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post #16 of 242
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
I have two from this book. I think they are nice, but am no expert. The 12 oz classics book is great, as are the flannels.

Actually, my cloth may be from the Classics book. I don't remember exactly which I picked from; I didn't pay much attention to anything other than appearance. I guess they all felt like they had 'body' to me.
post #17 of 242
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Actually, my cloth may be from the Classics book. I don't remember exactly which I picked from; I didn't pay much attention to anything other than appearance. I guess they all felt like they had 'body' to me.
No, yours is Premier Cru. I have the same cloth in blue.
post #18 of 242
Better just throw it out now, Mafoo.
post #19 of 242
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Better just throw it out now, Mafoo.
I think it would be too small for you, but you could use it to polish Manton's boots while he is up on his pedestal.
post #20 of 242
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
No, yours is Premier Cru. I have the same cloth in blue.

Cool. 'Premier Cru' sounds nice and fancy.
post #21 of 242
Classics (the book I have seen is actually called "Fine Classics") is great cloth.

As to PC, maybe I just got a bad piece. I like the design and the color well enough.
post #22 of 242
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I think it would be too small for you, but you could use it to polish Manton's boots while he is up on his pedestal.

Actually, I'm 5'6", 140 lbs., size 12 feet. You got a problem with that?
post #23 of 242
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Actually, I'm 5'6", 140 lbs., size 12 feet. You got a problem with that?

How big is your head?
post #24 of 242
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Actually, I'm 5'6", 140 lbs., size 12 feet. You got a problem with that?

To me, you are a giant.

Wait, what the heck is up with the feet?
post #25 of 242
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Classics (the book I have seen is actually called "Fine Classics") is great cloth.

As to PC, maybe I just got a bad piece. I like the design and the color well enough.
Yeah, it is Fine Classics. I have a light gray shark from that book and it is fantastic. There is also a heavier book, maybe Oyster, that is really nice.
post #26 of 242
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Yeah, it is Fine Classics. I have a light gray shark from that book and it is fantastic. There is also a heavier book, maybe Oyster, that is really nice.

Oyster is great stuff.
post #27 of 242
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Wait, what the heck is up with the feet?

Maybe his wife doesn't spend as much time in the shower with RJmafoobearbeast.
post #28 of 242
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
How big is your head?

One needs a large head to accomodate genius and inspiration.
post #29 of 242
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How big is your head?

Not as big as yours.

post #30 of 242
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Maybe his wife doesn't spend as much time in the shower with RJmafoobearbeast.

Oh please, don't think you can get at me that way. My balls are f'ing huge. RJmafoopig would run for his life.
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