kipper tie


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kipper tie

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"Kipper Tie?" asks the assistant "Oh thanks" says Ayli and Aynuk "2 sugars and milk please."
YAnd I had undone the top button over a polka-dot kipper tie, knotted just rakishly enough to suggest a Romeo on the prowl on the Riviera.
"A well-known Birmingham joke involves the terms 'cup of tea' and 'kipper tie' being mixed up.
Along with the big collar came the kipper tie, another garish invention probably created to rival the shiny disco balls.
Is the idea of playboy Charlie enough to tempt you to blow the fluff off your stylus, whip out the kipper tie and get down to some vinyl grooves?
A chap in a wide lapelled suit and kipper tie, with a watch like an anchor on his wrist who drives an extravagant car might well be obnoxious.
It was the creation of Michael Fish, who at the time was the most fashionable shirtmaker in London and the inventor of the kipper tie. So whatever happened to that famous dress?
Cha Cha is worth PS300-PS500, Uncle Soames is worth PS150 and the larger Father with the Kipper Tie is worth PS200 or more.
He joined as a junior clerk in Doncaster after a successful interview in which he wore flares, a kipper tie and platform shoes.
He tells the shop owner: "I need a pair of platform shoes, 14in flares, a big glittery hat and a shirt with a big collar." "Kipper tie?" asks the assistant.