I donated all my clothes and cufflinks today

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  1. cuffthis

    cuffthis Senior member

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    First come, first served. The short sleeve dress shirts are the hottest item I hear.
     


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    Will you feel bad when lurkers are driving down from Philly? It takes them a few days to process donations, anyway...
     


  3. Carlo

    Carlo Senior member

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    Good for you Cuffthis, I decided to give away all of my ties to the Salvation Army in Dallas today.  Jill and I have decided to give up commercialism, move to the mountains and live a simple life among the trees.

    Anyone see the press release from Neiman Marcus?  They closed all their Dallas stores and donated all of their inventory to Goodwill as well.

    I hear Kabbaz has a special on Zimmerli tee shirts today - $20/dozen.... bespoke shirts 6 for $100 TODAY ONLY.
     


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    WTF?

    Jon.
     


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    Check your calendar. It's a day when, throughout history, gentlemen have renounced the trivialities of clothes in search of something better.
     


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    Once you have completed your "manifesto" regarding the evils of federal income tax and governmental regulations, please post it here. [​IMG] Jeff
     


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    Cuffthis, You should have gone into work today in a short sleeve dress shirt, triple pleat khakis, tie, black sketchers, and a massive Casio G-shock just to see if anyone notices... Jill & Chuck, Good luck wearing fig leaves. Maybe you could legally change your daughters name to Moonbeam Carla Franco?
     


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    RJman Posse Member Dubiously Honored

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    I have decided to abjure all things RJ. I will now only wear blue oxford shirts with khakis and duck-toed plasticky shoes.
     


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    Too late - we sold Moonbeam to gypsies and gave the proceeds to Moveon.org along with Jill's Jaguar. She decided she wanted one of those hybrid Honda things instead.
     


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    Carlo Senior member

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    I would announce a line of printed, polyester, clip-on ties on the website but some things you just don't joke about.
     


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    (imageWIS @ April 01 2005,06:21) WTF? Jon.
    Check your calendar. It's a day when, throughout history, gentlemen have renounced the trivialities of clothes in search of something better.
    There is nothing funny about giving away all those clothes. Jon.
     


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    ...with authentic Hermes and Charvet prints. Proudly made in the PRC, and giving jobs to hundreds of "lazy" children.
     


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    cuffthis Senior member

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    (zjpj83 @ April 01 2005,09:36)
    WTF? Jon.
    Check your calendar. Â It's a day when, throughout history, gentlemen have renounced the trivialities of clothes in search of something better.
    There is nothing funny about giving away all those clothes. Jon.
    You're tellin' me. Giving them ALL away, I had to walk back home with no clothes on, and it was cold, and a long walk.................
     


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    (imageWIS @ April 01 2005,07:18)
    WTF? Jon.
    Check your calendar. It's a day when, throughout history, gentlemen have renounced the trivialities of clothes in search of something better.

    There is nothing funny about giving away all those clothes. Jon.
    You're tellin' me. Giving them ALL away, I had to walk back home with no clothes on, and it was cold, and a long walk.................
    Why? Did you give your car away as well? Jon.
     


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    cuffthis Senior member

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    (cuffthis @ April 01 2005,10:21)
    WTF? Jon.
    Check your calendar. Â It's a day when, throughout history, gentlemen have renounced the trivialities of clothes in search of something better.

    There is nothing funny about giving away all those clothes. Jon.

    You're tellin' me. Giving them ALL away, I had to walk back home with no clothes on, and it was cold, and a long walk.................
    Why? Did you give your car away as well? Jon.
    No, it broke down on the way. The strain on the engine was too much, carrying all that weight.
     


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