Right.you said vicuNA just the way it's spelled.
Which it's not.whats ur point.
Are you slow,seriously.
OK fellas, just picked up the Kiton today, I'm sure you are all dying for details (not really), but I thought I'd make good on my promise for more pics anyways. FWIW I dialed the original retailer of this particular sports jacket (Harry Rosen) and gave them the SKU because the tag was attached, just hidden away in the sleeve. Guess what? Not only did I know when it was sold (2 weeks ago at their Kiton trunk show), but that it was a special order and the $10,500 price tag is legitimate. I am waiting for confirmation from Kiton regarding composition, but I'm presuming fairly good percentage (of vicuña).
So yeah, without adieu here are the pics, first of the Kiton trunk show (Bloor Street store in downtown TO, scroll down: http://www.harryrosen.com/store-events):
Proof I won it for $253 plus tax:
Anyone know what auction site this is? I'm from Toronto and would like to browse too
Also kind of looking for a what would you do moment. I bought a brand new car two weeks ago and today a lady bumped me ever so slightly from behind. There's a little scrape on the back plastic piece underneath that covers the exhaust. Well I pulled over and she looked like she was going to as well. I got out to survey the damage and she took off. I wrote down her license plate number but didn't bother chasing.
I can't see any damage at all. There's a little scrape on the plastic but unless I told you it was there you wouldn't even notice. Seeing that it's a brand new car I wonder if it's worth getting it checked out and reporting the collision. 1) It could affect my resale value down the road 2) It could mess her life up but I guess she should have thought of that before driving away. 3) What if there's damage behind the plastic?
Assuming that the word 'vicuna' is either Spanish or pronounced as if it were by the indigenous people who were colonized in the areas where the critters live, if there is no tilde (~) over the n, it is:
If there is a tilde,
Unless otherwise accented and barring other certain irregular endings, all regular words in Spanish have their emphasis on the penultimate syllable.
Nevertheless, I say it 'vie-COO-nah', and none of you gents can stop me. I'd like to see you try. Now go away, or I shall taunt you another time.