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Have you tried ceramic knives? Zirconium oxide ones don't have to be sharpened, and they can cut paper all day.
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Are these any indicators at all?


What are the standard mezzies on Donnanas?
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Have you tried ceramic knives? Zirconium oxide ones don't have to be sharpened, and they can cut paper all day.

No, never tried. But since I am now a man who can do his own sharpening (since a week...), which obviously is awesomely awesome, I don't want any ceramic crap. smile.gif
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Have you tried ceramic knives? Zirconium oxide ones don't have to be sharpened, and they can cut paper all day.

No, never tried. But since I am now a man who can do his own sharpening (since a week...), which obviously is awesomely awesome, I don't want any ceramic crap. smile.gif


Kind of like saying you favor dial up over broadband.

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Barney's SC-Caruso



Todd Snyder-Southwick


Rake Trench Coat-too big :-(
post #9486 of 14863
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What are the standard mezzies on Donnanas?

slim as shit. im not used to super slim pants.
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This looks very comfortable. I don't discriminate very much when it comes to sweaters; I like them all minus cardigans with low button stances and turtle necks.
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thanks, man. it is quite comfy.

very cool bad. i notice the tj maxx tag. i assume you got a good deal. smile.gif
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awesome. of course.
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Kind of like saying you favor dial up over broadband.

Not really. Besides the cool factor (well, you know), you can get steel sharper than ceramic. And it's much harder to break. And it looks better. smile.gif
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Not really. Besides the cool factor (well, you know), you can get steel sharper than ceramic. And it's much harder to break. And it looks better. smile.gif

 

Agree completely - more like saying you prefer a traditional mechanical watch to quartz.  By the way - learning to make them is even more fun than learning to sharpen them.

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By the way - learning to make them is even more fun than learning to sharpen them.

Wow, that's next level cool. smile.gif
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These will be my last big purchase for a while - I need to hunker down on the finances and clean up some overdue stuff - so I decided to go out with a small bang.

C&J Ludlows. These babies on their way to poppa:




Some might say that between my RL Lindrick and Marlow (both by C&J) and my C&J Cliffords, that these might be redundant. To which I would reply: bah!
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too pretty to be redundant.
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My first ever Borrelli shirt is coming in today! woo.

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My first ever Borrelli shirt is coming in today! woo.

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