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post #76 of 390
I think you need a tote-bag.
post #77 of 390
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I think you need a tote-bag.

Man bag ... or in this case, Manton bag.
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
Man bag ... or in this case, Manton bag.
Do you think it would look, gay? Will "women" come up to you and say "Sucky sucky, fucky fucky for 5 dollars Handsome man?"
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You don't drive, you are driven, in a (black) Merdcedes 450 SEL. But it has to be a model from the 70s or earlier.
You are driven in a black Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6.3 to run down poor immigrant children, beggars and the general riff-raff while cigar smoke wreathes out of the back window.
post #80 of 390
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The Prince is swell and all, Manton, but I think The Suit would have been better if it were all written in the tone of this thread...

That would be Naked Lunch which just doesn't jive with the threads, mack.
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That would be Naked Lunch which just doesn't jive with the threads, mack.

Naked Lunch is significant only in that it provided the name for the seminal jazz/rock fusion band Steely Dan.
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His isn't a conditional sentence (there is no conditional cause-and-effect), but rather an irrealis sentence using the subjunctive.
Those damn Israelis. Troublemakers I tell you.
post #83 of 390
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Those damn Israelis. Troublemakers I tell you.

Actually, I think he was talking about surrealists. Troublemakers too.
post #84 of 390
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that is an ultraconservative lawyer tie. In fact, I got if from the general counsel to the John Birch Society in an ebay sale. Printed twill with a dark blue ground and small silver and royal blue figures; no accent colors.

The John Birch Society? Good thing an unsuspecting African-American buyer didn't get the tie--it might have tried to hang him from a tree.
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wHAT DID YOU SAY ABOUT pOLAND?
It's a country which surfaces in European history from time to time, but rarely in the same place.
post #86 of 390
So I was at a conference in Bangkok the other week, hanging out with a British expat there and a super cute local girl who is a good friend of mine. She was lamenting how crap her life had become since dumping this Polish dude a couple months back. Her: ahh shit, maybe I should just go back to the Pole Mr Brit: I love it when Thai girls say that. She slapped him then
post #87 of 390
Matt, is that a picture of them in your avatar?
post #88 of 390
Maybe in yours man
post #89 of 390
touchee

post #90 of 390
Manton, two comments:
1) Gorge too high to be considered 'conservative'
2) Tie clip.... ?

And who are you telling us how to dress conservatively... being a CAL grad and all.....
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