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What's hilarious is that you think I'm Anglo

I believe he's referring to your predilections, not your ethnicity.
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I believe he's referring to your predilections, not your ethnicity.
What predilections are these?
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poasting pictures of white chicks in the wrong threads.
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poasting pictures of white chicks in the wrong threads.
There is no such a thing as a wrong thread to be posting pictures of scantly clad women.
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The tragedy, really, is the fact that KP is wearing underwear. But a very good shot nonetheless.

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Banned Katy Perry Sesame Street clip...good shit. The censors are ruining this country...

http://omg.yahoo.com/blogs/a-line/se...perry-duet/624
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Solaro is also woven in 100% cotton.

The weave of the wool Solaro reminds me of faile cloth or barathea.
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Oh well, so it will be me an dopey living the high life in our Solaro, you guys can continue in your sanitation frescos.

I'm with you on the Solaro dream Ed. Would you get patch pockets or flap's on your suit? I think Will got his done with patches by a English tailor and it just didn't look right to me.
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Solaro is also woven in 100% cotton. The weave of the wool Solaro reminds me of faile cloth or barathea.
Just talked to a friend about Solaro cloth, he's not familiar with the cloth but when I described it to him he said double weaving can produce this kind of effect.
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Does Solaro have to be red? I quite like that blue, much more than the red. Is it called something different, but have the same properties?
I've seen a blue-on-blue Solaro-type cloth in a bizarre fabric-and-Arab-jewellery store in South Kensington. Not sure if it was the original Smith version or some copycat. I tried to ask the owner, but he didn't speak much english. They have a kind of cellar with lots of interesting cloth though.
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WHEN R RUBINACCI e-STROEZ OPWN!Z???? i r wantz knitz thaiz.
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Banned Katy Perry Sesame Street clip...good shit. The censors are ruining this country...

http://omg.yahoo.com/blogs/a-line/se...perry-duet/624

What about that sleazy guy in a (Solaro?) trench coat asking Ernie if he wants to buy an "A"?
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Solaro is also woven in 100% cotton.

Like this one from Drapers?





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Like this one from Drapers?


That looks like cotton with a herringbone pattern but not Solaro. Cotton Solaro I have seen was red and that golden/carmel color.
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I'm with you on the Solaro dream Ed. Would you get patch pockets or flap's on your suit? I think Will got his done with patches by a English tailor and it just didn't look right to me.

I am most probably going to go with either besom or flap. The fabric has enough going on that I don't need to add anything funky to. I can't wait.
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