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  1. A place for ladies and gentlemen to sit back in a plush leather club chair, with drink and cigar in hand and pleasantly discuss the great issues of the day that are not about clothes. Although I personally can't think of a single issue that isn't all about the clothes!

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  2. If you'd like to meet other members of the Ask Andy Forums this is your ticket! Post meetings here!

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  3. Pull up a barber chair and let's talk about shaving, how to keep our hair and skin looking great.

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  4. Want to share a great recipe? Found the perfect Cabernet? Know an inexpensive but luxurious hotel in the heart of Paris? Tell us!

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  5. Being a gentleman is more than just dressing great! It's also about respect for others. "Manners are what vex or soothe, corrupt or purify, exalt or debase, barbarize or refine us, by a constant, steady uniform, insensible operation, like that of the air we breathe in" -- Edmund Burke, philosopher

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  6. Britain has had perhaps more influence on menswear than any other country. We owe the British for khakis, button down collars, and corduroy trousers. Tattersalls came from the racing yard and auctions of James Tattersall, and jeans from the Huguenots who fled to England. These, a small neighborhood known as The Row, a tradition of weaving fine cloths and the Rules about what is proper are just a smattering of what Britain has brought to bear on the world's sartorial experience. Understanding the traditions and values of a culture helps us to understand its clothing style(s). The British forum is for discussions on Highland dress, Oxbridge traditions and other Britishness. Discussions about British merchants and makers, recommendations and availability of certain products and discussions of mainstream clothing such as business, casual, sporting, and evening wear should take place in the Fashion or Trad Forum.

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  7. A discussion of music, theatre, opera, literature, cinema, the arts!

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