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post #29431 of 57881
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Originally Posted by joiji View Post

Can't offer any comment on the quality, but alternatives from both Equus (in bridle) and Epaulet are around the same price.

Cheers. Yes, Epaulet are a consideration. As are the Alfred Sargent ones from A fine pair of shoes.
post #29432 of 57881
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post


Any dry paper that will soak up moisture will do. I'd imagine if you can get hold of those gel/granules packs that often come with articlesliek TVs, food, etc, they would soak up moisture even faster.

 

will keep my shoes in the kitty litter from now on

post #29433 of 57881
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

will keep my shoes in the kitty litter from now on

thats a bloody great idea. If you put highly absorbent kitty litter in a muslin bag or wrapped in an old shirt I'd imagine it would do a good job.
post #29434 of 57881
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Originally Posted by Pink Socks View Post

Thanks Nabil. I will keep that in mind.
Since I gave up making meth I no longer require these sort of services.

As long as they do not actual start arresting people for crimes against fashion (aka the fxh government) I should be fine.

I'm actually pretty indifferent to what people want to wear.

Some of my best friends wear double denim, or shorts and t shirts and a few wear shirts hanging out over dads jeans.

I would however ban anyone from public office who wears a bright yellow shiny tie - or a bright red tie. I would restrict promotions for anyone who wear a a solid colour shiny tie.

Anyone who wears 3/4 length pants/jeans thingos would be required to wear an ankle bracelet tracking device. (most probably already do).
Thongs would be restricted from sale except to homeless shelters for use in showers and would attract the same penalty as possession of less than a bag of weed.
Wearers of ties and worsted sport jackets with jeans would be liable to be held for 24 hours without charges being laid.
Sockless with lace-up leather shoes would be 3 strikes and you are out with mandatory minimum prison terms. With suede driving shoes in loud colours would get a mild doing over in the police cells and a warning.
Big clumpy "sports" watches with lots of knobs and metal expanding bands would get 3 months of weekend community service work.
Dark suits and white shirt without ties would get 2 weekends community service work.

I'm working on the other stuff.
post #29435 of 57881
You have bags of weed. How much?
post #29436 of 57881
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

I'm actually pretty indifferent to what people want to wear.

Some of my best friends wear double denim, or shorts and t shirts and a few wear shirts hanging out over dads jeans.

I would however ban anyone from public office who wears a bright yellow shiny tie - or a bright red tie. I would restrict promotions for anyone who wear a a solid colour shiny tie.

Anyone who wears 3/4 length pants/jeans thingos would be required to wear an ankle bracelet tracking device. (most probably already do).
Thongs would be restricted from sale except to homeless shelters for use in showers and would attract the same penalty as possession of less than a bag of weed.
Wearers of ties and worsted sport jackets with jeans would be liable to be held for 24 hours without charges being laid.
Sockless with lace-up leather shoes would be 3 strikes and you are out with mandatory minimum prison terms. With suede driving shoes in loud colours would get a mild doing over in the police cells and a warning.
Big clumpy "sports" watches with lots of knobs and metal expanding bands would get 3 months of weekend community service work.
Dark suits and white shirt without ties would get 2 weekends community service work.

I'm working on the other stuff.
This means we're going ahead with the sartorial death squad now right?

The suede denim secret police
Have come for your un-cool niece...
post #29437 of 57881
tbm - For friends we just share.

Use newspaper to dry shoes and roll big spliffs.

Pass the dutchie on the left hand side.

Below - me waiting for blahman to turn up Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Edited by fxh - 4/10/13 at 1:10am
post #29438 of 57881
PoP I see you are a Cheap Trick fan too? - A great pop group.
post #29439 of 57881
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Originally Posted by nabilmust View Post

+1

On a separate note - Reminder:

Sydney Meetup Round 2.

18 April (Thursday)
6.30 pm onwards
Bavarian Bier Cafe, O'Connell Street

So is it just me, you, mr DC (maybe) and mikeysly
post #29440 of 57881
Ah, so the Sydney meet up coincides with the HC Trunk Show in Melbourne. Awesome. Quite the Aus Members sartorial evening.
post #29441 of 57881
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

PoP I see you are a Cheap Trick fan too?
Are the Kennedys gun shy?
post #29442 of 57881
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

PoP I see you are a Cheap Trick fan too? - A great pop group.


Not Cheap Trick, but the Dead Kennedys from California Uber Alles in 1979, no?
post #29443 of 57881
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Are the Kennedys gun shy?

Does the Pope shit in the woods
post #29444 of 57881
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post

Not Cheap Trick, but the Dead Kennedys from California Uber Alles in 1979, no?

mmh I was singing it to Dream Police.
post #29445 of 57881
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Are the Kennedys gun shy?

Is Cambodia still a holiday destination?
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