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    My city so pretty! 🌃

    My city so pretty! 🌃

    292 33 4 hours ago
    Books I would no doubt suggest to the aspiring Gentleman... • Rules For A Knight. By: Ethan Hawk • The Pocket Butler. By: Charles MacPherson • The Sherlock Holmes school of self-defense. By: E.W. Barton-Wright

Also a look at my new sturdy umbrella. 
#umbrella #gentlemanly #bartitsu #butler #selfdefence #morales #gentleman

    Books I would no doubt suggest to the aspiring Gentleman... • Rules For A Knight. By: Ethan Hawk • The Pocket Butler. By: Charles MacPherson • The Sherlock Holmes school of self-defense. By: E.W. Barton-Wright

    Also a look at my new sturdy umbrella.
    #umbrella #gentlemanly #bartitsu #butler #selfdefence #morales #gentleman

    15 0 19 July, 2019
    @petermillargolf featured on the green at the British Open this weekend. Here are some Thurs. outfits shared via @petermillar worn by some of their brand ambassadors. Let us know if you have any questions regarding these items. We have new arrivals coming in already! -
#petermillar #golf #britishopen2019

    @petermillargolf featured on the green at the British Open this weekend. Here are some Thurs. outfits shared via @petermillar worn by some of their brand ambassadors. Let us know if you have any questions regarding these items. We have new arrivals coming in already! -
    #petermillar #golf #britishopen2019

    7 1 19 July, 2019
    Not exactly but tried to be look like... #gentlemanly

    Not exactly but tried to be look like... #gentlemanly

    37 1 19 July, 2019
    Got these 2 the other day. Blind bought em both. I don't advise blind buying, but sometimes there's no other way to smell some frags. At least these are kinda inexpensive. 
Habit Rouge L'eau is a disappointment. I'd seen several reviews of this that were praising this frag, and the notes looked ok to me. However, all I get is a synthetic baby powder and lavender mess (barely any citrus). It clogged my nose almost immediately and I had to scrub it off. Hard pass.

Heritage edt was a nice classy scent. This is a very well blended fougere and has a much better lavendar note. I am very happy with this one, and thankfully the reviews were accurate, for the most part. The one suggestion I have for people intrigued by it is; make sure you're ok with a more mature scent.  I wouldn't really recommend this to anyone under 40. For a frag head this doesn't apply because I feel most don't care, but for the average person, it's going to give off a middle aged vibe. I've worn this in the heat and it lasted just fine. I had 1 spray and it was all I needed...2 max!

Do you have these? What are your thoughts, comments or suggestions?

    Got these 2 the other day. Blind bought em both. I don't advise blind buying, but sometimes there's no other way to smell some frags. At least these are kinda inexpensive.
    Habit Rouge L'eau is a disappointment. I'd seen several reviews of this that were praising this frag, and the notes looked ok to me. However, all I get is a synthetic baby powder and lavender mess (barely any citrus). It clogged my nose almost immediately and I had to scrub it off. Hard pass.

    Heritage edt was a nice classy scent. This is a very well blended fougere and has a much better lavendar note. I am very happy with this one, and thankfully the reviews were accurate, for the most part. The one suggestion I have for people intrigued by it is; make sure you're ok with a more mature scent. I wouldn't really recommend this to anyone under 40. For a frag head this doesn't apply because I feel most don't care, but for the average person, it's going to give off a middle aged vibe. I've worn this in the heat and it lasted just fine. I had 1 spray and it was all I needed...2 max!

    Do you have these? What are your thoughts, comments or suggestions?

    23 5 17 July, 2019
    As I return back to my hobbit-hole on the edge of the forest, return to silence and solitude after a fun weekend with my children, I feel like I’ve been needing these words more than ever recently, especially at the moment. 
I don’t think the word ‘man’ is relevant - I imagine Kipling wasn’t talking about masculine bravado, ‘toxic masculinity’, or ‘manning up’ out of life’s problems (uuurgh), only that the subject of this poem may be his son. 
I’d like to think (perhaps, foolishly so) that he was talking more about decency in the face of the injustice and inequality in our lives. To treat such as experience. The ability to properly face up to the reality of our existence, as a gentleman. 
There will be times despite your best efforts, things will go awry. Maybe even permanently so. 
There will be times when friendly gestures and well meant advice may be thrown back in your face. 
There will be times when people think ill of you for absolutely no reason whatsoever. 
There will be times when you do everything you can, everything right, with never an ill sentiment in sight, and still get treated badly. 
There will be times when you lose everything you ploughed your heart and soul into, completely and utterly wretchedly. 
Tragedy seems more common than I’d ever thought possible in this brief existence. But so is hope, and the resolve of the human spirit, I think. 
Whatever your own personal summit is, you’re probably still miles away from it. I know I’m a long ways from mine. 
But I imagine Kipling wanted us to simply embody the humility we wish to see in the world; and in others. And to not give up. We’ll get there, in the end.

    As I return back to my hobbit-hole on the edge of the forest, return to silence and solitude after a fun weekend with my children, I feel like I’ve been needing these words more than ever recently, especially at the moment.
    I don’t think the word ‘man’ is relevant - I imagine Kipling wasn’t talking about masculine bravado, ‘toxic masculinity’, or ‘manning up’ out of life’s problems (uuurgh), only that the subject of this poem may be his son.
    I’d like to think (perhaps, foolishly so) that he was talking more about decency in the face of the injustice and inequality in our lives. To treat such as experience. The ability to properly face up to the reality of our existence, as a gentleman.
    There will be times despite your best efforts, things will go awry. Maybe even permanently so.
    There will be times when friendly gestures and well meant advice may be thrown back in your face.
    There will be times when people think ill of you for absolutely no reason whatsoever.
    There will be times when you do everything you can, everything right, with never an ill sentiment in sight, and still get treated badly.
    There will be times when you lose everything you ploughed your heart and soul into, completely and utterly wretchedly.
    Tragedy seems more common than I’d ever thought possible in this brief existence. But so is hope, and the resolve of the human spirit, I think.
    Whatever your own personal summit is, you’re probably still miles away from it. I know I’m a long ways from mine.
    But I imagine Kipling wanted us to simply embody the humility we wish to see in the world; and in others. And to not give up. We’ll get there, in the end.

    14 6 14 July, 2019
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    👖👖👖 Now on sale🎈🎈. Slacks, Shirts, Shorts, Shoes, accessories. Our progressive sale is on. Buy 1st item Get 40% OFF / Buy 2nd item Get 50% OFF / Buy 3rd item or more Get remaining items 60% OFF*
    Note* Sport Coats Half-price at Gallery and Downtown. Special Markdowns at Nic's Big and Tall, call to confirm.
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    #happyfriday #shoptally #mynicstoggery

    10 2 12 July, 2019

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