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Does Burburry go with Robbery?

post #1 of 8
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Taken appart the macs, I guess it does pretty well. An you?
post #2 of 8
what the hell are you talking about
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what the hell are you talking about
Give up, no-one knows what Ernest (Sasha) is talking about. l give up [understanding what he is talking about] long ago.
post #4 of 8
Hmmm... I will try my hand here (although I do think it was a "bit" esoteric, and will be a little frightened at myself if I get it right, ) Ernest wants to know about the Burberry Macintoch (raincoat) why its so expensive and if it's (highway) Robbery. In the market for a raincoat myself I tend to think that 1K for a Burberry raincoat is VERY steep.
post #5 of 8
I thought he was talking about going to a store and stealing the lining out of one.
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I wanted, no LUSTED after a Burberry for a decade. The closest I ever came to buying one was in a Burberry outlet store in Palm Springs a couple years ago. But it was still $600 or $700. This autumn I found one on eBay; seller said it was a gift from his mother, and was brand new. I bit. Paid $300. It came on the Burberry hanger, in a Burberry bag, and is perfect. It's really cold here in the winter (-25 some mornings) and the coat with wool liner and collar has been fine. It stops the wind and repels snow quite well. I wear it 2 or 3 times a week when I'm not wearing a black cashmere overcoat. To pay $1000 seems crazy; at $300, I'm very happy.
post #7 of 8
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Is Burberry robbery ? I think it is. In their products, only the macs worth their price
post #8 of 8
Burberry Prorsum is rather lovely actually.
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