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This company is really shity for the logistic.

I had asked a catalogue for the last 2 sales but received nothing.

Now i ask nothing, and i receive 2.

Some nice shirts.
 

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Too funny. BTW, Ernest, last time I was at the Sloane Hilditch store they had a brown shirt - no, really. I said to the sales lady, "But Brown Is For Farmer." She looked confused and must have assumed from my put-on French accent that I was the infamous Ernest of free-French-publicity campaign.
 

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This company is really shity for the logistic.

I had asked a catalogue for the last 2 sales but received nothing.

Now i ask nothing, and i receive 2.

Some nice shirts.
You live a tough life.
 

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Too funny. BTW, Ernest, last time I was at the Sloane Hilditch store they had a brown shirt - no, really. I said to the sales lady, "But Brown Is For Farmer." She looked confused and must have assumed from my put-on French accent that I was the infamous Ernest of free-French-publicity campaign.
Is it just me or is this whole joke getting a little tired?
 

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(dorian @ June 09 2005,11:28) Too funny. BTW, Ernest, last time I was at the Sloane Hilditch store they had a brown shirt - no, really. I said to the sales lady, "But Brown Is For Farmer." She looked confused and must have assumed from my put-on French accent that I was the infamous Ernest of free-French-publicity campaign.

Is it just me or is this whole joke getting a little tired?
Well, if not for the fact that I actually did that, yes...
 

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Originally Posted by meaculpa,June 09 2005,13:33
Originally Posted by dorian,June 09 2005,11:28
Too funny. BTW, Ernest, last time I was at the Sloane Hilditch store they had a brown shirt - no, really. I said to the sales lady, "But Brown Is For Farmer." She looked confused and must have assumed from my put-on French accent that I was the infamous Ernest of free-French-publicity campaign.

Is it just me or is this whole joke getting a little tired?

Well, if not for the fact that I actually did that, yes...

I didn't mean to single you out. And you've got cojones to have actually done that. I don't know if I'd have been able to keep a straight face.
 

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That's nothing. I actually OWN a brown Hilditch shirt (thanks RJ Dad.). Lemme tell you, brown: it ain't just for farmer.
 

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Originally Posted by dorian,June 09 2005,13:37
Originally Posted by meaculpa,June 09 2005,13:33
Originally Posted by dorian,June 09 2005,11:28
Too funny. BTW, Ernest, last time I was at the Sloane Hilditch store they had a brown shirt - no, really. I said to the sales lady, "But Brown Is For Farmer." She looked confused and must have assumed from my put-on French accent that I was the infamous Ernest of free-French-publicity campaign.

Is it just me or is this whole joke getting a little tired?

Well, if not for the fact that I actually did that, yes...

I didn't mean to single you out. And you've got cojones to have actually done that. I don't know if I'd have been able to keep a straight face.
Well, it would have been quite a bit more difficult had a friend and I not just stumbled from a celebratory lunch at Zafferano around the corner... Replace celebratory with liquid and you can probably understand the state I was in. While I somehow kept a straight face, my friend burst into laughter (not knowing my reason for the French accent or the comment itself). The salesperson took it in good humour tho...
EDIT: RJMan,
 

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That's nothing. I actually OWN a brown Hilditch shirt (thanks RJ Dad.). Lemme tell you, brown: it ain't just for farmer.
No, lemme tell you. I envy you. And your dad.
 

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you taking the mickey?

translation -- you making fun of me?
 

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(dorian @ June 09 2005,11:28) Too funny. BTW, Ernest, last time I was at the Sloane Hilditch store they had a brown shirt - no, really. I said to the sales lady, "But Brown Is For Farmer." She looked confused and must have assumed from my put-on French accent that I was the infamous Ernest of free-French-publicity campaign.

Is it just me or is this whole joke getting a little tired?
It's just you.
koji
 

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(dorian @ June 09 2005,11:28) Too funny. BTW, Ernest, last time I was at the Sloane Hilditch store they had a brown shirt - no, really. I said to the sales lady, "But Brown Is For Farmer." She looked confused and must have assumed from my put-on French accent that I was the infamous Ernest of free-French-publicity campaign.

Is it just me or is this whole joke getting a little tired?
Never. Viva la "Brown is for Farmer."
 

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