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Having lurked on this thread for about two years, I have learned much. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to my education. What I find touching about this thread is the general sense of comradery, even within the context of generally good natured ribbing. I grew up in an culture in which one could frequently refer to someone's ethnicity or sexual preference without offense. This could be done because there was actually very little racism or homophobia. Having then moved to a totally different culture, I learned how easy it is to say something hurtful without intending to do so. In such situations I have found it is best to sincerely ask how one offended the other person, understand their point of view, and then humbly apologize. Anything less than that, given the emotional volume, always seemed to be less than genuine. A half-hearted apology makes matters worse. A sincere almost always is an opportunity to make the relationship and community stronger than what it was before. I will now go back to lurking.
Looking good! Is your belt worn too loosely? could just be angle of the shot.Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I think it might be. I'm used to pants being a little loose and the belt gathering the fabric. These fit perfect without the belt. So I guess, yeah, it just sits there. It's a piece of crap anyways and I need a real belt. Some actual suede belts.
Great fit - kick-ass loafers.