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(imageWIS @ April 01 2005,07:28)
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WTF? Jon.
Check your calendar. It's a day when, throughout history, gentlemen have renounced the trivialities of clothes in search of something better.
There is nothing funny about giving away all those clothes. Jon.
You're tellin' me. Giving them ALL away, I had to walk back home with no clothes on, and it was cold, and a long walk.................
Why? Did you give your car away as well? Jon.
No, it broke down on the way. The strain on the engine was too much, carrying all that weight.
Surprising, those RLPL suits don't like that heavy... Jon.
post #17 of 31
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(cuffthis @ April 01 2005,10:34)
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,April 01 2005,07:28
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Originally Posted by cuffthis,April 01 2005,10:21
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,April 01 2005,06:21
WTF? Jon.
Check your calendar.  It's a day when, throughout history, gentlemen have renounced the trivialities of clothes in search of something better.
There is nothing funny about giving away all those clothes. Jon.
You're tellin' me. Giving them ALL away, I had to walk back home with no clothes on, and it was cold, and a long walk.................
Why? Did you give your car away as well? Jon.
No, it broke down on the way. The strain on the engine was too much, carrying all that weight.
Surprising, those RLPL suits don't like that heavy... Jon.
It was the gold in the cufflinks that created all the weight, plus the shoe trees for the 50+ pairs
post #18 of 31
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(imageWIS @ April 01 2005,07:42)
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Originally Posted by cuffthis,April 01 2005,10:34
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,April 01 2005,07:28
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Originally Posted by cuffthis,April 01 2005,10:21
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,April 01 2005,07:18
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Originally Posted by zjpj83,April 01 2005,09:36
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,April 01 2005,06:21
WTF? Jon.
Check your calendar. It's a day when, throughout history, gentlemen have renounced the trivialities of clothes in search of something better.
There is nothing funny about giving away all those clothes. Jon.
You're tellin' me. Giving them ALL away, I had to walk back home with no clothes on, and it was cold, and a long walk.................
Why? Did you give your car away as well? Jon.
No, it broke down on the way. The strain on the engine was too much, carrying all that weight.
Surprising, those RLPL suits don't like that heavy... Jon.
It was the gold in the cufflinks that created all the weight, plus the shoe trees for the 50+ pairs
Egads man. What kind of car were you driving? Jon.
post #19 of 31
Also news flash: manton will be helping design and write copy for the new Whitcomb & Shaftesbury website. He will also have his own line at Wal-Mart: "Manton Every Day."
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Chuck - you got that wrong. I am not permitted to discount Zimmerli. But I did sell 6 Kabbaz shirts this morning for $20(per shirt). Anyone elso who wants six shirts, just PayPal on over your buckos by midnight to zimmerli@customshirt1.com
post #21 of 31
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First come, first served. The short sleeve dress shirts are the hottest item I hear.
My heart actually skipped a beat -- for the cufflinks anyway -- until I remembered what day it was
post #22 of 31
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Chuck - you got that wrong. I am not permitted to discount Zimmerli. But I did sell 6 Kabbaz shirts this morning for $20(per shirt). Anyone elso who wants six shirts, just PayPal on over your buckos by midnight to zimmerli@customshirt1.com
I might be a little slow, but this was a jest, right?
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(Alexander Kabbaz @ April 01 2005,14:48) Chuck - you got that wrong. I am not permitted to discount Zimmerli. But I did sell 6 Kabbaz shirts this morning for $20(per shirt). Anyone elso who wants six shirts, just PayPal on over your buckos by midnight to zimmerli@customshirt1.com
I might be a little slow, but this was a jest, right?
I just love the first of April.
post #24 of 31
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I might be a little slow, but this was a jest, right?
No. I was absolutely serious. But, alas, midnight has passed. Perhaps next year.
post #25 of 31
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I might be a little slow, but this was a jest, right?
No. I was absolutely serious. But, alas, midnight has passed. Perhaps next year.
This is cruel. And not funny. And also ..... cruel.
post #26 of 31
Any donations in the future may be sent to Kennesaw, GA in my care for consideration of distribution. Thanks, Chris
post #27 of 31
OK Alex, I admit it. Actually this is very funny. What is not funny at all is Chuck selling his offspring to gypsies. That is outrageous and I will report this to proper authorities. Once j hears that Chuck sells daughters without putting them in the buyin/selling section first, a banning will be sure to follow.
post #28 of 31
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What is not funny at all is Chuck selling his offspring to gypsies.
*** Calling ernest ***
post #29 of 31
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What is not funny at all is Chuck selling his offspring to gypsies.
He's just being a capitalist and trying to make a profit. How do you think he got his "offspring" in the first place?
post #30 of 31
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He's just being a capitalist and trying to make a profit. How do you think he got his "offspring" in the first place?
I don't know. I was going to make a quip about having her produced in Italy, but that would be too nasty
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