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Not brilliant at all because they got caught.

 

Sounds as though they got away with it for a good many years, though.

 

 

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Suit Scientist Research Institute (SSRI) - it would be selective uptake - small joke.

 

:rimshot: 

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I might start up a Suit Scientist Research Charity

It'll be like Dress for Success for the 1%ers!
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So much to catch up on.

 

 

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Originally Posted by JimmyHoffa View Post
 

You can't go out at lunch, have a line or two, and come back and function as you would normally. You shouldn't do that to try and prove your point :cool:.

 

 

 

Don't diss it till you've tried it.

 

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I was busted for Jaywalking in Perth in 1986. Stupid plod didn't ask for ID so gave a false name. I've been living in fear ever since.

 

You, or the other guy?

 

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I've always liked harsh drug laws. I don't have any real reason for it besides that they encourage anti social behaviour and I feel comfortable with big government.

 

Funnily enough, MDMA was first introduced in marriage counselling in the 70s (or was it 80s?) And I don't think you're right about all drugs encouraging anti-social behaviour. Well, at least some (a few dozen) clinical PhD holders seem to have a differing view

 

 

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A). If you are asking what I would do. If you have the DJ wear the thing. But only if you have a proper bow tie. If not C).

Not sure what dressing down a DJ would be but think it is kind of an all or nothing thing.

D) is always an option too. But that has nothing to do with clothing.

 

Yeah, don't try and dress down a tux. 

 

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I do, definitely one of the better ones. In a straight taste test, I preferred it to Tanquaray. Bombay Sapphire also considered highly.

 

Monkey 47 and Four Pillars are pretty good drops of gin, too. 

 

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Originally Posted by TommyT View Post

Can anyone recommend any good tailors in Kuala Lumpur?

 

I haven't been paying much attention to KL, but there's Ah Loke at Jalan Yap Ah Shak, behind Sheraton Hotel.

You have to remember that South East Asian master tailors are all trained (and train others) in the English cut (strong, roped, shoulders, nipped, military-like waists) so that's the look you're going to end up with, no matter how hard you try and steer them away from it. Just a heads up because it's not your usual look, TT.

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MDMA... That stuff needs to be distributed to all the warmongers. Let them all hug it out after that.... or so I heard is the effect.
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Track foxy down and smash sum goon bags bruh

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Jack Rabbit winery in Drysdale. About 90 minutes from the Melbourne CBD, there is a cafe/restaurant with magnificent views across Corio and Port Phillip bays. Wine and beer selection is quite good, and there are quite a few other wineries and breweries on the Bellarine Peninsula to check out. Make a weekend of it and stay the night in Queenscliff and get the ferry back to Sorrento. Scotchmans's Hill, Oakdene and Leura Park aren't far, neither is the Lucky Brick Cider Hall or Bellarine Brewing. If you have time to get along to Torquay, Blackman's brewery has some fantastic beers that have received a few awards.

Two kinds of people.

Or alternatively, two differing perceptions what kind you are.
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Funnily enough, MDMA was first introduced in marriage counselling in the 70s (or was it 80s?) And I don't think you're right about all drugs encouraging anti-social behaviour. Well, at least some (a few dozen) clinical PhD holders

Zyzz took MDMA.

Zyzz died in a sauna.
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You 'mirin the zyzz??

Ah who give's a shit, he was a bloody goose anyway.
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Hello all,

 

Long time lurker, first time poster.  Just returned to Melbourne from an extended period overseas, and one of my first acts was to purchase a OH navy suit.  Not that I needed one, was just interested to try a service that largely wasn't available when I was last here.  It has just come back, and overall, am quite pleased with fit, fabric, and service.  It's by no means perfect in finishing, but I'm pleased with the job overall.

 

Looking at getting another done, but am considering branching out to another MTM service, possibly Suit Shop or Trunk Tailors.  I'm in the $1-2K range, and am looking for something fairly conservatively styled, with none of this natural shoulder business that seems to be flavour of the month.  I'm short and slim, to the extent that OTR doesn't work, and am looking for a tailor/fitter who understands my body type, and isn't going to try and put me in something hip or wind back the years.

 

If anyone has any thoughts to share on the above, or others I am unaware of, I would be most interested and appreciative to hear. 

 

Many thanks in advance, 

 

–CB

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Zyzz took MDMA.

Zyzz died in a sauna.

I thought it was 'roids.
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Today 34 degrees. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I thought it was 'roids.

 

 

Yes. Strangulated ones.

 

Too many reps on the pelvic-floor machine, was what I heard.

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Did the round-trip drive from Melbourne to Mansfield for work today. More roadkill than usual, and Eildon Weir already nearly empty at the Bonnie Doon crossing.

 

Global warming? El Niño? Whatever the cause, the signs are there. We are in for a humdinger of a drought.

 

I'd be shorting agri-stocks and acquiring equity in desal tech. Coal mines? Fuggedaboudit - they need lots of water.

 

A$ to go to low 60s by EOFY.

 

Remember, folks. You heard it here first. At Koxy's Kanny Konjectures.

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Eildon is crazy low, but it's due to downstream releases for farmers/irrigation. For a supposed el nino year the rain in the high country hasn't been too bad so far.
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Quick shout out about the team at Ed et al.

I ordered a pair of shoes from them at their recent trunkshow and was a little dismayed at the leather quality when they arrived.

Horrible creasing/cracking after 1 wear.

A quick email and some pics to the team and they promptly apologised and offered to make me a brand new pair.

Simple gesture has earned them my advocacy in the market and repeat business.
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Eildon is crazy low, but it's due to downstream releases for farmers/irrigation. For a supposed el nino year the rain in the high country hasn't been too bad so far.


Contradicting me is un-Australian.

 

Do you have dual citizenship by any chance?

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