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Sophisticated Gentleman ## Admin ## 12/02/14(Tue)02:01 No. 1 [Reply] Stickied
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Hello gentlemen!
You have been awarded your own private club from which you may scorn the local riffraff. If you continue posting at least 25 posts per day for the next two weeks, this will be a permanent board.
If you notice any problems (file sizes, file types) post in this thread. I'm not sure if we want to make this General or SFW, so you can discuss that, too.
Keep it work safe and stay classy.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 17/12/25(Mon)21:47 No. 3301

>>3295
you first




Straight Razor and Beard Grooming General /SRBG/ 19/08/21(Wed)17:44 No. 3467 [Reply]
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I use a straight razor for my beard. Clean lines. Great for really getting the big hair off. I use disposable blades instead of sharpening and stropping a fixed blade. Got a gift card to one of those shaving places for my birthday and I have been learning a lot ever since.

Anyone have any questions and want to post any straight razor and beard grooming questions, post here.

Looking to get one of those beard shapers. Combined with a straight razor and you can be unstoppable.


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/SRBG/ 19/08/21(Wed)18:11 No. 3471
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I store the blades in a small plastic pouch that also holds the straight razor. I just spread the oil on the straight razor and the blades with my fingertips.

for my mustache, I am trying to grow it out as a handle bar, I don't use a wax because it's not long enough to keep in a suitable chunk.

I use beard wax to keep my beard and eyebrows smooth.

With all the oil, I wash with a on-the-shelf not otc 10% benzoyl peroxide wash, and in the shower I use an apricot scrub. You will get greasy with all the oil, so be careful.


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/SRBG/ 19/08/21(Wed)18:17 No. 3472
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The Beard Mate is something that I think is pretty awesome. You can put it on your face and shave around the plastic to shape your beard with the straight razor.


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/SRBG/ 19/08/21(Wed)18:27 No. 3473
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The best thing for shaving that I have experienced is not the brush and the cup and soap, but Dr. Carver's Shave Butter. It was from a kit that someone got me for Christmas... So maybe Dollar Shave Club? I don't really know, but the reason that I use a shave cream or shave "butter" is because I can see what I am doing. When you use a shaving cream with a brush and a cup and soap, then you make a thick white lather and you risk cutting yourself if not careful.




Sophisticated Gentleman 14/06/14(Sat)17:03 No. 2809 [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
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Favorite paintings by any artist?
If someone posts "The Starry Night" I will shoot them in the neck with a luger
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"At Eternety's Gate"
Vincent Van Gogh


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MKULTRA+CHAD:+SUPERCHRIST+PONTIFEX,+REVELATOR+and+LIBERATOR+of+the+BROLETA 19/07/31(Wed)09:41 No. 3444
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>>3443


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Sophisticated Gentleman 19/08/09(Fri)13:13 No. 3446

>>2809
What have you got against starry night? I like Monet, the one with the haystacks.

t. brainlet


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Nighthawks Sophisticated Gentleman 19/08/18(Sun)15:28 No. 3466
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Must be "Nighthawks" for me. For those interested: there is an artsy 'movie' based on Hoppers paintings called "Shirley - Visions of Reality"




Sophisticated Gentleman 18/05/27(Sun)22:59 No. 3335 [Reply]
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Hey /class/,

I have a question about cigarollo's. A year back I was at a party and they pulled out some cigarollo's, I partook in 1 and really enjoyed the taste. Even though I hate cigarette's, I've tried to smoke a few times and I just hate everything about it, the taste, feel, and the burn in your throat. I smoke weed every otherday I never add tobacco. I don't plan on getting addicted or involved in smoking anyways.

My question is, what cigarollo's can a non-smoker enjoy? And can I also enjoy a cigar? If yes, which kind, flavour, etc?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 19/02/23(Sat)19:00 No. 3403

>>3363
>because they are all made of grapes.
and there in lies your error, and the reason your simile falls flat. that is an awful comparison


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Sophisticated Gentleman 19/08/10(Sat)02:00 No. 3452

>>3335
I like the montecristo mini cigarillos, short smoke and easy


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Sophisticated Gentleman 19/08/12(Mon)21:19 No. 3454

>>3346
Whoever purchased that "graduation cigar" cheaped out and got the lowest quality product he could find. If it was a friend of yours, that friend is a tightwad. If it was you, you should admit your error and apologize to every friend you gave those cigars to.




Sophisticated Gentleman 12/02/14(Tue)13:00 No. 21 [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
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Every gentleman needs his drink to settle down after a hard day of work. In my case I like a scottish whisky, preferably single malt and aged a minimum of 10 years to exhibit the right flavors.

What is your spirit of choice /class/?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 15/03/06(Fri)09:48 No. 3013

>>30
My man, nothing beats a snifter of Laphroaig at the end of the day


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Sophisticated Gentleman 15/04/15(Wed)10:15 No. 3022

Hendricks gin is pretty nice. Can's say I know that much about whisky, but The Macallan 18 yr is a pretty rad and casual? If the weather's hot, then a G&T is the way to go for me. a mint leaf isn't entirely out of place in one


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Sophisticated Gentleman 19/08/10(Sat)02:02 No. 3453

>>3010
Ive had most of them, the single year is nice and the cheapest but isnt exported, the 12 yr is very nice but hard to find below 250 the 18 is passable but the 25 is fucking amazing




dress up at work The Zeppelin Passenger 16/11/25(Fri)18:52 No. 3218 [Reply]
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Greetings, Classiers. When work demands dressing up with a theme, what self-limits should you place on your own appearance? I have a strict "no costume" policy for myself and tend to lean toward classic hollywood if called upon. Your thoughts?


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jollyroger 17/03/14(Tue)05:16 No. 3247

Don't wear uniforms you didn't earn.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 17/04/03(Mon)13:46 No. 3252

>>3247
jail uniform is ok though


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Sophisticated Gentleman 19/08/09(Fri)13:17 No. 3447

>>3218
Well good sir, blackening your face with shoe polish and addressing the crowds of the evening with your gracefulness as an African is true patrician tier and is bound to get some hearty laughs from the conversation.




Sophisticated Gentleman 18/09/21(Fri)23:04 No. 3358 [Reply]
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Gentlemen, what is your go-to whiskey? I usually have Jim Beam available for a whiskey sour or two on the weekends and a bottle of Glenfiddich for when I want something neat.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 19/04/03(Wed)14:23 No. 3422

>>3358
Glenfiddich 12y, old boy.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 19/06/30(Sun)09:43 No. 3436

I drink whatever that black sludge biomechanical management that god drinks. No troll. He calls it Coca-Cola but.. That's some paraphrasing. I know it can get you drunk.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 19/08/08(Thu)08:57 No. 3445

>>3358
Jameson if I really don't feel like spending a lot of money, Buffalo trace if I want bourbon, Bulliet if I want rye and Macallan 10 year if I want scotch.




Sophisticated Gentleman 13/08/24(Sat)20:54 No. 2509 [Reply]
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Hello Gentlemen, what Is your watch and knife of choice?

I carry a W.R. Case and Sons Sod Buster Jr. to clean my nails and wear a Citizen Eco-drive BM8180 to keep the time.

Ford would ask all his prospective employees the time and ask them for a knife to clean his nails.

A man is nothing without a knife and a watch.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 19/05/27(Mon)02:44 No. 3431

Watch: $10 Analog Casio
Knife: Classic Victorinox Swiss army knife


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Sophisticated Gentleman 19/05/30(Thu)13:39 No. 3432

y'all should have also posted your trilby hats


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Sophisticated Gentleman 19/07/11(Thu)20:54 No. 3437

>>2509
I carry the classic Opinel #8.




dhiwhe 14/03/26(Wed)18:27 No. 2739 [Reply]
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how good is porpoise meat?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 14/04/18(Fri)21:08 No. 2756

Think of squirrel meat mixed with stewed alligator liver sauteed in shark oil and spruce. That's the approximate taste.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 19/05/05(Sun)01:03 No. 3429

>>2739
Spare the creature. They are already having a fair share of grief without you preying on them.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 19/06/19(Wed)01:07 No. 3434
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>>2739
I've never tried porpoise meat, however, I have tried sea turtle when I was in the Bimini before it was taken over by Cubans.
The meat almost tastes like dark chicken mean, but with a much better taste.
Sea turtle is illegal to eat down there as well, but there is no one to enforce it, the Biminites I met call it "hush-mouth steak" for obvious reason. Recommend if you ever go to the Bahamas.

Apparently Manatee is amazing too, but I've never had the pleasure of trying it out.




The Museum of Bad Art Exists Sophisticated Gentleman 19/05/06(Mon)21:53 No. 3430 [Reply]
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