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    It's a plot! :D
     
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    Three in the end...

    Weird.

    I don't know about my latest modification.



    Also the Osmo Pocket sucks. Do not buy. Only new camera i've bought, everything else has been second hand or donated...
     
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    So... this isn't me.



    But it's an interesting way to get into making videos, old mate is from Athens and only has a camera, not even a microphone...

    fairly engaging though, all the same

    Hmm.
     
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    God, I hate the weaving moves. They stress me out :D The way his hands are shown reminds me of how computer games show hands out in front. :D
    He had quite good suspense music in the first part. You should keep an ear out for good music and build up a little bank of atmospheric music you might use.
     
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    I guess over there it's so common with all of the scooters etc that people are way more used to and expecting it, if that makes you feel better?
     
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    Nope, it's just something that creeps me out.
     
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    Ok so that last video is randomly at like 100 views? I don't know why.

    Anyway here's hoping this one goes the same way, I guess!



    It's a trip to get a zip. :)
     
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    What size do you take? I've got a leather jacket....
     
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    Uhmmmm it's size 50 in France but I don't know what size that is in normal sizes
     
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    looks like it's a medium, this would be a small, I reckon

    Edit: the brand is Stagg and there's a label that says "5". Maybe that's a size?
     
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    that'd be womans sizing, which.. makes sense heh
     
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    don't know, is it?
     
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    Maybe that's why I ended up with it, my brother must have bought it by mistake (?) How can you tell the difference?
     
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    Oh wait. Maybe sizings here is different hmm

    Stagg is a ye olde brand, it's worth monies
     
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    It's gorgeous, lovely heavy leather, quilted lining. My brother got it, and then he took up weightlifting and couldn't fit into it any more because he was bigger in the chest/shoulders :D I don't know whether he actually ever wore it, it's vintage but it's like brand new. He gave it to me and it's sat in the cupboard for the last many zillion years. I've never worn it, one because I look ridiculous and two because it's never that cold here to need it. It's lovely and warm, because no wind can go through the leather.
     
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    Is it a motorcycle jacket or one of their fashionable fashion jackets?
     
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    Very similar to this one
    https://www.motociclo.com.au/products/stagg-classic-brando-leather-jacket
    but it doesn't have that diagonal zip at the top, press-stud on the top collar (only the bottom lapel), it's got little chains with a ball on the zips, and it's got little straps with press-studs/belt-loops over the belt. And the label is different, it's got antlers on the label. It's like an old-fashioned motorbike jacket (to me, anyway, what do I know? :D). Fonzie or Brando or whoever.
    Doesn't matter, it'd be too small for you, it's probably a 34" chest size, maybe a 36" at most. It's a smallish size. I have a very (very) vague recollection that my brother was 34", when I used to knit him jumpers and before he started weightlifting and "grew".
     
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    no no, I would not feel comfortable receiving such a jacket, but it seems a shame that you have such a nice jacket and never wear it, maybe this conversation will make you get it out and wear it :D

    The style is called a Perfecto jacket - I guess back in the day there was no distinguishing between a motorbike and a normal jacket, as all elather jackets were heavy grade... same with denim... 70's jeans are so much more rigid and protectiony compared to new nylon denim blends that split easily...
     
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    even less prospect now than when I was young and felt the cold. I never even wear jumpers any more, I'm always hot. And I'm not kidding when I tell you that it looks ridiculous. It's way too big for a start, and even if it was my size, it would still look nuts.
    Like a lot of crap I've got lying about, I think I should put it on gumtree, but I don't want a whole heap of bikies ringing me up or coming over. :D
    Yes, you'd have to wear this for a while to get it soft, it's not pre-softened, and it's hide leather so it would take a while to wear in.
     

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