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post #34681 of 57247
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Originally Posted by Pink Socks View Post

Gerry, you would make a perfect Amitabh Bachchan, just a little talcum powder in the beard.

 

Thank you! I'll do it as long as it doesn't fall on the suit and give people the perception of dandruff!

post #34682 of 57247
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Originally Posted by CHECKstar View Post

What a great Melbourne morning to discover a hole in the sole of my black Hallams... I guess I'm off to Rekaris tomorrow.

Also, I'd be in for the swap box.
Okay, I think it's time we had a long and frank discussion about the pros and cons of Topy'ing your shoes...

Kidding.
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I recently Topy'ed all of my shoes--I went from 0% Topy to 100% Topy. Fully expecting the apocalypse any time now.
post #34684 of 57247
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I recently Topy'ed all of my shoes--I went from 0% Topy to 100% Topy. Fully expecting the apocalypse any time now.
I Topy my thongs.

And my flip-flops.
post #34685 of 57247
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

I Topy my thongs.

And my flip-flops.

Topy your shoes already, you perfumed gigolo!
post #34686 of 57247
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

I Topy my thongs.

Inside or out?
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I've topy'd all my shoes. better piece of mind. The only ones I haven't are my Meermin double monks. Slide all over the dance floor, no fun.
post #34688 of 57247
Gents how are we? In the market for a slim fitting sport coat (I'm 186cm/~65kg), how does Zara go, thinking about having a browse.

Any other recommendations?
post #34689 of 57247
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

In general soap just makes water more watery. And lets it soak in and remove dirt. Too much soap just defeats the purpose and can (will) grease up the water. Most detergent manufacturers recommend you use too much soap in wash machines - they would wouldn't they - that why theres a grease build up in machines. As a general tip use half recommended dose in a machine.

Just before we got our new F&P washing machine we had a technician in to see if the old one was economically viable to fix, sadly no, fuck built in obsolesce. He mentioned to avoid grease build up you should just drop in dishwashing tablet once every six to eight weeks and let it go through a normal cycle. He recommend normal dishwashing tablets not the ones with the ball.

Mind you my dishwasher would like a dishwasher, bought her some Aesop Hand Creme instead.
post #34690 of 57247
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post

Mind you my dishwasher would like a dishwasher, bought her some Aesop Hand Creme instead.

Haha, think an actually dishwasher would be cheaper in the long run. I am our dishwasher, god am I over it...
post #34691 of 57247
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Originally Posted by WhiteTigerElite View Post

Gents how are we? In the market for a slim fitting sport coat (I'm 186cm/~65kg), how does Zara go, thinking about having a browse.

Any other recommendations?


I can't fathom you. How can you be 10kg lighter than me and two inches taller?! You must have the bones of a bird! Astonishing.

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Yeah it was very good for middle distance running as a junior! Just a very thin frame I think.
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Originally Posted by Cubits View Post


I can't fathom you. How can you be 10kg lighter than me and two inches taller?! You must have the bones of a bird! Astonishing.

 

He's just very lean. This guy is 180cm and 65kg:

 

Just stretch him a little ...

post #34694 of 57247
Thoughts on these shoes guys?

http://bit.ly/19evPeQ (eBay link)
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Might be the photos, but the broguing up around the laces doesn't look too nice.

 

At long last, I finally have a piece of Inverallan clothing on the way, ordered a 6A shawl cardigan in sky blue. Now, I just need a crew neck oatmeal cableknit.

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