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I'm beating the heat with a shot of Tanqueray, shot of Bickford's lemon bitter, two crushed mint leaves, 4 ice cubes and topped with soda water.


Feel free to share some inspiration...

A couple of XXXX Golds at the Merthyr Bowls Club for starters, now relaxing with a Les Petits Vignettes pinot blanc...
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A couple of XXXX Golds at the Merthyr Bowls Club for starters, now relaxing with a Les Petits Vignettes pinot blanc...

Nice neck of the woods FP!

Have you checked out Chester st Bakery in Newstead? I went there on Monday, but it's closed on that day.

Enjoy.
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anyone looking for merino cardigans sub $150 mark, check out berg and berg:

 

http://bergbergstore.com/knitwear/cardigans.html?___store=world

 

works out to be about $132ish shipped.

 

Haven't come across these guys before, wasn't looking for a new wallet but that oxblood is hard to pass up.

 

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I am going to admit I normally don't put too much stock into socks like some of the recent discussions but those pop and go well, where can you find socks like that?

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I got the Herringbone cardigan in a 40 but the Berg and Berg cardigans in Medium.

 

Still looking for a leather jacket - any suggestions?

 

TOJ is still winding down orders, 20 week wait youll have it in time for the cooler weather

Indeed. If you like the styling of TOJ they're probably the best value for money out there atm.

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Nice neck of the woods FP!

Have you checked out Chester st Bakery in Newstead? I went there on Monday, but it's closed on that day.

Enjoy.

I walked past and put my head in the other day, but was en route to Tippler's Tap at the time so didn't linger.

I want to try their bread, but I have Choquette literally 200m from home, so I haven't managed to make the effort yet...
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I'm actually surprised by how much I've used my Filson - work everyday over here and it's also been to Myanmar and back to Malaysia with me. No doubt I'll be taking it to Japan when I go there. Very useful!

I am exactly the same (no surprise) with mine. Great for work and travel
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Great photo fxh. Summer inspiration.
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GN, fxh nice boots gentlemen.

36c in Sydney tomorrow perfect for G&T Bondi and a cold one would also be nice.

Going with Mrs GF to see Gravity in 3D tonight.
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Off to an 80s theme party this evening. Not a big fan of fancy dress. Decided to go simple yet memorable. Also who does love the chance to not wear trousers for a night out....
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Interesting article in the fairfax press today on some rather eccentric Australian foreign correspondents. One can appreciate donning a monocle and rather resplendent garb for drinks and repose in the afternoon heat of some exotic location.

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Off to an 80s theme party this evening. Not a big fan of fancy dress. Decided to go simple yet memorable. Also who does love the chance to not wear trousers for a night out....

remember the scene, but can't remember the movie name?
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remember the scene, but can't remember the movie name?

It was so much more epic when Niles did it and Ms Babcock walked in.  Actually, watching re-runs of the Nanny, particularly the earlier seasons, it is evident that Mr. Sheffield was supremely well dressed for the early 90's, not too baggy but classic.  As was Niles.

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remember the scene, but can't remember the movie name?

 

thats mission impossible 2

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remember the scene, but can't remember the movie name?

risky business?

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Thanks for that. I just picked up two. Been looking for a mid-grey cardigan forever and this looks like a good one. I got one from Herringbone but it's just too large for my liking.

 

let me know how it fits and what size you end up buying! (knowing you and i are 38)

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