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Nice to see that suit on your CD and fxh suck it up bro'!
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Melburnians, who's at work today?

FML.
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Melburnians, who's at work today?
FML.

+1
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I'm one of five at work smile.gif

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At least it was a quick commute this morning...

Should get out soon after lunch.
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Anybody had any experience buying cake(s) in the Melbourne CBD?

Need two for a talk on thursday. They won't let me graduate without completing this talk. Help a brother out? 

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http://www.lepetitgateau.com.au/wps/wcm/connect/Le+Petit+Gateau/home

Or David Jones food hall. Probably heaps of other cheaper places.
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Melburnians, who's at work today?
FML.

yep, on a floor of about 70 staff (wild guess, NFI the exact figure), there's 6 of us here....

Would have taken the day off, except I'm taking Friday, and all of next week off to move house.
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This is also what I recommend - really good cakes. As The Ernesto rightly said, though, there are plenty of other cheaper places around.

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Nice to see that suit on your CD and fxh suck it up bro'!

Twas a nice suit. No doubt.

There was no way with fit etc it was going to work for me.
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Thanks for all the No Sweat tips guys. I'll give it another go. I don't tend to sweat excessively in general but I've certainly noticed that a consequence of better fitting shirts and jackets with higher armholes tends to be more sweating caused by fabric contact and of course more potential damage as a result.
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Melburnians, who's at work today?
FML.

No chance.
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No chance.

Well played.
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Short of making a quick dash to Italy, does anyone have recommendations on where to source a Venetian mask for my upcoming Masquerade Ball?

Ideally, it won't cost spending too much money (I have not figured out what too much means in this instance). I have decided that going as Bane with a knit tie is not what I want to do anymore.
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Brogues are defo a good idea. Care to link to one or two of your favourites?

True to my word:

http://www.pediwear.co.uk/crockett/products/674.php
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http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=50&shoeid=2898
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http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=50&shoeid=2907
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http://www.pediwear.co.uk/barker/products/5285.php
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http://www.pediwear.co.uk/barker/products/4417.php
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I've only put up some English shoes as I'm not au fait with the Spanish ones everybody's talking about at the moment, but you might have some options there as well.

I particularly like the antiquing and depth of colour on the Barkers. I've never really been a fan of Barker's styles (at least the ones I've seen in Australia - always looked a bit boxy and boring) but their Anniversary collection has changed my mind about both their style and their quality. They are also good for a slightly wider foot as they are available in an FX fitting (this may or may not suit you Tobias).
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