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Vote for Foof! Mafoofan enters Esquire's Best Dressed Real Man contest

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by mafoofan, Apr 21, 2009.

  1. antirabbit

    antirabbit Senior member

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    looking at the profiles makes me sad.
    I want to stay here in the SF bubble and assume that we are all just normal and average.
    Foof's profile makes not a lick of sense compared to the rest. There are some real pitiful attempts.
    I didnt know haggar was a store.
     
  2. lasbar

    lasbar Senior member

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    I prefer to stick needles in my private parts than to vote for Mafoo...
    I'm too jealous of his great looks and brilliant personality.
     
  3. voxsartoria

    voxsartoria Senior member

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    I prefer to stick needles in my private parts than to vote for Mafoo...
    I'm too jealous of his great looks and brilliant personality.


    Then vote for me. If you can.

    http://www.esquirebdrm.com/profiles/3330


    - B
     
  4. Albern

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    looking at the profiles makes me sad. I want to stay here in the SF bubble and assume that we are all just normal and average. Foof's profile makes not a lick of sense compared to the rest. There are some real pitiful attempts. I didnt know haggar was a store.
    Yeah I went through 7 pages of that before giving up. Foof is lightyears ahead of the game (in a good way of course) and it's unfortunate that most readers will likely not even know it. I wonder if SF and the power of the internet can help him to win. It would be a landslide victory and a complete upset surprise for their reader base (I think).
     
  5. RJman

    RJman Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Do the results come out in Mid May 2009?
     
  6. Mr. Moo

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    Yeah I went through 7 pages of that before giving up. Foof is lighyears a head of the game (in a good way of course) and it's unfortunate that most readers will likely not even know it.

    I wonder if SF and the power of the internet can help him to win. It would be a landslide victory and a complete upset surprise for their reader base (I think).


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  7. antirabbit

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    Bill, your link does not work yet.

    I feel physically ill. I want to burn my eyes and destroy my laptop.
    The up side, is there are lots of guys that like how they look.
    The down side is there are lots of guys that like how they look.

    I am apparently very sensitive.
     
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  9. antirabbit

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    http://www.esquirebdrm.com/profiles/2752

    Is this Violet Beauregarde from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?


    I usually shop at the following stores... Express Men. Mens Warehouse. Bachrach
    My favorite brands include... Burberry. Ralph Lauren. Banana Republic

    Thats funny, he doesnt shop where he can get his favorite brands....
     
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    [​IMG] Hey, don't misquote me[​IMG] Thanks I got that fixed.
     
  11. HomerJ

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    First Prize $10,000 Kenneth Cole Second Prize $20,000 Kenneth Cole
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  12. voxsartoria

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    Bill, your link does not work yet.


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  13. haganah

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    Socal2nyc has a facebook group to get votes.

    Why don't you?
     
  14. antirabbit

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    Rad
     
  15. emmanuel

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    "A small wang in my breast pocket. A smile on my face" [​IMG]
     
  16. gdl203

    gdl203 Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    vox - you're certainly raising the bar for mafoo there ! [​IMG]
     
  17. Bounder

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    Foof,

    Good Luck! If the new extension to the space station is going to be named Colbert, I don't know why the power of SF shouldn't clinch it for you . . . or maybe you could try and get on the daily show.

    BTW, I'm not so puzzled about your head. There's little you can do about that. What does puzzle me is your feet. The way your pants are cut, you always look you're wearing brogued diving fins. This is obviously a deliberate choice. What gives?
     
  18. sho'nuff

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    i love this look




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    i have to admit i love this db look. this is a complement, but ive always been drawn to things made to a smaller scale in great detail like the white house model in the Nixon Library, those model airplanes and cars that are made down to scale but with exact specs and running on gasoline, etc.
    i love this photo. what is your suit/jacket size??
     
  19. ohm

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    I'm sorry to see that Vox didn't make it although I'd like to see a serious entry from him.

    Good luck foo.

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  20. gnatty8

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    - B


    lol, you sir, are very, very strange..
     

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