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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by earthdragon, Nov 18, 2008.

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  1. MickyD

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    anyone been to the Fletcher Jones clearance at the corner of Flinders & Queen? Can almost literally see the store from my desk (there's a building in the way), but dunno if I CBF'd going for a look.....
     
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    ^ whats ur battle tag? wanna co-op? :hide:
     
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    Haven't created an account yet. Wasn't even planning to buy a copy. The JB girl pretty much pushed one in my face and said "That'll be $69 thanks."
     
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    Just narrow. I'll probably break them in first and see how they go. If not I'll post them up.
     
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    X-post from the Meermin thread.


     
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    Firmin - Depends which end of town she is staying and if she is eating alone.

    If eating alone then The MOAT at the Wheeler centre is good. Friendly, cosy, has books and newspapers available and many people eat alone.

    In addition you can often catch something at the Wheeler centre to stimulate the mind.

    It has the added attraction of no doof doof music and the likely hood that most people there have read at least one book. Not something you can say about every place.

    http://www.broadsheet.com.au/melbourne/food-and-drink/article/moat-wheelers-centre

    http://wheelercentre.com/

    I wouldn't respond to FOX's stalking offer. He probably thinks sitting on a milk crate in a Thornbury laneway, in second hand brogue longwings with no socks a big long scarf and Buddy Holly glasses, eating anchovies out of the tin (latest trend) is fine dining.
     
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    Except the moat is very close to where I work, fxh.
     
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    Just received some suit supply long sleeve polos ... I went for 39neck and supposedly its an extra slim cut but my initial observation is that it runs a tad big and concerned about stretch factor once its had some wear. Ill try them on properly at home and report back. Pretty quick and cheap for what it is though!
     
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    Clothing and D3 talk? Now this is a thread really has my interest.
     
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    i dont venture that far out too often, but the rest is pretty accurate. in fact, the glasses and anchovies in a tin a little too accurate. who's stalking who
     
  11. blahman

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    Speaking of D3, what I found surprising is the number of young Asian girls go around looking for D3.
     
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    I have my agents* out and about and I'm wise to what the hipsters are up to.

    * well only one. I pay blahman in silly kids PC games
     
  13. fxh

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    ... and help with year 11 assignments....
     
  14. Henry Carter

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    I'd be interested in this, they look pretty cool. Do they have decent length sleeves?

    Not sure what the rest of you are on about with this D3 stuff btw, computers games of some sort I'd say. I reckon life's too short to be playing games indoor's when I already spend most of my life at a computer and we have this great country to explore. I'd rather go fishing, but each to their own I guess. Carry on.
     
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    I can't go fishing while dinner is on the stove. Games just replace TV and movies for me.
     
  16. Gerry Nelson

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    Oh stop being so difficult and just pitch a tent by the river - there, problem solved! [​IMG]
     
  17. tobiasj

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    Me too...
     
  18. Henry Carter

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    Aah right, I see. My dinner on the stove time wasting remedy is a large glass of Shiraz.
     
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    Ill post measurements and a photo when i get a chance. Im pretty sure im roughly 87 sleeve and this sleeve length is more than enough. The waist i reckon is too wide though.. Much more generous than a Kent Wang in Large
     
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