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Southern-style thrifting at my neighbors house this morning: One basket of heirloom tomatoes, one basket of squash, a bunch of okra, two cantaloupes, some rattlesnake pole beans, some banana and jalapeno peppers, and two jars of just-collected honey. :nodding:

post #40742 of 51059
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Southern-style thrifting at my neighbors house this morning: One basket of heirloom tomatoes, one basket of squash, a bunch of okra, two cantaloupes, some rattlesnake pole beans, some banana and jalapeno peppers, and two jars of just-collected honey. nod%5B1%5D.gif

ill take that over a trip to goodwill icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #40743 of 51059
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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post

Southern-style thrifting at my neighbors house this morning: One basket of heirloom tomatoes, one basket of squash, a bunch of okra, two cantaloupes, some rattlesnake pole beans, some banana and jalapeno peppers, and two jars of just-collected honey. nod%5B1%5D.gif
Nice score!
post #40744 of 51059
Back from a week of vacation, probably not gonna read a million missed messages but vacation thrift fit


Beach Boys (yard sale)
Saint Laurent (ebay)
Uniqlo
LVC (clearance sale)

Not pictured: free intense sunburn
post #40745 of 51059
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Southern-style thrifting at my neighbors house this morning: One basket of heirloom tomatoes, one basket of squash, a bunch of okra, two cantaloupes, some rattlesnake pole beans, some banana and jalapeno peppers, and two jars of just-collected honey. :nodding:


Ha, my wife has a bunch of raised beds out back and planted some Okra as well as a bunch of other stuff. They exploded, and we have them come out of our ears. Then we realized we have no idea what to do with them, we tried frying them and they were so fibrous that they were inedible. 

post #40746 of 51059
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Southern-style thrifting at my neighbors house this morning: One basket of heirloom tomatoes, one basket of squash, a bunch of okra, two cantaloupes, some rattlesnake pole beans, some banana and jalapeno peppers, and two jars of just-collected honey. nod%5B1%5D.gif

Best part of living in the south, people around here are trying to give away produce.

However, I'll see your produce and raise you 2 dozen fresh eggs my sister in law brought me last evening.

I would kill for some local honey though, that stuff is expensive.
post #40747 of 51059
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I would kill for some local honey though, that stuff is expensive.
Dude here is selling it for $4 per pint. Hard to beat that for fresh honey.
post #40748 of 51059
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Dude here is selling it for $4 per pint. Hard to beat that for fresh honey.

SHIT! friend of mine got into beekeeping.... and he sells it to me for $20/pint. sheesh.
post #40749 of 51059
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SHIT! friend of mine got into beekeeping.... and he sells it to me for $20/pint. sheesh.


Dude... Go to the Nashville Farmers Market, I usually get a pint for $12 

post #40750 of 51059
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The Russell's I went to the register and she said "aw no, these ain't no $100, they must have meant $10!"



 

These are awesome. They will look great cleaned up.

post #40751 of 51059
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Dude... Go to the Nashville Farmers Market, I usually get a pint for $12 

i think im gonna hit that place up tomorrow morning. We used to go all the time for meat at KLD farms. but man having a kid makes you busy.
post #40752 of 51059

Can anybody verify is these are legit? They look it to me! I wish they were one inch bigger around the waist, they're awesome.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #40753 of 51059
At a glance they look ok, from memory that black IT tag should be an authenticity label.

I haven't seen a pair of those in years, my first designer jeans were a pair of Versace Jeans Couture in a solid blue, must have been '99 or so.
post #40754 of 51059
Do you think I should grab this Coppley for my own use? Label says 38w32s, however that translates. Coppley is alwayd custom cut. Loro Piana 120s from Harry Rosen.

I usually take a 40r jacket.





post #40755 of 51059
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Can anybody verify is these are legit? They look it to me! I wish they were one inch bigger around the waist, they're awesome.


legit.
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