[quote]Ah, but it is the Fingerling Sack that cuts the finest silhouette, a pattern which requires infinitely more skill than butchers such as Alias and Jon can muster. Oh, and by the way Alias, those "day-glo yellow clown pants" as you so churlishly refer to them, were cut from the same bolt and pattern as HRH Prince Harry's "Sinbad the Sailor" outfit worn at last year's coming out Cotillion. I thought you would see the wit and grace with which they were constructed and apportioned, and appreciate the lengths I went to to provide something that was more than a cut above just another pair of dull gray trousers. Apparently I was wrong: in the midst of sartorial art you are more apt to wet your (most likely gray) pants over a measly $1,500, as to grasp the true genius of what is at hand. $1,500, ha. the embossed and gilded handmade paper I use to wipe my ass costs more than that per roll. You have no appreciation for the finer things, and furthermore you are no more than a journeyman in all aspects of cutting, sewing, cobbling, or frankly anything else you try your palsied hands at. Jack of all trades, master of none. Â However, I shall not speak ill of you in any professional context, for that is beneath me. I shall leave judgement to others here who may have stories of their own to tell.
Originally Posted by imageWIS,Feb. 03 2005,21:11
As in regards to the suit, you sir asked for a Potato Sack suit
Quote:Yes, but I asked for a russet sack, and you -- hack that you are -- made a Yukon Gold.