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129 bucks for an all white dinner jacket which is worn at most once before ruined , and you call that a steal.
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129 bucks for an all white dinner jacket which is worn at most once before ruined , and you call that a steal.
What do you do with your clothes to ruin them after one wear?

I have had one for 8 years, which replaced the previous one that I got as the first civie one in 1987.

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129 bucks for an all white dinner jacket which is worn at most once before ruined , and you call that a steal.

It's not a pie eating contest, ml (however much that would appeal to cmitch). There are utensils for each course and they clean your tablecloth with a crumb comb. The napkins are usually linen.

Yes. If you wear one, it's a steal.

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What do you do with your clothes to ruin them after one wear?

I have had one for 8 years, which replaced the previous one that I got as the first civie one in 1987.
Gosh, was everyone here taught proper dinner etiquette by their mommies ? Sorry to prick your prissy bubbles, dinner to me is eating fried chicken with your bare hands.
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Gosh, was everyone here taught proper dinner etiquette by their mommies ? Sorry to prick your prissy bubbles, dinner to me is eating fried chicken with your bare hands.
Actually, I was taught by the Air Force, but at 20 I already had a pretty good idea how to do that eating thing without making a mess.

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It's not a pie eating contest, ml (however much that would appeal to cmitch). There are utensils for each course and they clean your tablecloth with a crumb comb. The napkins are usually linen.

Yes. If you wear one, it's a steal.
Are the waiters actually waiting for you to finish standing by with their salvers ?

Where I eat, we signal them with a whistle..
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Are the waiters actually waiting for you to finish standing by with their salvers ?

Where I eat, we signal them with a whistle..
If they are good, you shouldn't need to whistle.

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If they are good, you shouldn't need to whistle.
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