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some reason, I'm not surprised you dig HUGE V's

shut up! I'm going to pick up some fp polos this weekend you sweet bastard. I'm not coming tonight sorry mang.

edit* dude I've been looking all over HMs for that sweater and can't find any I'm getting angry again.
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They had that sweater at Bev Center HM for a long time, also had one in the same style but with red and white contrast stripes....ya snooze ya lose buster.
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Whodini, very nice. What material is the shirt, I figured it would be warm like the FH Houndstooth.
100% cotton. It's very soft and thick but not as heavy or warm as a wool blend.
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That looks like a Spode Blue Room mug or maybe a Waverly. My Mother covets them but I've never seen that one before. At any rate, I like that China. What is it?

edit: sorry for all the questions but do you know who designed your neighborhood? Is it mixed use? I have enjoyed the background to a couple of your shots and have been wondering about your development as we are doing something similar on the other side of the sound. Website?
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Originally Posted by berlin report View Post
great outfit, SuperBobo!

here's me caught between a pinroll and a cuff...


this is amazing, please don't ruin your outfit with a pinroll. just great. probably my new fav poster, apologies sauce.
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post
100% cotton. It's very soft and thick but not as heavy or warm as a wool blend.

Thanks, great lookin shirt and always nice to see something good like this that's wearable in this weather.
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I am currently reading Black Swan Green, and I like it, but the person who recommended it to me advised me to stay away from Number Nine Dream. jpgm have you read Black Swan Green, and if so, how does it compare?
Black Swan Green is ok. Mitchell's best work by a mile is "Ghostwritten". It has all of Mitchell's (rather prodigious) skill, but one gets the feeling that he is not aware of it yet, making the book a lot more "real". It has none of the surreal qualities, or the rather ham-handed imagery that his other work has.
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hell as in hella good, or hell as in you felt like you were on fire, and you wished that someone would put you out...?
I wished someone would put me out. I should also mention that I read the book in Tokyo, and it didn't make it any better. I get the feeling Mitchell is a little too aware of his own skill. He loves displaying it, and you can almost feel his presence behind the page, getting carried away as he gets more and more fantastical and off-topic. He lacks the tightness and sparseness that I tend to look for in great writers. He gets good reviews, but mostly from the brit press, who only love two things, loving, and hating. I myself, keep reading his books for two reasons: one, I hope he will rediscover the humility with which he wrote "ghostwritten" and I will be thrilled with him again, and two, I'm a sucker for a good turn of phrase, and while his prose may be meandering and overwrought at times, he still manages to hammer out passages that make me stop dead.
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What's the verdict?

On the plus side your hair and facial hair look good (although they could tighten up the lower portion of the sides of your cut)!
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H&M
Ande Whall
Zara

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Brioni shirt
Barneys pant
DeVecchi belt
CH socks
testoni loafers
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

bobo your scarf and rolled up pants are making me angry for some reason kinda like shorts and a sweater


hehe, I see where you coming from , but to my defense, the pants isnt rolled high to be shorts like, they are rolled cuz they are extremly wide and i thought an oldschool shorter wide leg looks better then drowning any shoes i might wear. When i stand, the rolls obviously falls down longer.


hossoso
thanks for the interest, but I dont really have any answers. The china is most probably bought "thrift" somewhere, but ill ask my girlfriend.

the neighborhood is built in the 60s, for students with familys, hence the little daycare center and playground in the background. The buildings, like the one im constantly posing in, is built around the play ground, which also has some outdoor barbeque places (for the parents I presume..) and some grassy little hills.
It all has a very swedish 60s feel, but maybe the solutions are out of the ordinary.
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Reactions on SuFu weren't as bad as I thought they'd be, so I might as well Crosspost for my fave forum. Supreme hat infamous Cassette Playa t-shirt April 77 Joey Nike Blazers
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Close-up of woven shirt:

I love this fabric ... where'd you get the shirt ?
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