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post #16 of 23
Quote:
Originally Posted by comrade View Post
You are right. How about this comment:

I LOVE THE PLACKET(S)! I'M GOING TO GET THEM ON ALL MY SHIRTS FROM
NOW ON !!

quite funny actually. Yup, the PC brigade would have it just in case of causing offense, we should all adopt the ways of a voiceless minority. In reality, my comment was two people saying to each other, and my imagination kicked in imagining a thread where all we do is insult each other all day long - kinda like that Monty Python sketch on abuse.
post #17 of 23
Ask for a full refund + damages for emotional distress
post #18 of 23
Ouch you guys are so mean! LoL. I think the stomach and chest area could be taken in a bit. However, I really do not like those plackets......
post #19 of 23
you look like a road-marking. or at least run over.

never a smart move.

fire the shirtmaker. anybody who'd be willing to sign off on a shirt that - is so tight in the chest it makes you look like you have moobies, rolls on the waistline, overlong arms, and has such an unflatteringly large stiff collar - shouldn't be let anywhere near your wardrobe.
post #20 of 23
Good stuff - keep it up.
post #21 of 23
I feel like I've made enough posts here to use this (referring to the contrast placket):

post #22 of 23
i am making up a sample tomorrow with this design detail
I am going to offer this to all of my customers.
I will give you credit.

fyi the regular shirt does not look as tight in the chest as the the special one.
post #23 of 23
wonder what the tailor thought when he made those shirts
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