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post #61 of 147
in other words, Yes this did happen.
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Yeah unless the Fraternity had about 5 guys total, I find it hard to believe that would happen. It doesn't ever look good in situations like this if you work at a store.

Oh and no we didnt have 5 guys total, so yeah he got into ALOT of trouble for this. Needless to say we were not allowed to come back for the other ones lol
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This side had the 90 percent discount, the previous one showed the 50 percent employee one.

Wow, I need to make better friends...
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This side had the 90 percent discount, the previous one showed the 50 percent employee one.

In a related note, ffffuuuu.gifffffuuuu.gifffffuuuu.gifffffuuuu.gif for getting such a deal. And well done for completely exploiting the system with your fraternity brothers. There's a TFM in there somewhere. foo.gif
post #65 of 147
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Maybe a bit off topic, but how hard is it to get a part time job as a SA in a good dept store like NM? In a great designer shop like RL?

like the others said, sales experience is important. if you're going part-time and have a flexible schedule (i.e. you can work evenings, weekends and holidays), i would bet that just being good-looking and personable can get you a job in a place like RL or NM.
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This side had the 90 percent discount, the previous one showed the 50 percent employee one.

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this is great.
post #67 of 147
Oh and before anyone asks cuz im probably gonna get a thousand PM's about this. The tags were NOT redded and cut
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Oh and before anyone asks cuz im probably gonna get a thousand PM's about this. The tags were NOT redded and cut

i need moar proof.....if youre a 15.5 or a 38/40, you should PM me for a cheap sell off of some stuff. than and only then will i be a believer. lol8[1].giflol8[1].gif
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i need moar proof.....if youre a 15.5 or a 38/40, you should PM me for a cheap sell off of some stuff. than and only then will i be a believer. lol8[1].giflol8[1].gif

Hahaah actually thats my shirt/ jacket size well err 36/38. In all honesty though it wasnt that great for suits/shirts I mean i got one brown suit and a dinner jacket, and like only one dress shirt. What it was really good for was the ties which were 10 bucks each after discount and the odd stuff like belts, wallets, passport holders, and bags. They did have those velvet smoking jackets which in hindsight i should have bought.
post #70 of 147
oh and shoes of course, but there was one design, for calf leather in black and brown, the aligator leather ones of course, and some really really uncomfortable snow shoes.
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oh and shoes of course, but there was one design, for calf leather in black and brown, the aligator leather ones of course, and some really really uncomfortable snow shoes.

ok ok.....i suppose i could send payment for a couple ties. THEN id believe. hahaha. seriously, thats a wet dream for me. I wouldve gone into HORRIBLE debt there with discounts like that.
post #72 of 147
Btw back to the original topic, this is one of the work suits the employees wear, as you can see its made in china.

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This side had the 90 percent discount, the previous one showed the 50 percent employee one.

OWNAGE!!!!!!

It's a shame you would have to actually post the receipt to prove this to strangers. I remember a few weeks ago I posted about getting a $4K LP winter coat for 90% off and people got all twisted over it.

Spoo - what say ye??
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Btw back to the original topic, this is one of the work suits the employees wear, as you can see its made in china.
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interesting...very interesting. I hate to say it, but id even buy one of the chinese TFs. quality cant be THAT bad.
post #75 of 147
dont get me wrong its a great suit, fully canvassed, and to the untrained eye it looks exactly the same. But i went in there the other week and ordered one and while trying on their RTW for sizing, you can really feel the difference, in fabric and just the feel of the coat.
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