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Poll Results: Who Had the best Shade of CAWK?

Poll expired: May 14, 2013 This is a multiple choice poll
  • 3% (2)
    Holdfast with Tie Bar Accessory Pokemon
  • 1% (1)
    GMMcL with Fringe Everything Pokemon
  • 46% (30)
    Monkeyface with Astaire Belt Pokemon
  • 1% (1)
    RDiaz with Flower Pokemon
  • 10% (7)
    upr_crust with Tie Bar Pokemon
  • 0% (0)
    btatedash with Tie Clip Heirloom Pokemon
  • 0% (0)
    archibaldleach with Barely Visible Tie Clip Pokemon
  • 17% (11)
    Tirailleur1 with Red Hat Igbo Chief Hat Pokemon
  • 15% (10)
    Timotune with #YOLO Monogram Pokemon
  • 3% (2)
    unbelragazzo with Sprezzy Missing Tassel Pokemon
  • 3% (2)
    SeaJen with Grad Ceremonial Robe Pokemon
  • 0% (0)
    RedDevil10 with Exotic Tassel Pokemon
  • 0% (0)
    Dewi with Lapel Pin Pokemon
  • 15% (10)
    Spoo with Man Fur Pokemon
  • 0% (0)
    SharplyTailored with Fancy Cufflink Pokemon
  • 40% (26)
    TTO with Casio Watch Pokemon
  • 9% (6)
    LilacCords with Color Coordinating Pokemon
64 Total Votes  
post #16 of 145
There have been a series of coincidental circumstance which have not only encouraged me to participate in tomorrow's exercise, but may prove to push me over the edge, going from P cawk to farkakt* in short order. Be afraid, be very afraid . . .

*Note - Ask Stitchy for the definition of "farkakt".
post #17 of 145
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

There have been a series of coincidental circumstance which have not only encouraged me to participate in tomorrow's exercise, but may prove to push me over the edge, going from P cawk to farkakt* in short order. Be afraid, be very afraid . . .

*Note - Ask Stitchy for the definition of "farkakt".

i will be moar farkakt than you, when i post a fit in my wifes clothing. no idea how its going to fit me though, i am almost twice her weight.
post #18 of 145
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

There have been a series of coincidental circumstance which have not only encouraged me to participate in tomorrow's exercise, but may prove to push me over the edge, going from P cawk to farkakt* in short order. Be afraid, be very afraid . . .

*Note - Ask Stitchy for the definition of "farkakt".

Looking forward to competing against you, I have planned something rather peacockish as well! May the best peacock win.

 

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P.S. UrbanDictonionary is always a valuable resource for people like myself who cannot wait for Stichy's reply: "Based on the Yiddish word verkakte. It can mean dirty, shitty, full of crap, or screwed-up." It's funny that verkakt is an actual Dutch word, which is derived from "kak", which means shit, and is a common swearword. I wonder whether the word was originated in Dutch or in Yiddish, but I'm guessing it's the latter?

 

  

post #19 of 145
I like the substitution, T, well done. If I had an odd accessory I would join in, but I will enjoy as a spectator in any case.
post #20 of 145
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

I like the substitution, T, well done. If I had an odd accessory I would join in, but I will enjoy as a spectator in any case.


You don't have any odd hats, shades, pins, shoes, tie clips, cufflinks, monocles, gold grills, ?

Rummage thru that closet. There is bound to be something.

I refuse to believe you went to Pitti and didn't stumble over some sort of oddity. I mean how many US Veterans can say they went to Vietnam shacked with the local prostitutes and didn't bring back some kind of STD?

post #21 of 145
I do have some shoes, yes. I went through Pitti in a body condom though.
post #22 of 145
But this challenge is making me realize, I need at least two or three more tasteless ties.
post #23 of 145
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P.S. UrbanDictonionary is always a valuable resource for people like myself who cannot wait for Stichy's reply: "Based on the Yiddish word verkakte. It can mean dirty, shitty, full of crap, or screwed-up." 
It's funny that verkakt is an actual Dutch word, which is derived from "kak", which means shit, and is a common swearword. I wonder whether the word was originated in Dutch or in Yiddish, but I'm guessing it's the latter?

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< Latin cacare.
post #24 of 145
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< Latin cacare.

 

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Ha, should've know that after having had six years of Latin. Cheers!

post #25 of 145
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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post

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P.S. UrbanDictonionary is always a valuable resource for people like myself who cannot wait for Stichy's reply: "Based on the Yiddish word verkakte. It can mean dirty, shitty, full of crap, or screwed-up." 
It's funny that verkakt is an actual Dutch word, which is derived from "kak", which means shit, and is a common swearword. I wonder whether the word was originated in Dutch or in Yiddish, but I'm guessing it's the latter?
  

yiddish is kinda of a melting pot of many different languages, so its not surprise that the yiddish word is a variation of another of multiple possibilities for origin.
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

I like the substitution, T, well done. If I had an odd accessory I would join in, but I will enjoy as a spectator in any case.

your hair might count as a accessory. also, you work in DC, just walk outside to a corner im sure someone is giving out pins for something or another.
post #26 of 145

Early entry from today (if this is permitted; I leave it to T to decide), as the forecast is not great for tomorrow and I don't really wear tropical/bright colours if it's not at least somewhat sunny outside. I might still be able to work out a fit for the challenge tomorrow anyway - in which case, obviously today's pic won't count - but otherwise I'll use this one:

 

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post #27 of 145

Watching this thread carefully, although unable to participate due to lacking travel wardrobe.

post #28 of 145
great looking fit HF. almost somber for what what i was expecting this challenge to bring, but i quite like it.
post #29 of 145
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

great looking fit HF. almost somber for what what i was expecting this challenge to bring, but i quite like it.

 

Good god man, if that's somber, I better wear sunglasses before browsing this thread tomorrow. laugh.gif

post #30 of 145

where is the odd accessory, HF? tounge.gif

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