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This is what happened when Auspost trialled bomb disposal robots on their inner city mail routes...
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If we're going with my idea, it would be a good idea to warn PJs and maybe Azzaro that we are coming. If we get onto Tom right away he ought to be able to keep that date/time free for us.

 

Let's.

 

Do.

 

This.

 

Thing.

 

Or, you know, just hang.

 

I like both ideas (yours and Gerry's). I'm sure I'd enjoy both quite a lot as there's a lot of Melbourne's menswear I've not explored.

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Oli - my BiL has a pair of Steel Safety Toe Volleys.

My old man wore them when building houses and walking across joist and rafters.

I have another mate who wears them bushwalking

So I have a soft spot for them.
I don't wear them but I would if I could.

Black and the standard white (very dirty) of course look great.
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Order of Saphir products turned up from Valmour today. 



No shoe care products were harmed, thankfully.

joiji

a word of advice - next time shift your fit (syringe) out of sight or at least Photoshop it out.

HTH
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Order of Saphir products turned up from Valmour today. 



No shoe care products were harmed, thankfully.

joiji

a word of advice - next time shift your fit (syringe) out of sight or at least Photoshop it out.

HTH

Haha, spare nozzles for cauking gun tubes, fortunately, but thanks for the help. tongue.gif
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Haha, spare nozzles for cauking gun tubes, fortunately, but thanks for the help. tongue.gif

It took me ages to wake up to the way to do it - after I went with a tradie - my BiL ..

When at Bunnings grab a BIG pocket full of those free nozzles - makes life a lot easier.
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Those superga look awesome. Total quarter life crisis here between them and the volleys :(

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Those superga look awesome. Total quarter life crisis here between them and the volleys :(

no comparsion .. volleys are crap

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no comparsion .. volleys are crap

snob
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https://www.google.com.au/search?q=dunlop+volleys&oe=utf-8&rls=org.mozilla:en-GB:official&client=firefox-a&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hl=en&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=8r85T-7jI8aqrAfxw7HKCA&biw=1024&bih=629&sei=DMA5T4b8NauXiQfZi432CQ
post #32231 of 48615
In the interests of interesting clothes /dressing/shoes
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A close-up shot of today's shirt, tie, jacket and pocket square:

AppleMark

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- Land's End OCBD shirt;
- Ascot silk knit tie;
- Herringbone cotton-silk paisley pocket square;
- MJ Bale unstructured jacket;

[Not shown - Sterling silver tie clip by J.Press; chocolate brown, cotton trousers by Charles Tyrwhitt; and two-eyelet, tan calfskin plain-toe bluchers by Loake.]

As I was walking along the river on the way into work this morning, I passed a man who was sitting on the footpath listening to music on his phone. He looked up at me, gave me a big smile and a thumbs up, and said, "Love the tie, bro!"
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What would James Reyne wear?

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A close-up shot of today's shirt, tie, jacket and pocket square:
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JM: No one called me "bro"

All got was "Meals on Wheels is over there Pops"
Edited by fxh - 5/28/13 at 3:48am
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