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  • neilka 16 Jul 2013 13:23:49 15,678 posts
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    Especially if it ended because you murdered him.
  • spindle9988 16 Jul 2013 13:32:35 3,504 posts
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    In a restaurant
  • neilka 16 Jul 2013 13:37:11 15,678 posts
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    Because he was inappropriately dressed.
  • spindle9988 16 Jul 2013 13:38:12 3,504 posts
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    He did have his nipples out
  • kinky_mong 16 Jul 2013 14:33:19 9,985 posts
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    twelveways wrote:
    I had some scouse friends once
    How awful. My deepest condolences.

    I'll never get my Orc looking the same again.

  • President_Weasel 16 Jul 2013 15:43:49 8,984 posts
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    kalel wrote:
    Fat Duck has no dress code.
    Indeed, and it felt nice and relaxed the time I went (there were a couple of tourists in jeans and t-shirts and nobody minded). For the record I wore a shirt and (slacks? what do you call those sort-of-like-suit-trousers-but-not-part-of-a-suit trousers?).

    It's really not the end of the world to wear a shirt and tie though, just check the dress code before you go somewhere. If you're really not in a suit and tie mood, go somewhere else. Alternatively if it's somewhere you really want to go, having to dress up a bit won't kill you.
  • nickthegun 16 Jul 2013 15:51:50 58,898 posts
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    Trousers

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  • TheBlackDog 16 Jul 2013 16:08:36 376 posts
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    I don't mind about restaurant dress code IF I know in advance. But I was a bit pissed off when the restaurant didn't like the fact I didn't have a jacket on, and they went and fished out a blazer of their cloakroom.

    The worst thing was that the blazer was minging - had some food stains on it, presumably from the last mug who was forced to wear it, big brass buttons. I went along with it as my colleagues had booked the place for me but I made sure I turned the collar up and rolled up the sleeves, Miami Vice style. I definitely looked worse than if I'd just had no jacket on.
  • Armoured_Bear 16 Jul 2013 16:12:22 10,314 posts
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    TheBlackDog wrote:
    I don't mind about restaurant dress code IF I know in advance. But I was a bit pissed off when the restaurant didn't like the fact I didn't have a jacket on, and they went and fished out a blazer of their cloakroom.

    The worst thing was that the blazer was minging - had some food stains on it, presumably from the last mug who was forced to wear it, big brass buttons. I went along with it as my colleagues had booked the place for me but I made sure I turned the collar up and rolled up the sleeves, Miami Vice style. I definitely looked worse than if I'd just had no jacket on.
    Where was this?

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  • President_Weasel 16 Jul 2013 16:16:17 8,984 posts
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    Could you not simply take it off again once you'd reached the table?

    In fact, could you not have thanked them for it, put it on, walked past them, taken it off, and asked them to hang up your blazer for you?
  • ronuds 16 Jul 2013 16:18:43 21,788 posts
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    I would have used the blazer as a napkin.
  • glaeken 16 Jul 2013 16:26:43 11,108 posts
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    I am surprised anywhere has a dress code these days. I eat in quite a lot of nice restaurants and have never had issues wearing jeans and t-shirts. A dress code just seems so 1970's.
  • smoothpete 16 Jul 2013 16:34:03 31,362 posts
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    Saw a guy in Lidl the other afternoon doing his shopping shirtless while drinking from a can of Super Tennants which he brought in with him
  • kinky_mong 16 Jul 2013 16:46:17 9,985 posts
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    smoothpete wrote:
    Saw a guy in Lidl the other afternoon doing his shopping shirtless while drinking from a can of Super Tennants which he brought in with him
    Were you staring in one of the mirrors in the fruit & veg section at the time?

    I'll never get my Orc looking the same again.

  • Deleted user 16 July 2013 16:47:30
    smoothpete wrote:
    Saw a guy in Lidl the other afternoon doing his shopping shirtless while drinking from a can of Super Tennants which he brought in with him
    Then he made a thread asking about next gen TVs, I bet.
  • mrfantastico 16 Jul 2013 16:47:38 4 posts
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    smoothpete wrote:
    Saw a guy in Lidl the other afternoon doing his shopping shirtless while drinking from a can of Super Tennants which he brought in with him
    That's pretty much the Lidl dress code isn't it?
  • Armoured_Bear 16 Jul 2013 16:56:34 10,314 posts
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    glaeken wrote:
    I am surprised anywhere has a dress code these days. I eat in quite a lot of nice restaurants and have never had issues wearing jeans and t-shirts. A dress code just seems so 1970's.
    This.
    Anywhere that requests that I eat in a jacket can fucking do one.

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  • kalel 16 Jul 2013 17:00:17 86,420 posts
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    As per what I posted years ago, it's an incredibly small amount of places these days, and frankly it's part of the experience. I wouldn't mind dressing up to go and eat in the Ritz just like I wouldn't mind dressing up to go to a wedding or whatever. It's an event.
  • mrpon 16 Jul 2013 17:02:43 28,491 posts
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    I only eat where Phil Collins eats.

    Give yourself 5 or gig, you're worth it.

  • TheBlackDog 16 Jul 2013 17:04:02 376 posts
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    This was at Le Gavroche, a good 10 years ago. I would have used the blazer as a napkin if it hadn't already been used as one by the last person to wear it.

    And no, I don't think taking it off was an option. They definitely wanted me to wear it throughout the meal. And as much as I hate pompous codes and rules like that, I was happy to go along with it to avoid spoiling a nice lunch. Besides, I did my silent protest with the cuffs and collar, which looked totally ridiculous.
  • nickthegun 16 Jul 2013 17:04:31 58,898 posts
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    Young asian girls fannies.

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  • nickthegun 16 Jul 2013 17:04:42 58,898 posts
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    Apropos of nothing.

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    He totally called it

  • Chopsen 16 Jul 2013 17:05:00 15,735 posts
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    That so needed to be a top of a new page post.
  • mrpon 16 Jul 2013 17:05:32 28,491 posts
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    Greasy lover.

    Give yourself 5 or gig, you're worth it.

  • neilka 16 Jul 2013 17:10:34 15,678 posts
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    In The Hair Tonight
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