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@Leaves did the EG shipment arrive yet?

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@Leaves
 did the EG shipment arrive yet?

No, trying to figure out why. Sorry.
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OPENING HOURS FOR THIS WEEK'S VALBORG CELEBRATION:

Thursday 30th of April: 11AM to 6PM

Friday 1st of May: CLOSED

 

As we celebrate the arrival of spring with Valborg (Walpurgis Night) in Sweden on the last day of April with bonfires and some fireworks, our shop will close one hour earlier on Thursday. The 1st of May is also a public holiday, which means that the shop will be closed, but we are back to work on Saturday as usual. We will be available via SF and e-mail but please give us some extra time to reply.

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OPENING HOURS FOR THIS WEEK'S VALBORG CELEBRATION:
Thursday 30th of April: 11AM to 6PM
Friday 1st of May: CLOSED

As we celebrate the arrival of spring with Valborg (Walpurgis Night) in Sweden on the last day of April with bonfires and some fireworks, our shop will close one hour earlier on Thursday. The 1st of May is also a public holiday, which means that the shop will be closed, but we are back to work on Saturday as usual. We will be available via SF and e-mail but please give us some extra time to reply.

I did not know about this holiday, a man learns something new every day. Now when is that other Swedish holiday? When girls in white garb walk carrying candles?
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I did not know about this holiday, a man learns something new every day. Now when is that other Swedish holiday? When girls in white garb walk carrying candles?

December 13. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Lucy's_Day

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December 13. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Lucy's_Day

Yes thank you.
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I did not know about this holiday, a man learns something new every day. Now when is that other Swedish holiday? When girls in white garb walk carrying candles?

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December 13. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Lucy's_Day

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Yes thank you.

Don't believe that crap on Wikipedia, it's just another excuse to get drunk. Like any public holiday, anywhere in the world. cheers.gif
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^This man is the most brutally honest retailer I know. I would not hesistate to buy him a beer if he is in the vicinity.
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For second I thought skoak was celebrating the Viberg Holiday
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^This man is the most brutally honest retailer I know. I would not hesistate to buy him a beer if he is in the vicinity.

Thank you, I take that as a compliment although my brutality in the honest department has often gotten me in trouble. None the less, I would not hesitate to accept that offer.
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Thank you, I take that as a compliment although my brutality in the honest department has often gotten me in trouble. None the less, I would not hesitate to accept that offer.


Honesty is the best policy.

 

Leaves for President.

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Most excellent.  Would anyone want to get in a GMTO for another round of those black peccary button boots?

Yes
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No, trying to figure out why. Sorry.

I am looking forward to this shipment too. I want to see what that brandy pin grain Plymouth looks like while I am waiting for my Nevis.
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xpost on St. Crispin's forum:

Fresh in from Skoaktie the St. Crispin Penny Loafer:











Looking forward to wearing them later this week!

 

Good lord those look nice.  I love me a good pair of loafers.  Curious, do the amount of nails at the toe act as a toe guard?  

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