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post #31 of 89
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Originally Posted by GradSchooler View Post

If I'm not mistaken, Spoo is the master of the four in hand.

More four-in-hand's than a couple of Burkman Bros grabbing their nuts.
post #32 of 89
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

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I was too distracted by the clumped up handkerchiefs to notice the dimples... smile.gif
post #33 of 89


 

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Always dimples.


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post #34 of 89
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Originally Posted by TheTukker View Post

That's interesting; I would have said 9 times out of 10 dimples, the wearer looks like he's trying too hard.

That's like saying that wearing trousers makes you look like you're trying too hard.
post #35 of 89


 

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Originally Posted by GradSchooler View Post

If I'm not mistaken, Spoo is the master of the four in hand and the double four-in-hand.


FTFY.

 

I sometimes wonder what he might do with one of the half-Windsor variations and a medium spread collar.

post #36 of 89
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Originally Posted by recondite View Post



 


FTFY.

I sometimes wonder what he might do with one of the half-Windsor variations and a medium spread collar.

You shall continue to wonder. smile.gif
post #37 of 89
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Originally Posted by recondite View Post



 


FTFY.

I sometimes wonder what he might do with one of the half-Windsor variations and a medium spread collar.


I think about that every day
post #38 of 89
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post

I think about that every day

ORLY
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Edited by AServetnick - 4/17/12 at 4:45pm
post #40 of 89

Spoo would you mind teaching us the art of tying ties your way? please

post #41 of 89
I recently had a dream involving Spoo, a shoeshine and a length of pink cloth used to buff the shoes. The tag on the cloth said "Attolini" and had a nice dimple.
Edited by Digmenow - 3/17/12 at 2:15am
post #42 of 89
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Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum View Post

That's like saying that wearing trousers makes you look like you're trying too hard.

No, it's not, actually. In fact, it's far from that. Would have expected better from you.
post #43 of 89
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Originally Posted by TheTukker View Post

No, it's not, actually. In fact, it's far from that. Would have expected better from you.

The lack of a dimple makes it look like you don't know what you're doing. Somewhat similar in effect to lacking trousers, albeit at a different order of magnitude.
post #44 of 89

Let's review:

 

Terrible: (crushed, bunched up tie knot, obviously no clue what you're doing. And this I found from a site that was trying to give tie knotting instructions).

 

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Better, still no dimple, at least it looks neat:

 

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Best (a dimple really does look better, but sometimes fancy dimples like the reverse dimple end up looking like the first example if not done well, so be extra careful with those) 

 

Here the tie is kinda ugly, but it's a good knot! Nice and tight with a well done dimple, looks 10x better than the neat no dimple and 1000x better than a crushed knot.

 

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post #45 of 89
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


You shall continue to wonder. smile.gif


why the secrecy?

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