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Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. DLester

    DLester Senior member

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  2. Benesyed

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    You cant be like oh look at the absurdly expensive SNS herring sweater I bought and then follow that up with be frugal on 2 dollar tips dog, that shit adds up....
     
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    I don't understand the deets here. You're saying the original bill didn't list the items ordered? And what good does splitting a bill for 12 people do? Did you have two six top tables?
     
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    No i mean instead of splitting the bill evenly 1 or 2 people told the waitress to split the bill according to who ordered what (after the bill had already been brought out). The annoying part was that everyone roughly bought the same amount of food/drink. I think the difference between high and low was around 8 bucks.
     
  6. MS007

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    I don't get why you guys didn't just skip the tip and than split the bill?

    Tipping is optional and it would have saved you the same amount of $$ w/o the social awkwardness.
     
  7. LelandJ

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    You mean 12 different checks? [​IMG]

    Did everyone make the poor server run 12 credit cards too?
     
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    I have no problem with a waiter splitting a bill evenly amongst x cards. You win some, you lose some.
     
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  9. Find Finn

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    Made me think of that short dude on youtube with all the expensive sneakers and the dirty room.
     
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  10. Kid Nickels

    Kid Nickels Senior member

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    oh shit here we go again! :lol:
     
  11. Find Finn

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    I think we are due for a credit card chat.
     
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  12. melonadejello

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    Whatever,


    COMMIES
     
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    So after owning my IS jacket for a week and dealing with cold hands when walking around I finally discovered it has pockets :embar: I had looked for pockets too and not found them....
     
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    I made a snap call decision and bought my first pair of sneakers since high school today. I saw them and I liked them so I bought them. I have no real use for sneakers and don't really know how to wear them. But I never wore boots before I bought my C&J Islays either and now I wear them almost once a week. Change is good.

    Really excited. I think they'll go great with ecru or white, linen or corduroy. They might even work with jeans. I definitely need SW&D to teach me how to dougie in these.

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    http://www.cultizm.com/product_info.php?info=p4997_Buttero-B5313-Sneaker-Vanilla.html
     
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    Well-played, sir. :cheers:
     
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    i think MS007 is in germany too
    here tipping is not like in the US, it's kinda optional, but most tip a bit
    for example,if you are at a restaurant and the bill is like 9,20euros, most people would give 80 cents tip
    it's more about rounding up, nobody here does calculation on how much tip you should give in %
     
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  17. Brothersport

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  18. notwithit

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    Ouch, my bad. I was on my way out the door when I typed the post and totally missed that one. :embar:
     
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    that's what you get for being a grammar nazi. every single word scrutinized by anti grammar nazis

    also i can't wait for us to talk about tipping again. please let's
     
  20. LelandJ

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    Whose is correct, the possessive case. Who's is a contraction for who is.
     
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