Frankie Morello jeans, Are them good?

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  1. Corniche

    Corniche Senior member

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    I saw the other day some slim dark Frankie Morello jeans.

    Never heard of them, are them good?
     


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    Maybe them are, maybe them ain't.
     


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  4. Corniche

    Corniche Senior member

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    Maybe them are, maybe them ain't.

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    The right word was them or they?

    Thanks
     


  5. Corniche

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    The right word was them or they?

    Thanks


    ???
     


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    Who cares if it's a troll- they= subject (nominative case) loro them= direct object (accusative case) or indirect object (dative case) li/le (oggeto diretto) o loro/gli (oggetto indiretto)
     


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    Who cares if it's a troll-

    they= subject (nominative case)
    loro

    them= direct object (accusative case) or indirect object (dative case)
    li/le (oggeto diretto) o loro/gli (oggetto indiretto)


    Reported for insulting me.[​IMG]
     


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    they
    Thanks for the lesson. [​IMG]
     


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    Frankie Morello is an Italian brand... I got a pair of jeans of them, bought it about 3 years ago. The quality is good, though I'm not into the brand anymore. Ridicilous prices on items, but exclusive designs.

    Also got some shirts, some items retailing for around 300 euros. The jeans I got from the brand where a whopping 400 euros. Weared them alot though. Nowadays the jeans don't reflect my style, but some of the shirts I do still wear.

    When I think of it now, the pricetag doesn't justify what you get for it... Unless the brand retails cheaper now.
     


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    Frankie Morello is such an unfortunate paisano name. He sounds like he should be working at Fulton fish market rather than designing clothes.

    Of course, if you have a name like Rudolph Valentino or something like that, you're destined for other things.
     


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    Drop a link for them jawns. What do they look like?
     


  15. Corniche

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    Frankie Morello is an Italian brand... I got a pair of jeans of them, bought it about 3 years ago. The quality is good, though I'm not into the brand anymore. Ridicilous prices on items, but exclusive designs.

    Also got some shirts, some items retailing for around 300 euros. The jeans I got from the brand where a whopping 400 euros. Weared them alot though. Nowadays the jeans don't reflect my style, but some of the shirts I do still wear.

    When I think of it now, the pricetag doesn't justify what you get for it... Unless the brand retails cheaper now.


    Totally agree, but I like some of their plain dark slim ones.

    Drop a link for them jawns. What do they look like?

    http://www.frankiemorello.it/
     


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