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post #16 of 25
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Perhaps our friend do not work?
Hmmm, it seems you might not be the best person to bring that up.
post #17 of 25
Having recently paid more attention to ernest posts I apologize again for missing the ernest parody. Yeesh... May I join the farmer league?  Well guys...what do you THING? JJF
post #18 of 25
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How about we start the League of Extrordinary Gentleman Farmers? The official uniform could be a striped or checked shirt, crocodile belt, and brown shoes.
Don't forget the brown suit, green Hermes printed tie, and Cartier watch.
post #19 of 25
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How about we start the League of Extrordinary Gentleman Farmers? The official uniform could be a striped or checked shirt, crocodile belt, and brown shoes.
Don't forget the brown suit, green Hermes printed tie, and Cartier watch.
I have a Cartier watch... For farmer I propose : 1) Brown or green suit, chalk-stripped, better MTM with one 2 buttons undone (to be sure all will thing if you have no taste it is not because you have no money) 2) Brown/white loafer with a big metal P for prada 3) Grey checked shirt with italian collar from polo with your monogram on the chest (JB for james Bond) you ask a tailor to sew just under the farmer 4) Green tie with animals printed with a big windsor tie 5) light socks 6) brown croco belt with a H buckle (for Hermes) 7) sun glasses with a great grown box on your belt (Rayban) 8) a big golden chrono from Rolex or Breitling
post #20 of 25
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How about we start the League of Extrordinary Gentleman Farmers? The official uniform could be a striped or checked shirt, crocodile belt, and brown shoes.
Don't forget the brown suit, green Hermes printed tie, and Cartier watch.
Please let stripes for people in towns and stay on checks for shirts Thanks
post #21 of 25
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(ernest @ 09 June 2004, 09:08) Perhaps our friend do not work?
Hmmm, it seems you might not be the best person to bring that up.
why?
post #22 of 25
At last report you were unemployed and living with your parents. If you've found employ, congratulations.
post #23 of 25
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At last report you were unemployed and living with your parents. If you've found employ, congratulations.
I have not but tha's why I can reconize someone who has nothing better to do than unsewing pockets.
post #24 of 25
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How about we start the League of Extrordinary Gentleman Farmers? The official uniform could be a striped or checked shirt, crocodile belt, and brown shoes.
I'd like to be a charter member.
post #25 of 25
HAHAHAHA: Ernest, your ignorance amuses me, but it also bores me. I'll also join the League of Extraordinary Gentleman Farmers club. Post Haste. Jon.
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