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I couldn't bare the ridicule from opposing fans.

Maybe the ridicule wasn't about your height.

- B
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Don't Belgians eat those?


- B

I hear they do, and waffles.
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Originally Posted by Film Noir Buff View Post
One reason i remain aloof on here is that I suspect a lot of you havent come to grips with your real motives.

Watch your tone, buddy.
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
You're probably not shorter than me; I'm only 5'4".

Anyway, I don't know what you'd call the head-to-waist ratio, but I'd lose all comparisons. I'm dangerously close to 1:1.

Among tailoring cognoscenti, that would be your N & N ( Noggin Notch )
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post
Among tailoring cognoscenti, that would be your N & N ( Noggin Notch )

So, I'd be NN1?
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Originally Posted by Despos View Post
I hear they do, and waffles.

Delicious pony + waffles.

I smell...franchise!


- B
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Originally Posted by grimslade View Post
Watch your tone, buddy.
I am starting to think I have to watch a lot of things around some of you guys
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Originally Posted by Film Noir Buff View Post
I am starting to think I have to watch a lot of things around some of you guys



Don't worry; I'll watch it for you.
post #249 of 289
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
Better yet, we will invite him, and then mug him and take it.

But then how would I pawn it to pay for lunch?
post #250 of 289
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Originally Posted by Will View Post
But then how would I pawn it to pay for lunch?
Won't you be in the country, escaping the unwashed masses?
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I will pay you five dollars if you can get a shot of him next to a clump of SF (the city, not the forum) street people.


- B

Make it $5 for each photo and I won't have to pawn the dress set.
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Won't you be in the country, escaping the unwashed masses?

Yep. And the unreality field is travelling with me.
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Believe it or not, this list is not really that specific. Other than your preference for structured shoulders and a 'clean' suit (I assume you mean no drape), nothing points in the direction of one tailor over another. With regard to waist supression, there will be a point at which your tailor will tell you it is simply incorrect to supress more; the same goes for the height of your armholes. If he's a good tailor, no matter his method or style, he will give you as much shape as possible.

Double vents, flat front pants, 'year-round' fabric--none are distinctive requests.

Agreed. Sounds like most any suit will do the job except for the high fashion houses.
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Originally Posted by Will View Post
Yep. And the unreality field is travelling with me.

That's very reassuring.

- B
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I am going out to dinner in Santa Cruz tonight -- the West Side, no less -- in a Shetland jacket. Unreality doesn't get more real than that.
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