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Men’s style: tricks of the tailoring trade – Telegraph

Savile Row tailors use a variety of techniques to ensure their creations provide the most flattering and comfortable fit. But you don’t have to break the bank to employ some of their tricks, says Stephen Doig. Source: Men’s style: tricks of the tailoring trade – Telegraph Click on the Source link above for the rest […]

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Colin Firth Syndrome

  A while back I made 12 months worth of posts about The Top Gear Lads.  James May was my particular favorite to pick on  for inspiration.  A man called “Captain Slow” who breaks the world land speed record in a Veyron?  A man who drives to the North Pole against his free will?   […]

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Poachies on toast Pt1 – YouTube

I can not resist James May.  No matter how hard I try. This is a video from his YouTube Channel,  he’s making poached eggs on toast. Honestly it’s better than an account of my physical therapy session today.

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Have You Seen Me Lately?

  Feeling very much not myself these days. Feeling like it’s time to be somebody else.  I cut my hair, broke out the fountain pens, and started swimming again.  I can feel the ocean calling.  Work seems like a mistake made by someone else, why am I working in an office? I’m being haunted by […]

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LIVE STREAM: An Evening With Top Gear – An exclusive preview of Series 22 – #EveningWithTG – YouTube

  Found this on you tube.  Little did we all know this would be the intro for the last series of “Top Gear”. Although from James’ shirt we should have known something had gone more askew than usual.

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The Language Is Leaving Me In Silence

  After the Eurythmics last night, today was an Annie Lennox playlist day “No More I Love Yous” was released on the Medusa Album.  It struck quite a cord with me then and it still does. It seems so easy to remember the drama and passion of first loves, college loves, and indeed any love […]

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