Dry Cleaner Ruined My Shirts...Where Do I Go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile:
    Buy them from North Point market at HK$25 then you could throw them away after one or two wears and it would still be cheaper than dry cleaning.

    My wife despairs at the little I spend on clothes, probably less than HK$500 per year including shoes. And yes it does show

    I am so far under CCs radar I am almost underground
    Look at it this way, if you spend lotta money on fancy clothes, both CC and Mrs. Hull would be impressed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunsnroses:
    Look at it this way, if you spend lotta money on fancy clothes, both CC and Mrs. Hull would be impressed...
    Why have cotton when he already has silk!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shri:
    >> I can spot a G2000 shirt a mile

    >> I might now be on Curious Cats radar

    Me thinks you're trying to get on his / her radar. Trying way too hard...

    I personally have other things on my mind than trying to figure out what brand shirt you're wearing .. or even giving a rats arse about it.
    good one there...

    jimbo..i still think CC is a dude trolling around on geo....or he could be Alphacat?? haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by backpacker:

    jimbo..i still think CC is a dude trolling around on geo....or he could be Alphacat?? haha
    Possibly yes, Alphacat is missing in action and so is FliedRice come to think that! haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo:
    Why have cotton when he already has silk!
    What say Hull?

    Jimbo, edit cotton and make it something like polyester.....that'd be right comparison...eh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunsnroses:
    What say Hull?

    Jimbo, edit cotton and make it something like polyester.....that'd be right comparison...eh!
    Silk with gold threads, can be a bit irritating at times, but usually feels nice to the skin