Operation Paprika

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by TRINI, May 19, 2010.

  1. fritzl

    fritzl Senior member

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    dude not enough, only THAT many porn pictures, sad sad sad[​IMG]

    omg, you're sort of impatient. did i say that was it all? another day, another chance... [​IMG]
     


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    fritzl Senior member

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    kebab looks ok thro haha

    this is kebab [​IMG]

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  3. luk-cha

    luk-cha Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    omg, you're sort of impatient. did i say that was it all? another day, another chance... [​IMG]

    you should know SFer's better than that now ;-)

    this is kebab [​IMG]

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    yea - but more chilli sauce IMO
     


  4. Sterling Gillette

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    Looks like you guys had a great time. I hope I'll be able to join you again next time.
     


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  6. TRINI

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    Bump - what was the final outcome of this exercise?
     


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    Jane and Michael Stern, of "Road Food" fame, have raved and raved about Rotier's here in Nashville, and how amazing the place is, and how you simply MUST stop and get a burger!

    Actually, the place is kind of dumpy (lots of character, sure) and the burger is absolutely mediocre.

    But it's served by a Ancient Grizzled Black Man.

    I call this "Ancient Grizzled Black Man" syndrome. It's especially noticable when Northerners review Southern restaurants. Especially barbecue places and hamburger stands.

    The Palm, for example, serves a burger that's about twenty times better and costs about four dollars more. But The Palm is a huge multinational chain.

    Is that why (in my opinion) clunky, not-that-attractive shoes like these and Vass (gasp!) are so popular around here? Is it "Ancient Grizzled Hungarian Man" syndrome?
     


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    Is that why (in my opinion) clunky, not-that-attractive shoes like these and Vass (gasp!) are so popular around here? Is it "Ancient Grizzled Hungarian Man" syndrome?

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    who's talking?
     


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    Bump - what was the final outcome of this exercise?

    no final outcome...
     


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    who's talking?

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    who's talking?
    Okay, I'm a dork and I can't take a photograph. I concede that point. Regardless, if I posted a picture of these shoes and said I had just got them at the Florsheim outlet, would people be drooling over them and exclaiming, "I would be willing to pay $1000 for these shoes easily!" Or does the fact that they're made by an incredibly obscure Grizzled Hungarian Man make them appealing? I am just wondering.
     


  13. Son Of Saphir

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    Is that why (in my opinion) clunky, not-that-attractive shoes like these and Vass (gasp!) are so popular around here? Is it "Ancient Grizzled Hungarian Man" syndrome?


    [​IMG]

    me like you,
    you funny.
     


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    Okay, I'm a dork and I can't take a photograph. I concede that point.

    Regardless, if I posted a picture of these shoes and said I had just got them at the Florsheim outlet, would people be drooling over them and exclaiming, "I would be willing to pay $1000 for these shoes easily!"

    Or does the fact that they're made by an incredibly obscure Grizzled Hungarian Man make them appealing?

    I am just wondering.


    hmmh, incredibly obscure is rather offensive...

    i'm just wondering, if you receive answers when you put questions this way.
     


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    I just keep coming back to this thread for that picture... [​IMG]
     


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