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Thanks Ian, looking forward to part 2.

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Awesome!!!!!

Cheers Ian.

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Dare I ask if they'll be a 2021 list?
Please Ian.
 ;)

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Banter / Re: The forums and the future
« on: December 15, 2021, 11:58:51 AM »
I agree that I think it's time for the forum to go.  I mean one of the most prolific posters doesn't even class him as a mod, pretty much sums up what the forum is like now.

Thanks for running it for so long. 

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Mod fashion and style / Re: I'd Wear That...
« on: December 12, 2021, 09:22:55 PM »


Coincidentally, I have the urge to burn all golf clothing on sight.

 ;D C'mon, Mike, some golf gear, especially from the 50s and 60s, looks fine: what about Penguin polos or golf Harrington-type jackets?

Stopping at the 60's. ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

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Banter / Re: Things that really piss you off
« on: December 11, 2021, 12:55:59 PM »
Not entirely sure why exactly but this does piss me off.
Why does it seem the world and his wife HAVE to dress in baseball caps and hoodies ( almost always grey) even in fine weather?  And pretty much N##e too.

Grey or black.  There's a bloke lives near me that I've never...and I mean never seen him wearing anything else other than a black hoody and black joggers, even in the summer when its red hot....don't get it, but I'm older I don't think we're supposed to 'get it' lol.

The irony of them being called joggers, most of the people I see wearing  them clearly have never jogged in their lives. :D

Ha ha, I completely get what you're saying.  I just don't understand it at all with all this sportswear.  And yeah, how many have actually jogged anywhere?

My guess is, they don't have to bother to think what they're putting on. My gripe is with the tores who stock nothing but trainers and "street wear".
 I used to get annoyed more by the sloppy dress of the masses, now I just think makes us all look that much better ;)

In our eyes anyway ;D, I remember discussing this with someone who stated they preferred the look of the jogger type outfit, it takes all sorts i guess.

I'd like to hear the reasoning behind that, just out of curiosity...When I worked in an office and the dress code was "relaxed' it went to all Khaki chinos and very well worn polos (faded from washings, and even some of the chinos were frayed at the hem) the other odd thing I noticed was guys with a full head of hair "mowing" it off into a buzz cut. When I asked someone why they did that, they replied "I don't have to comb it when I get up" same thing with putting on the chinos. It was "no maintenance" dressing.


I think the 'no maintenance' is definitely something most adhere too, and who can blame them?  They simply don't care about clothes.

Same story on the topic of beards. The relentless refrain from beardies is “I hate shaving” hence the ubiquitous face fungus.
Well I don’t exactly relish having to wipe my bum but given the consequences of not doing that I prefer to put in a bit of effort. Is it so much to expect a similar approach to shaving?

Have to say I hate shaving, not the shave itself but my skin is so sensitive I'm always left with a red face lol. So much so I often shave at night so by morning my redness has gone.  Yet I'm still (relatively) clean shaven, silly really. ;D

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Mod fashion and style / Re: I'd Wear That...
« on: December 07, 2021, 08:10:52 PM »
Michigan Mike's jaiket reminds me more of I am The Walrus and mid-6ts Hippies , certainly not my thing unless l was about 30yrs younger perhaps . .

   

 ;D ;D ;D

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Mod fashion and style / Re: Clothes bargains, pass 'em on...
« on: November 05, 2021, 12:43:28 PM »
Wait what, don't you have to be over 70 to wear beige?   :-X

Judging by the pictures posted on here most of them are.
 :D ;D

 ;)

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Mod fashion and style / Re: Clothes bargains, pass 'em on...
« on: November 01, 2021, 03:26:58 PM »
If your are in the market for a stone coloured Harrington style jacket this may be it , from Next . The cotton is better quality here than Baracuta and Ben Sherman with a slimmer cut too(no baggy sleeves) but the deal breaker may be the lack of plaid linning(it is a floral linning) . The good news is no superfluous logo on the chest this time which they have deployed on their previous Harrington designs. .they are @£55

               

Quite nice especially if you can get a sizable discount from next..... like me. :D

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Banter / Re: Things that really piss you off
« on: October 08, 2021, 02:10:30 PM »
Not entirely sure why exactly but this does piss me off.
Why does it seem the world and his wife HAVE to dress in baseball caps and hoodies ( almost always grey) even in fine weather?  And pretty much N##e too.

Grey or black.  There's a bloke lives near me that I've never...and I mean never seen him wearing anything else other than a black hoody and black joggers, even in the summer when its red hot....don't get it, but I'm older I don't think we're supposed to 'get it' lol.

The irony of them being called joggers, most of the people I see wearing  them clearly have never jogged in their lives. :D

Ha ha, I completely get what you're saying.  I just don't understand it at all with all this sportswear.  And yeah, how many have actually jogged anywhere?

My guess is, they don't have to bother to think what they're putting on. My gripe is with the tores who stock nothing but trainers and "street wear".
 I used to get annoyed more by the sloppy dress of the masses, now I just think makes us all look that much better ;)

In our eyes anyway ;D, I remember discussing this with someone who stated they preferred the look of the jogger type outfit, it takes all sorts i guess.

I'd like to hear the reasoning behind that, just out of curiosity...When I worked in an office and the dress code was "relaxed' it went to all Khaki chinos and very well worn polos (faded from washings, and even some of the chinos were frayed at the hem) the other odd thing I noticed was guys with a full head of hair "mowing" it off into a buzz cut. When I asked someone why they did that, they replied "I don't have to comb it when I get up" same thing with putting on the chinos. It was "no maintenance" dressing.

Yeah I don't really remember the discussion as it was a few years ago now, I do remember them stating that some of the jogger outfits were like pieces of art (and yes they seem to really mean it).

I think the 'no maintenance' is definitely something most adhere too, and who can blame them?  They simply don't care about clothes.

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