Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
can you please translate for a goi?
Hahaha that's classic!
I don't think Spoo could ever be a religious joo with all the shatnez rules
j00 rules is to wash hands in a specific way with a cup, and make a blessing before eating bread. for convenience, kosher restaurants have a washing sink area with a cup so one can do so, and munch on tasty dinner rolls/bread slices with yummy olive oil, salt and pepper, while waiting for the meal to arrive.
lol, he could hack it if he tried.
blasphemous post alteration is blasphemous.
In my effort to understand what you guys were talking about I tried to say all the Yiddish in the past few posts out loud. This is what resulted.
However, per the Racist threak in DT, since I no longer date a Joo I will delete the post if necessary.
i was just messin with you, buddy.
a (random) pic would be great...
Agreed. All of my slim trou are hemmed "right there" (socks are frequently seen and commented on with my slim 'uns). My looser fitted ones have a nice break. And snap (for teh lighter fabrics).
which reminds me, where's Spooner?
Tell where I'm off the mark here:
The cuff is very narrow, and they need hemming with all that bunching. If I'm off, please let me know where I'm missing the mark. He asked for my opinion and I gave it to him.
If there is enough extra material there, it might even be possible to have the pants un-tapered a little. Just something for the OP to consider.
Oh, and before Spoo posts his mega-super-duper 20,000th post, I would just like to point this out:
no worries, carry on.
Sid Mashburn shirt
My 2 cents, in real life these would be perfect, and I have the majority of my trousers hemmed this way now. I used to have them shorter with little or no break, but it comes down to the whole static VS 3D argument. Yes no break looks good in a photo on the internet, but when your walking around it's not great. It may just be me (though I think it's not) and the fact I'm 6 foot 2, but I'm not all that keen on the pee wee herman effect when walking around town.
Separate names with a comma.