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What's the name of Kim Jong-un's clothes by Shit Hillyford - Sun, 22 Dec 2013 07:19:29 EST ID:VmEQoL90 No.57786 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's the name of Kim Jong-un's and Kim Jong-il's clothes and style?
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Lillian Mablingshit - Tue, 06 Jan 2015 00:19:48 EST ID:3YlJ+IFi No.59706 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57816

the Maoist ones have the pockets and have a collar, mandarin collared jackets are called Zongshan zhuang (after their first president). He nicked the style for the Japs who in turn stole them from the Royal Navy. There, moe than anyone needs to know about these things.

PS: if you're white and not in China you'll look ridiculous in these. If you happen to be in China and are rocking one you'll look absurd. No one but villagers wear them. Oh and Japanese schoolchildren (standard uniform there). Either way, not fashion forward.
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Jack Nabbleforth - Tue, 06 Jan 2015 14:11:04 EST ID:aUKxIaGi No.59716 Ignore Report Quick Reply
shouldnt they wear supreme?
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Fuck Dopperlene - Wed, 14 Jan 2015 04:56:31 EST ID:RjT8oF6t No.59736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59705
So that's where my love for chef's jackets came from.
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Phineas Middleworth - Mon, 26 Jan 2015 06:33:41 EST ID:d+fuayKi No.59782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>57801
don't ever buy these dude. they are always fitted to the mannequin/model and look ridiculous on real people
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John Turveyford - Fri, 06 Feb 2015 11:19:50 EST ID:H3TLlVGy No.59803 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandarin_collar


Hair thread by Albert Sacklechone - Mon, 02 Feb 2015 14:25:54 EST ID:yKS9ljLx No.59790 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does this hairstyle look any good?
I just blowed my hair and it always setles like this.
GO:
>post your own
>laugh at others
>give tips
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Albert Sacklechone - Mon, 02 Feb 2015 15:51:25 EST ID:yKS9ljLx No.59794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59793
Any ideas what to do with it? I have always been too lazy to actually focus on my hair ;_;
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Fanny Mickledale - Mon, 02 Feb 2015 15:52:38 EST ID:Gf1RfyrU No.59795 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lightly wet it and comb (with yo hands) it forward.


hair product by Ernest Blathershit - Wed, 31 Dec 2014 15:12:09 EST ID:aJrCfXOo No.59694 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys what hair product do you use? I'm a clayguy myself (medium lengh brown hair, somewhat thick but needs texture added or it looks flat) and have been digging on Indie's #wreckit putty/clay with good results (decent hold, long lasting pliability and smells nice) but I'm not married to it. What brands do you guys use? Any opinions on Hans de Fuko stuff? I've been considering trying that next go around.
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Walter Bebbertad - Mon, 19 Jan 2015 07:57:15 EST ID:DUju2wLy No.59753 Ignore Report Quick Reply
coconut oil
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Angus Honkinlock - Mon, 19 Jan 2015 16:44:45 EST ID:EGXqehUl No.59754 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59753
Fucking this.

Also doubles as a great lube
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Graham Lightwater - Thu, 22 Jan 2015 21:03:34 EST ID:aJrCfXOo No.59772 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59753
I meant more for what you use for styling than hair maintenance, although I've heard good things about coconut oil, care to elaborate?
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Basil Dunkinforth - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 05:47:55 EST ID:e+kToCoq No.59786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59772
I think it depends on your hair type. I've used it for maintenance for awhile (over night and wash it out in the morning, your hair will feel godly), but I also haven't cut my hair in like 7 months. My hair's ridiculously thick and currently chin length and most styling products make it feel even thicker (not ideal for me, I can barely get a comb through it after a shower), but a bit of coconut oil allows me to run my hands through it effortlessly, doesn't weigh it down and gives it a subtle/natural shine.
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Basil Dunkinforth - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 05:52:21 EST ID:e+kToCoq No.59787 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59786
Also to elaborate a bit more, I work in a kitchen so I'm always wearing a bandana or hat so I don't really give a shit how my hair looks most days. I'll usually put a hat on when my hair's still wet (but has some coconut oil in it) and go to work, but when I take that shit off after my shift, my hair looks fantastic. Using it as your styling product though, I really think it depends on your hair type. It works great for my lifestyle and hair.

NB


Little advice would be nice /st/ by Hugh Bunspear - Fri, 16 Jan 2015 18:01:46 EST ID:8i3U4Xlc No.59749 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Right im pretty over weight (though im sorting this out) and most places don't have my sizes im tall also 6'3, very long legs, large waist. Good online UK places for large sizes, i don't fall into a "group" with my style. So post anything for now, im 20. Obviously not female at 6'3.

In dire need for a coat also, none of this hipster shit, maybe a ski jacket.
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Cyril Gillyfet - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 12:10:17 EST ID:okxD5+O8 No.59750 Ignore Report Quick Reply
make sure youre wearing clean undies
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Polly Clayforth - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 13:08:44 EST ID:aJrCfXOo No.59751 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59749
Get things that are A little bit too big and get them tailored/altered. Not sure what to tell you coat wise, sorry


worth it or not? by Charlotte Pillymatch - Thu, 08 Jan 2015 01:21:36 EST ID:sO6G1xwc No.59722 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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picture is of ''ECCO Mens BIOM Terrain Lo GTX'' which i am considering to buy. I don't really care to much that it will look strange but would not want to look completely ridiculous, really want them because apparently its heaven for your feet.

Some man who bought a army back-pack and a fire resistant t shirt highly recommended it on amazon. He also insists that he is a big boy.

http://www.amazon.com/ECCO-Biom-Terrain-Lo-Oxford/dp/B00ISORPDK
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Charlotte Noblingchork - Thu, 08 Jan 2015 04:24:57 EST ID:9IJP4lK/ No.59723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59722
i never knew i would be able to follow peoples reviews on amazon.... fuck i now have a new way to waiste days of time.


honestly, he seems to have a few problems steming for weight.
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Charlotte Pillymatch - Thu, 08 Jan 2015 12:13:51 EST ID:sO6G1xwc No.59724 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59723

I know! Its awesome. But i suspect that the fire retardant man with a army back pack who wears ecco shoes is just a needle in a haystack.
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Nathaniel Brecklenutch - Thu, 08 Jan 2015 22:33:59 EST ID:sO6G1xwc No.59726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59725

God dammit fanny i already ordered some!
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Isabella Bodgehood - Sat, 10 Jan 2015 05:49:14 EST ID:sO6G1xwc No.59729 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>59728

>me
>cool
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Shitting Cribbleham - Sat, 10 Jan 2015 11:42:18 EST ID:aJrCfXOo No.59730 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59725
>comp sci teacher shoes
Walter White wore clarks wallabies I think
...
http://www.vulture.com/2012/08/breaking-bad-costumer-interview.html
found this


Check it by Thomas Fiffingwill - Tue, 06 Jan 2015 13:54:43 EST ID:pla775Va No.59714 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ordered this blazer, whatcha guys think?

Works with most of my shirts which are mostly black or white, has a good casual formal style, good for the casino, the retro nightclub, and the gay bar.
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Martha Bunhood - Wed, 07 Jan 2015 01:14:29 EST ID:pla775Va No.59718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59715
Got that femboy physique and I'm part Arab.
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Reuben Craffingfack - Wed, 07 Jan 2015 11:25:31 EST ID:aJrCfXOo No.59720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59718
...pics please
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Edward Worthingbury - Thu, 08 Jan 2015 00:37:59 EST ID:pzlYO09r No.59721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59714
>Pink
No... just no
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Ian Dozzleridge - Fri, 09 Jan 2015 18:32:49 EST ID:BaQ6Xfpo No.59727 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I actually really like it, would wear if I could. also seconding >>59720
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Lillian Dollerfield - Sun, 11 Jan 2015 03:19:11 EST ID:6+ryMpS+ No.59731 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59714

That thing is going to fit you tiny, even if you are thin. I am a hundred and nothing pounds and would be a medium by NE Asian standards (sz 36). Plus look how long the sleeves are, if they are small on these dudes they will go about as far down as your elbows

nothing wrong with pink, if I had a darker complexion I'd rock it out daily.


It's time for a hair cut gais by Martha Bammerwork - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 00:53:51 EST ID:BOUwsgLK No.59412 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hay, /st/

I never post here, but I'm looking for some help. Long story short, I've had my hair long for the past two years, and I'm looking for a change. But I have no idea what I should get. I want some sort of cut that can work with my facial structure, but still isn't terribly short. Out of the ordinary suggestions are also welcome.

Input is greatly appreciate. Please help hahah I'm so uncertain right now.

>also here's a picture of me so you guys can help me out better.
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Phoebe Drummerford - Mon, 15 Dec 2014 23:57:17 EST ID:37KIFFKk No.59652 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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OP ignore the stupid retarded logic with "facial structure" telling you what you can and can't have on your head.

I'm gonna tell you now that every guy with long hair thinks short hair looks bad on him because he's just not used to it. I recently made the switch from longer hair sort of like yours to something like the andrew garfield-look. 110% of the ladies like it better, the guys look at me with less condescending look, people think I look a little older/more professional/mature etc. It's a win in all these respects, well, at least, in terms of the "what people think of me" field.
I didn't get the change for that reason, I just felt like it was sort of a change personally.
I also wanted something that I could manage more; medium-length hair takes more work than any other type of hair to maintain unless you're a curlybro and have to straighten your hair everyday.
(I was like that when I was younger, I don't miss those days, I started becoming naturally straighter hair-wise one day as I grew up though)
So yeah, of course it does come down to what you want at the end of the day. But from the general population's point of view, the hair that looks "clean" (not hygiene-wise but looking sharp and well groomed and like you really did purposely make it look good) is what people view most positively. And it's definitely the most fun hair to have in terms of being able to fuck around with it.

You don't know how many people talk shit about your hair or make jokes about it until you get it cut and people can admit what they REALLY thought about it, trust me on that one.

The hardest part of transitioning is always getting over the uncomfortable feeling of losing all the hair and feeling like a bit of your identity is gone but yeah like ^ said 99.5% of men look better once their hair goes short/medium. It's just very comfortable keeping that long hair.

TL;DR I recommend all men go out and mess with the capabilities of their short-medium hair because it has infinite potential for looking trill as fuck. I can immediately name a handful of guys off the top of my head who cut their long hair and they all never went back.
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Phoebe Drummerford - Tue, 16 Dec 2014 00:02:56 EST ID:37KIFFKk No.59653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Also, the short-sides long-top has really hit maximum overdrive this year. My previous pic is similar to this but not to this extent.
It's literally the pussy-magnet here and I considered getting it but it's maximum lemming-tier. I'm really just waiting out the storm of people telling me to get it too.

I'd recommend it only for men who want to shamelessly attract as much general pussy as possible and live the life of a true loser fuckboy.
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Wesley Hassleham - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 02:06:16 EST ID:Y2SR3lx9 No.59661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59412
get porter robinson's haircut
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Doris Sammershaw - Sat, 03 Jan 2015 01:37:32 EST ID:0U4xJMYR No.59700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59653
This.

OP, it's a tough decision, but you won't regret it. Long hair will make you look more professional and you can do more with it.

No matter what you do, you have a good jaw line, you shouldn't put your hair in your face. Push it back if you keep it long.
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Augustus Sindleson - Sun, 04 Jan 2015 01:09:41 EST ID:lGwrBXH1 No.59703 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59700

>long hair will make you look more professional

>on a male

No.


sandals by sandals - Thu, 01 Jan 2015 01:16:01 EST ID:6fVkrEEW No.59696 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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really need some help to find the name of these sandals, I've had no luck.
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sandals - Thu, 01 Jan 2015 01:16:49 EST ID:6fVkrEEW No.59697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>59696
different angle
nb
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Basil Hickleway - Sat, 03 Jan 2015 12:45:19 EST ID:3YlJ+IFi No.59701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59696

looks like original Tevas, quite the fashion item in the mid 90s.

http://www.zappos.com/teva-original-sandal


Wierd fit by Polly Gattingson - Sat, 27 Dec 2014 14:18:05 EST ID:JWV2pAlS No.59679 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Really skinny (150 lbs)

Tall asf (6'2")

Wide ass shoulders. Long ass arms.

I have no idea what to buy, or what to do really (other than gain weight), as most clothes either fit my body well and come up too high on my arms, or are long enough for my arms but way too wide for my torso. I'm tired of this fucking shit. What do..
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Molly Siddleshaw - Sat, 27 Dec 2014 15:42:47 EST ID:lGFLJsSk No.59680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
buy your stuff "too big" and have it tailored
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Martin Mankinhall - Sun, 28 Dec 2014 12:42:21 EST ID:d3A7fNNF No.59681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP I have the same problem (140lbs 6') and >>59680 has the right idea.

Feels weird to always have your wrists showing, makes me feel all slutty in a 18th century kinda way
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Polly Drazzlegold - Wed, 31 Dec 2014 08:16:42 EST ID:k5OXW9eZ No.59691 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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176 lbs, 6'4" guy here. The world wasn't made for us, brother
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Sidney Wimmerchudging - Thu, 01 Jan 2015 01:12:42 EST ID:6fVkrEEW No.59695 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59679
go to asos and search their oversized/longline section. 170lbs, 6'3" and I just get a medium size, it's slim enough to suit my frame while also being the perfect length (a couple of inches below my hips).


lower-store levi's shrink-to-fit by Sidney Chimmlechot - Wed, 31 Dec 2014 11:28:11 EST ID:uM7Yq+Hb No.59692 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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meaning jcpenneys, i grabbed a pair there to try them out, i wondered because the tags on it mention nothing of shrink to fit, just the same tag as the regular 501's, they were all on the shrink to fit shelf. I figured I didn't know well enough so asked and was told 'yep, thats the part for them, that must be them'. they have shrunk or anything at all, just loosened up, but maybe they are. do the shrink-to-fits from lower end stores like jcpenneys have it on the tag that they're that? are they made with the same s the regular 501s? i'm wondering if i paid like $15 more for something when the exact same thing is right next to it. i'll return them if so but i'm wondering if im missing something or they don't say shrink to fit at all in the first place or?


Cheap shit that's great. by Shitting Bruddlestone - Sun, 07 Sep 2014 14:46:12 EST ID:4nyNMhgC No.59255 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Preferably on Amazon, I want style on a budget,
anyone got anything? tanks.
For 6 dollars http://www.amazon.com/G-GUESS-Mens-Tito-Tank/dp/B00BNW292G/ref=pd_sim_sbs_a_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=0JHB6NC50W62SXP3MAJ4
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Martin Sunderstodge - Wed, 05 Nov 2014 05:18:40 EST ID:lJPcS/mL No.59487 Ignore Report Quick Reply
requesting stores that sell bang for the buck combat/military jackets and other cheap or modestly priced grungy and punk-esque clothing.
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Cedric Pucklefoot - Wed, 05 Nov 2014 07:51:30 EST ID:y5tKgsYX No.59488 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59487
Surplus and thrift stores.
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James Dommerbury - Fri, 07 Nov 2014 04:58:48 EST ID:tU7e9FAA No.59502 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59487
Buffalo Exchange (kind of like a high-end thrift store)

Chinese clothing websites (keep searching & you'll find some ridiculously cheap sites, though shipping takes forever). example: http://www.lightinthebox.com/c/mens-fashion-clothing_5585

Look at marketplace online shops like on Storenvy, Etsy, Poshmark
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Reuben Shittingstock - Fri, 07 Nov 2014 12:09:30 EST ID:aJrCfXOo No.59503 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59502
I love Buffalo Exchange.
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Jack Brookdale - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 03:44:04 EST ID:0bUYgYpa No.59672 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59362
$15 for a sweater tho


Boot polish flaking off by Priscilla Fuckingstone - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 17:34:47 EST ID:yM8nLaiJ No.59656 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I recently got a pair of Dr Martens and every time I've tried polishing them the polish ends of cracking and flaking off. Never had this problem with other boots Ive had. I've tried both kiwi polish and the Dr Martens brand polish and both seem to flake. Any solutions?
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Ernest Wanderwutch - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 01:20:33 EST ID:yM8nLaiJ No.59660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59659
I do also use a brush to buff. Should I not use that?
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Archie Pittham - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 19:14:53 EST ID:aRwGDO8C No.59664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59662

get fucked faggot, i was in the military where i was forced to shine shoes quite a lot. go flirt with your androgynous little pal in the other thread. if anyone is being annoying it's you, you contributed jack shit to this discussion.


>>59660

you should never use a brush for anything except cleaning dirt out of the threading. for polishing just make small circles with an ever so slightly moist cottonball with some polish on it, do it for 15 minutes or so and it will be like a mirror. also using a brush scrapes off the existing layers (thats why your polish is cacking and flaking off). it has nothing to do witht he brand of the boot. doing it as i explained adds more layers to the polish prolonging the life of the shoe. i still have a pair of Bates dress shoes that i've worn for like 10 years and they still look brand new due to proper polishing. don't even think about "buffing", or doing the old timey thing with the rag lol, just need cottonball, few drops of water, tin of polish, and some patience.
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Doris Drollychadging - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 19:26:49 EST ID:yM8nLaiJ No.59665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59664
Alright, I'll give that a try and see how it goes
nb
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Edwin Gicklegold - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 19:36:15 EST ID:aJrCfXOo No.59666 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59665
I have a pair of chelsa boots I want to clean up but they're a softer leather like a thin coat might have, how should I go about this?
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Henry Crurrywot - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 08:16:17 EST ID:3YlJ+IFi No.59667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59664

this man speaks the truth, though rather harshly :(


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