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Hey Lastra, I passed a Louie Vuitton store in The Forum Shops tonight in Caesar's

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I had to go into Lucky brand to buy an $88 black leather belt because I forgot mine at home. That's going to set a poor like me back a good 3 years.

 

shoulda gone to Serendipity instead and gotten a big old chocolate sundae, then you don't need the belt.  Bam!

 

BTW, I saw Joe Flacco there last summer, the weekend after he signed his big $100M contract.  He skipped ahead of me in line, and didn't buy me anything.  Prick.

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shoulda gone to Serendipity instead and gotten a big old chocolate sundae, then you don't need the belt. Bam!

BTW, I saw Joe Flacco there last summer, the weekend after he signed his big $100M contract. He skipped ahead of me in line, and didn't buy me anything. Prick.

I had a beer and some nachos at Serendipity3.

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I had to go into Lucky brand to buy an $88 black leather belt because I forgot mine at home. That's going to set a poor like me back a good 3 years.

$88 for a Lucky belt? Probably been cheaper going to the a tommy Bahama close by and getting one there. If you go back, there is a Mont Blanc store there and if you like having a nice pen for business, they sell this small ballpoint pen that is awesome called the Boheme. They come with a ruby or sapphire and are pretty inexpensive. I got the one with blue sapphire and use it for all my contracts and it fits easily in my pocket, ask for Jose and he can save you some money.

I saw your post about Golden Steer, so I know you like steaks. Try Delmonicos in Venetian, my fav for steaks. My friend went to the Gordon Ramsey steak place and he said they have a meat cart they roll out where you pick you steak from.

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$88 for a Lucky belt? Probably been cheaper going to the a tommy Bahama close by and getting one there. If you go back, there is a Mont Blanc store there and if you like having a nice pen for business, they sell this small ballpoint pen that is awesome called the Boheme. They come with a ruby or sapphire and are pretty inexpensive. I got the one with blue sapphire and use it for all my contracts and it fits easily in my pocket, ask for Jose and he can save you some money.

I saw your post about Golden Steer, so I know you like steaks. Try Delmonicos in Venetian, my fav for steaks. My friend went to the Gordon Ramsey steak place and he said they have a meat cart they roll out where you pick you steak from.

 

dude, seriously...are you a woman?  wtf?  how do you go from a post about a belt to a fuggin pen with a sapphire on it?  When you get Jose's cock out of your mouth, tell him we said hello.

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$88 for a Lucky belt? Probably been cheaper going to the a tommy Bahama close by and getting one there. If you go back, there is a Mont Blanc store there and if you like having a nice pen for business, they sell this small ballpoint pen that is awesome called the Boheme. They come with a ruby or sapphire and are pretty inexpensive. I got the one with blue sapphire and use it for all my contracts and it fits easily in my pocket, ask for Jose and he can save you some money.

I saw your post about Golden Steer, so I know you like steaks. Try Delmonicos in Venetian, my fav for steaks. My friend went to the Gordon Ramsey steak place and he said they have a meat cart they roll out where you pick you steak from.

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$88 for a Lucky belt? Probably been cheaper going to the a tommy Bahama close by and getting one there. If you go back, there is a Mont Blanc store there and if you like having a nice pen for business, they sell this small ballpoint pen that is awesome called the Boheme. They come with a ruby or sapphire and are pretty inexpensive. I got the one with blue sapphire and use it for all my contracts and it fits easily in my pocket, ask for Jose and he can save you some money.

I saw your post about Golden Steer, so I know you like steaks. Try Delmonicos in Venetian, my fav for steaks. My friend went to the Gordon Ramsey steak place and he said they have a meat cart they roll out where you pick you steak from.

 

Is today the "up" day of your multiple personalities?

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dude, seriously...are you a woman?  wtf?  how do you go from a post about a belt to a fuggin pen with a sapphire on it?  When you get Jose's cock out of your mouth, tell him we said hello.

 

lmao

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i'm surprised he didn't brag about how much his armanti skirts cost

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just googled "armani blazers" and this $600 gem was the first thing that popped up

 

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yep, i can see alice piggy-wiggling his pillsbury rolls into that before snapping mirror selfies with his yankee candle shop purchases placed carefully in the foreground

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welp I know where Alice's next $600 is going

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I want one of them Mont Blanc pens....without the stone....thanks in advance

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speaking of $600 gems, here's the description for the $500 Bic pen that Zachary bought, straight from the MB website:

 

Rollerball, barrel and cap made of black precious resin inlaid with Montblanc emblem, platinum-plated rings and clip set with a synthetic sapphire-colored gemstone
  • black precious resin...aka, black plastic
  • synthetic sapphire-colored gemstone...aka, quartz

I guess $500 doesn't go as far as it used to.  lolz.

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