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I'm thinking more like a Porsche Cayenne. Remember when they first came out and everyone made fun of Porsche for putting out a SUV? But they took off and now seem to be everywhere.

Foo x Charvet western wear could do the same.

That said, I'd stick with Jeep, just like I stick with Wrangler.
 

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As SC is English, it's mandatory for him to wear a vest under a button-up shirt.
Bollocks!
Are you English?
Cos I am and I NEVER wear a vest (undershirt for yanks).
Yes, I am English (well, English-Australian).

Also, my tongue was planted firmly in my cheek when I made that comment.

In a thread such as this, it's a good rule never to take any comment seriously!
 
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This is the right way to evaluate deities and religions.
It just dawned on me that the green breast wallet thread was the equivalent of Kim Kardashian's adult content. A coming out party of sorts. Bespoke western shirt is maybe season 10 or 11. Let's hope for a run to at least season 20, ala KUWTK. But I think Foo is more Kanye than Kim. Or Foo is Kimye? I need GeneralEmployer to weigh in for expertise.
 

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This whole thing came up because you have skateboards hanging in your apartment with graffiti art on them. Nowadays, there's a bunch of rich people who like the "edginess" of street culture but will call the police on the same people who make those cultural references "edgy."

My point is that you have graffiti-painted skateboards in your apartment, but would probably call the police on graffiti artists and skaters in your neighborhood. This has nothing to do with race. The actual comments:
On the other hand, you seem to have a terabyte's worth of 1930's Apparel Arts scans that you pleasure yourself to. 110% of these are white men. These are the same ppl you would rush out to cancel now. What do you think these people thought of people of color, or LGBT's, or Asians? Or how they treated women?

Not that I am promoting woke culture to any extent, but instead the showing how weird it is to say we cannot appreciate certain parts of a subculture, without endorsing 100% of it.
 

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It just dawned on me that the green breast wallet thread was the equivalent of Kim Kardashian's adult content. A coming out party of sorts. Bespoke western shirt is maybe season 10 or 11. Let's hope for a run to at least season 20, ala KUWTK. But I think Foo is more Kanye than Kim. Or Foo is Kimye? I need GeneralEmployer to weigh in for expertise.
I am confused. Maybe I haven't watched keeping up with the Kardashians enough (or at all).
I mean, I know there was some adult content of Kim but I fail to see the analogy still.
 

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Does this forum actually sanitise adult content to adult content, what on earth
 
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On the other hand, you seem to have a terabyte's worth of 1930's Apparel Arts scans that you pleasure yourself to. 110% of these are white men. These are the same ppl you would rush out to cancel now. What do you think these people thought of people of color, or LGBT's, or Asians? Or how they treated women?

Not that I am promoting woke culture to any extent, but instead the showing how weird it is to say we cannot appreciate certain parts of a subculture, without endorsing 100% of it.
Welcoming the brain genious to this thread
 

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Its the deodorant/ antiperspirant that leaves the yellow stains. Any stick/ gel/ paste style will usually discolor shirts over time. I have found that when I switched to a spray antiperspirant I stopped getting stains. With that said, I also scrub the collars and pits and soak them as a sort of occasional power scrub.

Top tip: if you scrub your neck well in the shower with a loofa/ wash cloth/ facial scrubber, etc, it will dramatically reduce the ring around the collar...
I was going to say this as well. It's specifically in my experience the aluminum anti-perspirants, I switched to stick deodorants (without antiperspirant) and never had permanent pit stains again.

However, I still get collar and cuff dirt that seems to be immune to really anything although it seems to be a bit cleared up by oxygen bleach for a little while. (EDIT: Just finished reading your post, I was too excited to agree with you, I'll try washing my neck. I think I've never once explicitly washed the back of my neck. Is that normal or gross? I also don't wear socks with summer loafers which is apparently gross to 50% of the population here so who knows anymore)
 

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Its the deodorant/ antiperspirant that leaves the yellow stains. Any stick/ gel/ paste style will usually discolor shirts over time. I have found that when I switched to a spray antiperspirant I stopped getting stains. With that said, I also scrub the collars and pits and soak them as a sort of occasional power scrub.

Top tip: if you scrub your neck well in the shower with a loofa/ wash cloth/ facial scrubber, etc, it will dramatically reduce the ring around the collar...
I've never had a problem with stick deodorants that have 1) no aluminum, and 2) a clear colour. But then I usually avoid some of the cheaper stuff, which I find tends to be both sensitizing and leaving more residue.
 

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I've never had a problem with stick deodorants that have 1) no aluminum, and 2) a clear colour. But then I usually avoid some of the cheaper stuff, which I find tends to be both sensitizing and leaving more residue.
I'm interested in recommendations for this sort of thing. I like my current deodorant but believe it still has aluminum. I previously tried switching to a baking soda based product but experienced a very unpleasant itching/burning reaction after a day or two. Not sure if that would have gone away had I pressed on.
 

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