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Costume isn't style. I don't understand why Boardwalk Empire inspires anybody other than people who like to dress nostalgically.

Have you watched the show? There's a character, Agent Sebso, who is killed by his superior because suspicions were inflamed after Sebso bought a new pair of longwings.

I mention this in a cautionary way because of the danger of copycats and stuff.
post #197 of 250
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It's a shame that he shot that Prada model at the end of the season. (I refer to Nucky, not Greenfield, although I hear that Greenfield is a decent shot.)
Marky Mark and his brothers have opened a new hamburger place up here called Wahlburgers. I mention this so that fans of the show can make a pilgrimage if they wish. Apparently, the fries are wicked good.

I haven't actually seen the show. Somebody told me my shoes looked like one of the character's shoes in it though. The gemming exploded immediately.

"Wicked good"? confused.gif
post #198 of 250
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Apparently, the fries are wicked good.

Better than Saus?
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post #200 of 250
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Originally Posted by hobo style View Post

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I wonder where he got that shirt?
post #201 of 250
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Originally Posted by Despos View Post

Better than Saus?

It's hard to say...Wahlburgers has not been around long enough for the compilation of a sufficiently robust heart attack data set.
post #202 of 250
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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

It's hard to say...Wahlburgers has not been around long enough for the compilation of a sufficiently robust heart attack data set.

I hear that Wahlburger's fries are 5cm shorter than Saus, FWIW.
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"Wicked good"? confused.gif

Watch this three times and understanding will come in the fullness of time.

post #204 of 250
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It's hard to say...Wahlburgers has not been around long enough for the compilation of a sufficiently robust heart attack data set.

I hear that Wahlburger's fries are 5cm shorter than Saus, FWIW.

The petite frittes order is 5 cm shorter, you are correct
post #205 of 250
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Watch this three times and understanding will come in the fullness of time.

Slight Boston accents will always remind me of this video. It is vulgar, but it made me laugh:

http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/1103277a2d/monster-mash
post #206 of 250
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The petit order is 5 cm shorter, you are correct

Don't order those...the kitchen has a hard time with them, and they take a long time to arrive (if they arrive at all.)
post #207 of 250
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Wait, did the SF 10th already happen?

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post #208 of 250
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But did you pull your hair?
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I hope that you exposed this outrage in an Internet forvm thread.

Actually I realized that with more than 50% of my wardrobe being some shade of green, this mistake was no mistake.
post #209 of 250
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"Wicked good"? confused.gif

Watch this three times and understanding will come in the fullness of time.


was that Queen Latifah?
post #210 of 250
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Originally Posted by Despos View Post

was that Queen Latifah?

No, Loleatta Holloway:



She was big when you were in your twenties.
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