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The official thrift/discount store bragging thread

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

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  1. capnwes

    capnwes Senior member

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    LOL! If I leave a moustache that's a 100% right [​IMG]
     
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    @capnwes , is that a belted rear vent in the officers coat? How common is that? A jacket I found a bit ago had that and it totally surprised me!

    Edit: Meant buttoned rear vent!
     
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    Yes, fairly common....the military is rather large.
     
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    Ugh, sorry. I meant buttoned rear vent.

    Where is my mind.
     
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    A buttoned rear vent is what we said about prudish girls in high school.

    "Oh, Heather? She's got a buttoned rear vent. Don't waste your time."
     
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  7. capnwes

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    It's a very cold weather coat, the buttons add to the protection on the windier days.
     
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    I can't hang with Chicago Pizza & Oven Grinder. It's too much like pizza soup. My votes go to Pequod's for deep dish/pan pizza and Vito & Nick's in Ashburn, Roseangela's in Evergreen Park, and Fox's in Beverly for thin.
     
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  11. timhortons

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    Hello denim people!
    Just starting to look at jeans. Not sure if these are 'things' or not.
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    Any help is appreciated.
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    Not sure how to quote a practical post but what size is the Hudson piece?? L/XL? Let me know ASAP!
     
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    In the field need help.

    Anyone know this company?

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    nice!

    CAN you sell it like that guy on Etsy, that is the question.
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    Exactly. Old habits die hard -- I grew up skiing without one. Same thing with riding a bike. I know it's wrong, but inertia is a powerful thing. (Yes, I see it)

    Didn't even need to look that up. Not sure whether I'm happy or sad about that.
     
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    You could just delete the other pictures in the post when you quote it, or send a PM. I am not trying to be rude, just trying to help cut down on clutter but I suppose me posting this is doing the complete opposite of cutting down on clutter....
     
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    That feel when an ethrift comes in and it fits like a glove... Here's looking at you Brown label TNF Puffer vest. Didnt even bother opening the NWOT Canterelli pants, or the LP Trou that also came in.
     
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    You could just delete the other pictures in the post when you quote it, or send a PM. I am not trying to be rude, just trying to help cut down on clutter but I suppose me posting this is doing the complete opposite of cutting down on clutter....
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    Noted, not rude at all. I'll use the Mac at home next time instead of the phone should be much easier to edit and not spam the tread and... stopping autocorrect from making me appear a putz.

    Won't happen again folks.
     
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  20. MJMcRibb

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    A couple of lunch stops turned out pretty decent.

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    I have no idea about these ladies, but they were cheap (like I like 'em). Still researching, but if you have any info, I'll take it.
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