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Ugh *facepalm*.  It can be had for the low price of $99 though, which is easily worth the look on your girlfriend’s face when you show up wearing this to brunch to meet her parents for the first time.

Post title inspired by this terrible song / video:

Man I really have zero use for Kendrick Lamar.  I know that’s not a popular opinion, but I literally though his latest album everyone was raving over was absolute trash.

Thoughts?

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Rapper 2 Chainz For GQ’s “Most Expensivest Shit”:

Shit’s expensive, I’ll give them that.  I thought 2 Chainz would be more entertaining considering his lyrics are hilarious; he seemed kinda sedated in the vid.  Make sure you check out the GQ’s Most Expensivest Shit webpage to see all the ignorant stuff he takes a look at.  $1000 ice cream sundaes, $5000 toothbrushes etc…

2-ChainzI talked about the bullet proof suit maker Garrison Bespoke (out of Toronto, Canada) in the past. It’s a shame that kevlar is still what needs to be used. You just can’t get the drape and movement of a suit the same when the material is that thick and heavy.

Thoughts? Favorite 2 Chainz verse?

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$20,000 suit from a bespoke tailor in Toronto, Canada:

0:38 – Yea no doubt, I can imagine shit gets real when dealing with oil and diamonds.  Blogging carries similar risks.

1:01 – Did Maxwell ever stop to think that maybe he’s looking over his shoulder because of horrendous suit / tie parings?  Step your game up pimpin and see if that doesn’t change your life around.

1:35 – That doesn’t look like many layers of Kevlar, but he claims .22, 9mm, and .45 stopping power.  No Deagle brand Deagle .50AE protection?  PASS. :P

Here’s to hoping the person shooting at you doesn’t play too much COD and try to land headshots.

Matrix-Neo-Stop-BulletsYou can read more about Garrison, Toronto’s custom bulletproof suit tailor over at their website.

Unconfirmed if they will make a custom Canadian tuxedo (All denim), but I’m assuming they could to meet your needs.

Thoughts?  Better off buying name brand, getting it tailored and putting a vest on?

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