This motherfucker, from ebay, three weeks after the auction ended.
Am going to keep the belt, but cannot in good conscience give you a good rating on the way the belt was described.
Clearly, the most wear to a belt is where the tongue and buckle hold the belt together; this belt shows substantial wear on two belt holes.
Any comments before I publish my rating?
Sir, I told you that up that I would refund your money from the beginning . It has now been, what, three weeks, and you say you are going to keep the belt but still give me a negative rating? It's people like you that make it frustrating that sellers can no longer leave negative feedback. I know the belt had negligible wear and the color was absolutely shown correctly in the photos listed. I also know that there are some people out there with nothing better to do than to harass other people over the internet. Sir, get a life, and next time, stick to retail.
Is this something you can report buyers for? I had one guy trying to extort me for "Stains that don't show up in pictures" along with
- "dents in the fabric" I'm pretty sure this is a wrinkle to you and me
- Clouding in MoP buttons
- No collar stays
- Some other BS
He was also demanding basically all his money except for shipping, and to keep the shirt he was so unhappy with. I just reported him/blocked him/told him to go eff himself.
Anyway, study break thrift run:
J Crew Selvedge workshirt to replace the chambray a friend moved to Ohio with. This shirt has some pretty cool details. It's not one of the "Authentic" Japanese reproduction brands I fetishize but hey, can't beat thrift prices
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