rise to a primary delusion from a delusional perception, with the possibility of secondary delusions and a full-blown delusional system arising thereof. However, it's also what gives us hope even in dire adversity, so I would not trade this human trait in for a purely deductive worldview. Anyway, as koning quite rightly says today, let's get back to the clothes:
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

Looked at by an observer, it was actually an almost archetypal example of what happens when you create a different visual perception of a shared object in two people's reality, in this case the object being the photo. I perceived something in the photo that the other party did not; a pattern recognition effect leading to an altered concept of the object in my mind, compared to what the other party's concept of the object in question was. The differing perceptual set led to a response (mine) that could not be received in the way I intended it by the other party. From that point out, each set of comments follows a predictable path, culminating in strong(ish) words and cross-purposes.

Scaled-up, and used more precisely, it's actually the same process (different perceptual origin points leading to diverging conceptual understandings) that drives humour and people's fascination with optical illusions and paradoxes. It's also what will doom the human race to perpetual conflict due to misunderstanding as we do not perceive the world algorithmically but heuristically, and without perfect theory of mind. On a more individual level, as well as illusions, it's also what can give rise to a primary delusion from a delusional perception. However, it's also what gives us hope even in dire adversity, so I would not trade this human trait in for a purely deductive worldview.

Anyway, as koning quite rightly says today, let's get back to the clothes:

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Originally Posted by voxsartoria
Finally! Someone is throwing down with Holdfast and his snarky, wisecracking, innuendo layered within tangents buried underneath elliptical references.

Let the wagering begin.


- B

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100% seriously, hand on heart, that was NOT intended to snarky or personally directed at koning in any way. Stop stirring up trouble, Spoo.
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post
100% seriously, hand on heart, that was NOT intended to snarky or personally directed at koning in any way.

Stop stirring up trouble, Spoo.

I was joshing, you know that. Plus, I am having a capirinha for breakfast, please excuse me.
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