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Originally Posted by Kappelan View Post

Talk like this to your wife...

LOL, Kappelan, that's one of, the funniest comebacks I have heard in ages (I think it's the hellip) so thanks! biggrin.gif

Not joining in in the fight--just sayin'. shog[1].gif
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

where is that at, and did the pirates accost you?

A lovely hotel called La Voile d'Or in St-Jean Cap Ferrat. Highly recommended if you're in the area

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If by pirates accosting me you mean the front desk handing out the bill, yes, they did.
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Haha, oh, snap!
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

A lovely hotel called La Voile d'Or in St-Jean Cap Ferrat. Highly recommended if you're in the area
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If by pirates accosting me you mean the front desk handing out the bill, yes, they did.

just beautiful. i certainly would love to be in that area, and stay there.

lol, i meant the pirate ship sporting the jolly roger in the background of your pic.
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I call this "Summer In San Francisco"

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^ nice. Reading the Mountain View forecast and neglecting San Francisco's left me in trouble.

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post #8243 of 16832
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Originally Posted by Liam O View Post

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So in light of my quest to look less like an extra from Monarch of the Glen, I've been purchasing things that people tell me are age appropriate.

On the missus' insistence I recently purchased two non-collared shirts from H&M (something I didn't own except as sleepwear) and a hooded sweatshirt from the same, which I'm told are age appropriate clothes. 

I know this really belongs in SW&D but I don't understand anything they talk about, so I wanted to get opinions on whether these fit, and whether I look like the first semester philosophy major hippie I feel like when I put the hoodie on, or whether I should actually keep the monstrosity.

Thanks for the input.


Henley's snug and the sweater is big. I don't like either.
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I've always worn Reefs to the beach ever since I was a kid... There are shoes out there that are practical and comfortable in that situation... and not hideously ugly.
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

I've always worn Reefs to the beach ever since I was a kid... There are shoes out there that are practical and comfortable in that situation... and not hideously ugly.
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

To the person who posted a picture of flip-flops, go wash your mind out with soap. Those things are an abomination.

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Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post

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Thanks for reminding us, Dig.
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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post

Thanks for reminding us, Dig.
Hah! I'll need to make amends, perhaps later this week when I'm not wearing my work "uniform".
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Originally Posted by Liam O View Post

So in light of my quest to look less like an extra from Monarch of the Glen, I've been purchasing things that people tell me are age appropriate.

On the missus' insistence I recently purchased two non-collared shirts from H&M (something I didn't own except as sleepwear) and a hooded sweatshirt from the same, which I'm told are age appropriate clothes. 

I know this really belongs in SW&D but I don't understand anything they talk about, so I wanted to get opinions on whether these fit, and whether I look like the first semester philosophy major hippie I feel like when I put the hoodie on, or whether I should actually keep the monstrosity.

Thanks for the input.

The Henley, though form-fitting, as noted elsewhere, is OK, so long as you remain your current weight (you skinny bastard, I am officially jealous). The hoodie is a monstrosity - the only reason to retain it is to remain in the good graces of the lady of the household - it otherwise does nothing for you. Just my $.02.
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@Liam O,
I'd burn return both.
Neither do I think they are especially nice pieces of modern/very casual clothing, nor do they any favour to you.
One thing I had to learn in life was, not to lisen to what the other sex thought would look stylish on men or myself in general.
You do not tell her how to dress, she does not tell you, end of story.
It bewilders me why so many women think they have a clue about mens clothing.
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Henley looks good on you. Actually one of the best and more natural casual looks you've posted here. It is atad on the tight side but nothing that a good stretch before wear wouldn't fix. I don't think the hoodie works for you. You'd be better off with a casual jacket (e.g. Harrington or bomber) or a cardigan on top of that henley.

Sugarbutch - cool stuff. Would thumb if I could on ipad
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