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post #31666 of 58002
woah, 20 odd pages to catch up on..

Whoever said people shouldn't wear t-shirts but for undershirts, idiot

Whoever said sneakers are for those under 30, idiot

Whoever is buying CJs on youth allowance, idiot
post #31667 of 58002
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not sure if any Aussie members here are on the thrift thread. if not.. boy. I'm no spoo worshipper, but I gotta hand it to him. he cumulated all his profits from thrifting to buy an F430.

I don't know what a F430 is - a watch?

I thought that the spoo character bought and sold job lots of "luxury" brands from administrators and deceased estates and and such and then flogged brand names on ebay ?

Not what I'd call thrifting.

 

From what I understand he made a savings account with the money he made flipping thrifting finds, the Luxeswap business etc is separate. Probably not as hard as you think, though, with how cheap cars are over in America. 

post #31668 of 58002
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Whoever is buying CJs on youth allowance, idiot

 

You assume I don't work, idiot. 

post #31669 of 58002
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An old man in a guitar shop told me once that I needed to buy everything now before I have a mortgage and a nagging wife to contend with.

Was it Neil Young?

A nagging wife is not compulsory. They do come in other models.
post #31670 of 58002
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You assume I don't work, idiot. 

If you do work, why do you need handouts? Make your own way and stop wasting my money you grub
post #31671 of 58002
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Whoever is buying CJs on youth allowance, idiot
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You assume I don't work, idiot. 
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Alright, Issue #1056864

My Gillard money (Youth Allowance) comes this week, and for a while now I've been thinking about dropping it on a choice pair of black oxfords by either Loakes or C&J. 

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An old man in a guitar shop told me once that I needed to buy everything now before I have a mortgage and a nagging wife to contend with.

Good to see you're taking advice from winners.

Goddamned idiot grub.
post #31672 of 58002
Lol jaypee taking shots
post #31673 of 58002
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Lol jaypee taking shots

Freeloaders are a pet hate..
post #31674 of 58002
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Looking 100% better - now hoick them up at the front waist and cinch it in and you'll be the best dressed man boy north of Sea Lake

Except when I visit my Manangatang in-laws. :-)
post #31675 of 58002
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the ridiculous tie width and full Windsor is an eye opener in itself.

He's a cannibal, FFS! You expect him to follow SF rules? :-)
post #31676 of 58002
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Good to see you're taking advice from winners.

Goddamned idiot grub.

 

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Freeloaders are a pet hate..

 

This is the money the government affords me whilst I do a post grad degree that will actually pay for all the BS you use on a daily basis, which I will spend the rest of my life paying out the nose for. If I was able to have a full time job like you cumstains, by your logic, it would be okay to spend the money on whatever I wanted. The reality is, I can't at this stage, so I will spend what I am entitled to however the fuck I want. 

post #31677 of 58002
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He's a cannibal, FFS! You expect him to follow SF rules? :-)

 

sorry, i forgot, his ties double as a bib.

post #31678 of 58002
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This is the money the government affords me whilst I do a post grad degree that will actually pay for all the BS you use on a daily basis, which I will spend the rest of my life paying out the nose for. If I was able to have a full time job like you cumstains, by your logic, it would be okay to spend the money on whatever I wanted. The reality is, I can't at this stage, so I will spend what I am entitled to however the fuck I want. 

Ah ha, and here we have the problem.
post #31679 of 58002
Iunno, there are plenty of people who struggle to eat and feed their families whilst working the jobs that they can. I think the issue is the notion that government money is funding the purchase of luxury shoes (they are a luxury, relatively). Just wait when you get taxed. it's painful. I only just started to build my shoe rotation, but it's with money that I earned working. I never used my parents' money to fund my menswear addictions.

You are entitled to do whatever you want with that money, I guess. I'm sure plenty of people use it for drugs and alcohol anyways, so shoes don't seem as bad. Good luck.
post #31680 of 58002
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What sort of amp was it that blew up? No repair blokes around in the city that never sleeps?

I see Aldi have wool cardigans with shawl collar for $19 or so and jeans for $7.
Their gin was voted one of the best - in a tasting including Tanqueray etc in UK. And their soft cheeses here beat known brands in a Sydney comp.

NAD question of costs of repairs, looking at around $180 maybe more, then how many more years v new amp. Only one one real auido store,replete with audiophile nerds in Canberra.
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