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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by ernest, Jun 30, 2004.

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    Nifty
     


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    Nice belt, though it's not supposed to be worn over the shirt.
     


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    I'm a original...
     


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    Originally Posted by Mike C.,29 June 2004, 11:01
    Nice belt, though it's not supposed to be worn over the shirt.
    I'm a original...
    I hate to admit it, but Ernest that was a good comeback. BTW: the Japanese tourist comment was hilarious (on Andy's Forum). Jon.
     


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    (ernest @ 30 June 2004, 3:47)
    Nice belt, though it's not supposed to be worn over the shirt.
    I'm a original...
    I hate to admit it, but Ernest that was a good comeback. BTW: the Japanese tourist comment was hilarious (on Andy's Forum). Jon.
    Come back? I had never gone, I make bargain everytime. Do not do what you hate, it can be dangerous for your heart.
     


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    Originally Posted by imageWIS,30 June 2004, 12:59
    Nice belt, though it's not supposed to be worn over the shirt.
    I'm a original...

    I hate to admit it, but Ernest that was a good comeback. BTW: the Japanese tourist comment was hilarious (on Andy's Forum). Jon.

    Come back? I had never gone, I make bargain everytime. Do not do what you hate, it can be dangerous for your heart.
    LOL. No, you misunderstand; a "˜comeback' is another way of saying "˜retort' or "˜reply', a good definition would be: a sharp or witty reply. You posted your pictures on the web, Mike C. made following comment of "Nice belt, though it's not supposed to be worn over the shirt", to which you replied (comeback) with the response of: "I'm a original..." To which I said: "I hate to admit it, but Ernest that was a good comeback." The same applies to: "˜hate to admit', it is another way of saying, "I do not want to admit", but am willing to do so. Jon.
     


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    Don't call it a comeback, ernest's been here for years. Ha. Â A good laugh at the end of the day. Priceless. Also, I always liked the jersey girl spandex pants, long tshirt, huge belt with gold buckle over tshirt look, it's good to see ernest incorporating it into his own personal style. Well, not in earnest. Â [​IMG]
     


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    HAHAHAHAHAHA. [​IMG] Priceless. (Plus I imagine The Pointer Sisters singing, "I'm so excited" while he dons that outfit) Jon.
     


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    LOL. No, you misunderstand; a "˜comeback' is another way of saying "˜retort' or "˜reply', a good definition would be: a sharp or witty reply.

    I know...
     


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    The same applies to: "˜hate to admit', it is another way of saying, "I do not want to admit", but am willing to do so.

    I know...
     


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    Your Internet tonality (if there is such a thing) did not demonstrate that you understood what I had said and that your reply was merely some additional levity to the post. The use of smiley faces (and the like) is especially helpful in making others understand your tonality.

    Jon.
     


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    [​IMG]
     


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    (imageWIS @ 30 June 2004, 2:28) Your Internet tonality (if there is such a thing) did not demonstrate that you understood what I had said and that your reply was merely some additional levity to the post. The use of smiley faces (and the like) is especially helpful in making others understand your tonality. Jon.
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    Quite. Jon.
     


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    (ernest @ 30 June 2004, 7:29)
    Your Internet tonality (if there is such a thing) did not demonstrate that you understood what I had said and that your reply was merely some additional levity to the post. The use of smiley faces (and the like) is especially helpful in making others understand your tonality. Jon.
    [​IMG]
    Quite. Jon.
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