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

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

  1. Letric

    Letric Senior member

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    Oh man... please say those Malverns are available...
     
  2. SpooPoker

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

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    of course!
     
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    I think I just McNutted myself.
     
  4. vexco

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    What's the best way to remove monograms? I have 8 white bespoke Turnbull & Asser french cuff shirts with little ass monograms on the pockets.
     
  5. Koala-T

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    Kill yourself.


    No, but seriously, I haven't figured out how to do it without fucking up the shirt a bit. Basically it will leave a rough patch on the shirt.
     
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  6. noob15

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    @Spoo, what's the chance those Olathe boots might be a Women's size?
     
  7. TheNeedMachine

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    Tried it once with a seam ripper and it left a shadow of the old monogram. If you really like the shirts, change your name to match the initials.
     
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  9. vexco

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    Makes sense. Didn't know if seam ripping + pressing would help close the holes or anything.
    You had me all confused before you edited.

    That's what I figured. Oh well.
     
  10. MJMcRibb

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    That'd be me!
     
  11. barrelntrigger

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    I'm not big on fashion jeans especially with those back pockets. I hope yours don't look like this. Got deetz?


    Lol hate posting on my phone.
     
  12. noob15

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    Awesome and hilarious.
     
  13. GMMcL

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    Why not remove the pocket?
     
  14. Snoogz

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    Is this the TH I'm looking for?
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    Catch & release
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    Spotted something familiar...
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    A few basic finds on a quick run

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    Some random fodder

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    Harvest purposes
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    What are the initials? Maybe the off chance that someone here has the same initials?
     

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