The official thrift/discount store bragging thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by j, Mar 2, 2005.

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  1. Typhoid Jones

    Typhoid Jones Senior member

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    ^^^ More like living in Hong Kong during the middle of a 48 hour shift (with no breaks). It's impossible to tell if he is typing in broken Italian-English or broken Chinese-English.
     


  2. mexicutioner

    mexicutioner Senior member

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    guys, just do the following:

    1. stop replying to this guy
    2. use the red flag to report him to the moderators for spamming
    3. use the "Block Member" thingy so you don't have to read his spammy spam

    responding to the guy will only add to the clutter.
     


  3. MattR

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    Wait...is this another troll or what? We seem to be attracting them like thrifters to a half-off day (I didn't have a better analogy after a long day and 3 fingers of Bushmills. Forgive me.)
     


  4. Nataku

    Nataku Senior member

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    Whoa! Leica in a thrift store!? Awesome!
    :slayer: :slayer:
    Not to mention it's in the vicinity of some awesome thrift shopping! If I were single and was able to up and move on a dime I'd seriously consider it. Even though this past winter wasn't awful, I don't know how much more -20 temps I can handle. The price is super cheap, too! Wow....
    Love the closet but..... Too many crazy hauls lately to comment on. As for me, no notable clothing finds, but I did find these super cool "balance" drinking bowls. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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  5. AndroFan

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    nvmind. Regardless, anyone who wants authentic $100 Kitons by the truckload, I have a bridge to sell you.
     
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  6. pnutpug

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    Suspension or floating? Either way, PM me, I'm interested.
     
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  7. AndroFan

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    GREAT PRISE IN HART OF BROOKLYN NEW YOORK USA.

    YOU DO ALSO SELL LUXURY BRIDGE? I PAY GRATE PRISE.

     
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  8. Klobber

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    :nodding:



    Perhaps it is one of those uber expensive Kitons - Kiton and sub $5K cheap bespoke are mutually exclusive. Kiton bespoke goes up to $50K, although I have heard of a $150K Kiton suit as well somewhere - cant remember where I read it. Not sure any suit can have $150K of material, unless it is made from the mummified pubes of Cleopatra mixed in with gold and vicuna threads (i.e. material tag saying 20% gold, 75% vicuna, 5% Cleopatra pubes).

    Only bespoke Kiton piece I found I assumed it was one of those Kiton K suits we kept hearing about - it came with a gold plated metal label that was engraved and read Kiton with the dot in the "i" a mounted red stone/glass/crystal. That thing was nuts.
     
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    I is a stoopid guy. I forgot in my pants a dick. I know dick does a pee, but did not know dick also go hard and do a cum. I am so confused about it, I tell my boss but sacked me when I show him my penis. Now no money for me to buy your clothes, that is why I jellis.

    Sorry Mexicutioner - last time I promise ;)
     


  10. mainy

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    I thrifted another pair of brand new aldens today for $4.99
     


  11. benjclark

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    Actually, the ebay link didn't work. You'd have to post an active user name. Post your user name without a link and that may prove helpful.
     


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    pics?
     


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    He did message me from ebay: ilsmal - seems to have a bunch of stuff

    Did some thrifting today/yesterday:

    Brooks Bros Makers Brooksease 3/2 Roll(No size info, but fits like a ~40-41, can get measurements if someone wants for short money) madras-y PS
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    Shirts: from bottom 2 Zanellas (Large), Ben Silver Pink 17-34 FCs, Tyrwhitt 16.5-36 FC, Facconable 4/16L FC, Zegna 100% Cotton (Large), Talbott 16-34 Button Cuffs
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    Ties: Canali NWT,BB NWT, BB, BB Makers
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    Shoes: AE Park Aves Black 11.5 B, AE Sanford 10,5 D's (need resole)
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    And this... legit?

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