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Is that Trick Magnet Rummy Dazzle I see?

That is what happens when one tries to apply what he learns from reading TheSuit.
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Originally Posted by Con Biz Dresser View Post
Maybe this is just a joke that I am not in on but I think that the abrasiveness of your language defeats the actual purpose of conservative business dress in whichever environment you chose to wear it in. It's a state of mind to a certain extent or at least should be.

Here's a tip for you, K-Man, free of charge. If you don't want to hear the answer, don't ask the question.
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Thank you my friend. I agree that Manton's collar is a bit swish, but what do you expect from a media type.

I'm supposed to take advice on Conservative Business Dress from a guy who wears a purple overcoat?





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I think that you are likely wearing suspenders. That is not conservative at all. It is either fancy-Dan Englishman, or it is backwoods hick. Neither of those two poles is conservative.
How would you know? Did I take my jacket off? Would I ever do something so un-conservative, so disrespectful to my colleagues? How my trousers stay up is a private matter, between my, my tailor, and God. So butt out.
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but rather an irrealis sentence

Jesus, I looked this up, and it's actually a real concept. What kind of dried up pedant loser actually know that?
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Yeah, Pollack jokes are totally beyond the pale here.

If I can't make fun of kencpollock, I'm quiting the forum.
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Suspenders always remind me of Uncle Jesse from the Dukes rereuns:
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Originally Posted by T4phage View Post
1) Gorge too high to be considered 'conservative'

I don't take sartorial advice from decadent, childless Europeans who take eighteen weeks of vacation every month. Get your birthrates up, your economic output above Zimbabwe's, grow a sack, then we'll talk.

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2) Tie clip.... ?
I said, clear as day, if the tie clip was too much for you scared little kittens, ditch it and go the ultraconservative route.

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And who are you telling us how to dress conservatively... being a CAL grad and all.
Once again, a reading comprehension failure. Pay attention, Little Dutch Boy:

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Goddamnit, what do I need to do to get through to you people? This thread is not about POLITICAL CONSERVATISM. This is about Conservative Business Dress, which is bipartisan and apolitical.
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What kind of dried up pedant loser actually know that?

Now? You. Congratulations.
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Ann Coulter has nothing on Manton.

Soph, You'll need to place a comma after "nothing on" if you want to excite him.
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Manton you do realize you could have bought 2 small Asian children instead of those 2 Alex "The Great" custom shirts.
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Jesus, I looked this up, and it's actually a real concept. What kind of dried up pedant loser actually know that?

Oh dear God I laughed so hard at that.
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Manton you do realize you could have bought 2 small Asian children instead of those 2 Alex "The Great" custom shirts.
Sure. Worked for Brad and Angelina. The second one came free with an African kid.
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Manton you do realize you could have bought 2 small Asian children instead of those 2 Alex "The Great" custom shirts.

Then put the Asian kids to work sweating out more shirts.
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Then put the Asian kids to work sweating out more shirts.

Exactly and create his own sweatshop in the basement of his house.
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Jesus, I looked this up, and it's actually a real concept. What kind of dried up pedant loser actually know that?

That's grammar daddy to you, femme.

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