Random fashion thoughts

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  1. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    High 60s/low 70s in socal.
     


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    So I wore my new Parke & Ronen 4 inch inseam trunks to the community pool yesterday. I should mention I live in Roanoke, Virginia. I was trying really, really hard not to laugh at how obviously uncomfortable a lot of the folks there were. [​IMG]
     


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    That's because you're British; every year Heathrow is a big fuckup and the admins are all like "we didn't expect winter to happen" O'RLY!!!
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    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    it's 8:17 in london and my express package hasn't been delivered according to the tracking info. I called to make sure no "acts of God" have occurred in Great Britain and the agent informed me that as of yet none have been reported in their system. A few more hours to go and then I get my first victory over USPS!
     


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    DHL shipping drives me crazy. There is no anticipated delivery time, but you have to sign for packages. WTF? Some of us don't have the time nor inclination to sit around all day, even if we are waiting for a a sweet Number (N)ine belt.
     


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    +1 now i always get oki-ni orders delivered to my workplace after missing them twice at home
    ups guy alwasy comes at 3:30 [​IMG]
     


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    DHL shipping drives me crazy. There is no anticipated delivery time, but you have to sign for packages. WTF? Some of us don't have the time nor inclination to sit around all day, even if we are waiting for a a sweet Number (N)ine belt.

    +1 now i always get oki-ni orders delivered to my workplace after missing them twice at home
    ups guy alwasy comes at 3:30 [​IMG]


    dont you both live in usa? i thought dhl doesnt have a presence there? oki ni uses dhl to ship to canada, and ups(i think) to the states. anyone confirm? i might have to proxy shit from them too now[​IMG]
     


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    dont you both live in usa? i thought dhl doesnt have a presence there? oki ni uses dhl to ship to canada, and ups(i think) to the states. anyone confirm? i might have to proxy shit from them too now[​IMG]

    I had a package delivered by DHL a couple months ago. It was a horrible ordeal.
     


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    exactly, same here ( [​IMG] ..i know lol)

    thats why im thinking its prob cheaper/easier to use a proxy
     


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    kwoyeu Senior member

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    snowman: i think dhl ceased domestic operation a while ago (two years ago tbe) but they still deliver international packages
     


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    but not to usa, right?
     


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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    why do so many companies use DHL? i've never talked to a single person who likes DHL
     


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    i think its because they have a strong presence with big cargo shipments like boat and air, people must be confident that they can deliver small parcels as well. dhl bought little couriers in the usa and canada and their operation in the states went bankrupt. somehow the canadian operation is still alive[​IMG] we must boycott it. STYLEFORUM UNITE[​IMG]
     


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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    but not to usa, right?

    i believe they indeed deliver to usa .. i think the delivery guy who came this afternoon works for dhl, i also tracked my oki-ni package via dhl's tracking page, so...
    maybe he works for some other company i dunno
     


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