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post #31 of 59
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(ernest @ Mar. 27 2005,01:43)
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Originally Posted by misterbowles,Mar. 27 2005,06:47
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Originally Posted by ernest,Mar. 26 2005,21:47
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Originally Posted by StagRaven,Mar. 27 2005,03:19
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Originally Posted by ernest,Mar. 26 2005,11:39
Nice if you are a gipsy, otherwise it is completely TACKY
There's nothing wrong with gypsys OR farmers; that is, if you like eating food you have not grown or raised yourself, and you have respect for other's cultures.  Thanks.
So I suppose you dresses yourself like a farmer during the week and as a gypsy during the WE as you respect them ?
So, you respect neither farmers nor Roma? Classist and racist; at least you're well-rounded, Ernest. Le Pen would be proud.
Do you respect drag queens? Do you respect leather fetichist SM gay people ?
Yes.
So you dress like them........????????
post #32 of 59
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....roles in the royal courts and entertainment and indeed consorts.  Today, we continue to pay to see drag queen shows.  
Well I have not seen a Royal Court around here in many years, with the exception of maybe the Kennedy's....and as to paying to see the drag queen shows, I can honestly say I have never, will never, have no yearning to, ever in my life pay to see a drag queen show. But, as pointed out in other threads, to each his own.
post #33 of 59
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(misterbowles @ Mar. 27 2005,07:51)
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Originally Posted by ernest,Mar. 27 2005,01:43
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Originally Posted by misterbowles,Mar. 27 2005,06:47
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Originally Posted by ernest,Mar. 26 2005,21:47
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Originally Posted by StagRaven,Mar. 27 2005,03:19
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Originally Posted by ernest,Mar. 26 2005,11:39
Nice if you are a gipsy, otherwise it is completely TACKY
There's nothing wrong with gypsys OR farmers; that is, if you like eating food you have not grown or raised yourself, and you have respect for other's cultures.  Thanks.
So I suppose you dresses yourself like a farmer during the week and as a gypsy during the WE as you respect them ?
So, you respect neither farmers nor Roma? Classist and racist; at least you're well-rounded, Ernest. Le Pen would be proud.
Do you respect drag queens? Do you respect leather fetichist SM gay people ?
Yes.
So you dress like them........????????
No. I fail to see the connection, old boy.
post #34 of 59
I expected an intelligent guy to see connection. If you can respect Drag & gay without dressing like them, it implies you can respect someone without dressing like him. And so that not beeing keen on dressing like someone has no link with respect
post #35 of 59
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I expected an intelligent guy to see connection. If you can respect Drag & gay without dressing like them, it implies you can respect someone without dressing like him. And so that not beeing keen on dressing like someone has no link with respect
LOL. I can only imagine that you've failed to understand your own original question. Perhaps it's the language barrier...
post #36 of 59
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(ernest @ Mar. 28 2005,16:28) I expected an intelligent guy to see connection. If you can respect Drag & gay without dressing like them, it implies you can respect someone without dressing like him. And so that not beeing keen on dressing like someone has no link with respect
LOL. I can only imagine that you've failed to understand your own original question. Perhaps it's the language barrier...
What original question?
post #37 of 59
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So you dress like them........????????
Good golly, Ernest...
post #38 of 59
bracelets are like tatoos; if you have to ask...
post #39 of 59
A watch doesn't say, "I want in with the establishment and don't mind conforming."  It tells the time.
post #40 of 59
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A watch doesn't say, "I want in with the establishment and don't mind conforming."  It tells the time.
HAAA, Lovin it..
post #41 of 59
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(Alexis @ Mar. 29 2005,05:50) A watch doesn't say, "I want in with the establishment and don't mind conforming."  It tells the time.
HAAA,  Lovin it..
To some people it does. Case in point: After playing (insane metal guitar) the loudest show I have ever played or experienced, in which my inner ear was being assaulted so hard I felt like I was underwater, the rest of the "band" and I went to a bar, where someone who had seen us play asked me if I had a "day job". He said he asked me this because I was wearing a watch, a Kenneth Cole stainless tank. Based on how bad we were I would have assumed he knew we weren't signed to a major label. Actually, it was so loud, we might have been good. I couldn't even tell anymore. But I don't put much weight in the opinions of people who think that way.
post #42 of 59
Well, then, j, I think those who hear these watches saying things to them need their heads examined
post #43 of 59
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Well, then, j, I think those who hear these watches saying things to them need their heads examined
Esp. when the watch speaks like a frenchman who is quite 'rugged' in his translation skills, n.b. 'I want in'
post #44 of 59
Regarding original question; just say no .
post #45 of 59
I don't really like the look of a heavy gold or silver chain or link bracelet. However, I do like the look of a leather cuff-style bracelet. Also, I like the look of several thin hemp bracelets worn together, possibly with wood beads on them. Maybe even in conjunction with some sort of thin crude metal bracelet that looks as if it's 3000 years old. Of course, these are looks that are typically worn by those under 25.
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