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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/07/09(Tue)22:48 No. 2430 [Reply]

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Girls like this either never like me or they're queer or they identify as queer and hookup with some arsehole
What do? How do I class up for them?

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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/07/16(Tue)19:03 No. 2441

She's creepy dude.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/07/21(Sun)18:02 No. 2452

It all depends on what the woman is looking for, how you present yourself, and what her first impression is. If she keeps hooking up with lesser men, then look at them and see what they do that you don't. Try diffrent approaches as well. As Albert Eistien once said, "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting to get diffrent results"

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/07/21(Sun)19:52 No. 2454

I'm confused, sir. You post a picture of a woman without class, and say that women such as this prefer men without class, and then ask how one would "class up" to interest said type of women when the premise dictates that more class would put you farther outside the interests of such a woman.

The answer to your problem, then, is either to "class down" as it were, or to find a classier specimen of woman.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/01(Sat)06:31 No. 2375 [Reply]

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Sup /class/

What pipe tobacco do you like. Recently I've been smoking Original Choice, which is pretty nice.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/01(Sat)18:51 No. 2376

Ah, I seem to have already made a relevant post in another thread.

>[...] the only brand of tobacco I smoke is Captain Black, as it is the only palatable consumer tobacco I can stand to pack. My usual blend of choice is Maple Walnut, which tastes delightfully of pancakes. My second blend of choice would be Cherry Rum. Both go very well with a glass of Habushu or Macallan's 18 Sherry Oak.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/07/21(Sun)17:55 No. 2451

I find both Dunhill Nightcap and MacBarren's Latakia Blend to be good tobaccos. The local tobacconist also carries a navy flake that is fairly decent, but I don't know the specifics such as brand of that specific tobacco.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/07/06(Sat)09:08 No. 2424 [Reply]

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Hello gentlemen of /class/
I cannt believe some ruffians actually drink water out of plastic bottles. Glass bottles are truely superior and worth the extra money.

I prefer San Pellegrino over Perrier, but I have also heard of Gerolsteiner Brunnen from Germany. However, I am having trouble finding it in the U.S. I saw it on Amazon, but I would prefer to buy it in the store.

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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/07/13(Sat)08:23 No. 2436

I strongly disagree. Perrier is the better water. He who cannot handle its strength is not to be called a man.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/07/14(Sun)04:57 No. 2437

With all the radioactive garbage stalin left lying around its little wonder

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/07/17(Wed)17:42 No. 2442


trader joes

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/06(Thu)12:17 No. 2383 [Reply]

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Hello Gentlemen!
I am naturally a Bourbon guy but someone suggested me Glenlivet 12 years old Single-Malt Whiskey. My friends and I are gonna have poker at my house and I was thinking of serving us this Scotch.
So, how is the Glenlivet and what can I expect from a SIngle-Malt?
Feel free to suggest your own brand.

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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/07/06(Sat)06:08 No. 2423

I must say that I am a bit appalled by 'Old No 7' being included in a discussion on this board. JD is bad whiskey.

As a fan of Glenlivet, might I suggest those stones you put in your freezer and then your drink, they don't melt and water down said drink, they just keep it cold. I am a fan of drinking it cold. I'm not in the splash of water camp. To each there own.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/07/06(Sat)10:38 No. 2425

To each his own, not everyone has the same tastes.

I don't like Jack Daniel's but I can't agree that it is bad whiskey, for it's price range, it's a good whiskey. It won't compare to something like Four Roses or Woodford and it shouldn't be expected to, they're priced differently for good reason. Jack Daniel's also produces better stuff, and as one might expect, it is priced higher than No. 7.

A true gentleman can appreciate something for what it is, even if they don't approve of it. It is not gentlemanly to slur the name of something simply because it isn't to your personal taste.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/07/10(Wed)09:28 No. 2432

Glenfiddich is my go-to.
Glenlivet is popular too.
Johnnie Walker Black Label is a good blend (don't get red label unless you're mixing (don't mix)).
Laphroaigh if you want something mad peaty (I love it, not for everyone).

A note on appreciating scotch. It is not for downing. Sip, lightly enough at first that it almost evaporates on your tongue.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/23(Sun)17:52 No. 2412 [Reply]

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Are any of you fine gentlemen familiar with the peculiar music genre "Chap-Hop", Mr. B The Gentleman Rhymer or any associated acts?
And if so, what is your take on this phenomenon?

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/27(Thu)23:44 No. 2419

Whilst I can understand his appeal and intentions I cannot shake the feeling that what he has in charisma and character he lacks in adventure and tea.

Professor Elemental is superior.

Diphenhydramine Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/25(Tue)09:03 No. 2414 [Reply]

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I only take 2 tablets of this stuff(equate walmart night time sleep aid)25mg each pill BUT i never experienced hallucinations or hearing shit. I have felt paranoid,bored and sometimes shitty so i just go to sleep to get rid of this and it wastes my time and sometime's its okay or great.
Well i want more! how much can i take?

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/25(Tue)09:38 No. 2416

I believe you'd find it much more relevant to post this in the /rx/ board.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/25(Tue)10:39 No. 2417

Shit i missed it.thanks bro

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/11(Tue)09:13 No. 2389 [Reply]

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So, gentlemen, is hookah classy?

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/11(Tue)22:12 No. 2392

I believe the hookah can be classy. A lot of thought and work goes into the hookah when being made, to social aspect of the hookah adds to the class as well I think.

I personally don't smoke but I do own a hooker I made myself, and if there's one thing I've found to be true, it's that most people don't know or understand the hookah. Most of my peers first saw it and thought it was a "bong", and even tried to use it as one, quite simply, they lack the class necessary for a hookah.

This is my biggest reasoning for why the hookah is classy. I don't think it offers the same kind of sophistication or atmosphere that pipes and cigars do, but I still think it's classy all the same.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/12(Wed)18:36 No. 2393

I do smoke Hookah on a regular basis, and when teaching newcomers it certainly feels rather classy.
Also, as one progresses within the field, being able to choose the best coal, best tobacco and the best most exquisite Hookahs increase overall experience and therefore, class.
I believe a Hookah can be as classy as any vessel for tobacco, if done right.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/13(Thu)09:00 No. 2395

Went to a hookah bar today, actually. Was my first time.
Now, smoking in the dark with a bunch of teenagers around didn't feel all that classy, but I feel like I'm going to get one for myself.
A bowl of shisha and a hot pot of tea sounds very nice.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/11(Tue)12:31 No. 2390 [Reply]

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I've recently taken up smoking with a pipe rather than cigars. I must say that it is much cheaper, smells better, and overall tastes better. Any other pipe smokers here on /class/?

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/11(Tue)21:08 No. 2391

Yes, I have quite the collection myself. There's also a thread for pipe tobacco on the bottom of this page.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/06/12(Wed)18:38 No. 2394

Ever since I tried it I've been mainly a pipe smoker, although I do enjoy other tobacco products occasionally.

Sophisticated Gentleman 12/12/30(Sun)20:45 No. 1903 [Reply]

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I was wondering what vehicles you gents drive.

I have been working hard and saving my money for the past few years. I was able to purchase a G37 and I am proud.

The picture is not my car but almost exactly the same.

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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/02/14(Thu)13:59 No. 2065

Benz-five, sah. Though I myself preferred to avoid the Daimler-Chrysler era, SLKs are a fine choice.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/05/21(Tue)03:04 No. 2351

Dodge 2011 challenger
dark red

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/05/22(Wed)08:52 No. 2357

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Classy enough for you gentlemen?

The pic isn't of mine but close enough to it.

1984 Dodge Ram 4x4.

No power anything and geared low as can be.

$150 to pick stocks with? Recommendations? Vroom Vroom 13/05/17(Fri)05:13 No. 2342 [Reply]

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Good day fine gents!

I've encountered a stretch of unemployment, but as I was taking a stroll the other day I volunteered to work the local election. between that and some ermegency money, I find myself with $150 to invest.

I have a $5,000 portfolio which is managed for me, but I thought, for a lark, I'd pick one stock to invest in. To speculate, as it were.

I've heard JCPenny is making a comeback, and I've been told I should also look into Facebook, Best Buy and big box retailers. Although I believe Best Buy is a load of poppycock and is heading for bankruptcy.

I'm interested in entertainemnr companies and tech companies. Maybe Wal-Mart, Disney (seems to be riding too high) Target, Sony, Walgreens, Exxon-Mobil, Verizonm, etc?

Praytell, what should I purchase with my hard-earned wages?

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Sophisticated Gentleman 13/05/17(Fri)16:00 No. 2343

What should you purchase with your 150 wages? Not stocks. Buy some books and read. Invest in yourself, not in a company where your investment will likely disappear.

Sir Doc 13/05/18(Sat)07:38 No. 2344

Yes. Either that, or a gym membership. Sound body, sound mind, after all.

Really, $150 to invest in the market is kind of like trying to buy something at Tiffany's for... well, $150. You might be able to buy something small, but in the long run the investment won't be worth it.

Sophisticated Gentleman 13/05/21(Tue)17:09 No. 2354

The gains you would make from a $150 traditional investment would be negligible. I would recommend buying and reselling things with that amount. Perhaps if you have a goodwill outlet near you (sells everything for $0.60 a pound) buy stuff there and resell online.

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