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that was the one my boss had. he traded it for the tiffany i posted a while back. gorgeous watch.
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Still working today, wearing Nautilus. 

 

 

Working SUPER hard.

 

 

Hey. Where is my Nautilus in this pic above?

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Looking good TC family!

Pop quiz: what has a thumb, wears a Nautilus, and is en route to the airport to catch a flight before the game begins because he needs to work on Sunday evening?

THIS guy.
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If my work allowed me to buy those watches, I would be more than pleased to miss the Super Bowl and work on Sundays. biggrin.gif
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If your watch looks bigger in pictures, you may have wide angle close up effect.
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Working SUPER hard.

 

Looking sharp Frills!

Oh wow don't work too hard there mate, wouldn't want you to strain your self! :tounge: 

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I admire how you suffer for your art, Frilly!

 

I also suggest your tailor makes the waist of your suits a touch less trim across the sternum.  Your Johnny Bravo physique is hard to tailor for, clearly, and although that pinching around your top button shows off your manly chest, it doesn't do your suit justice.  Which is more important, because this is Styleforum. :)

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I admire how you suffer for your art, Frilly!

 

I also suggest your tailor makes the waist of your suits a touch less trim across the sternum.  Your Johnny Bravo physique is hard to tailor for, clearly, and although that pinching around your top button shows off your manly chest, it doesn't do your suit justice.  Which is more important, because this is Styleforum. :)

 

Oh no, I actually like that pinching.  After all, it is largely because I am always somehow magically captured in mid-hip-thrust whenever someone takes pics of me.  

 

Suggestive?  Not at all.  

 

Perhaps preparing for the day when Kate finally meets me?  Absolutely.

 

:fistbump: 

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largely because I am always somehow magically captured posing shamelessly in mid-hip-thrust whenever someone takes pics of me.  

 

 

Got you. :)

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measured the cellini, 32mm it is. i never would have guessed that, it looks larger. how about that.
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I admire how you suffer for your art, Frilly!

I also suggest your tailor makes the waist of your suits a touch less trim across the sternum.  Your Johnny Bravo physique is hard to tailor for, clearly, and although that pinching around your top button shows off your manly chest, it doesn't do your suit justice.  Which is more important, because this is Styleforum. smile.gif

Also, just wanted to throw this in--the Frills pose does more for his physique than tailor. In person, Frills' suits are aggressive but actually very well fitting. There is no pull. It was one of those instances where real life fit really is not communicated well in pictures.

But I completely agree, we should not forget that we are always on SF. No cargo shorts in this thread!

*edit: but jeans and wearing loafers without socks are ALWAYS welcome*
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his pose is clearly throwing off the real life fit of the suit.
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Oh no, I actually like that pinching.  After all, it is largely because I am always somehow magically captured in mid-hip-thrust whenever someone takes pics of me.  

Suggestive?  Not at all.  

Perhaps preparing for the day when Kate finally meets me?  Absolutely.

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LOL, suit looks great Frilly. Along the lines of those same objectives, have you considered slightly more open quarters? smile.gif
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I've had a couple Oris watches over the years.  Solid watches and good value.  I don't care for the skeleton dial models at all, but the others are nicely done.

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