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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post

At this point I think the original gist has been lost and, while some entries have been amusing, perhaps we can retire it and go back to infighting and name calling?

Right impuntura you big goon?

Hahaha! ha? (please don't squash me)

I was actually tjinking the same thing
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42S, very pretty in person.


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@SpooPoker what is that zipper LV? 

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Congrats, Chet! cheers.gif
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Congrats, Chet! cheers.gif


+1

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@TheNeedMachine 

 

GWAR and Morton Downey Jr taught me that that symbol (whirling log?) is rotating the *wrong* way in any case besides. that 100-year-old textile came out of a thrift? holy shit!

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@SpooPoker
 what is that zipper LV? 

Womens wallet.
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Congrats Chet!


I finally got out today, but only to consignment shops. But the fiancé found the best item of the day. Pics later (tomorrow)
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@TheNeedMachine 

 

GWAR and Morton Downey Jr taught me that that symbol (whirling log?) is rotating the *wrong* way in any case besides. that 100-year-old textile came out of a thrift? holy shit!

 

That was from an estate sale.  An INSANE house.  I went down to the basement.  Then the sub-basement.  Then the sub-sub-basement and people were getting weirded out how wet and dark it was - all these narrow passages and original quarry stone walls.  

  

I commented about how it was pretty much the same basement as Silence of the Lambs, and how I felt really comfortable there and asked if anyone had some lotion, and everyone left.  So I grabbed the stuff I wanted and made haste.  

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Sorry, only a teaser for tonight, had a great afternoon.  Too lazy to unload the car, so some quick trunk label pron:

prl

Gucci x2

Monks

gorgeous mainline SC

bape

cuci&bb

I think I knocked off about 1/4 of the SF approved label list today, POP on Thom Browne and it's NWT, POP on BAPE, more I'm forgetting.

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First post here in this forum...

 

Before meeting up with @impuntura today to snag that sweet Seraphin jacket he posted earlier today, I picked up these for myself at the Harry Rosen Outlet for a little over $200 Canadian...

 

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That was from an estate sale.  An INSANE house.  

Was that the Druid Hills house?
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thriftergy!

 

popped a sensational Thom Browne skinny repp along with a vintage Bottega Veneta printed satin tie (lotta ties lately!). won't disgrace with a potato pic but maybe later.

 

also never ever thought i would cop Hickey Freeman but i picked up a terrific circa 60s one button specimen. 

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Was that the Druid Hills house?

It was. And if you're the guy who bought the tramp art frame - hello!
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OK, dug around to find that Thom Browne, forgot Canali, Paul Stuart, St. John (@vexco ), Gustin, Billy Reid, bonobos... better post tomorrow

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