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I would love to live in Dubai - I hate hot weather but I would be willing to tolerate it with the climate on in a Ferrari lol8[1].gif - or Monaco or Australia. biggrin.gif

Just sayin'

you've obviously never lived in Dubai.
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I've never met an Australian I dislike. I'm sure there are a few out there. I dunno. I feel that Australians and Texans jive somehow.

I lived there for over a year.. really depends where you go. When you get way out into the bush or up the west coast it's much, much different than the east.
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Top blokes us Aussies....
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Top blokes us Aussies....

 

Heaps good blokes, indeed.

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People have different preferences, of course. I think one of the best things about this forum is when we acknowledge a person's preference and discuss the best way to execute it. So the focus is on execution. Given a certain set of preferences, Texas is probably the best place in the world (especially if you want to live in the United States and not deal with a super shit economy). Given a certain set of preferences, I'd say the Bay Area also can't be beat. Same goes for the Pacific Northwest. But if you want to live in New York, you'd probably be happier in London. If you want to live in Florida, go move to the Mediterranean or some Caribbean island. If you want to live in Baltimore, I don't know, maybe try a landfill? nest.gif  

My city preferences, if I could live anywhere (only going to places I've been to)

London
San Antonio (I really love Mexican-American culture, and everywhere else in the US is way too white)
Hong Kong
Berlin
San Francisco
Munich
D.C.
Busan

Interesting choices. Among others lived and worked in (near/)London, Berlin, Munich, Singapore, Hamburg, Jakarta. Been to quite a few places in Europe like all over Spain, Italy, in Asia, Oz, NZ. But not to Americas (big omission) or Africa (except Egypt).

Best places/cities to live for me (and where I've been) Madrid (over Barcelona), Rome or Florence (who wouldn't), Tokyo, HK (both, if not forever), Hamburg (over MUC and Berlin) Sydney (didn't make it to Melbourne). Retire? Italy or Spain.

PS: Avoid Jakarta unless you're single and so inclined. Jakarta100bars.com
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Originally Posted by Gosroth View Post
 

Gaudy white buttons are go.

 

 

 

fantastic outlook. really liked the white buttons

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fantastic outlook. really liked the white buttons

Very nice look...

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People have different preferences, of course. I think one of the best things about this forum is when we acknowledge a person's preference and discuss the best way to execute it. So the focus is on execution. Given a certain set of preferences, Texas is probably the best place in the world (especially if you want to live in the United States and not deal with a super shit economy). Given a certain set of preferences, I'd say the Bay Area also can't be beat. Same goes for the Pacific Northwest. But if you want to live in New York, you'd probably be happier in London. If you want to live in Florida, go move to the Mediterranean or some Caribbean island. If you want to live in Baltimore, I don't know, maybe try a landfill? nest.gif  

My city preferences, if I could live anywhere (only going to places I've been to)

London
San Antonio (I really love Mexican-American culture, and everywhere else in the US is way too white)
Hong Kong
Berlin
San Francisco
Munich
D.C.
Busan

patch[1].gif I mean honestly the bolded part doesn't even make sense. and I'm curious where you would live in HK that is so great? Mid-levels? Repulse Bay? I lived there for almost a year and the mainlanders and locals there are fucking uncivilized heathens and the place is generally a shit hole unless of course you are fabulously wealthy and can insulate yourself from the plebes. London is definitely cool agreed.. even more so if you're a vampire. quite an odd list there Clags. D.C. really?

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lol texas being the best place in the world, what an effing homer.

+1.. lol Texas.
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The dominant culture of most major US cities is WASP. San Antonio's cultural is distinctly Mexican-American. This appeals to me greatly (note: I'm Hispanic-American)
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San Antonio was the first city in the US that I visited. Really different from Europe, but I loved it... I tend to judge cities by the food and I ate the best steak so far in my life in San Antonio. (I have to admit i had prejudices about American food before my visit)

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Denim Monday



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Too many formal elements. Swap the grenadine for a knit, the shirt for an OCBD and the shoes for a country style derby and you'd be getting warmer.
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That much?

Whatever, thanks for the advice.
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Which one of HC's suggestions didn't you like? They all seem spot on to me.
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I accept all suggestions. I am not that presomptuous to criticize suggestions that have been made. On the contrary, I'll assimilate them and if it goes with my own style, I'll incorporate them.
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A bit more sedate today:

 

 

 

 

Polo RL

Arrow

TM Lewin

M&S

Canali

Armani

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