HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part IV (starting May 2014)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.

  1. Prince of Paisley

    Prince of Paisley Senior member

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    Inspired by recent 'uniform' posts, and the observation I don't post enough paisley to satisfy my username.

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  2. The Ernesto

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    Fantastic.

    Lots of people no doubt saying 'I know that well dressed chap, but who's the awkward guy in the blue suit?'.
     
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    I usually love paisley ties, even against SF better judgement. May I say that I think this shirt might not be the better match for the jacket/tie combo? I'd also like to see a FIH, but you know what it is! The rest, I like!
     
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  5. Murlsquirl

    Murlsquirl The Moral Squirrel Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    That's a nice tie, RTC. Mine is not a grenadine, though. Herringbone with plain weave stripes. @nabilmust I like those suede shoes. Deets please? @Cleav I didn't realise you were doing that kind of interpreting services, extra thumbs up! And yes, you're dressing a lot sharper than that party leader. :)
     


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    Thanks @Murlsquirl ! [​IMG]

    @EliodA They're from Carmina (Rain last).
     


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    You should be the host, Cleav, not that dude.
     


  9. ridethecliche

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    Someone brought this to my attention recently.

    This pretty much defines my last year on SF.

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    To this:

    Thanks SF.
     


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    Why?! Is it getting hotter, or is it getting cooler?
     


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    @Cleav - That is so funny. I lived in England from 2004 - 09, well before joining SF, and seeing those pics of you doing sign (right?) on the telly, I now remember you. There was always something familiar about you before, but I couldn't place it. :D
     
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  12. sugarbutch

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    This shirt, the fire yearns for it. (Hyperbole, of course, but I can't really think of any combination where there isn't a better option.)
    Interesting jacket, but you've squandered the opportunity.
     


  13. Cleav

    Cleav Senior member Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    Thanks Doodals. Any stupid jokes you could make will have been heard before, no sensitivities here on that score. Though others often take offence so you do well my friend.



    Ah, but none of the pressure for me!



    Oh dear, my secret out! If you could keep any reference to yourself regarding behaviour unbecoming of a member of these boards I'd much appreciate it! :satisfied:

    Thanks all for the support gents much appreciated :slayer:
     


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    Final crack at this linen DB before I hang it up for the winter...

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    Well, couldn't just stop there and this is what came up after a little search, Leslie. :D and man, that was a LOL moment.
    http://www.thepoke.co.uk/2011/08/17/bbc-sign-language-interpreter-sacked-for-changing-the-news/

    BBC News (Aug-11): A prominent BBC News sign language interpreter has been sacked after complaints from deaf people revealed that she was ‘sometimes embellishing, sometimes just making stuff up.’

    Leslie Grange, 32, has been a sign language interpreter for seven years. In a statement today she cited ‘personal difficulties – particularly a crushing professional boredom’ as to why, over the past six months, she had started deviating from what was actually being reported, giving deaf viewers an often ‘wildly different version of events’.

    “Questions started to be raised around the time of the Japanese earthquake when several viewers emailed us to complain about our reports of radioactive zombies sighted near the nuclear reactor. We dismissed them as some sort of organised hoax.”

    “However, when there were similar numbers getting in touch to ask if Rebekah Brooks was really in trouble for raping a monkey, and why the BBC was claiming that, as a special summer treat, the Prime Minister had told the nation’s teenagers they didn’t have to pay for anything any more, we realised something was wrong.”

    “I would like to apologise to everyone in the deaf community,” Grange told reporters today, “though when I had Cameron tell Obama “your statesmen-like profile leaves my willy plump” – well, frankly I don’t think that is so very far from the truth.”
     
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