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    I dont think it would suit your face/hair sweetie. Sorry
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    (Original post by sexyguy)
    http://www.jackwills.com/Store/Produ...tion=003108283

    what do you think? x
    not really a fan of checkered shirts personally
    I prefer a nice polo and a cardi or a less 'block/bright coloured' shirt.
    I agree with some people, I dont think it would suit you. Try summit else checkered is well overdone. when you go out to town just looks like loads of people wearing picnic covers.
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    i think that shirt is quite common. but if you really like it them wear it.
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    (Original post by sexyguy)
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...4#post22784364

    OK love...
    If you're going to trawl through a posters history, let us look at yours.

    Crap Driver
    Ugg Boots on guys REALLY?
    Desperate Tw**
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    sexyguy you are a tosser mate.

    /thread
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    My mom has a shirt like that for round the house :giggle:
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    It's Ok, but then again, I hate Jack Wills. Average clothes + Jack Wills logo = ££££££££

    TM Lewin do some excellent shirts, and unbelievable deals (they must be going into administration).

    If you really want to spend loads though, and get an amazing shirt, head over to Paul Smith http://www.paulsmith.co.uk/paul-smit.../category.html their shirts actually fit men with an athletic build (not skinny, just slim) really well, and they look amazing.
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    (Original post by lekky)
    LOL

    it took me a while to see the chocolate hobnob in your mouth in your profile picture

    At first I thought you had a horrible orange and crusty tounge :awesome:
    lol his tongue might not be orange but something else definitely is! haha
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    (Original post by sexyguy)
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...4#post22784364

    OK love...
    Hahahahahahaha
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    (Original post by sexyguy)
    Mate what is your point? 1) You don't have a pic, 2) You keep posting asking about how to lose a stone and about weight loss pills - those things combined means you have no right to try and be clever.

    Finally mate I really don't see why you are trying to be a smart arse. Now stop being a keyboard hero and go and watch some anime.
    And AGAIN! Brilliant!

    Raking up these peoples publicised insecurities and throwing them back in their faces! haha

    Shirt isn't my kind of thing though. lol
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    (Original post by sexyguy)
    http://www.jackwills.com/Store/Produ...tion=003108283

    what do you think? x
    you're a massive bell end who conveniently looks like one to.

    XxX
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    Jack Wills are evil! I kind of live next to the original shop.
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    (Original post by 12ian34)
    It's Ok, but then again, I hate Jack Wills. Average clothes + Jack Wills logo = ££££££££

    TM Lewin do some excellent shirts, and unbelievable deals (they must be going into administration).

    If you really want to spend loads though, and get an amazing shirt, head over to Paul Smith http://www.paulsmith.co.uk/paul-smit.../category.html their shirts actually fit men with an athletic build (not skinny, just slim) really well, and they look amazing.
    Suggesting Paul Smith on TSR's F&B forum is likely to receive a large amount of OW MUCH?!?! posts in reply.
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    Hah, this thread is funny.
    How did you make the tsr hate you OP? lol

    The shirt is nice, I like it, and agree with the quality statements. Go for it! 35pounds is not a lot for a shirt, it's fine. I love guys in shirt, but a lot of people have shirts just like this nowadays, so I would consider going for something different if I were u. Still nice tho!
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    (Original post by Bagration)
    Suggesting Paul Smith on TSR's F&B forum is likely to receive a large amount of OW MUCH?!?! posts in reply.
    Precisely my motivation behind it. :cool:
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    Checked shirts are getting to be old news.
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    Eurgh it's minging, why those colours?! Reminds me of the Hulk.
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    just bought the one on Cream and Purple...pretty nice, but smarter than I thought, ie. proper collar, cuffs.
    I would say try before you buy if you can...
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    I think Jack Wills' stuff looks disgusting and I hate that lumber jack look.
    So no I don't think it does but I'm a guy and unless you're gay my opinion is void.
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    you're very orange and streaky in your profile pic.

    It makes you look a bit of a douche, really.
 
 
 
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