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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-01-2008, 06:27 AM Thread Starter
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The Canadian Tuxedo...

...seems to be making a huge comeback. There are CTs in 10A and 9D. I'm surrounded by this fashion don't.

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The Canadian Tuxedo
The Canadian Tuxedo is the favoured outfit for young men and women on important occasions. Nothing says "I'm looking my best for you" like The Canadian Tuxedo. Wear it to your prom, for an important job interview, or at a relative's funeral. The Canadian Tuxedo is traditionally comprised of a pair of blue jeans, a blue jean shirt, and a blue jean jacket.

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The Canadian Tuxedo
The Canadian Tuxedo is the favoured outfit for young men and women on important occasions. Nothing says "I'm looking my best for you" like The Canadian Tuxedo. Wear it to your prom, for an important job interview, or at a relative's funeral. The Canadian Tuxedo is traditionally comprised of a pair of blue jeans, a blue jean shirt, and a blue jean jacket.
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Apparently Canadian Tuxedos are what Mac users wore before Ducati's came into style...

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Nope...Old Navy Turtle neck....

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Apparently Canadian Tuxedos are what Mac users wore before Ducati's came into style...
Yeah but the mac guy is missing his starbucks.

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