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I am available for lunch in London on 3 April, and also afternoon of 8 April.  

 

All day and night on 9 April in Budapest.

 

I have never murdered anyone.  In fact, I am very friendly.

 

That is all.

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No, not you pose, your posture. The way you naturally stand. A lot of issues can be fixed or at least improved with some dedication, and would probably take you the same amount of time as Fields takes for alterations. 

Very true! Someone was about to take a picture of me and then said your posture is all messed up and corrected me with pointers. I'll give that a try cus it does make a real difference. :fonz: 

 

 

@Claghorn

I'll be in Seoul next week so let me know when you're free...

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I am available for lunch in London on 3 April, and also afternoon of 8 April.  

All day and night on 9 April in Budapest.

I have never murdered anyone.  In fact, I am very friendly.

That is all.

Easter weekend! Sorry buddy we have plans, once again my loss
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Easter weekend! Sorry buddy we have plans, once again my loss

 

Haha, have fun! I always forget about holidays since I don't observe them. Have a great weekend with the dutchess and flower garden :)

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Find what works for YOU. Robo pose is great for some, sitting for others, doing badass things for still others. Find yo groove.

True that. I like to mix it up for fun.

Also, I have never been a fran of austerity brogues. Not my jam.
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If Noodles is looking to dip his toes into the waters of The Brogue, I recommend these:

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G&G Westminster on the 71 is the best brouge ever.
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Can you suggest me European online shops with a good variety of trousers at affordable prices (120-150€)? Howard Yount and epaulets are nice but I don't have the time and the patience to deal with custom duties or returning anymore. Also with the €/$ almost 1/1 it's not that convenient.
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If Noodles is looking to dip his toes into the waters of The Brogue, I recommend these:

Are these AE? If so, no way Jose. They hurt my feet.
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Are these AE? If so, no way Jose. They hurt my feet.


Dafuq? AEs are some of the most comfortable shoes I own. Oh well, to each their own. You might try Jack Erwin. I'm going to do a write up on them soon, but they are remarkable for the price and have more cushioning than AE.

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Are these AE? If so, no way Jose. They hurt my feet.


How so?

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AE builds its shoes on several different lasts, so just because one doesn't fit comfortably doesn't mean that you should write off the brand.  True of many brands, but especially true of AE in my limited experience. 

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^^^ Yup.

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I hate AE with such a fiery passion and I dont even know why.
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I hate AE with such a fiery passion and I dont even know why.


Elitist!

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