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I know it was a joke, and I thought it was a good on. Thats what I meant to say when I said good skills. Sorry if it came out differently.

K

sorry, you definitely did say that. apparently im just a skim reading ass
post #122 of 134
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Originally Posted by Spirit of 69 View Post
Wind your neck in son! You don't know me, so button your lip!

Welp It's official....You've ruined the thread....
post #123 of 134
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at least we did that in 1968 and were big enough to admit our wrongs and say sorry in 2008. i don't think the British would do that - EVER.

'white societies' have a lot to learn about the issue and I don't think the British (and derivatives like U.S. and Aus) can preach on racism from moral high ground.

Hey, who ya telling? I'm Irish! I couldn't agree more. That said I don't think I had any relatives transported from Ireland to Oz.

As regards the moral high ground, thats totally irrelevant. Racism is racism and everyone has a duty to stop it, regardless of their country's history!
post #124 of 134
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Wind your neck in son! You don't know me, so button your lip!

Wind my neck in?? Is that a racial slur??
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Welp It's official....You've ruined the thread....

Good! It needed ruining!
post #126 of 134
[quote=antirabbit;1657318]Yo, please stop this, this thread is about Mandouche.

AMEN!
post #127 of 134
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You are intending for us to see the blonde lady with the odd shaped calves?
Yes, this is one of the 2 pics I took

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Did you recieve any comments on your Rolex in London?
No
post #128 of 134
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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
Manouche, would you like to meet up in Paris at end of March and we can sit over coffee and talk about our London experiences over the winter holiday. You can buy the drinks, of course.

I don't drink coffe but we could meet
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sorry, i feel like im part of the reason this thread is getting derailed. so, to move away from this racism discussion, manouche how were you able to remove the pussy scratches to your rolex so that they were unnoticeable to the untrained eye?


With OUATOR
post #130 of 134
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Originally Posted by manouche View Post
I don't drink coffe but we could meet

What do you drink?

We could arrange something...

Come on, come all! A Manouche Meetup. What say you?
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What do you drink?

We could arrange something...

Come on, come all! A Manouche Meetup. What say you?

Water melon juice
post #132 of 134
Where are the pictures?
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Originally Posted by manouche View Post

I am back




I went without eating anything, I found 2 small gateau that goes with café on the train and ate them around 2 PM.




I saw no mac Donald, I bought 2 sandwiches at 6PM and ate one in the street and one in the subway like a gipsy. People were coming from job (the poor people) and the train was crowded but people were not pushing one each other like in Paris' subway.




Sum up :




1) I didn't use my camera, I had no time to lose, I only take 2 pics :


- one of the legs of a woman (above 45) from back


- one of me in a shop with a stuff used to see what is the shape of your head when you buy a hat



I made a short movie of the legs of the same woman and of a cab which was next to us




I was amazed to see that MOST of women were wearing skirts, stockings and heels despite the weather relatively cold. Even young girls dress like that.




In Paris, almost ALL girls wear pants, mostly jeans




==> Girls from London are not cold ?




2) Swaine Adeney Brigg


I had to pick up 2 items :

- A burgundy case

- A whangee umbrella from Papworth


The big deception, the case looked ratty, had a big defect (hollow as if it had been crashed at the lower part where you have 2 studs) and the umbrella is not AT all the same as the one they well at full price despite they told me it was the same




The shop closes at 5 PM !!!!




The saleswoman was not friendly and wanted to know my name and told me that normaly she wouldn't give me the case bescause I didn't put my true name on my email adress (I told her the name of my mistress who paid the case and gave the number of the deal so it shows that I am not a stranger who wants to steal a case!)




===> I asked a refund on the 2 items and will never buy again from them




3) I hadn't time to see any shoes, I missed James Smith umbrella's, didn't go to savile Row...




4) T&A


They are dorks


I brought a shirt I bought on ebay for a swap because the collar is too tight


They thought 10 minutes if they could make a swap as if I was asking a refund of £1000


They changed it but the saleman wanted me to try it on


I told him "do you think that I am stupid and don't know my size ?"


I bought 4 pockets squares, £10 instead of £35


I had many of the ones in sales, in different colors but I passed because having the same patterns in 5 colors is usless. I was in a hurry because SWA was closing, I may have taken a few more as on ebay they often go for more than £10.




5) H&K


I bought 11 shirts, tried to swap 2 I bought on ebay but the guy refused because they had a "made in England" label showing that they were at least 3 years old


The saleswomen in the first shop were friendly and in the 2d shop totaly unhelpful and dumb (one was reading a magazine and put it on the scarves, it took her 30 seconds to realialize that her stuff was preventing me to check the scarves, I looked at the capsn couldn't find my size but the young girl was dreaming instead of helping so I passed


I bought 3 scraves, 2 red and 1 orange, 1 for me, 2 form my girls



6) John Lock


The best experience


The salewoman was a chinese and that was a bad point at the begining as I expect an old foggie or an uptight virgin woman who as been working in the shop since its creation in the 18 century.


She help me to pick the right size, reshaped the new hat I took, took the shape of my head just to show me and told that my head had a strange shape because it was larger at the front than at the end.


I took : cap for my father on sales


A new hat instead of my rabbi too big Homburg, I picked up the Madison, a Fedora with narrow brims.


They sized down my cap, now the size is good


I took 2 women's hat because they were on sales, hope my girls will like them


I bought a brush for hat, could be used fo clothes as well, KENT OF BRUSH, not one sales but the chinese gave me £5 off, £30 instead of £35.




7) Cordings


I bought a covert coat, navy with no velvest color, the only coat in my size, 40R


Only 10% off but it was the only coat to fit me on the stomach (T&A is too baggy or too tight, New&Lingwwod too, only crombie was not bad but in size 38!)


Made in Portugal...



8) New and Lingwood


A very interesting saleguy. He was talking much, I was understanding few but he seemed to know about clothes. He had long greasy hair like me.


He explains me that English didn't care about single needle stitching on a shirt, they just wanted a sturdy shirts.


I had no time to undress and try on a shirt so I didn't buy anything.


I went to this shop for the covert coat and they don't fit me at all.



9) Dunhill

I stayed 30 seconds in the shop. Only 50% off and nothing more than in La vallée.



10) Crombie


Salesman was friendly but strangly dressed and looked cheap. I think he was a paki or something close. He tolmd the that CROMBIE invented the Covert coat and selling the best one. I told him that Cordings told me the same and he showed me a pic of a factory on the wall as an evidence.


Discount was £200, I found it weird and passed as the fit was slightly too large.


11) Harrod's


I went to Harrod's at the end of the day, they told me "no case" and "you put your case" I don't know where. I asked "it is free?"

He replied "no". I replied "then I will pass on Harrod's"


I had a huge red case with wheels.


12) Bates


I sew a nice hat but the guy told me I need a 57 while Lock told me a 58 so I was confused.


The guy was not friendly, didn't understand me, the shop was TINY, he had no Homburg, I told me that I didn't want a black Homburg because I don't want to look like a rabbi, he replied me that Homburg was not for rabbi but for diplomats. The shop was very dark.


May be I will order online.


I am tired.

Best one ever...
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Best one ever...

I miss that guy!
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