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Have you checked out BnTailor's safari jackets?

Yep. Unfortunately their web shop is down, and when I emailed them about it was told that it's completely out of stock.

post #33932 of 37420
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Originally Posted by Cao Cao View Post
 

 

My wife is 8 years younger than me and so I try my best to not look like her father.

 

 

Oh boy. You think you have a problem. [facepalm]

post #33933 of 37420
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Originally Posted by Coxsackie View Post


Oh boy. You think you have a problem. [facepalm]
Ha!
I have nothing to say in front of you sir.
post #33934 of 37420
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Originally Posted by Cao Cao View Post

Ha!
I have nothing to say in front of you sir.

Nor in front of me, either - Husband is 16 years my junior (although Late Husband was 23 years my senior - I've seen the situation from both sides).
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

 I've seen the situation from both sides

:paranoia:

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Originally Posted by GusW View Post

Well, is it easier to get new pants or a new girlfriend?

Are we talking Ambrosi?
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Are we talking Ambrosi?

That's rice pudding, isn't it?
post #33938 of 37420
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Are we talking Ambrosi?

If his girlfriend is Scarlet then Ambrosi pants and a new girlfriend would be equally challenging.


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Originally Posted by GusW View Post


If his girlfriend is Jessica then Ambrosi pants and a new girlfriend would be equally challenging.

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Nor in front of me, either - Husband is 16 years my junior (although Late Husband was 23 years my senior - I've seen the situation from both sides).

Wow! I think I will not mention my spouse's age from here on out. 

I have been called a lot of things by her friends and her relatives so I thought I had committed a crime. LOL

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I was at GAP yesterday looking for chinos for Mrs.C's classroom observation (over the next year, we'll be building her "teacher" wardrobe).

Anyway, someone thought I worked there. :-(

For the record, I was wearing:

post #33942 of 37420
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

I was at GAP yesterday looking for chinos for Mrs.C's classroom observation (over the next year, we'll be building her "teacher" wardrobe).

Anyway, someone thought I worked there. :-(

For the record, I was wearing:


That's horrible. Great outfit, but how anyone could assume that was GAP-level?
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

I was at GAP yesterday looking for chinos for Mrs.C's classroom observation (over the next year, we'll be building her "teacher" wardrobe).

Anyway, someone thought I worked there. :-(

For the record, I was wearing:

This happens to me at Goodwill.

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

I was at GAP yesterday looking for chinos for Mrs.C's classroom observation (over the next year, we'll be building her "teacher" wardrobe).

Anyway, someone thought I worked there. :-(

For the record, I was wearing:


That's a shame and that jacket will now probably only bring horrible memories back to you upon each subsequent wearing. To save you this psychic trauma, I am happy to take it off of your hands immediately. No charge for this service, as I am a giving person. You're welcome.

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Now that's terrible @Claghorn.
Who works at GAP dressed like that?!
If it was at NM, that wud have been ok cus that's what happened to me. Lol

I told this story before but I once was walking out of a Thai restaurant with my coworkers and this white lady asked ME where the restroom was. Then she said, "Oh, I thut you worked here."

Another time, a coworker came up to me and asked if I knew a good Chinese restaurant. (I am not even Chinese).
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