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Originally Posted by andrewnguyen View Post

Those are lovely shoes CD. Are they in F width or E width if you don't mind me asking?

Cheers.

They're an E width. They fit me really well; fortunately, as I've not tried the 348 last before. I was going to wear them on the weekend but I chickened out; it was a bit hot and dusty where we were, so I chose not to beat them up too much for their first outing.
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post


I wouldn't go OTR for a specified below $2000 budget, and for that price, I really don't think you can go past Oscar Hunt(who are in Sydney now too). They have a small selection of their overcoats on their website along with pricing now, and I'm pretty sure @California Dreamer
has that green herringbone one.

I do, and it gets a lot of positive comment, including SAs from Bucks and AT. I heartily recommend OH for an overcoat. I really think it is the product line that makes them stand out from the crowd; everybody else is doing suits and shirts, but Oscar's overcoats are something quite different.
post #66707 of 67946
Pete - you can have my old overcoat. It's 3-qtr length on me but I guess you could always take it up a few inches.
post #66708 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Pete - you can have my old overcoat. It's 3-qtr length on me but I guess you could always take it up a few inches.

 

Thanks, but I could not possibly make you part with your favourite school-girl uniform.

post #66709 of 67946
Hey you should tap your mate and see if he can decant you a sense of humour for your next round of stink bottles. Maybe then you could post something funny!
post #66710 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Hey you should tap your mate and see if he can decant you a sense of humour for your next round of stink bottles. Maybe then you could post something funny!

 

Thanks for the advice, I will give it the consideration it deserves.

 

Perhaps you can PM your old mate fxh for a general round of ass-licking fun. He might want you to wear your "overcoat" gain, hooray!

post #66711 of 67946
Hey, we couldn't have a bling-bling dress up party without you matey.
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Originally Posted by Petepan View Post

We can do style bling bling downunder with the best of them British Boy Bloggers.

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Bling bling down under wink wink nudge nudge.
post #66712 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Hey, we couldn't have a bling-bling dress up party without you matey.
cringe.gif.

 

Thank you for your attention. I see you have nothing better to do than trawling and dragging up old posts. Maybe you can decant some life from your bottle of old loser.

 

Lickety pickety....you are doing just fine, just hitch up that "overcoat" a bit more.

post #66713 of 67946
Yep you got me - old loser hueh heh. You probably spend 12 hours a day on a spreadsheet managing my super. Shit looks like I better cancel that overseas holiday - is McDonalds hiring? Maybe you could give me a reference.
post #66714 of 67946
Haha the PrinceofPaisley has caught me before, dredging up a many years old post to make me look foolish

You don't work for peter slipper do you PoP?

anyway I think he must have files on each of us
post #66715 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Yep you got me - old loser hueh heh. You probably spend 12 hours a day on a spreadsheet managing my super. Shit looks like I better cancel that overseas holiday - is McDonalds hiring? Maybe you could give me a reference.

 

Still doing spreadsheets the old Bond Street style eh? Licking ass in an overcoat must have done you a timewarp. 

 

I am not sure of McDonalds dress code and policy on asslicking. Maybe Hooters? Oh wait....

post #66716 of 67946
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Originally Posted by skeen7908 View Post

Haha the PrinceofPaisley has caught me before, dredging up a many years old post to make me look foolish

You don't work for peter slipper do you PoP?

anyway I think he must have files on each of us

 

He mustered up enough creativity to edit the text on the post too. Oi oi, you Slippery Pete... 

post #66717 of 67946
Yeah, you're right seen - typing "bling bling style" into the search box turned up so many results. So many blogger boys on here I spent literally seconds finding that pearl of wisdom.
post #66718 of 67946
But how on earth did you remember he used that phrase?
Are you a savant?
post #66719 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Petepan View Post

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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Yep you got me - old loser hueh heh. You probably spend 12 hours a day on a spreadsheet managing my super. Shit looks like I better cancel that overseas holiday - is McDonalds hiring? Maybe you could give me a reference.

Still doing spreadsheets the old Bond Street style eh? Licking ass in an overcoat must have done you a timewarp. 

I am not sure of McDonalds dress code and policy on asslicking. Maybe Hooters? Oh wait....
There's being insulting and then there's being funny. Watch me if you want to learn how to be both at the same time. I've not got much to work with mind given DR's sock has at least 10 times more personality than you apparently do...
post #66720 of 67946
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Originally Posted by skeen7908 View Post

But how on earth did you remember he used that phrase?
Are you a savant?
When a guy posts thousands of boring as batshite posts the good phrases tend to stick in the mind a bit more easily. Sometimes there's gold in all that guano.
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