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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

 

Nothing as far as I know. What prompted you to take the leap?

 

I'm wearing mine today - incredible material!

My wife said I can get them as a Christmas present for myself :) They just got restocked at Selfedge today so am copping!

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Originally Posted by The Ernesto View Post

Sounds like there are a few people around with wide Hobbit-like feet. Glad I'm not the only. English G widths have served me well.

Oh might as well go the way of my 'back-to-nature' dad; from a childhood in Sri Lanka running bareless he's got feet made of carbonfibre!

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Bought the 3-sixteens! How long did they take Gerry?


Edited by TehBunny - 12/1/12 at 12:11am
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Hmm gerry can u send me a pic of the jeans fit on u? I might grab a pair now too

Btw watching batman dark knight rises ... The costumes are friggin great. I really like christian bale suits and shirts when he first comes out of hiding, soft shoulders, soft collars and subdued colours.
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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

Oh might as well go the way of my 'back-to-nature' dad; from a childhood in Sri Lanka running bareless he's got feet made of carbonfibre!

EDIT:
Bought the 3-sixteens! How long did they take Gerry?

 

They took about a week to get here.

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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

Hmm gerry can u send me a pic of the jeans fit on u? I might grab a pair now too

 

Will do, Rob.

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Originally Posted by joiji View Post

 

On this subject, I have a couple of pairs in 10.5G UK I'm looking at selling if anyones interested. Pair of Herring by Loake and a Barker.

Joiji - can you PM me the details.  Im a 10.5 in Church's so should be pretty good for these also.

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Originally Posted by elvish View Post


Apologies all for me. I had a drink spilt on my pants in the morning on the bloody air train and only had shorts so i couldn't get in to the club.
How about Tuesday or Wed for breakfast? I'll get a table.
To anyone flying in the next month, use code flybiz for Virgin and it'll give 30% off business class bringing most of their rates within 5-10 of savers (if you're going peak hours). offer expires 5 december.
Is anyone else watching the murder on tv!?!

Love to join you for breakfast, however am away this week in the Top End. Let me know if any other plans come to fruition.  Happy to be involved.

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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

Hmm gerry can u send me a pic of the jeans fit on u? I might grab a pair now too
Btw watching batman dark knight rises ... The costumes are friggin great. I really like christian bale suits and shirts when he first comes out of hiding, soft shoulders, soft collars and subdued colours.

You waited this long...shame on you :P (to watch the movie that is :)

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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

Btw watching batman dark knight rises ... The costumes are friggin great. I really like christian bale suits and shirts when he first comes out of hiding, soft shoulders, soft collars and subdued colours.

Rewatched it after reading your post.

 

Bale looks great in suits. The nice cars and the beautiful women also help.

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The Wallabies managed to beat Wales (again) and Deans has still has his job. What a crock.

And England beat the All Blacks WTF and of course Fox is not replaying it. cloud.gif
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Looking forward to seeing Hashim Amla make a thousand runs today. Such a class batsman.
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

Looking forward to seeing Hashim Amla make a thousand runs today. Such a class batsman.

I never have understood or can understand the fascination with cricket. Mind you I do know that T S Elliot took Herman Hess to watch a test match in London where he got the inspiration to write the Glass Bead Game.
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What exactly do box pleats on the back of a shirt do?

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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

What exactly do box pleats on the back of a shirt do?
Adds room below the yoke, from the centre. In my experience the effectiveness of (shirt back) pleats of all stripes is debateable.
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u aware?
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