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Don't act like you don't know.

 

Don't think I've ever seen one in teh civilised world. Is Kohls for shaving stuff?

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She writes a blog about ethical fashion

 

Link?

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I think MonkeyFace may not know Kohl's for real.

Caustic Man, you do go overboard at times so I would put a damper on it. And yeah, it's pretty bad when it's coming from me.

@Claghorn - so shop at NMWA and MadeWell?

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Is Kohls for shaving stuff?

 

Only your dignity.

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Caustic Man, you do go overboard at times so I would put a damper on it. And yeah, it's pretty bad when it's coming from me.

 

Don't, dude. Just don't.

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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post
 

 

Link?

 

Yes, please send him a link so he can get edumacated. 

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Only your dignity.

 

Apparently there's a kiehls and a kohls. You learn something every day. 

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how can I have missed so much in 20 minutes??

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It comes and goes. Then Noods gets excited and wants to show everyone how good a mod he would be. Apparently monkey is in the corner shaving for god knows what reason. Everyone else is simple getting to enjoy how awesome I look on the last few pages.
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Yes, please send him a link so he can get edumacated. 

 

Apparently there's a kiehls and a kohls. You learn something every day. 

Wait...I thought Kiehls was the European spelling of Kohls. What's going on?!

 

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It comes and goes. Then Noods gets excited and wants to show everyone how good a mod he would be. Apparently monkey is in the corner shaving for god knows what reason. Everyone else is simple getting to enjoy how awesome I look on the last few pages.
 

Mod? I was just killing time and enjoying the exchanges between you too. 

 

And if you really have not realized that you do go overboard with your posts then...keep at it. 

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Apparently there's a kiehls and a kohls. You learn something every day. 

As I am bilingual in the language of US vs. UK retail, let me translate:

Kiehl's is an American version of Molton Brown

Kohl's is half a month's dole payment above Asda.

Are we good now?
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As I am bilingual in the language of US vs. UK retail, let me translate:

Kiehl's is an American version of Molton Brown

Kohl's is half a month's dole payment above Asda.

Are we good now?

 

Very good, cheers!

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Mod? I was just killing time and enjoying the exchanges between you too. 

 

Kill your own time. Mine is alive and well.

 

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Kohl's is half a month's dole payment above Asda.

 

Hilarious!

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Thread Starter 
I'm looking to get two shirts from Luxire. Spread collar. Thoughts on what they should be?
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not NOBD 2 collar?

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^^^ Claghorn is like my wife (well not really, but hear me out). Whenever there is an argument (we rarely argue, but her sister and mother get into it all the time) she tactful changes the subject and no one notices what they were arguing about.
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