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The official thrift/discount store bragging thread - Part II (Return to the Thunderdome)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.

  1. vexco

    vexco Well-Known Member

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    Likely not, but it's a last-ditch nuclear option. Oxyclean got it 90% clean but 90% isn't good enough in this game.

    Silk ties are delicate but not that delicate. Worried more about the dye transferring.

    EDIT: Just took it out of the bath, now hang drying. Looks good so far, hope it dries nicely, doesn't wrinkle, and the silk is still silky.
     
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    Huh. It says Phish began at the University of Vermont in 1983. Would they have had hats then? Who knows, but I suddenly want to find out....
     
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    Listening to Phish is like eating a seven layer dip where all the layers are made out of shit.
     
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    1993

    I guess they had that label longer than I'd thought.
     
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    FTFY
     
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  9. kbadgley84

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    BB camelhair, BB cable knit, PRL Seersucker,
    Eton, Patagonia, mountain Khakis canvas shorts, billy Reid polo (I'm wearing the polo)
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    I found one for $5 before they were available to the public. They were going to good money on the bay, so I quickly sold it. Kinda wish I would have tried it out, but technology and I do not get along.
     
  11. ClosetEvolution

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    Btw Nat, nice haul earlier!!!
     
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  12. Fueco

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    A wee little thrift brag. This is headed for Tasmania!

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  13. ace13x

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    When I was a kid fun was a rock tied to the end of a piece of string.

    At least it was, until I hit myself in the eye.
     
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  14. ClosetEvolution

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    My favorite toys growing up were sticks and dirt clods.
     
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  15. ace13x

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    I was a good kid. Really! The only time I caught a real beating involved dirt clods and a neighbors white Alfa Romeo.
     
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  16. Fueco

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    Same here, but it was Caterpillar tractor...
     
  17. ace13x

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    Somehow, I feel yours is an infinitely more interesting story.
     
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    Why do I feel like this is turning into a Monty Python skit ....

    "You had a tractor? Luxury!"
     
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    I do like the daily extra jeopardy questions you get on it.

    ...but not too comfortable with having a always listening device around. Thats how they get you :tinfoil:
     
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    One of these days I'll reunite a Brioni orphan. Still couldn't leave it though for $6.

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