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I really don' think it is fait to say Ralph Lauren items are junk. You can by far worse items at many other stores. For many people the price and quality is they key point. I think many people would agree with me when I say there is a lot of people one upping each other on the forum. Everybody needs to have the best designer shoes or suits. Would a pair of dress shoes get most everyone by? I think they would. One of the things I like about Polo is all the choices you have in colors. If I need a certain color, that is probably the only place I can go to for it. I myself have been impressed with how well the merchandise has help up wash after wash. I am lucky because I work in a low-end department store and by many of is polo shirts for under $6.00 and buy his $69.50 dress shirts for under $9.00. It is a super value for a college student. As for walking around with the pony on my chest, I don't care. I wear what I like and what feels good to me. I was not trying to rep the forum members when I said there is a lot of one upping on this forum. Everyone here has been a big help to me and I just don't think it is fair to label is clothing as "junk".
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I have a few items of his clothing and a few items of his furniture around my house.    
Nominated for the understatement of the year award.
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(cuffthis @ April 28 2005,08:53) I have a few items of his clothing and a few items of his furniture around my house.
Nominated for the understatement of the year award.
I second the motion... ...and motion passed. Jon.
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Sellin' the dream... and we buy it.
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