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Miniature Necktie Knots by Eric Glennie

eric glennie

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The miniature Necktie Knot is about the size of a dime ( 1/3 the size of Traditional Necktie Knots)and very real for those doubters. Check them out at www.ericglennie.com under Impossible Knot.

For those who were interested in my how my knots are tied, I posted on my website video clips about their theory and how the knots are tied. Have fun and try some new knots out tonite.

Thanks again,


PS. The miniature knot is my gift to Hedi Slimane and the boys at Dior Homme.
 

Thomas

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Eh, I think Pat Riley wore those in the 80's.
 

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When I was at school it was common to pull as hard as possible on the front blade of someones tie to make a peanut knot, this is looks the same as the result.
 

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What did you use to attach the dime to the shirt?
 

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So what's the technique for this knot? Just pulling it very, very tight??
 

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Originally Posted by Chouse
So what's the technique for this knot? Just pulling it very, very tight??


Eric Glennie is not an imitator,

It a revolutionary knot, No pulling or cranking necessary.
 

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This should instantly reverse the trend in consumer confidence.
 

Dakota rube

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Originally Posted by eric glennie
No pulling or cranking necessary.
Whew. That's good.
'Cause I was gonna ask how many cold-cranking amps you have.
 

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Originally Posted by eric glennie
Eric Glennie is not an imitator,

It a revolutionary knot, No pulling or cranking necessary.


So revolutionary, no hands are necessary. further, no animals were harmed in the making of this knot (...or were they?).
 

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Glennie is my favorite. I don't know many people as bull-headed as him. I think it just may pay off one day...
 

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The world would be one boring place without Eric Glennies.
Rock On brother!!!!!!!!
 

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brilliant!!!

Does the dime come with the purchase of the knot?
 

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Originally Posted by eric glennie

Eric Glennie is a knot,
not a revolutionary, It is a imitator, cranking necessary.


Slight liberties taken!
 

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