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I think I'm blushing! This guy... damn! ▶ The Way I Dress: Mr Johannes Huebl - MR PORTER - YouTube

I think I'm blushing! This guy... damn! ▶ The Way I Dress: Mr Johannes Huebl - MR PORTER - YouTube

Rule 1 : Being A True Gentleman Never Goes Out Of Fashion

Rule 1 : Being A True Gentleman Never Goes Out Of Fashion

The Musketeers - Series III BtS filming via Jessica Pope's Twitter (Porthos & D'Artagnan)

The Musketeers - Series III BtS filming via Jessica Pope's Twitter (Porthos & D'Artagnan)

Brian's ROFLMAO of the Day:    A guy is strolling along Vegas Strip when a stunning hooker catches his eye. He strikes up a conversation and eventually asks, “How much?”    The Hooker replies, “$500 for a hand-job.” The guy’s jaw drops: “$500 dollars, For a hand-job! No hand-job is worth that kind of money!”    The hooker says, “Do you see that Hard Rock cafe on the corner?”    “Yes.”    “Do you see the Hard Rock about a block further down?”    “Yes.”    “And beyond that, do you see that…

Brian's ROFLMAO of the Day: A guy is strolling along Vegas Strip when a stunning hooker catches his eye. He strikes up a conversation and eventually asks, “How much?” The Hooker replies, “$500 for a hand-job.” The guy’s jaw drops: “$500 dollars, For a hand-job! No hand-job is worth that kind of money!” The hooker says, “Do you see that Hard Rock cafe on the corner?” “Yes.” “Do you see the Hard Rock about a block further down?” “Yes.” “And beyond that, do you see that…

Dwight L. Moody, evangelical preacher. At age 18, Moody converted to evangelism while working in his uncle’s shoe store on Court Street in Boston. As a pacifist, he felt he could not enlist in the Union army, instead becoming involved with the YMCA and visiting soldiers on the front lines. Later, he would fill huge stadiums to capacity with his evangelical meetings around the U.S. and Europe.

Dwight L. Moody, evangelical preacher. At age 18, Moody converted to evangelism while working in his uncle’s shoe store on Court Street in Boston. As a pacifist, he felt he could not enlist in the Union army, instead becoming involved with the YMCA and visiting soldiers on the front lines. Later, he would fill huge stadiums to capacity with his evangelical meetings around the U.S. and Europe.

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