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Sophisticated Gentleman ## Admin ## 12/02/14(Tue)02:01 No. 1 [Reply] Stickied
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Hello gentlemen!
You have been awarded your own private club from which you may scorn the local riffraff. If you continue posting at least 25 posts per day for the next two weeks, this will be a permanent board.
If you notice any problems (file sizes, file types) post in this thread. I'm not sure if we want to make this General or SFW, so you can discuss that, too.
Keep it work safe and stay classy.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 15/01/22(Thu)23:59 No. 2997

dafuqq




Sophisticated Gentleman 14/06/14(Sat)17:03 No. 2809 [Reply]
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Favorite paintings by any artist?
If someone posts "The Starry Night" I will shoot them in the neck with a luger
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"At Eternety's Gate"
Vincent Van Gogh


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/06/17(Fri)15:54 No. 3173
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"Winters Night in the Mountains" by Harald Sohlberg.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/06/25(Sat)18:58 No. 3180

can you help me identify a painting from van gogh
I saw it in the Rijksmuseum but can't recall the name.
It showed a foredt from a somewhat high angle and had a lot of undergrowth. red and orange were really present for a forest picture. and it was one of his less realistic paintings


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/06/28(Tue)21:29 No. 3181

Van Gogh did several paintings that match your description.

This page includes images of a few of them:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trees_and_Undergrowth_(Van_Gogh_series)

The rijksmuseum lists one in its collection here, but no picture:
https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/collection/SK-C-1756

The webMuseum has some other images, less realistic but with plenty of orange.
http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/gogh/

Hope this helps




traditional irish music and costume gothardsistersfan 16/06/24(Fri)05:17 No. 3179 [Reply]
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how about some traditional irish folk music and costume??

The Gothard Sisters - The Queen of All Argyle

https://youtu.be/LheG7QuPRNs




Sophisticated Gentleman 13/03/13(Wed)04:56 No. 2118 [Reply]
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So do any of you other /class/y gents dip snuff? if so, what kinds? pic related. my favorite.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/04/23(Tue)01:21 No. 2293

>>2145
Eh?
Started dipping because you can't dip near jets and fuel?
You must be the person who was trying to acquire 2 gallons of prop wash.

Anyhow, snuff would be un/class/y. Extracting the juice from finely shredded tobacco creates an unseemly byproduct, especially if one was to release it upon the floor, deck or flight line.


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noko 16/03/11(Fri)11:17 No. 3141

snus for the proper gent interested in oral uptake of nicotine.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/06/22(Wed)07:44 No. 3178

>>2293

A classy establishment has a fucking spittoon, you fucking barbarian. You don't spit on the fuckin deck dude. You spit in spittoon!




Low-Yield Cigarettes? SmokerNoober 14/08/17(Sun)10:17 No. 2842 [Reply]
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Am wondering about Low-end nicotine cigarettes. None of this e-cig bullshit; I like the light and softness of a real cigarette, but I'm looking to cut down on the nicotine and tar content. --- anyone help me out?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 15/04/04(Sat)23:30 No. 3019

>>3011
This shit right here. Cancer is not classy.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/04/01(Fri)08:59 No. 3148

>>2992
I remember when a classmate took back some smokes from trip in China. That was probably the weakest crap ever - felt like I was smoking nothing.
>>3001
Camel Blue is big in terms on nicotine. I think, where they are supposed to white how much there is in a pack - they got to be shitting me. Sometimes a pack would last a little more than a week, where any regular Winston pack make do for just a few days.
Individual taste aside, me and my buddy, way back, started smoking those about the same time, and easily escalated to some high octane crap.

I now smoke rolling tobacco, and I would have to say it's probably the best option next to menthols in terms of taste and next to Chinese in terms of nicotine. Tar bar is all over the place, but you can compare different sticks by just looking at what's left at mouth end of it - the blacker the worse.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/06/22(Wed)07:42 No. 3177

Just roll your own, and use GOOD tobacco. Or switch to a pipe.

Also, you can mix other herbs with your tobacco, and even if you don't cut down, oh well, you cut your stuff, lol. Blue lotus is a nice addition, and so is California poppy




Sophisticated Gentleman 16/04/20(Wed)03:18 No. 3155 [Reply]
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I'm spoiled with good tobacco after I smoked a lot of premium cigars and high quality pipe tobacco. Cigarettes just taste like absolute garbage. Even American Spirit or smokes of that nature taste terrible.

What are some good cigarettes or roll your own tobaccos for the spoiled smoker?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/04/22(Fri)01:30 No. 3156

just roll the cigarettes with pipe tobacco. It works.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/06/22(Wed)07:40 No. 3176

Anything that says "shag" is usually good tobacco. I normally smoke 3sails anymore due to availability.

Also, you can take a pinch of good pipe tobacco, break it up extra fine, and toss it into an ounce of shag, and flavor the whole bag.




Sophisticated Gentleman 15/10/18(Sun)04:41 No. 3098 [Reply]
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Just bought my first pipe from an antique shop. Looks nice, needs some cleaning though. Did I do good?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/05/04(Wed)22:15 No. 3160

My grandfather had the same one, good choice


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/05/31(Tue)05:06 No. 3170
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OP here. well, after 1 year, the pipe unfortunately broke on me. The stem became stuck and when I tried to pull ot off, only the plastic half came off, leaving the metal half stuck in the stem. I attempted to use pliers to take it out but it was stuck beyond measure. I now keep it as a display piece of sorts. I have a new briar pipe on the way, pic related. Also I am now a fan of corn cobs.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/06/22(Wed)07:37 No. 3175

>>3170

Or you could fix the fucking thing. Why the hell would you just leave it broke?




Sky 12/12/17(Mon)16:23 No. 1853 [Reply]
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Every man is what his hat says, what is your hat /class/?

Ivy cap is mine, but mine is grey.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/02/24(Wed)01:49 No. 3135
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It keeps the sun off.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/04/01(Fri)08:50 No. 3147

I stick with a beanie - and here is why:
1)My beanie is tall enough. Enough to put away, let's say, a pack of fine cigarettes, or, maybe a joint.
2)It is made of hood fabric, warms my head and ears during winter, and protects from sun stroke during summer.
3)It was a gift.
4)Beanie never constricts blow flow to the head. Which gives me some time given my bald-after-30 genetic makeup.
5)Generally, it's on point with almost every other outfit, be it jeans and jacket or summer shorts and a tee.

I'd love myself a snow cap with those stringy orb things at the end of each ear flap though, or a neat flannel textured flat cap that meets all the previous statements.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/06/17(Fri)16:01 No. 3174

>>2249
Head wear can also be beneficial for keeping the sun out of your eyes and for keeping warm when it is cold.




Sophisticated Gentleman 13/08/24(Sat)20:54 No. 2509 [Reply]
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Hello Gentlemen, what Is your watch and knife of choice?

I carry a W.R. Case and Sons Sod Buster Jr. to clean my nails and wear a Citizen Eco-drive BM8180 to keep the time.

Ford would ask all his prospective employees the time and ask them for a knife to clean his nails.

A man is nothing without a knife and a watch.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/04/01(Fri)13:41 No. 3149
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The whittler's handmade (spring steel hotfitted raw-dog in mahogany), but the Mora's the go-to for work. The watch is nothing fancy, because of the nature of said work, but I quite like that closing axiom, OP.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/04/23(Sat)19:07 No. 3157

>>3130
Agree.
OP is a ghetto nigger


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/05/21(Sat)13:50 No. 3169
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>>2509
I have not picked a knife yet. My watch is simple, cheap but does the job. Cost me something like 700 SEK.

True, there are far classier watches out there. But I prefer to not wear something that looks like a radar station from the 60s. Better to look like a dainty dandy and not dissappoint anyone when you are not up to snuff. Because when you are, it will be for the merriment of everyone.




Sophisticated Gentleman 15/12/04(Fri)03:08 No. 3112 [Reply]
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Have you ever sent a letter to someone who influenced you, by sending naturally, a genuine hand-written discourse speaking of your shared interests? Many a historic relationships between gentlemen began this way. I have not as I have not yet been acquainted with such a persons with whom I feel I could have satisfactory discourse for such a candid thing.


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Aura 16/05/05(Thu)01:28 No. 3161

I've emailed Richard Stallman several times but never took the time to hunt down his address. A man like that would probably take caution to anyone who discovered his address anyways.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/05/13(Fri)07:31 No. 3163

>3116
Did he ever write back?


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lonely flood 16/05/18(Wed)14:43 No. 3168

I recently bought some stationary with the hopes of writing to some friends. But alas I forget I have very few. Even fewer who would be willing to write back and forth with me. I'll write to any of you gentlemen as foolhardy as that sounds.




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