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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post
 

Why not just buy Raw Denim nabil?

 

 

I have a pair of raw denim that I love and wear to death. It's a 14.5oz denim. It's also slightly too large for me now.

 

I just want something in a lighter weight and lighter wash for summer.

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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post

For Pink Socks. It's in the Daily Mail, so it must be true:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2236652/Men-wear-pink-shirts-earn-1-000-year-dont.html

Haha...wear men wear pink (shirts and socks) - as Nabil knows well.

http://instagram.com/p/gG3LfmE3vf/
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Baldwin's "California Wash" is an option, NM?
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That green jacket reminds me a lot of this picture; as fxh said resort wear super casual and imo should be worn as such :)

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I've only had a quick squiz at the judgement but I didn't see the high court being particularly prudish. Maybe I missed it. I do agree that the media has largely trivialised it. But once you have been involved in a news event, or have a detailed knowledge of an area, you will always arrive at a point where you cannot believe what the media gets away with, and how wilfully shallow and often wrong their approach and content is. As a trivial example take men's clothes.

Anyway I thought it was, relatively, important. It seems to me, on a skim reading, it turns somewhat on whether the activity is work directed or organised or required. As such it might be able to be challenged on the grounds that it is required to inhabit the motel room and perhaps even go to bed. What you do in the room has to be allowed a wide range of activities. Say adjusting light to better shine shoes, slipping on Saphir cream, accidently grabbing light to same effect.

ROFLMAO. "Wide range of activities" but Party Over!
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post


Essentially, a lot of activity that's not absolutely essential to work can still be covered when you're not at work, particularly if you're on a business trip, but not everything is covered. The HC decided 4-2 (I think - I'm pretty sure that six justices were sitting) that her activity wasn't covered.

Incorrect. Her (unnamed) partner claimed he was on top.
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

Baldwin's "California Wash" is an option, NM?

 

This?

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Something lighter, perhaps like this pair - 

 

 

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Actually, might have found the answer:

 

https://www.baldwindenim.com/product/the-reed-in-classic-no-7/

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Just got invited to a party tonight and have to leave in 30 minutes, no time for a costume. Hopefully it doesn't turn out like Ted(How I Met Your Mother)'s Halloween party.

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FH - I'm no soothsayer, but I reckon it's a fair bet that real life won't end up like TV.

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Chaps - thanks so much for your thoughts on what to do with that pale green jacket. After much consideration I've decided that this is the look that I will be going for..... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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The woman on the right?

I'd suggest losing the security /door pass.
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post

Just got invited to a party tonight and have to leave in 30 minutes, no time for a costume. Hopefully it doesn't turn out like Ted(How I Met Your Mother)'s Halloween party.
Bugger - just got home - forgot all about it - so I have no lollies - if any snot nosed neighbourhood kids knock on my door, in piss poor half arsed costumes, I'll tell them to "Feck Off" a la Fr. Jack, or offer them some healthy broccoli salad.
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post


Bugger - just got home - forgot all about it - so I have no lollies - if any snot nosed neighbourhood kids knock on my door, in piss poor half arsed costumes, I'll tell them to "Feck Off" a la Fr. Jack, or offer them some healthy broccoli salad.

Wait. You have unhealthy salad? Oh. Devil's Lettuce.

 

 

SS Commandant Hair - Check

Floral Shirt- Check

5 Litres of Goon and 1 Litre of Vodka - Check.

Loud Music - Check

 

 

Your method better work FXH.

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Originally Posted by boff View Post

Chaps - thanks so much for your thoughts on what to do with that pale green jacket. After much consideration I've decided that this is the look that I will be going for..... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Good Hallowen costume
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post

Wait. You have unhealthy salad? Oh. Devil's Lettuce.


SS Commandant Hair - Check
Floral Shirt- Check
5 Litres of Goon and 1 Litre of Vodka - Check.
Loud Music - Check


Your method better work FXH.

No Uni tomorrow?

I must have missed something when did Oz become a suburb of the USA?
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