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Fucking Garry.

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Finding a Jimmy Rustle post before it gets edited is a bit like how rare finding a Vox post before it got deleted used to be, but somewhat less exciting.

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Fucking Garry.

I know he's the colour of milk chocolate, but come on, this isn't Grindr...
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re huge cuffs. you can probably find some cufflinks that are a bit tighter fit.

re cheap button cufflinks. just buy some mop buttons and sew them together.
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Happy to be back in Melbourne. Such a shame I have to go to work and don't get me started on this heat (I know Coxy said not too complain but for a poor Scottish boy it is all too much).

Too hot for the Scot.

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I know he's the colour of milk chocolate, but come on, this isn't Grindr...

 

...I'd settle for Tinder.

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Quick by Italian standards...
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We are ponderous.

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Thanks for the laffs today guys. Been a while since I posted on here (no money; raising a small person; PC screen at work now highly visible) and it was an enjoyable return.
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The one fly in the ointment was Gerry Nelson. That guy is trouble.

Come back soon.
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forumites, not clothes related but i'm in search of some good pillows (whilst hopefully not breaking the bank). i'm mainly a back and side sleeper. is there a particular brand i should be looking at, as well as type e.g. duck down, latex, microfibre etc? i prefer low-medium firmness.

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Watching the tennis at the moment. Kyrgios is great fun to watch. Everything about him is pretty raw. Not so sure about his attitude though.
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forumites, not clothes related but i'm in search of some good pillows (whilst hopefully not breaking the bank). i'm mainly a back and side sleeper. is there a particular brand i should be looking at, as well as type e.g. duck down, latex, microfibre etc? i prefer low-medium firmness.

 

I use a buckwheat husk pillow, pretty good at keeping shape and hypoallergenic too. The husks can washed and reused, or refilled if need be. Some would have other uses for it too...

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Originally Posted by sliq View Post
 

forumites, not clothes related but i'm in search of some good pillows (whilst hopefully not breaking the bank). i'm mainly a back and side sleeper. is there a particular brand i should be looking at, as well as type e.g. duck down, latex, microfibre etc? i prefer low-medium firmness.


Goon Pillow.

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Interesting discussion around the pocket square and dressing for work.  For me Tobias' excel comment was the stand out and most in line with my own views although I wonder how easy it is to have that view in retrospect. 

 

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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post
 

New purchases:

 

(1) What do you guys think of the Zoff as a third suit? I was looking for a charcoal but the sale is hard to pass up (I can't find a charcoal in my size either).

 

Did you end up purchasing the Zoff oli?

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Originally Posted by CoffeeDudeGuy View Post

I use a buckwheat husk pillow, pretty good at keeping shape and hypoallergenic too. The husks can washed and reused, or refilled if need be. Some would have other uses for it too...

Interesting - where did you get it, if I might ask?

They're common in Japan but I haven't tried to bring one back with me as I'm sure that Customs wouldn't let it in.
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Did you end up purchasing the Zoff oli?

I've got close. I keep thinking that a charcoal would probably be a safer bet for a third suit, unfortunately Herringbone and Rhodes and Beckett have nothing in my size frown.gif

Went all over Newcastle looking for an optometrist that stocked Oliver Peoples - it was about as elusive as a green Hermes breast wallet.
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Did you end up purchasing the Zoff oli?

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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

I've got close. I keep thinking that a charcoal would probably be a safer bet for a third suit, unfortunately Herringbone and Rhodes and Beckett have nothing in my size frown.gif

I thought that the fabric of the Zoff suit looked OK - a bit more lively than a regular pinstripe but not too loud - but at least on the model used in the online catalogue picture, the jacket looked quite short.
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