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post #16 of 23
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Originally Posted by Orsini View Post
What is a "git?"

UK slang for someone who is contemptible, annoying, irritating, silly, childish, and/or incompetent.
post #17 of 23
Does anyone know where Crombie's knitwear is manufactured? I'm interested in this:
http://www.crombie.co.uk/p/WEBINVISIBLE208/60025KN.htm

I already have too much Chinese outsourced junk. Don't need more.
post #18 of 23
I used to have a Crombie suit and the quality was not great to be honest...
I like the Crombie look of their overcoats but mine are from different designers...
They were around the £490 mark the last time I shopped around to get one and that was a long time ago...
Is the Jermyn street shop has closed down?
I went a few weeks again to Foster and the shop seems closed.
post #19 of 23
lol Manouche pwnage
post #20 of 23
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
Is the Jermyn street shop has closed down?
I went a few weeks again to Foster and the shop seems closed.

I remember seeing merchandise and the sale signs in its window earlier this week. They've been winding their operation there down for about 6 months now, so I don't know when it dies for good
post #21 of 23
They had some sales on a few months ago and I couldn't force myself to get in...
Crombie suits are not good at all, only their overcoats are worth spending our pounds on...
post #22 of 23
Are Pakis Wogs?
This unschooled Yank wants to know.

But seriously folks, I have two pairs of corduroy trousers
purchased from them about eight years ago. They have
worn well.
post #23 of 23
Thanks for your clever intervention Comrade but actually Pakis is a shortened version of Pakistani..
Therefore nothing in common with the other lovely terminology used above...
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