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jimmy6668
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Joined: November 16th, 2008, 2:40 pm

February 8th, 2013, 4:47 am #1

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

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February 8th, 2013, 4:50 am #2

Tfs:)

Cheers!

Officine Panerai~ more than a watch... it's fun to wear a war tools on wrist!!

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gfriedell
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Joined: January 27th, 2005, 3:20 pm

February 8th, 2013, 4:55 am #3

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

The Singapore crew cleaning out the G-Shock Boutique in Covent Garden?






"But sometimes when you bring the thunder, you get lost in the storm." K.P.



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k_rerkpooritat
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Joined: January 10th, 2007, 2:52 pm

February 8th, 2013, 4:56 am #4

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.





Panerai....So Much More Than Just A Watch!!
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hongT
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Joined: June 8th, 2004, 1:04 pm

February 8th, 2013, 4:56 am #5

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

But thanks for taking the time to make this post! Congrats to your new old logo Love the last photo!!

Cheers
Hongster

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galeforce
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Joined: July 17th, 2004, 6:23 pm

February 8th, 2013, 4:57 am #6

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

nt
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galeforce
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Joined: July 17th, 2004, 6:23 pm

February 8th, 2013, 4:58 am #7

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

nt
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hawaiiantimer
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Joined: September 29th, 2008, 10:07 pm

February 8th, 2013, 5:15 am #8

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

But you're probably funnier.

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February 8th, 2013, 5:24 am #9

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

.nt
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Joined: September 9th, 2009, 11:51 pm

February 8th, 2013, 5:34 am #10

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

I hope to see U, Pat, and YH again soon - sweet logo God Fatha


"Power Up"

Cheers
Jose


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Joined: February 17th, 2008, 11:59 am

February 8th, 2013, 6:22 am #11

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

I always love your posts, lots of patina and leather, lots of incredible food, and Panerai, what more could a guy ask for.....
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Joined: June 2nd, 2008, 6:43 am

February 8th, 2013, 6:29 am #12

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

nt

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mrly
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mrly
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Joined: September 21st, 2005, 10:22 pm

February 8th, 2013, 6:29 am #13

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

Love the post!


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TokyoSkier
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Joined: December 1st, 2011, 1:08 pm

February 8th, 2013, 6:32 am #14

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

a wonderful travelogue! I REALLY enjoyed that.

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mrly
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Joined: September 21st, 2005, 10:22 pm

February 8th, 2013, 6:36 am #15

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

Love the post mate!

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Joined: June 14th, 2010, 4:28 am

February 8th, 2013, 6:40 am #16

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

I love your New watch!

"A gentleman's choice of timepiece says as much about him as does his Saville Row suit." - Ian Fleming
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Joined: July 27th, 2010, 7:18 pm

February 8th, 2013, 7:17 am #17

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

Gong Hei Fatt Choy + Sun Tai Keen Hong to everyone



Salud !
S.Y.



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Joined: July 27th, 2010, 7:18 pm

February 8th, 2013, 7:24 am #18

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

I like the rabbit lunch comment ...... I never had one but I don't think I will or can try one. Give me a Singapore Fish Head curry anytime instead LOL



Salud !
S.Y.



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Joined: December 21st, 2004, 6:25 pm

February 8th, 2013, 7:49 am #19

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

Your knee !!!!!
Hope you're all healed up now Jimbo
It was a pleasure to meet you Whaley and Patsy !!!!...... For ugly fellas ...... You're all true gents
Great post ( about time !!)
Nice Pre V !!!! ...... The best .... From the best .... To the best !!!!
Have a great weekend sir
All the best from the UK

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It made so much sense
But now the haze has ascended
It don't make no sense anymore'

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Joined: January 25th, 2005, 6:20 am

February 8th, 2013, 7:53 am #20

at least I hope so


2008 is 5 years in the past. Back then I thought Simona was a guy and wished "him' a happy
birthday like we were old friends. Only later on in the thread when another chap wished "him" everlasting
beauty did I realized my mistake. )))))))


Fast forward to 2012 and I found myself with this on the wrist.



And squeezing me on the left AND right were another 2 buddies from Singapore.



Were were flying half way around the world because we heard that croissants were the best there. PARIS!
Well I'm a Chinese noodle kind of guy, what do I know.



I swear I took some more shots of that hearty Amercian breakfast but after
5-6 months in the camera memory, this is the only evidence of how great that breakfast was.
Handsome blokes don't you agree? ))



We went shopping after that. Guys normally don't like shopping but we had to keep
the mrs back home happy, so with shopping list in hand we set off for Galeries Lafayette.


It's over there I tell you! I'm cock sure of it!



Then again maybe not. ))))))



Truth is I think we spent more time queuing than shopping.



We stopped for a late lunch after that. I had my first rabbit here
and I don't think I'll ever have another.



As with any overseas trip with ristis, a visit to the boutique is a must.



A beauty back then and a beauty still.



Always a good sign when you see the calculator and charge machine on the table.



So with a new time piece in hand we did the next logical thing and went .....



Unfortuantely we walked away empty handed without any new straps, I couldn't even get
in to the overcrowded store. But we comforted ourselves, we live in Asia, there are plenty of
crocs here.


That night we had dinner planned with the French crew and a very handsome couple from the States.







Patrick explaining to Medeleine the benefits of eating durains.



Patrick on hearing that she actually has it every night before bed. )))))))



Sharky and Seb exchanging gifts after signing the croc exchange agreement between France and Singapore.



The French crew rock, no doubt!



But the next morning turned out to be a bummer. Rain.....



Empty streets....



My 2 buddies had left a day earlier leaving me behind, so I hunted for
some depression food...



Thankfully the loneliness didn't last long and soon I was on my way
too.



London!



That night I was introduced to Indian food....UK Indian food. :-p



Didn't matter if it was green pea soup I had because I finally bought my grail!


No just kidding there. The lovely 21 belongs to Geoff, thanks for letting me fondle it Geoff.
The watch Luke, the watch. Gutter brain you. ))))))

After that faithfull dinner, things just went from march2 to light speed!


I recall getting off the coach here.....



and here.....



Drank some kind of liquid from here...



And saw this poor chap trying to make a speech...not good .....not good. )))))



2 days later was the actual Pday dinner. I did not have the chance to take many photos
but there is this partcular one that I did......if only I knew the significance back then!


CHOP I TELL YOU! SELL EVERYTHING!



And get yourself a vintage!))))))))
Good luck mon ami!

Well it's been 5 almost 6 months since Pday 12 London. I wish I could do Montreal too
but I know the odds are stacked way against me on that.

I do however take away from Pday 12 extremely fond memories of the friends, places and moments
shared. I'll be back again one day, hopefully Pday 2014!


One last photo to mark the occasion...oh what a trip of a lifetime it was.


Thanks for reading.

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