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post #17716 of 51023
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Originally Posted by My Main Man View Post

I found one of these crazy coffee science machines a few weeks ago. Been too scared to try it yet though.


Shit looks like its a meth beaker or something lol
post #17717 of 51023
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Originally Posted by jdrizzy View Post

Just over here crying. Missed out on a cashmere cucinellli tie


I know how you feel, I once bought the same thing from an online charity store for basically nothing, but it got lost in the post. I'm still upset.

post #17718 of 51023
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Originally Posted by txwoodworker View Post
 

^^Woah, what is that?

 

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Originally Posted by PLaydice View Post


Shit looks like its a meth beaker or something lol

It's a Hellem vacuum coffee maker from France. It's insane. I bet I could make some really good meth in it.

post #17719 of 51023
FYI, near Seattle this weekend. I can't make it, but looks like it could be good.

http://www.estatesales.net/WA/Renton/98059/1030398

THIS IS A SALE FOR HUNTERS. FISHING,HUNTING ATTIRE, ALL XL, SHOES SIZE 14, TOOLS GALORE, GARAGE FULL OUT BACK SHED HAS RELOADING, We have a great estate sale of a man who worked for Boeing and was an avid fisherman and hunter. shotgun and rifle reloading, knives, closets full and 3 clothes racks full of hunting wear, rifle scopes new in boxes. coats, jackets, shoes, gloves caps, ties belts, back packs, knives, exquisite gun stocks, shirts, wool socks tons of T-shirts, sleeping bags, sweaters, many T-shirts in black most never worn. He bought new hunting clothes every year, most he purchased at Cabelas . Also a garage filled with tools, Shop out back also filled with reloading , antelope mount , mountain goat mount two pelts, one is antelope the other is a deer. Pickup camper, 1968 Intl. Scout, 12 ft. Livingston boat, Ford pickup, utility trailer,large safe, GF all steel safe co. {General fire proofing Co.} {Youngstown Ohio} 44x66x29. 2-door, motor oil, router, sawall, impact wrenches, clamps galore, screwdrivers, metal cabinets, chain hoist. No guns, Pistol holsters, and knives, Beautiful gun stocks. The garage is packed and also the outer shed. Impossible to price everything. The clothes are sizes XL and shoes are size 14. Bring boxes . We can let everyone in since there is the house, garage and outer shop in the back... CASH ONLY.
post #17720 of 51023
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Hurricane STEVE KANE still dominates the weather beat, bringing light surprises today, with continued surprises throughout the weekend. Chance of swag up 75%, while total panty moisture could exceed last year's high of .25".

Stay tuned for epic shout-outs and more. Film at eleven.
post #17721 of 51023
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Originally Posted by My Main Man View Post

I found one of these crazy coffee science machines a few weeks ago. Been too scared to try it yet though.





My brother got one of these recently. Siphon brewer. It's really fun to use. Makes great coffee as well!
post #17722 of 51023

From the last couple of days.

 

Available:

 

 

 

 

HENSCH MAN XL

 

 

 

 

 

OLIVER SWEENEY

 

 

 

BRIONI

 

 

TURNBULL & ASSER

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAUL SMITH

 

 

TURNBULL & ASSER

 

 

 

ZEGNA TROFEO COMFORT SUIT 52

 

 

TED BAKER NWT

 

 

CANALI WOOL/CASHMERE

 

post #17723 of 51023
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Originally Posted by noob in 89 View Post

 total panty moisture could exceed last year's high of .25".

:lol:

post #17724 of 51023

Also picked up this pristine bespoke Turnbull & Asser...almost didn't because I don't like it but they always sell well....however...

 

 

When I got home I noticed that.....

 

 

 

 

It has a friggin zipper down the whole length. I can't believe I didn't notice, will probably be impossible to shift.

post #17725 of 51023
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Originally Posted by TinderStick View Post
 

Also picked up this pristine bespoke Turnbull & Asser...almost didn't because I don't like it but they always sell well....however...

 

 

When I got home I noticed that.....

 

 

 

 

It has a friggin zipper down the whole length. I can't believe I didn't notice, will probably be impossible to shift.

RARE Custom Made SUPER COMFY should be on the tittle:nodding:

post #17726 of 51023
the same guy that bought the velcro john lobbs might want this
post #17727 of 51023
Is this elephant?
post #17728 of 51023
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Originally Posted by JFST View Post
 

RARE Custom Made SUPER COMFY should be on the tittle:nodding:

WHY would you request to have a zip. The thing is an abomination. The only reason I can think of is that the customer had arthritis or something similar and struggles with buttons?!

post #17729 of 51023

Easier to remove when one's drunk...:hide:

post #17730 of 51023

It's been a while since I had anything to post here, sadly no grails or astonishing shit lately but yesterday I think I did pretty good.

Uber recent Adrian Jules (2013) Custom made suit, lovely, such a hard on but unfortunately doesn't fit me. 

 

This is the kind of polo you want right? USA, MOP buttons, manly scenes portrayed 

 

 

Paul Smith rare design sportcoat.

 

 

Found two of these recently RLPL 16"

This is a beauty, wool/silk houndstooth HF jacket, 42R

 

 

My first Bills khakis, 

Subtle Etro Milano suit

 

Another PS 

 

 

Pullover Burberry

 

 

Other stuff I found in these last 2 weeks

Alan Paine turtleneck

 

 

BB Loro Piana Pure Cash

Gran Sasso Cotton/cash

 

Oxxford 43

Salvatore Ferragamo Shirt

NWT VV corduroy Pants

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