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Shannon Sharpe's Pocket Square ( NFL Today's Show)

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I noticed Shannon Sharpe's pocket Square this afternoon and thought it was interesting. A Pocket Square with a rim of silk that matched the necktie. Have you ever seen a pocket square with a rim that matched the tie such as this pocket triangle I introduced about a year ago.
 

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for those who are not in favor of abortion, I present the final argument.
 

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I thought "If Kent Wang hasnt done it, then it must not be done"

This must be a new style of rimmed pocket square
 

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Eric,

I think I speak for the entire forum. Why don't you go down to skid row and get a rim job?
 

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All of the good cut-out ideas have already been done, and that list includes strapless bras, ass-less chaps/jeans, top-less overalls (jeans) and crotch-less panties.
 

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Dirk! Your responses on other threads seem insightful, cognitive, and very cerebral . However, I seem to find a different Dirk on my threads. Not sure if I am catching you on a bad day or the Lithium isnt kicking in yet.
 

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It appears to be the end of a tie that has been stuffed in his pocket with the back facing out.
 

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Originally Posted by Eccentric
It appears to be the end of a tie that has been stuffed in his pocket with the back facing out.


Its the prototype to the next generation of pocket squares.

I dont have $millions like Kent Wang for research & Development


Many of the greatest inventions in the world happened by accident. Velcro was discovered by a researcher walking through the deserts of Arizona and he asked himself " why does that cactus stick to my shirt like that"

I just saw this by accident when I was working on the cutaway necktie
 

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Originally Posted by eric glennie
Dirk! Your responses on other threads seem insightful, cognitive, and very cerebral . However, I seem to find a different Dirk on my threads. Not sure if I am catching you on a bad day or the Lithium isnt kicking in yet.


 

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why do people have to try to change the things which are happily timeless
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Originally Posted by eric glennie
I noticed Shannon Sharpe's pocket Square this afternoon and thought it was interesting. A Pocket Square with a rim of silk that matched the necktie. Have you ever seen a pocket square with a rim that matched the tie such as this pocket triangle I introduced about a year ago.

What are you freaking talking about? You can buy pocket squares with contrast-edge stitching. If that stitching happens to be navy, and you wear a navy tie, then they freakin' match! You're an idiot.
 

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Originally Posted by eric glennie
Dirk! Your responses on other threads seem insightful, cognitive, and very cerebral . However, I seem to find a different Dirk on my threads. Not sure if I am catching you on a bad day or the Lithium isnt kicking in yet.

Eric, may I call you Eric? Eric, let's establish something. I am not having a bad day nor am I on lithium (unless there is a massive conspiracy to put sufficient doses into my cigars). I want to be extra clear so there is no confusion, misunderstanding, or concern that I didn't articulate my view: I DON"T LIKE YOU.

If I saw you at an SF meetup somewhere, rest assured I would not leave until I had thrown at least one punch in your direction. If I could witness you being waterboarded at Guantanamo, I would purchase a waterlogged raft from a Cuban refugee and sail back to Cuba on the open shark-infested seas in a hurricane. If it was possible to withhold medical treatment and watch someone die in the most inhumane way, I pray I could be the doctor on duty the night you rolled in to my ER. If it were possible to put a curse on someone and their ancestors for a thousand years, I hope your heirs know they are just gonna be shit outta luck. Is that clear enough for you ?
 

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Originally Posted by dirk diggler
Eric, may I call you Eric? Eric, let's establish something. I am not having a bad day nor am I on lithium (unless there is a massive conspiracy to put sufficient doses into my cigars). I want to be extra clear so there is no confusion, misunderstanding, or concern that I didn't articulate my view: I DON"T LIKE YOU.

If I saw you at an SF meetup somewhere, rest assured I would not leave until I had thrown at least one punch in your direction. If I could witness you being waterboarded at Guantanamo, I would purchase a waterlogged raft from a Cuban refugee and sail back to Cuba on the open shark-infested seas in a hurricane. If it was possible to withhold medical treatment and watch someone die in the most inhumane way, I pray I could be the doctor on duty the night you rolled in to my ER. If it were possible to put a curse on someone and their ancestors for a thousand years, I hope your heirs know they are just gonna be shit outta luck. Is that clear enough for you ?



 

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