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Yellow shirt.    

 

 

 

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Great ensemble!  Love the color and texture coordination with the corduroy jacket, vest, tie and pocket square, with Fall / Winter season colors to compliment (burgundy vest and brownish shoes).  Great stuff!

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Quick cellphone shots; just realized I wore double glencheck.
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:uhoh:  AWKWARD!!!     the occasional navy pent, grey odd jacket or a neat-with-an-SC can be forgiven but double glen check isn't cricket 

 

 

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u guys rok.   So Sander decided to give up the gloves?
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Ich möchte einen berlinersmile.gif

Funny thing is: in west Germany, where I come from, "Berliner" means this doughnut-like pastry. But in Berlin, this doughnut-like pastry is called "Pfannkuchen" which in the rest of Germany is, and literally means, "pancake". "Berliner Pfannkuchen" as in the wikipedia article: I have never heard that term before. Seriously.
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uhoh.gif   AWKWARD!!!     the occasional navy pent, grey odd jacket or a neat-with-an-SC can be forgiven but double glen check isn't cricket 



Yeah yeah, I stood in the corner for a while after I realized.
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Funny thing is: in west Germany, where I come from, "Berliner" means this doughnut-like pastry. But in Berlin, this doughnut-like pastry is called "Pfannkuchen" which in the rest of Germany is, and literally means, "pancake". "Berliner Pfannkuchen" as in the wikipedia article: I have never heard that term before. Seriously.

 

And in Holland, "Berliner" means some kind of sausage to eat with your bread. The Berliner Berliner is called "Berliner Bol" :teach:

Yeah, it's Sunday...

 

 

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Funny thing is: in west Germany, where I come from, "Berliner" means this doughnut-like pastry. But in Berlin, this doughnut-like pastry is called "Pfannkuchen" which in the rest of Germany is, and literally means, "pancake". "Berliner Pfannkuchen" as in the wikipedia article: I have never heard that term before. Seriously.

Ironically enough, the only place where I've ever seen "berliners" sold under that name was in Madrid (and they were enormous - about twice the diameter of the one in the spoilered picture). In America, the term used to describe such a pastry is a "jelly doughnut".
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I prefer the term KRAPFEN over Berliner or Pfannkuchen. It's just so angry.

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In dominicis Adventus.

J Press jacket
Brooks Bros OCBD
Wool tie (liturgically correct)
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Just out and about today. Still getting some wrinkles out of the SC (shipping related).

Formosa, Rota, Mazzarelli, Rider Boot Co.

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I am shocked that Germans are unable to get the jelly in the middle of the doughnut. It's so...un-German.
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I am shocked that Germans are unable to get the jelly in the middle of the doughnut. It's so...un-German.

 

I'm sure they can but you don't know the hole story.

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I'm sure they can but you don't know the hole story.

Reunification issue?
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In dominicis Adventus.

J Press jacket
Brooks Bros OCBD
Wool tie (liturgically correct)

A plaid grey jacket with a deep purple tie is a dapper look for the Winter Season! Especially given that you hail from Wolverine State!

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^ Well it's certainly better than maize and blue! stirpot.gif
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