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Any civilized gentleman wears a lounge suit to the beach.

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With flip flops
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Originally Posted by BrooksLauren77 View Post
 

Any civilized gentleman wears a lounge suit to the beach.

Who was talking about the beach?

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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post

Yeah, I might get a heavy flannel suit, but completely unlined, so it won't be too hot for indoors. Unfortunately, modern day heating does not take into account old fashioned cloths.
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1) I prefer to wear the heaviest coats I can tolerate and linen shirts works well with that.

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For those of you that iron your own shirts, is that everyone?   How long does it take you for each shirt? 

8 minutes. 

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Originally Posted by sebflynn View Post
 

Who was talking about the beach?

 

Don't tell me you're considering to wear flip flops anywhere else?

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Originally Posted by Coxsackie View Post

I doubt it. However it sounds like you have a blocked eustachian tube. Blowing your nose is forcing air through the blockage and raising your middle ear pressure, which then interferes with the function of your balance organ (the semicircular canals, next to the cochlea but not part of it).

You could try a decongestant like Sudafed for a day or two.

Clearly this is just general advice which does not substitute for a proper consultation; especially given the fact that I am actually a serial killer, posting this from prison.
Thx! I see. I really did have an infected cochlea once which kept me down for a good two weeks. The vertigo that you get from the viral infection is probably the worst thing I have gone thru. Your world is just spinning 24/7.

Anyways, who needs WebMD when you have NGNT and Dr. Cox (typing away in prison).
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Who was talking about the beach?

 

 

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An essential part of any Aussies wardrobe. What else do you wear to the beach? I like 'em :)

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Don't tell me you're considering to wear flip flops anywhere else?

I love them to much to wear anything else.

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Flip flops are disgusting.
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With flip flops


The refined gentleman wear mandals, sir.

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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Flip flops are disgusting.

Is it the flip flops or is it my stained yellow feet?

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Maybe you smell my feet.

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I used to drop them off at the drycleaners, until I realised I was spending about $150/month it. Now I just put on a show I've been meaning to catch up on, and iron a week's worth of shirts. Takes me about  45 minutes for 7 shirts. I'd probably pay for the drycleaners if I didn't have so many shows to catch up on. 

 

Right before I made the dry cleaners decision, I was looking around the basement/laundry room area for an ideal place to hang a flat screen TV.

 

May have to revisit this idea if dry cleaning bills get that ugly.

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