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My London's trip = All you need to know

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by manouche, Jan 14, 2009.

  1. HORNS

    HORNS Senior member

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    Manouche, you are a true styleforum treasure.
     
  2. Fuuma

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    This isn't all I need to know, I need more details. What were you wearing? What did you say exactly? Were people wearing brown? Did you meet additional minorities that you properly put back in their place? Boxers or briefs?
     
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    Manouche, c'est quoi que tu avez allez a London pour achete dans la premier place?
    I didn't understand it
    Translation:
    Manouche, que voulais-tu acheter a Londres en premier lieu?
     
  4. Zenny

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    Take a bow, sir, for you are indeed the champion!
     
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    the T&A staff would've laughed their heads off by your suggestion if they didn't notice your rolex. then they realized you are the money.
     
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    I am perplexed as to why so many people you encountered were so unfriendly? Was it the weather? The economy? Full moon? I just don't get it . . .
     
  7. Shikar

    Shikar Senior member

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    I am back

    Shit. I didnt read beyond the first 3 words.....

    Regards.
     
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    These threads are one of the reasons i love mc.
     
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    This could be a script for a pilot for the French version of Mr. Bean
     
  11. eighteennine

    eighteennine Well-Known Member

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    Please post the 2 pictures you took.
     
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    Ernest?

    I haven't followed the adventures of manouche closely, but he sounds like vaclav sockpuppeting as a reborn Ernest...
     
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    I am perplexed as to why so many people you encountered were so unfriendly? Was it the weather? The economy? Full moon? I just don't get it . . .

    You'd be unfriendly too if you had to deal with manouche.
     
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    Spatlese Senior member

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    Folks, you just can't make this shit up.

    +1. Entertaining, disturbing, annoying in equal measures. Well, actually more like 10% / 40% / 50%.
     
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    This could be a script for a pilot for the Kazakh version of Mr. Bean

    Fixed
     
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    I haven't followed the adventures of manouche closely, but he sounds like vaclav sockpuppeting as a reborn Ernest...
    I think he's the real deal. To confirm, we need Jon. to enter the thread and provoke him.
     
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    He does embody the basest desires of styleforum without the conscience to keep it in check. Like someone else said, he is George Castanza. I 50% hope he's real and 50% hope he's fake.
     
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    Haha what is this shirt swapping you speak of? [​IMG]
     
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    You went to the Papworth store to buy an umbrella? I feel so blessed that the Manouche was within 10 miles of me at some time.
     
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    This isn't all I need to know, I need more details. What were you wearing? What did you say exactly? Were people wearing brown? Did you meet additional minorities that you properly put back in their place? Boxers or briefs?

    The salesman at T&A was a mexican I suppose, Edgar Rodriguez.

    The shirt i swaped it great. The collar is not tight like the shirt from ebay.

    I regret that I didn't buy more T&A shirts and pocket squares.

    I was hurry because the dorks from SaB. NEVER go in this shop.
     

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