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post #91 of 134
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Originally Posted by Spirit of 69 View Post
No,no,no not CAN be. Is exclusively a racial slur! There is no other use for the word.

What if it is spelled differently but pronounced the same:

Packie

Where you buy liquor. Used to be closed on Sundays, but voters repealed most of the remaining Blue Laws in Nov., 1994.

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post #92 of 134
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One of the conclusion is = AVOID SAB

Even the normal range cases look ratty to me.

Very easily scratchable, poorly finished (gap between the different pieces), heavy... I know they are handmade and so can not be equal but why making handmade if it looks less good than machine made?
post #93 of 134
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Originally Posted by manouche View Post
The shirt from ebay was new but the collar was defective as too tight and as I didn't like the collor much, I wanted to get rid of it. I paid £35 for it, all included. So I saved up £20 as shirts were at £55 in the shop.

Why are you buying shirts on the cheap from ebay, and then on top of that exchanging them in order to save a measly £20. It sounds to me like you are one of the poor people (I think you might even be a civil servant!)
post #94 of 134
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Why are you buying shirts on the cheap from ebay, and then on top of that exchanging them in order to save a measly £20. It sounds to me like you are one of the poor people (I think you might even be a civil servant!)

I didn't buy it to exchange it.

It was too tight so exchanging was normal

If I had paid more than £55 on ebay, a swap would have been a bad deal.

I just stressed that I saves up £20.
post #95 of 134
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Originally Posted by manouche View Post
I didn't buy it to exchange it.

It was too tight so exchanging was normal

If I had paid more than £55 on ebay, a swap would have been a bad deal.

I just stressed that I saves up £20.

If you would have bought it in the store at regular price, you could have tried it on first. But instead you took a chance on ebay in order to save a few quid.

I would not have tried to exchange it when it didn't fit. The hassle is not worth £20 to me. I guess it is to you.

Face it, you're a poor person.
post #96 of 134
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Originally Posted by nicedream View Post
If you would have bought it in the store at regular price, you could have tried it on first. But instead you took a chance on ebay in order to save a few quid.

I would not have tried to exchange it when it didn't fit. The hassle is not worth £20 to me. I guess it is to you.

Face it, you're a poor person.


When I buy shirts in a shop, I buy 10 shirts. I will not tried on so many shirts of the same sizes and cut.

Do what you want, I don't care about what you would do or not do, you are free to wear too tight shirts.

Telling to a guy in a shop that one wants a swap is not any hassle for any normal person. Only a phobic person would think that it is.
post #97 of 134
Cher Manouche,
Did you go alone? Or did you take your mistress, la conasse aux barbelés, bane of all Rolex subs with a dust?
post #98 of 134
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Originally Posted by F475 View Post
Cher Manouche,
Did you go alone? Or did you take your mistress, la conasse aux barbelés, bane of all Rolex subs with a dust?

Alone with the 2000 euros in cash, the credit card of my father, the credit card of my mother and a case.
post #99 of 134
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Alone with the 2000 euros in cash
If you ever visit NYC with 2000 Euros in your pocket, let me know.
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the credit card of my father, the credit card of my mother and a case.
Mon Dieu! Did they know you had their plastic?
post #100 of 134
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If you ever visit NYC with 2000 Euros in your pocket, let me know.

Do 4000 euros on the wrist count?

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Mon Dieu! Did they know you had their plastic?

Of course
post #101 of 134
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Originally Posted by manouche View Post
Do 4000 euros on the wrist count?

Mais oui! I'll take that Fauxlex too, as well as your 2000 Euros when I roll your sorry ass. I am sure I can sell it to some other pretentious frog, for another 4000 Euros.
post #102 of 134
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Originally Posted by tony19 View Post
Dude, get off your soap box and lighten up! This guy is a joke and should not be taken seriously. you're getting a little out of hand and should relax. Please don't ruin the thread with your commentary.

Now can we get back to Manouche's hysterical visit to London???


Wind your neck in son! You don't know me, so button your lip!
post #103 of 134
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Originally Posted by tony19 View Post
Spirit - Jeez. if you can't laugh at this then you have issues.

I never laugh at racism. Yes, I have issues with racists and idiots!
post #104 of 134
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Originally Posted by manouche View Post
I only went in 3 streets : Jermyn, piccadilly and ST James

You missed the mother of all McDonalds...

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/87/27...35981d.jpg?v=0

And the like 3 on shaftesbury avenue, lower regent street (close to where you were on Jermyn Street too) etc
post #105 of 134
interested to read the poms have learn't about racism. it was the poms who attempted to destruct the aboriginal race - a bit of heritage that Australia has not rectified in 200 years.
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