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September 30, 2009

Boy Lonnie, you’ll be sorry you took those days off from the custom tailor shop.

Damn! I always miss the good stuff. Another weirdo, huh?

That doesn’t begin to cover it. This dude demanded huge full-color naked chicks sewn onto his jacket by the lapels.

Hah! One of those spoiled Los Angeles 11-year-old TV stars?

Nope. This was a grown-up, goin’ on his first date or whatever.

Figures. Let me guess. He was no George Clooney in the looks department?

Not even if Clooney had gangrene and an autopsy. Of course the jacket had to be…

Stop! Let me guess. Fire engine red?

Bingo!

Another huge surprise…

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Director Quentin Tarantino at the premiere of “Whip It” in Hollywood, California, September 29, 2009. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

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Well, how very artistic. For his next act, I suppose he’ll be putting mudflaps on his pants.

 

isn’t that what chaps are?

Posted by mcg | Report as abusive
 

nice blog you got.loved reading it.

 

Do you think he is trying not to laugh at his own jacket?

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I wonder what would happen if Meryl Streep showed up to an award show with a naked aroused man on her dress? Or better yet, a depiction of Quentin naked on a dress.I’m throwing down the gauntlet on Hollywood for the Naked Quentin Dress!Hey, no surprize punternet is in California!

 

“Whip It”????You don’t suppose that was one of them (GASP!!) porn movies do you?P.S. – I think it was funny that my secret word was “toast”.

Posted by Lonnie | Report as abusive
 

Do you think he is trying not to laugh at his own jacket?

 

Mr. Tarentino, there’s @ 300 people in this room. How many said they like your jacket?

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