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What Cleav meant to say was that to withdraw funds, you must first transfer them to cleav@england.co.uk

Sheeeit!
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Thread Starter 
Is that you speaking Texan? If so, not half bad! Butchy, whatchu think?
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deer mista cleeb, 

 

i sant you mai paypar maney to the address dat Mr.Claghorny plobided to mi. I sant you ONE-TOWSAND-POOR-HUNDRUD-DALLAS. Police cunpirm dat you habe receibed my paypar maney. 

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Dear My Brother In The Lord!

 

I am writing to you because you are the person of known integrity and honesty and discretion.  I am the very wealthy person man what is dying of a long and sad disease of many places.  Because I am having no sons or childrens even though I am very wealthy and rich man I am wanting to send to you my fortune for giving to the charities and needy peoples.

 

Please to send your account number and passport copy to me if you are willing to accept this noble duty and I will soon be sending the sum of TWENTYONETEEN MILLION ENGLISH DOLLARS to you for the using at your wish.

 

To be sure of best outcomes, I wish that you are not telling anyone our secret of this good plan.

 

Happy day and best brotherhood to you!

 

 

The Reverend Professor Doctor Mister Beckham Churchill Jhonny

Attorney at Law and Minister  

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Thread Starter 
Cleav is a Nigerian prince! Pass it on.
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He's not the Messiah. He's a very naughty boy.

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Feck, cover blown!
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Thread Starter 
@LA Guy

Can we give Cleav the CT of "Nigerian Prince"?
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Noodlists, 

 

Now that I've invested on a nice pair of grey ROTA trousers, it appears that I must complement it with a sports coat/blazer. Navy, while safe, seems boring as hell. I'll keep on looking at 20+ thumbs up posts to get a better idea. Let me know if you have a good suggestion. 

 

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Start playing with textures and navy becomes less boring

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^ My good suggestion is to get that Formosa navy sport coat. It's a great place to start with an odd jacket--boring at first and then only as boring as you make it.

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Noodles. A navy blazer is versatile and should be your first real odd jacket. Boring is kind of the point. That said, you need suits way more than sport coats.
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Navy is not boring. Navy is what's next, noods!
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post
 

 

 Navy, while safe, seems boring as hell.

 

 

Somewhere in Texas, Claghorn is crying.  But are they tears of laughter or sorrow?

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Originally Posted by MGoCrimson View Post
 

Start playing with textures and navy becomes less boring

Texture. Thanks

 

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Originally Posted by Mr. Six View Post
 

^ My good suggestion is to get that Formosa navy sport coat. It's a great place to start with an odd jacket--boring at first and then only as boring as you make it.

This one with the sale and the tailor's credit is ONLY $1,355!!! I want to pull the trigger!

 

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Originally Posted by archibaldleach View Post

Noodles. A navy blazer is versatile and should be your first real odd jacket. Boring is kind of the point. That said, you need suits way more than sport coats.

A suit is definitely what I should be pursuing, however, I am fine playing OJT once or twice a week. This will give the Formosa suits time to rest. 

 

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Navy is not boring. Navy is what's next, noods!

That jacket screams boring! But it's the right one. 

 

 

Some non-boring SCs.

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