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Help with graduation attire. Gingham too informal?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by CDNstyle740, May 27, 2012.

Is gingham too informal for a graduation brunch?

  1. Yes

    3 vote(s)
    11.1%
  2. No

    24 vote(s)
    88.9%
  1. southbound35

    southbound35 Senior member

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    Johnny Boy, drop it. Your original question has been answered. All of the the ancillary banter is superfluous.
     
  2. jamesny

    jamesny Senior member

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    High school graduation? That's fine don't worry about it. Maybe change the tie to a solid grey/silver one.
     
  3. fritzl

    fritzl Senior member

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    you're wrong. sorry.

    i can't believe that you can't stop being such a dick... disgusting.
     
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  4. CDNstyle740

    CDNstyle740 Well-Known Member

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    Yea, I was totally out of line....not.

    Lets put this nonsense to rest and say that from here on out, only comments pertaining to the original question are welcome.
     
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  5. fritzl

    fritzl Senior member

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    you're responsible that a cool dude had to go... live with it.
     
  6. Bradford

    Bradford Senior member

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    Actually I'm responsible.. and he's not gone, just taking a month off to consider his behavior toward new members and people that come here to ask basic questions.

    Do you have a problem with that?
     
  7. fritzl

    fritzl Senior member

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    no.

    i have a problem with op's behaviour.
     
  8. CDNstyle740

    CDNstyle740 Well-Known Member

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    I don't feel that it is my behaviour that needs to be questioned here and once again I please ask that you refrain from discussing the matters between myself and Mr.Treehorn. He has been dealt with as seen fit by the admin and we will leave it at that. I opened this thread by asking a simple question and he replied with an uncalled for comment of which he could not provide a direct quotation or explanation based on my initial question. I would have not joined this forum had I known it would lead to this debate, if you will, and am regretting my decision to do so. Once again please drop any discussion that does not address my initial question. (I sense that the same argument between myself and Jackie is beginning to occur between myself and fritzl, so lets quit while we are ahead)

    And BTW neither myself nor 'Bradford' are responsible for what happened to Mr. Treehorn, his own actions lead to his ban, no one else's. If he hadn't sparked such an uninformed debate and simply ended his comment with his opinion on the shirt question he would still be here. ultimately yes someone made the decision to ban him, however mr tree horn was aware of the rules of the site when he signed up for it
     
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  9. paradoxical3

    paradoxical3 Well-Known Member

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    I changed my mind. OP is trolling all of you, not Treehorn.
     
  10. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Careful here. I'm starting to think that I should time you out as well. Others are welcome to voice their opinion. And if you decide to be combative about it, I'm not adverse to putting two heads instead of just the one on a spike.
     
  11. MyOtherLife

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    Sorry it took me awhile to get back on this....hope this helps:

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    Last thought from me...in warm weather, knit ties will work great. Hundreds of colours and patterns to choose from.
     
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