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    Finally have ID on 4ply aka scaredy cat aka boner boy

    Pay up 4ply. You owe me 37$ for welching on a ski off


    Here is the virgin boy


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    I'm disappointed, I was expecting a thread about 4 ply toilet paper
    Lee Lau - xxx-er is the laziest Asian canuck I know

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    Didn't he post pics of his room in his parents' house one time? Looked like a 12-year-old's room if I recall.

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    vineyard vines virgin vag

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    "the name's chad"

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    black belt, brown shoes, come the fuck on son.

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    you know I had to do it to em

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    I'm disappointed, I was expecting a thread about 4 ply toilet paper
    i’m gonna hold judgement till dd’s mom responds
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    pretty much how I pictured it
    is that a monochromatic pink shirt and shorts? or is it just the lighting?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bromontane View Post
    "the name's chad"
    definitely wearing a mid-town uniform in updated pic
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    That sock tan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdironRider View Post
    That sock tan.
    pink socks prolly in the wash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bromontane View Post
    pink romper prolly in the wash
    fify

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    black belt, brown shoes, come the fuck on son.
    lost my black belt during a stay in hotel for an away game

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    black belt, brown shoes, come the fuck on son.
    I wasn't going to say anything, but since you started in I'll go:

    Come on man, pick a style. Your shorts are too long for a casual "yachtie" like your shoes, your belt is all fucking wrong as Ice points out, and not just because it clashes - its too formal for your targeted look, you don't tuck in all the way around if you're wearing a button down with shorts, just by the buckle, which taking it back a step should be paired with driving mocs or loafers or at the very least, nice, simple, leather flops (not the mandals that some jamokes around here probably sport with white socks), your watch is gauche but it goes with the diamond earring which all comes back to it clashing with the attempted yachtie style.

    Get it the fuck together kid.

    /sartorialistfacepalm
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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    I wasn't going to say anything, but since you started in I'll go:

    Come on man, pick a style. Your shorts are too long for a casual "yachtie" like your shoes, your belt is all fucking wrong as Ice points out, and not just because it clashes - its too formal for your targeted look, you don't tuck in all the way around if you're wearing a button down with shorts, just by the buckle, which taking it back a step should be paired with driving mocs or loafers or at the very least, nice, simple, leather flops (not the mandals that some jamokes around here probably sport with white socks), your watch is gauche but it goes with the diamond earring which all comes back to it clashing with the attempted yachtie style.

    Get it the fuck together kid.

    /sartorialistfacepalm

    dude, too earnest...




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    Yeah I just went for the low-hanging fruit.

    Bmills, I doubt you've ever heard of him but the best columnist, ever, in the history of the Boston Globe, was George Frazier. He also wrote a lot for Esquire. Super interesting cat in many ways including the fact that he wrote like an angel And, he was also way into clothes and style. Not fashion at all. Here is one piece of his, among many, on mens' clothes and the idea of style. It is a classic. I hope you enjoy it. http://www.ivy-style.com/george-fraz...thes-1960.html

    edit: my bad for believing DD, I thought we were friends. My bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    i’m gonna hold judgement till dd’s mom responds
    Charmin eh
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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    Shit. Like I got time to keep up with the memes n shit?

    My post stands.

    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Yeah I just went for the low-hanging fruit.

    Bmills, I doubt you've ever heard of him but the best columnist, ever, in the history of the Boston Globe, was George Frazier. He laso wrote a lot for Esquire. Super interesting cat in many ways including the fact that he wrote like an angel And, he was also way into clothes and style. Not fashion at all. Here is one piece of his, among many, on mens' clothes and the idea of style. It is a classic. I hope you enjoy it. http://www.ivy-style.com/george-fraz...thes-1960.html
    Nice. Thanks, this just made my after-dinner reading list.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    Charmin eh
    depends if she opened the poopenhausen
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    the picture was thus dubbed

    "sartorial rap sheet in faded pink"

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    @BMills: Let me know if you dig it please. I haven't had a chance to turn somebody on to him for many years but I do believe you might be a guy who can get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    @BMills: Let me know if you dig it please. I haven't had a chance to turn somebody on to him for many years but I do believe you might be a guy who can get it.
    Just finished. Completely enjoyable. History, tried and true fashion and all its offshoots tied into one. Thank you for that.

    Bibles of truth in there and among my favorites (although I never knew who to attribute them to before) are:

    "Studied carelessness" The Italians have a word for this and the Journal had a wonderful piece on it in the Weekend Edition a few years ago: Sprezzatura.

    "they turn up at beatified bars like the ones in the St. Regis in New York" - they still do. Elsewhere too.

    “No woman,” says author Finis Farr, “really knows anything about men’s clothes. How could she? After all, she’s conditioned to obsolescence, to the principle that things go out of fashion. Well-dressed men know that nothing worth-while is ever outmoded, that a superb tailor’s work is ageless.”

    "such abominations as large tie knots "

    Good stuff, thanks again. It's true, mens' fashion is timeless for the most part, not that its bad to step out anytime either, just that what works, works.

    For those wondering at home, my current favorite is Sid Mashburn out of Atlanta.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Yeah I just went for the low-hanging fruit.

    Bmills, I doubt you've ever heard of him but the best columnist, ever, in the history of the Boston Globe, was George Frazier. He also wrote a lot for Esquire. Super interesting cat in many ways including the fact that he wrote like an angel And, he was also way into clothes and style. Not fashion at all. Here is one piece of his, among many, on mens' clothes and the idea of style. It is a classic. I hope you enjoy it. http://www.ivy-style.com/george-fraz...thes-1960.html

    edit: my bad for believing DD, I thought we were friends. My bad.
    Same surname.....
    Could be a smarter relative.
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    He wrote about a lot of other stuff, he was probably The Expert on Jazz in the '50's and early 60's, for instance, and for many years he and Billie Holliday were a couple (Billie Holliday, if you know that name you know that's some real shit) as a white Harvard-educated slacker. (He was). He was awesome on politics, entitlement and society in general. Crazy cool guy. Drank too much. Drove everyone crazy. But when he turned in the column they would just fuckin print it.

    Whatever, I'm glad you liked it.

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    I was wondering the jazz connection from reading the piece. Makes sense now.
    I still call it The Jake.

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