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Suit Collar creased, wrinkled... any solution?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by sherlocksmycrof, Apr 20, 2013.

  1. Caustic Man

    Caustic Man Distinguished Member

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    Because he wants to. Dunno what else to tell you.
     


  2. sherlocksmycrof

    sherlocksmycrof Well-Known Member

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    Cool enough. In my understanding, it is called trolling. Maybe I should go to every other fit threads and tell them to burn their clothes due to poor fitting...

    Like your suit jacket's sleeves are a little too short, you should burn it and buy a new one that fit better.

    Anyway, I am not going to be a screaming bitch anymore. You have your first amendment, and you may practice it whenever you want.

    I don't want to open a new thread, so what do you think about this tux shirt? Do I need to burn it, donate it, or do anything to it? [​IMG]


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  3. Caustic Man

    Caustic Man Distinguished Member

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    If that's what you really think then it's not trolling. And I for one would welcome your opinion. Maybe you'd like to critique some of my stuff? Have at it.
     


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