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    ^ No spots on my dick, pal!

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    Yeah, none on mine too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazza View Post
    ^^
    If you've got any Armani suits with an Italian cut, I'll take them.

    Gazza ... what side do you 'dress'? Important to know as the OP may have had his suit cut for the other side then you.

    And no, Mr Lulu ... you don't have to say that you dress to the left and tuck it in your sock ...


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    Leave them next to some homeless people.

    If you donate them to an organization they will be sold to those second hand 100b places in the shopping centers.
    Some do ... sure, but not all. The organisation above in my earlier post is legit.
    They 'value add' sometimes for resale.
    Perspective is everything ... it's the difference between going through an ordeal or going through an adventure..

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    ^
    He specifically requested Armani, this would no doubt be ready made. Therefore it would be standard for a dress to the left cut.

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    ^ Dave48 did mention sitting on a wall, boozing in Pattaya last week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    what size are you Deckwan?

    Your stuff will most likely be too big for Thais
    A bloke knocked on my door one time asking if I had any old clothes I could donate to the starving, Told him to fook off. If my clothes fit the coonts they ain't starving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker
    If my clothes fit the coonts they ain't starving.
    You could cover these for when theyre doing renovation work nearby
















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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD
    Gazza ... what side do you 'dress'? Important to know as the OP may have had his suit cut for the other side then you.
    Who cares, as long as it matches my best pair of flip-flops.


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    He specifically requested Armani, this would no doubt be ready made. Therefore it would be standard for a dress to the left cut.
    Correct. To the left so as to complement my British-striped ties.


    Quote from some geezer on the internet.

    “Since men began wearing neckties, the direction of the stripes on striped versions have traditionally gone from higher on the left to lower on the right, just as a man's coat buttons left over right. The direction is aesthetically pleasing, and complements a man's pocket square and boutonniere on the left side of the jacket.”

    “Right hand high necktie stripings originated when Brooks Brothers brought the regimental tie to the States during the 1920's. BroBroClo deliberately reversed the direction of its stripes as a way of placating the English, some of whom might have been tiffed to find an American businessman wearing an old Eton necktie or suchlike without actually attending the school. Other American tie makers like the Robert Talbott Company did the same ... and the practice has continued in that country, whether the ties are regimental or not.”

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    SECOND CHANCE BANGKOK

    theres this place in Khlong Toey

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