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HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.

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  1. ethanm

    ethanm Well-Known Member

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    I'm of the belief that every male should drive a Jeep.
     
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    Light blue is always great looking. Light pink is another option. Most light, classic shirt colors would work with this I think [​IMG]
     
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    My dad had several. This cured me of any desire ever to own one.
     
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    some of them dont even have a college degree.
     
  5. F. Corbera

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    I hate those stupid things people put on them that say, "You wouldn't understand, it's a Jeep thing." One day my father said, "You wouldn't understand, it's an asshole thing." I think he nailed it.
     
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    that traffic looks dreadful.
     
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    [​IMG]
     
  9. F. Corbera

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    That's alright, we have Dijon mustard.
     
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    I knew you'd know what I was talking about. Burl walnut? Must be a Rolls or Bentley.

    There's that good shot of you in a Kiton, or Borelli tan DB blazer, white henley ? shirt in a car. The DB was still buttoned of course. For some reason I feel the need to stare at that DB. Can't stop looking at it, don't know why.
     
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    Khaki BB pants in Loro Piana wool
    Pink oxford shirt, button collar
    Navy BB silk/linen/wool blazer
    White cotton PS
    Dark brown pennies
    Dark brown Burberry eyeglasses (because I'm blind)
     
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    well, thats a relief. i was worried for a minute there.
     
  13. F. Corbera

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    That was in an English car without mustard...well, maybe just on the seats and carpet.

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    In the front seat? Like a plebe?
     
  15. IrateCustomer

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    You are referring to super luxury lines at that price point. Luxury brands such as Lexus, Benz, and BMW are luxury. Yes I'm picking the fly shit out of the pepper here, but I'm in the car business so there you have it. Super luxury always retains it's value due to such limited production, quality of construction and materials, along with ridiculously high tech. But the flagships for the luxury brands devalue very quickly especially when the new generation versions come out. Prior generation models drop like a rock at that point.
     
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    The hookers were taking up the back.

    (I was one of them)
     
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    A "plebe" is a freshman at West Point or at Navy.

    A "pleb" is someone who craves the once-in-a-lifetime novelty of starting at the back of a black driver's cap.
     
  18. patrickBOOTH

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    That's racist. :teach:
     
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  19. acecow

    acecow Well-Known Member

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    Well, they're both short for plebeian, right? I doubt either is a real dictionary word.
     
  20. in stitches

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    but not finishing?
     
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