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Recent purchases - Part II

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by scott.m, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. Dbear

    Dbear Well-Known Member

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    Best part of that jacket are the hidden side pockets, all truckers need em
     
  2. jet

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    jacket looks like some corpus shit
     
  3. gettoasty

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    Another Destin scarf in 70/30 cashmere/silk and Drake's grenadine tie from NMWA

    This year's holiday season has been a wreck for my wallet :embar:

    Still have not even kopped from thecorner and mrporter. I am ready for next round of drops :nodding:
     
  4. raginberriodoom

    raginberriodoom Well-Known Member

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    Been eyeing this shell for awhile now... hopefully the quality is there

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  5. el Bert

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    VirtruviusR Well-Known Member

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    Isaora is good stuff. Had my 2L Shell for one and a half years now as my go-to wet weather jacket. Compares really nicely to more outdoorsy/military shells I've owned from TAD and etc in the past, performance/quality wise.
     
  8. ghdvfddzgzdzg

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    Black calf. Pic is Drew's because mine is months away from existing.
     
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  9. steveoffice

    steveoffice Well-Known Member

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    i thought toj only takes MTO for burgers now?
     
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  10. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Well-Known Member

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    You have until the end of the year. Also, MTO is not an option at his restaurant.
     
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  11. thewho13

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    I'm pretty sure the food is made when you order it. :lol:

    Sorry.
     
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  12. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Well-Known Member

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    Whoops read as MTM, as in don't be the asshole who asks for changes to dishes. Don't do that at any decent restaurant please.
     
  13. Dbear

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    ^ "Is this pasta gluten free? can you make it without gluten?"
     
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    cyc wid it Well-Known Member

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    The worst. Those people and vegans = on my do not eat with list. Same goes for people who ask for tons of substitutions/omissions from a dish because they don't like a particular ingredient.
     
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  15. Isachenko

    Isachenko Well-Known Member

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    I'm cool with gluten-free people, it's healthier but can't demand it at an Italian restaurant or such obviously. Vegans on the other hand are all sorts of wrong, doesn't help their brains are malnourished from lack of animal meat/fat, like a self reinforcing neurosis.
     
  16. Seafinch

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    These just arrived! They're stunning. Perfect fit too!

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  17. el Bert

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    I hate picky people it's so annoying, I don't know where this shit about gluten allergy has come from. All of a sudden no one can eat any type of grain or wheat product. Pretty sure everything except water is bad for you in some way.
     
  18. thewho13

    thewho13 Well-Known Member

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    People who ask for gluten free bread. :facepalm:


    That said gluten sensitivity is a real thing, and it really sucks. I feel bad for people who actually need to worry about it: the myriad fad diet followers give 'em a bad name.
     
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  19. nahneun

    nahneun Well-Known Member

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    celiac disease is very real. some people just can't eat gluten
     
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  20. el Bert

    el Bert Well-Known Member

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    That's not what in talking about. Unless you worked in a restaurant you probably won't understand how much bullshit people say just to get there way.
     
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