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She is lovely..
The hair is a bit eighties for me..

All day all night. 

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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post


She is lovely..
The hair is a bit eighties for me..

All day all night. 

 

As my favorite uncle used to say: "I'd knock the bottom outta that!"

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Thinking fondly of Scott and Garance in Florence:

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I surf all night, I surf all day, to avoid the bills I have to pay
Ain't it sad

And still there never seems to be a single Guci-loafer left for me
That's too bad

In my dreams I have a plan
If I got me a Pitti-Uomo man
I wouldn't have to work at all, I'd pal around with Scott and have a ball...

Pitti, Pitti, Pity
Must be funny
In the dick-wad's world
Pitti, Pitti, Pity
Always sockless
In the dick-wad's world
Aha-ahaaa
All the things I could do
If I had a little two-ply cashmere
It's a dick-wad's world

A peacock like Luca is hard to find but I can't get him off my mind
Ain't it sad

And if he happens to be free I bet he wouldn't fancy me
That's too bad

So I must leave, I'll have to go
To Las Vegas or Monaco
And win a fortune in a game, my life will never be the same...

Pitti, Pitti, Pity
Must be funny
In the dick-wad's world
Pitti, Pitti, Pity
Always sunny
In the dick-wad's world
Aha-ahaaa
All the things I could do
If I had a little Pitti
In the dick-wad's world
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That would be Squire Yashimoto, correct?
post #7175 of 7208

Looks awful, imo.  There is style and then there is sloppy. Sloppy imp.

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That would be Squire Yashimoto, correct?
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I love the expression of Luciano Barbera, looking benevolently at the "state of menswear", as Vox would put it:

 

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Originally Posted by Fred H. View Post

Knobby / knotty knee jokes knotwithstanding:

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Shame she is a nicotine junkie.
post #7178 of 7208
This one struck me as being particularly comical:



Where ELSE but NYC would you see this?
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

It's quite an interesting story. There were a number of studies done in the 60s & 70s, often in educational settings. Various studies came up with different percentages (IIRC the 7% figure comes from a UCLA study in the 70s, which has since been requoted out of context across a multitude of secondary sources and books, sometimes getting simplified to 50/40/10); it's actually quite dependent on study design/methodology and exact setting. My overall interpretation of the literature (which I would suggest is also an interpretation fairly consistent with that of a majority of those in this field) is that it's a bit ridiculous to try to assign precise percentages to this sort of thing.

However, it is fair to say that a much larger component of communication is non-verbal than most people prefer to believe. Most people like to think of themselves as rational, scientific people able to weigh up an argument impassionately. This misjudgement is precisely why targetting non-verbal communcation is so important; if you don't realise someone is working on that channel, you're more likely to internalise it without questioning the tactic they're employing. Conversely, if you are aware of it, you're better placed to judge a situation.

Actually trying to give precise percentages though? Yeah, not so useful IMO, especially when studies get quoted out of context.

(more than you wanted to know, I appreciate, but there you go!)

Exactly what I wanted to know.smile.gif Thanks.
post #7180 of 7208
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Originally Posted by Fred H. View Post

This one struck me as being particularly comical:



Where ELSE but NYC would you see this?

The SWD crowd will love it..
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whoops
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Here's how one pulls off a Panama hat: as a pure accessory, not even worn.

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. . . or worn, love the linen jacket.

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. . . or worn, love the linen jacket.


Love the colour..icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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