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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. My Main Man

    My Main Man Senior member

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    With cutting up a grenadine tie, wouldn't it eventually sort of destroy itself?
     


  2. Letric

    Letric Senior member

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    Well... I could either cut a portion off the end, and mount it into a piece of wood or something. Or I could just contribute the entire tie. It's Garza Grossa Silk, supposedly imported from Italy. Very vintage Robert Talbott, and it's super skinny so I don't wear it. Nabbed it for $5 shipped off eBay last year. It's Brown.
     


  3. double00

    double00 Senior member

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    just sew a backstitch or sewing machine around the area before you cut and it should stay stable for awhile. but yeah i was thinking it would probably self-destruct quickly otherwise...
     


  4. Shanejosephxxx

    Shanejosephxxx Senior member

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    50 cents for ties today. Went to a tiny shop a town over from me that I never go to. My first RLPL tie and a cool old Liberty. [​IMG]
     


  5. jdrizzy

    jdrizzy Senior member

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    Hey bros, curious if anyone has a spare galaxy note 4 battery

    Txwoodworker hooked me up with my old s4 one ( thanks again)
     


  6. HansderHund

    HansderHund Senior member

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    Brilliant, thank you! :slayer:
     


  7. DanM

    DanM Senior member

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    Anyone thrift old boardgames? Never seen this one before. 1960s, I believe.

    [​IMG]
     


  8. Fueco

    Fueco Senior member

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    I have a bit of Selvedge denim I can contribute.
     


  9. SpooPoker

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

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    Wow, im glad that you guys are all into the KnowledgeBox [​IMG]

    As Im sure you can imagine, I myself don't have time to coordinate such a thing to start - so Im going to look to the field of you all to collect all the donations from us and assemble the KnowledgeBox[​IMG]. Ill be happy to send off your first pieces of information to start it off into the world.

    By show of hands, who wants to start receiving donations and be in charge to send this off? Once its off for the first time, the hive will relieve you of your responsibilities.

    I should also note that anyone who is sending in samples for the KnowledgeBox[​IMG], to mark or otherwise make them un-resellable, in order to circumvent any possibly unsavory characters out there.
     


  10. Takai

    Takai Senior member

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    I can contribute all manner of domestic leathers. I should have some vegi, and chrome tan cow, deer, elk, kid, maybe some roo, steerhide, corrected grain, might have some buffalo/bison, but not sure
     


  11. double00

    double00 Senior member

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    don't forget the synchilla!
     


  12. richnet12

    richnet12 Senior member

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    Can we put an expensive sports car I cannot spell from Italy in the KnowledgeBox TM? I would like to experience those as well.
    Fixed it!
     
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  13. double00

    double00 Senior member

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    i don't think that's how you spell Maserati, you plebe... NO SOUP FOR YOU!

    but yes, good idea!

    EDIT: I just realized that's also not how you spell Ferrari lol. Jokes on me lol!
     
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  14. double00

    double00 Senior member

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    lessee, i too have some selvedge, some chambray, some wool donegal... happy to throw those in for posterity.
     


  15. SpooPoker

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

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    shell
    selvedge
    alligator
    synchilla
    fake tits
    my cars

    missing anything?

    actually, id like to try some real chicago deep dish pizza, and id appreciate some waffle house, when the box gets to me.

    so on the real, who is going to co-chair this with me?

    NOW HIRING

    COO - KnowledgeBox[​IMG]

    REQUIREMENTS - Must have proven organizational skills, good communication, be based in the USA, and have perfunctory knowledge of menswear minutia. Must be able to tolerate a boldly dressed CEO and know how to use proper gifs and memes

    SALARY - Is there a price on good deeds?
     


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