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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post

Not a lot of taste in this thread of late other than some creppy looking Euro with what looks to be an entourage of photographers. What happened to my thread?

Apologies for sharting up your thread with the Taft diversion... I'll attempt to move the discussion elsewhere.
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

Cayman - Are you not reading the other posts? No one is arguing that someone as obese as Taft will ever look as good as someone with a more normal weight. This is not the argument. You are battling a straw man of your own construction.

The question is what larger men should wear to make them look their best. Your answer is "less body fat". But suppose this is impossible for them or not worth the effort. They still have to clothe themselves.

i dont know how this is not plainly obvious.
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post

Not a lot of taste in this thread of late other than some creppy looking Euro with what looks to be an entourage of photographers. What happened to my thread?

well, there have been a few fits posted the past week or so, and none of them garnered any conversation at all, iirc. no thread can exist exclusively on pics, unless that is the sole purpose of it (like the one in SWD). so, the pic of taft garnered convo.

when people become more interested in talking about the fits posted, i think things will return to conversation of good taste as it applies to said fits. just my 2 cents.
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OK I'll post something - this is in impeccable taste IMHO. From Luciano Barbera:

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agreed. please get it all for me. i will pick it up if needed. you know, to save you on shipping and stuff.

also, it would seem that the waist of those pants has been made to my exact specifications and liking.
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

OK I'll post something - this is in impeccable taste IMHO. From Luciano Barbera:


That's how to wear 5 patterns.
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I think the double glenplaid works really well here because the tie is so dark and registers as solid. Anyone object to that?
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To whoever recommended using the camera on the other side of the iPhone (with the help of a mirror), kudos. Now I just have to learn to take a photo using the camera on that side of the phone without twisting my body into a knot.
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Originally Posted by CaymanS View Post

It's axiomatic that when it comes to women, there is a maximum weight (let's call it the Christina Hendricks weight) beyond which no amount of dressing will do her any good - she simply has to lose weight to look presentable. Men tend to refuse that this applies to us. Newsflash: it absolutely applies to us. You can be as creative as you want about ensconcing that potbelly with all manner of bespoke waistcoats, etc., but you can't put lipstick on a pig. To look your best, you have to shed the belly. How this is novel, I have no clue. And trying to analogize "fat" to "short" is patently absurd. Foo looks fucking great. As does Emperor Akihito. Lloyd Blankfein, the Chairman & CEO of Goldman Sachs, always looks nifty and he stands at a mere 5'5"-ish. Believe me, I've touched by all the outrage being thrown my way, but I'm certainly not swayed. Keep it coming.

Jesus Christ you really are that much of a dbag. I just love the anonymity of teh internets. If you were in my face, though. I'd probably clock you...
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Disgusting? Wow, that's a very strong sentiment for such a thing. Save that kind of high emotion for folded silk... biggrin.gif

Sig worthy
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Originally Posted by mymil View Post

What is this "creppy"?

From Urban Dictionary:
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The combination of "creepy" and "crappy" to ultimately form "creppy." Largely used as a method for laughing at oneself and as a way of flirting between creppy lovers that met online.
ANTHONY: Want to watch me through your window as I ride by on my bicycle and take photos of your apartment? KELLY: You're so creppy! Come over and crep on me.
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The combination of his handle and avatar makes the rare appearance of EW a pleasure.

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Originally Posted by Elegantly Wasted View Post

From Urban Dictionary:
Thank you for clarifying for the group. I was actually referring to the second usage found here.

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=creppy

Let's stay on point or I'm going to start deleting the noise.
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Originally Posted by Loathing View Post



I think the double glenplaid works really well here because the tie is so dark and registers as solid. Anyone object to that?

IMO this is really really good!
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post

Thank you for clarifying for the group. I was actually referring to the second usage found here.

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=creppy

Let's stay on point or I'm going to start deleting the noise.

"Oops, Urban Dictionary had a brain fart. Reload to try again!"

Whnay broke t3h int3rn3ts.
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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

creppy euro? wouldn't call him that... but you must know yourself what's best for your shin bones...

 



besides....euro? think again. I leave this here:



 

Missisipi_full.jpg




http://www.styleforum.net/t/234255/hof-what-are-you-wearing-right-now-part-iii/10365#post_4763859

Victor is simply the greatest guy SF has ever seen.

I disagree. He looks like a character from Eastern Promises:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eastern_Promises
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