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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by dopey, Jun 14, 2009.

  1. I. Gentantithesis

    I. Gentantithesis Well-Known Member

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    La Dolce Vita, bayou style.

    Entrepreneurial* multi-taskin'.

    Wheelin', dealin', drinkin', purgin', sunnin', bricklayin', sweatin', cookin' meth'.

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    * http://wep.wharton.upenn.edu
     
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    I believe LabelKing has that screened onto a piece of silk.
     
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    serious thread is serious
     
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    Bump.

    Resurrecting this gem [​IMG]
     
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    Corrected. Hillbilly Club member per chance?
     
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    Caviar and a splash of single malt [​IMG]
     
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    I believe LabelKing has that screened onto a piece of silk.

    Painted on black velvet.
     
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    Caviar and a splash of single malt

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    Mine is more like that.
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  11. SpooPoker

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    Caviar is not caviar in tupperware.
     
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    Caviar is not caviar in tupperware.
    May be lentils and gingerale
     
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    Caviar is not caviar in tupperware.

    Or plastic spoons.

    It's like champagne in a Dixie cup.
     
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    It's like champagne in a Dixie cup.


    You have never been to a redneck wedding?
     
  15. TRINI

    TRINI Well-Known Member

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    You have never been to a redneck wedding?

    I thought that was Bud in the Dixie cup.
     
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    I thought that was Bud in the Dixie cup.

    No, those are for the barmitzvahs.
     
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    Or plastic spoons. It's like champagne in a Dixie cup.
    Actually, plastic spoon is used so that the caviar from a larger container will not get oxidized.
    Caviar is not caviar in tupperware.
    Believe it or not, but the caviar from a private source tastes way better than a factory one.
     
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    Actually, plastic spoon is used so that the caviar from a larger container will not get oxidized.




    Believe it or not, but the caviar from a private source tastes way better than a factory one.


    Any Russian or Iranian connections?
     
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    Any Russian or Iranian connections?
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