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  1. Cooper
    Yesterday 07:03 PM
    Cooper
    Hehe
  2. ShadowBurn
    03-27-2015 11:16 PM
    ShadowBurn
    after a little thinking about that post you sent me. It dawned on me that if I'm paying that much money for a shirt, I surely wouldn't buy those garments.

    While the material and stitch might be of a high caliber, what I find offensive is the entire lack of consideration that I'd be so stupid as to purchase an off the rack garment at that price level. Considering that the sizing is a single number, it hardly accounts for the specific differences and asymmetries in the body. Ordering some designer shirt with a perfectly cut to length sleeve is entirely different than ordering a bespoke cut to measure.

    In the cut to measure, you can be guaranteed a perfect fit to the subtle nuances of your body. That arm that might be 1/4" longer than the other for example, or the shoulder that sits slightly different than it's pair. The hand stitching of the button holes is a treasure in men's wear that only a tailor would take the time to provide.

    I believe you're just buying a brand name my dear. I can appreciate your taste in names, but there is a lack in the quality of the garment since I may as well just go to an outlet store and purchase any other brand name shirt (at a reasonable price and not the discount rack). At that point there would be little difference in the shirt beyond stitching and fabrics.

    At the noted price point, purchasing off the rack designer garments are for the poor person's mentality that has a rich person's wallet. Clearly there would be little knowledge of what truly makes a good wardrobe piece. No self respecting rich person would ever wear an off the rack item; they'd always have it custom made -- at least when it comes to men's formal wear.

    Despite coming from nothing, the rest of my family is rich lol. I know a thing or two about nice shit. My mom ran away as a teen and basically disowned her parents. I could placate to my grandparents, but I'm far too proud for anything that pathetic.
  3. eagleseven
    03-27-2015 10:12 PM
    eagleseven
    Yeah, gotta sleep!
  4. eagleseven
    03-27-2015 09:49 PM
    eagleseven
    If I was willing to live with a 20-minute commute, for the same price I could have had a *luxury* 3-bedroom apartment on an artificial lake, near a country club.

    Instead, I'm living in the coolest neighborhood in Columbus surrounded by more tight college ass than I could tap in a lifetime. And can walk/bike to work. There's a sex shop within two blocks of my apartment, no joke (called "The Garden").

    For me, the tradeoff was a no-brainer. I'm much too young for the McMansion with room for a pony.
  5. eagleseven
    03-27-2015 09:12 PM
    eagleseven
    I'm still a basement boy...
  6. ShadowBurn
    03-27-2015 03:58 PM
    ShadowBurn
    lmao that's an interesting ideal you have. Genetically speaking, I will never ever be able to be large enough to fill out one of those shirts without a huuuuuge dose of steroids.

    Field services is a division of engineering.

    Also, nvm ... the level of ... just nvm.
  7. eagleseven
    03-26-2015 11:03 PM
    eagleseven


  8. ManOnTheMoon
    03-26-2015 09:15 PM
    ManOnTheMoon
    Never heard of it. Sounds lovely.
  9. ManOnTheMoon
    03-26-2015 09:10 PM
    ManOnTheMoon
    Twilight what now?
  10. ManOnTheMoon
    03-26-2015 09:04 PM
    ManOnTheMoon
    No. It's made out of vampire glitter.
  11. cumeansibyl
    03-26-2015 02:51 AM
    cumeansibyl commented on ISFJ Attraction to INTJ
    You're a woman who knows what she wants, Minerva. Totes!
  12. ShadowBurn
    03-25-2015 10:20 PM
    ShadowBurn commented on ISFJ Attraction to INTJ
    sounds pretty familiar
  13. ShadowBurn
    03-25-2015 09:11 PM
    ShadowBurn
    no response? That's ok girl. I got time.
  14. TzarAlexander
    No thanks.
  15. TzarAlexander
    03-23-2015 09:34 AM
    TzarAlexander commented on I don't believe women want "complex" men.
    Yes. Age 18 is the age of majority in this country.
  16. ShadowBurn
    03-22-2015 07:31 PM
    ShadowBurn
    Shit, you're making a guy wanna try. Maybe I'll step up my game. Ain't nothing a little trip to the field services group can't fix for me.
  17. Cooper
    03-22-2015 04:46 PM
    Cooper
    LOL

    I really do not think of myself has anything but average.
  18. ShadowBurn
    03-22-2015 10:52 AM
    ShadowBurn commented on What is it like being hot?
    keep talking like that and you might make me curious.
  19. TzarAlexander
    03-22-2015 08:48 AM
    TzarAlexander commented on What is it like being hot?
    How does one look expensive?
  20. eagleseven
    03-22-2015 01:23 AM
    eagleseven
    Mostly electronics and historic firearms.

    Click the image to open in full size.

    This beauty will run you $6000.

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