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Portofino / beige / green / blue navy

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Some play on reds...
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Habemus... Dennim? Don't know how to decline Dennis.
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My guess, and it's only a guess, is that Prof Thornber was Australian, and that "aboriginal" refers to the Australian aborigines. Cricket is very popular here.

Yeh we know!!!

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Habemus... Dennim? Don't know how to decline Dennis.

One cannot decline Dennis - he must always be accepted!.
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Habemus... Dennim? Don't know how to decline Dennis.

 

I believe it should be "Dennem" here, but it's been awhile...

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I believe it should be "Dennem" here, but it's been awhile...

 

Yup, if we make "Dennis" a 3rd declension noun.

 

How'd you like to be 3rd declension, Dennis?

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Yup, if we make "Dennis" a 3rd declension noun.

How'd you like to be 3rd declension, Dennis?

3rd declension? For us, they had names like a-declension, o-declension, consonantic declension...

And damn, I was really hoping for another opportunity for a lame joke with Dennim.
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3rd declension? For us, they had names like a-declension, o-declension, consonantic declension...
 

 

You Germans can handle such logical sophistication.  For us, Lesson One of Latin is "contrary to popular belief, English was not always the dominant language of the world's global empires."  

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Blame the italians for the buttoning point......

If you buy suit in Long, buttoning point will go down too.
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You Germans can handle such logical sophistication.  For us, Lesson One of Latin is "contrary to popular belief, English was not always the dominant language of the world's global empires."  


WHAT?!? :butbut:

 

(I never took Latin)

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You Germans can handle such logical sophistication.  For us, Lesson One of Latin is "contrary to popular belief, English was not always the dominant language of the world's global empires."  

Well, neither was Latin, until later in the history of Roman Empire. If I dare say, in the bigger part of Roman history Greek was the "lingua franca", at least among educated. FWIW, Bible was compiled in Greek first, then translated to Latin.

And up until the end of WWII, French was the language of world wide diplomacy.

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Linen.

 

 

 

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If you buy suit in Long, buttoning point will go down too.

Will try next time some 54 L models.

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Fresco, chambray & seersucker up top, suede linen and wool below. In hindsight I should have went with a darker shoe. 

 


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Best,

 

DL-

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@DavidLane  I'm super jealous of the fresco color. I want a jacket in that exact shade but wife has already given me the side eye...

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