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post #16 of 19
IF the blazer lasts you until you die, yes they can last a lifetime.
post #17 of 19
Perhaps you are planning on wearing a genuine Patek watch on you while flashing your hermes green wallet while wearing that blazer in the hood. Then it is guaranteed to last until that knife/blackjack/9mm takes you out from behind.
post #18 of 19
Most things will last a lifetime, provided you (a) don't use it and/or (b) keep it frozen.

Few things last a lifetime of regular use, and these things usually are made of corrosion-resistant metals. I haven't seen an aluminum blazer, but who knows.

Many things stay in style for a lifetime, so long as you (a) stay indoors and (b) are surrounded by people who share your aesthetic sensibilities.
post #19 of 19
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Originally Posted by swiego View Post

Most things will last a lifetime, provided you (a) don't use it and/or (b) keep it frozen.
Few things last a lifetime of regular use, and these things usually are made of corrosion-resistant metals. I haven't seen an aluminum blazer, but who knows.
Many things stay in style for a lifetime, so long as you (a) stay indoors and (b) are surrounded by people who share your aesthetic sensibilities.

Or you could end up as 'that guy' wearing the leisure suit out in public in twenty years time. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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