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

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

  1. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    mostly estate sales and beer today.

    large 2' pewter birds. i put these on top of my crocodile suitcase collection and they look so awesome.
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    books for me
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    cheap but flippable ties, T&A is NWT
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    inco chinolino 40 (available) and RL rugby madras hat
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    1929 athletic commission certificate, this thing is huge, like 3' tall
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    aforementioned commodore 64, two keyboards actually, with one printer and one hard drive, all original manuals and a shit ton of games, most still sealed up. @Thrift Vader is this worth sending to you to move in the land of the rising sun? i don't know if this is garbage or a gem, i paid $50 for the whole kit and caboodle. @PLaydice your vintage peeps play vintage games?
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    giant ass streetsign for me
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  2. Takai

    Takai Senior member

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    Decided to go out and shop, and came home with a couple goodies; also a potential grail off the bay.

    is anyone here chungshi2 on the bay?
     


  3. PLaydice

    PLaydice Senior member

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    hahahaha, we got all that shit already, and whenever anyone sets up anything it gets played for 5 minutes and wasn't worth all the hassle lol. got be 8 bit at least hahaha
     


  4. Shoeluv

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    Not sure what this pattern is called, I am assuming it is wool but no material tag. Any help?

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    Is this Grenadine? (I KID I KID)
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    I would say honeycomb weave, but dont quote me :satisfied:
     


  6. TexJake

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    Is it just a hopsack weave?
     


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    PLaydice Senior member

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    POLO
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    Agassi
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    UCLA reyn spooner
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    This cardigan has a weird anime football patch on it. super hardbody
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    HILFIGER sweater ill move come winter
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    Another banner, this one for a biker's pad obviously.
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    Gijoes, the Astronaut came with the largest plates and if you look him up im sure you will be shocked at how much he goes for loose lol
    Night force Tunnel rat aint a slouch neither.
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    Cant stop the wave, im gonna post up a couple more items.
     


  8. mistermidwester

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    6 pairs of Randolph Engineering and American Optical pilot glasses, some NOS.

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    The Abortion comment is Godfather 2 not 3.

    Rossi! Ha! Goodfellas, my second favorite Mob movie.
     


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    That was my first thought.
     


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    The opening scene in Belly is almost as awesome as the NWT Cucinelli dress shirt I found today for $20. :slayer: Pics later, time for dinner with the wife.
     


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    Last 2 weeks finds, not much but a couple of pops for me and we need some pictures:
    Bally Shoes
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    This is not clothing nor thrifted but was heavily discounted, hopefully in some months I can practice a little bit with @FlorianQC or even @impuntura [​IMG] (BTW florian have fun in europe).
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    Polo x Corneliani, fits me but haven't found the pants jet FML
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    E. Zegna (or dildo or whatever we are calling these nowadays)
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    VV assorted fodder
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    Hacket London
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    Women's silk blouse Louis Feraud, (@SpooPoker what would you called this print? Oriental?
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    Patagonia shorts and BB trunks
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    POP for me, fits but I do have to loose some weight LOL
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    MEGAPOP
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    The ticket pocket was actually used
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    Haven't found the pants, because this is a suit isn't"?
    Canali Proposta Unvented, I bet on this sexy blend to counteract the brand lack of punch and the unvented-ness of the jacket, anyway was like 5$ soo
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    Zegna Jeans
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    That's it.
     


  13. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    We need to talk.
     


  14. noob in 89

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    "At first we thought they were fireworks," Lyndsey Allen, a local Goodwill employee, reports. "Then we heard the sound of footsteps on the tile, the running and the screaming, and we realized this was the sound of more cherries being popped".


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  15. kbadgley84

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    Just hideous enough to make some money
    Hilfiger fleece
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    2x Zegna wool/cashmere
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    Been had
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    Unworn, my size, great camo pattern Levi's
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