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post #76 of 121
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Originally Posted by Verniza View Post

Vox wore boxers to school to showcase his immense wealth.


Damn plebs.

 

When I fly, I make sure to walk back to economy, yell 'peasants!' and then retreat to the comfort of my 12 course degustation meal. Only once have I been followed by the unwashed masses. The purser dispatched them quickly, before making my bed for me. 

post #77 of 121
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When I fly, I make sure to walk back to economy, yell 'peasants!' and then retreat to the comfort of my 12 course degustation meal. Only once have I been followed by the unwashed masses. The purser dispatched them quickly, before making my bed for me. 


You have now betrayed yourself.

Too easy, methinks. I will leave the obvious for someone else.

Amateur hour.
post #78 of 121
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When I fly, I make sure to walk back to economy, yell 'peasants!' and then retreat to the comfort of my 12 course degustation meal. Only once have I been followed by the unwashed masses. The purser dispatched them quickly, before making my bed for me. 

You fly on a plane with other people? How terribly middle class.

post #79 of 121
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You fly on a plane with other people? How terribly middle class.

Unless you are the pilot of your own personal small aircraft and flying solo wherever you go, so do you. smile.gif
post #80 of 121
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You fly on a plane with other people? How terribly middle class.

I see MisterFu took the easy retort I left in my wake. Glad it did not take long, I would have been so disappointed if SF had dallied with such easy prey.
post #81 of 121
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You fly on a plane with other people? How terribly middle class.

 

My G6 doesn't hold all my suits I have to wear every day because of my overwhelming issues I have with my father, which has resorted me to posting on the internet and risking the ire of foo.gif

 

Hence my first class travel. Rest assured once my bespoke gulfstream has been built (forest green Hermes deerskin interior, with SG chambray toilet rolls), I will be back to a transportation method worthy of my status.  

post #82 of 121
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When I fly, I make sure to walk back to economy, yell 'peasants!' and then retreat to the comfort of my 12 course degustation meal. Only once have I been followed by the unwashed masses. The purser dispatched them quickly, before making my bed for me. 

Using the terms '12 course' and 'degustation' in the same sentence is redundant.

Statistically, the tail is the safest part of the plane (Click to show)
Should things go wrong with the plane and the peasants survive and walk to safety, rescue crews will try to find what is left of you here and there.
'What's that?'
'Dunno, says here (holding your wallet) used to be PapaRubbery.'
'No, not that, that...the thingy hanging out of his mouth'
'Oh, why it looks like course 6 from his degustation meal.'
'Damn, what a waste of good food.'
'Yeah.'
post #83 of 121
You claim to wear suits "...like they are a second skin.", but this whole thing appears terribly contrived. It brings to mind the adage, "clothes do not make the man, but when he is made, they greatly improve his appearance." Perhaps you should place more effort in making something of yourself and less on what your are wearing to your classes.
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No.
post #85 of 121
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Originally Posted by Man Of Lint View Post


Using the terms '12 course' and 'degustation' in the same sentence is redundant.

Statistically, the tail is the safest part of the plane (Click to show)
Should things go wrong with the plane and the peasants survive and walk to safety, rescue crews will try to find what is left of you here and there.
'What's that?'
'Dunno, says here (holding your wallet) used to be PapaRubbery.'
'No, not that, that...the thingy hanging out of his mouth'
'Oh, why it looks like course 6 from his degustation meal.'
'Damn, what a waste of good food.'
'Yeah.'

 

Redundancy doesn't happen to me. I get promoted out of the business. 

 

Good thing my bespoke suits, that I wear while I sleep, to represent my father's business, have kelvar interwoven, to ensure I am safe at all times. And besides, in the event of an emergency, Jeeves would gladly soften my fall. 

 

My deerskin wallet would patina nicely, post aviation fuel fire. 

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I'm seriously enjoying this thread much more than I thought I would when I read the OP. Bravo gents, lets keep this going. 

post #86 of 121
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Good thing my bespoke suits, that I wear while I sleep, to represent my father's business, have kelvar interwoven, to ensure I am safe at all times.

If you have that many enemies you may want to see about having a bespoke Kevlar throat collar made.

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And besides, in the event of an emergency, Jeeves would gladly soften my fall. 

I see, so you prefer to be on top. Does Jeeves get a reach around after?

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My deerskin wallet would patina nicely, post aviation fuel fire.

While basting in your juices as you cook, it just may.
post #87 of 121

Since when does a Brit use the word "college"? You're attending university. You'd only say "college" if you, say, attended Hertford College at the University of Oxford, but in general parlance outside of university you'd rarely, if ever, use the term.

 

For that matter, since when are Brits familiar with the American show "Suits"? My troll-dar is going off...

post #88 of 121
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Since when does a Brit use the word "college"? You're attending university. You'd only say "college" if you, say, attended Hertford College at the University of Oxford, but in general parlance outside of university you'd rarely, if ever, use the term.

For that matter, since when are Brits familiar with the American show "Suits"? My troll-dar is going off...

Sky, iTunes Store, Amazon, YouTube, Tudou, Pirate Bay, etc. The latter two is how I become familiar with many American TV shows. Basically syndication and piracy.
Edited by MikeDT - 5/6/13 at 12:16am
post #89 of 121
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Originally Posted by PapaRubbery View Post


My deerskin wallet would patina nicely, post aviation fuel fire.

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post #90 of 121
I wear suits everyday. I wore suits to class during college and most people assumed that I came from work or i had work after class etc. Except i either was going to the gym, having coffee with hot girls, going to a concert/dance festival or even just going home. I think it's a way of life that is lost on most people these days. I don't mean it in a snobby way - there's no room for snobbery, it's just personal preference. Now I get to wear suits everyday and it's a really amazing feeling.
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