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Mr. Manton picture and article

skalogre

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Originally Posted by Kabbazson
mr.manton got this suit from an old man he wrote speeches for. he later went to jail for corruption!
Sod off, troll.
 

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Originally Posted by Kabbazson
i am Alexander Kabbaz's son! you HAVE to respect me.

I don't respect him, why you?


Hell I don't respect much of anyone

Except James Bond yeah Bond
 

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Originally Posted by jml90
I don't respect him, why you?


Hell I don't respect much of anyone

Except James Bond yeah Bond

What about Bruce Willis? Respect the Addison.
 

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I'm sort of frightened to say so, but Manton's pocket square is sort of sadly hiding deep in his pocket. I am afraid to point this out, because I don't want Manton to like beat me about the head and neck with the rulebook, which I ignore (more out of budget constraints than ignorance) Other than that, he looks very well put together. He looks nothing like I imagined him to look, however, and I think some plastic surgery to more closely resemble Machiavelli is in order.

Congrats on the article Manton!
 

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Big poofy prominent pocket squares are against the rules. Didn't you know that?

I have practiced for years at imitating Nick's evil smile, but have never been able to get it right.
 

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Originally Posted by Manton
Big poofy prominent pocket squares are against the rules. Didn't you know that? I have practiced for years at imitating Nick's evil smile, but have never been able to get it right.
I agree for the most part, which is why I prefer a square fold. Much less obtrusive. BUT on the occasion that I pimp out with a pointed fold, It just looks weird to have so little of the pocket square showing. If its against the rules, just call me a rebel.
 

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There is also something about where his eyes are pointing that is just as unsettling as his smile.
 

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I wonder if, in 600 years, someone on styleforum will have Manton as their avatar.
 

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No, in 600 years a tribal religion will have sprung up in the nuclear wasteland left over after WW3, a horribly disfigured race of mutants dressed nattily in polyurethane clothing will worship at the alter. They will worship the Man-Ton. They will read from his book of rules without fully understanding it. Charlton Heston will be there.
 

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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Charlton Heston will be there.
You maniacs! You blew it up! Damn you! Damn you all to hell!
 

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Indeed.
 

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