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If your wife has that many negatives, you're doing it wrong.
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Sometimes these lifestyle pictures make me contemplate for a millisecond the potential joys of having a wife that you can buy meaningless baubles for and play dress-up with. Then I think about the 999,999 negatives and realize....nah.
...you first would need to find a female human being who likes you or that you like before all these premature worries.
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...you first would need to find a female human being who likes you or that you like before all these premature worries.

 

Yeah, but what if her shoulders are actually advertised on the website as 17'', but there turns out to be greater than a 1/8'' variance on her actual shoulders? Will the vendor reimburse me for the alterations fees at a plastic surgeon, or should I return outright? The problem is if I already cut the tags, then I'm SOL. I mean, I'm all for the handwork that goes into an artisanal product from overseas, but I think there needs to be more quality control. Plus, she has pointy knees.

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^ Oy...
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Yeah, but what if her shoulders are actually advertised on the website as 17'', but there turns out to be greater than a 1/8'' variance on her actual shoulders? Will the vendor reimburse me for the alterations fees at a plastic surgeon, or should I return outright? The problem is if I already cut the tags, then I'm SOL. I mean, I'm all for the handwork that goes into an artisanal product from overseas, but I think there needs to be more quality control. Plus, she has pointy knees.

Nobody's perfect.
post #32181 of 37396
noodles the leather on your shoes looks cracked...
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Spamming my own forum for a good cause: Charity auction for a La Portegna bag and wallet.  Go get it: http://www.styleforum.net/t/512486/styleforum-gives-2015-our-annual-holiday-charity-auctions-for-the-ronald-mcdonald-house/50_50#post_8209361

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Originally Posted by sprout2 View Post

Here are my thoughts on sock colors. There are four sock colors, five if you count black for funerals.

1. Navy
2. Burgundy
3. Olive
4. Brown

Wear 1 with everything, 2 and 3 with separates, and 4 with beige suits in summer.
I think you just need 1 pair each of 2-4 and then 99 pairs of type 1.

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are those vass, sugar?
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
 

Spamming my own forum for a good cause: Charity auction for a La Portegna bag and wallet.  Go get it: http://www.styleforum.net/t/512486/styleforum-gives-2015-our-annual-holiday-charity-auctions-for-the-ronald-mcdonald-house/50_50#post_8209361

 

I've had a La Portenga wallet for a while now and it's awesome.  Bid and bid high, people!

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are those vass, sugar?

Oh, that would be nice. But no, these are C&J.
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Orange

 

Barf!

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I threw up because Sprout threw up.

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Also sometimes I wear grey socks.
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I was going to include gray, but they could almost always be substitued with navy.

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