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post #46 of 347
Eric, there is some nomenclature confusion, in that every shirtmaker can call his collars whatever he wants. I could sell shirts with collars called London, Paris and Tokyo if I wanted to. What is called a "cocktail cuff" by some is called "Bond cuff" by others.

But please, accept the fact that the name "cutaway collar" has been in use for a very long time. That is not changed by the fact that JAB or whoever does not chose to use this word. It's out there, and everyone here except you knows what is meant by it.
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it doesn't matter if you call them cutaway or vagina collars, no one in their right mind would ever wear one.
Awesome! This thread turned the pataphysician from lurker to poster. Probably the first first post in history everyone can agree with. Welcome pataphysician.
post #49 of 347
I think he is trying to establish that there is confusion in the marketplace in order to demonstrate that he can legitimately claim intellectual property rights over his patented cutaways, which is more difficult to do if cutaways already exist.

If so, I wouldn't worry about it Eric. I doubt anyone will challenge your patents. And, you also have the nifty tie loop patent. I'm sure this baby will make you a billionaire in no time.




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i apologize for my ignorance, but gentlemen i dont think you know the difference between an english spread, windsor spread, wing collar, cut away, or a spread collar. you told me i dont know what i am talking about, i think you guys are confused. i dont know if there are any lawyers out there, but if this was a jury decision i see a lot of nomenclature confusion. confusion breeds doubt and inconsistency. i am honered this forum is available to discuss my cutaway collars. god bless the souls of my forefathers in fashion, but unfortunately today fashion experts have tarnished your definition of a cutaway collar. thanks eric glennie.
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^^^ Is that a metal button?
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Probably the first first post in history everyone can agree with.
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Hey ed...don't you have that tie?
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Hey ed...don't you have that tie?

I think that tie is the epitome of Manton's "Attractive Red Tie?" thread.
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http://miami.craigslist.org/clo/352916043.html

You dont need a fancy logo to know your wearing an eric glennie dress shirt.

http://atlanta.craigslist.org/biz/355614462.html

hot collars for the high-profile client

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^^^ Is that a metal button?





Actually, I believe that it is a snap.
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eric, please see the image a couple posts back. For the last century or more, a cutaway collar has been one where the points cut back toward the shoulders, leaving a wide space for the tie knot. A cutaway collar is not a turtleneck with a vagina for the tie to slip through. link please
LSHICB!!! Besides the style, there are other concerns to wearing one of these: community standards!
post #57 of 347
To add to the argument, I'd like to say that if I'm going to take the trouble to tie a torso-length phallus around my neck to lead females' eyes directly from my face to my genitals, I am not going to disrupt the effort by placing a vagina under my chin.
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To add to the argument, I'd like to say that if I'm going to take the trouble to tie a torso-length phallus around my neck to lead females' eyes directly from my face to my genitals, I am not going to disrupt the effort by placing a vagina under my chin.



Jon.
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thanks gentlemen for all your lovely responses. if you can get your genitalia out of your heads and knuckles out from dragging in the sand, i hope you might like the newest designs i posted on my website www.ericglennie.com. tell me what you think about my side-bar collars, rear-bar collars , and spliced neckties. does this calm you crazed apes and hopefully speed up evolution. thanks eric.
post #60 of 347
That would definitely be an ambiguous message. I've never thought of the necktie as pointing southward, as it's usually covered up toward the bottom - however, a collar and tie appear to point to the face like an arrow.
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