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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by j, Mar 2, 2005.
I really wish my feet were a size 8 now
Pre 1982-83 IIRC I think that is when they phased out that logo.
First decent finds in a while
Fray for Trillion Button-Down (Size II?)
Charvet flannel button-down M
APC Dress Shirt L (Fits smaller)
Kiton Cotton/Cashmere Button-Down 15 1/2
Loro Piana Long Sleeve Polo Size 50
It's all around my size, but I haven't decided what I'm keeping yet. Let me know if you're interested in anything
both of them could fit me....eagerly waiting for pictures
I don't want to derail this too much but I'd appreciate your feedback since many of you are ebay pros. Any way, I recently sold a pair of Kirkland dress pants lol and today I got this message:
Regarding item 330732739368, the description states "You are bidding on a "pair" of Kirkland NWT Signature navy blue dress pants..." which is the reason I bid on the item, however, only one pair of pants, which are very nice by the way, arived today. Please advise.
So the dude is literally wanting two pairs of pants for a pair of pants. He even refers to pants as "pair" of pants in his response! Am I grossly underestimating ebays semantics and am I therefore in the wrong for listing a pair of pants and then shipping (1) pair of pants, or can I tell this guy to go fuck himself? How would I list a pair of pants? A pant? WTF.
The kicker, this winning bid was $9.95 with free shipping so after shipping and fees, it's a worthless sale. Should I just say I will refund upon the return of the pants? I'd probably be better off donating them and taking NWT retail deduction.
Wow, very nice. That's a who's who list of hot shit right there.
Must be a scam. Surely no one can be that stupid. Did you have more than one "pair" of pants pictured? If not, I'd tell him to take a hike personally.
I'm not even sure what to say to that. Something like "I don't understand, you just said you got a pair of pants, which is what it was listed as"
Maybe he's just messing with you?
I hear ya, but his feedback looked fine.
INORITE? At first when I read this I thought he was being a nice guy alerting me that I might have screwed up and sent two pairs of pants rather than just one pair. It's so stupid it's maddening.
I think I will just politely message him back but in a "Are you kidding me" sort of way.
WTF!! I would ask him to return it and then charge him a 50% moron fee. Maybe I should rethink how I have been listing all these pairs of shoes too.
Again, interesting....all round my size as well. I have been making too many purchases the last few months.
haha hilarious. Just kill him with kindness and offer to refund him if he wants to return them
I went this route. I really don't think I am being off-base. However I would hate to get negged over something this frivolous.
When I read this message I can't help but think that you are kidding, dense or a straight up scam artist. The auction was for a (singular) pair of pants, not multiple pairs of pants. With certain articles and garment, a singular item is referred to as a pair - i.e. pants, trousers, eyeglasses, scissors, etc. If I were selling multiple items, I would have referred to them as "two pairs" or "fifteen pairs" or "nine hundred pairs" - note the pluralization and quantity.
Even in your message to me, you refer to as receiving "one pair of pants" so I am not sure as to the confusion.
With this, I feel that I did describe the auction item correctly and accurately. I am sorry that you misinterpreted the item description. Enjoy the pair of pants. BTW, the Kirkland Made in Italy pants are very nice, and quite the deal for less than $10.
Okay, whomever outsniped me on this, send me the Tasca as a consolation prize
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