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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by missys-girl View Post
    Yes but if there is no logo...how can anyone know how fantastic you are

    I agree. You'd have to keep the wrapper forever.


    I would never play polo in anything other than my Herme's saddle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lin2 View Post
    I bought a Harrods face brush too. It was the cheapest thing I could find!
    I bought a Harrods Croissant. It came with a bag too. Also all I could afford.

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    ...Could get a slightly used one at cash converters for like 275

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    Shrug... my next horse will certainly have the Hermes ear bonnet

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    One of those things where if you have to ask the price, you can't afford it. Oh how the other half live!!

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    I bought a cap with "Harrods" on it for under $20. What I found hilarious in Harrods was that the store was full of peopl admiring expensive things ($130,000 for a complete set of original autographs of the US presidents plus a whole section for Diana memorobilia including original letters from her, framed) but no-one was actually buying anything until you got to the souvenir section (the whole ground floor) and it was PACKED with people frantically buying cheap souvenirs to commemorate their visit to the store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannondale View Post
    I was at an airport with a longish layover on my way back to Australia one night and wandered into the Hermes store with the thought of buying my wife a horsie gift. Of course I had in my mind being Duty Free it might be only reassurringly expensive not frighteningly expensive.
    Cannondale - the only thing you get cheap in duty free is alcohol and cigarettes because of the immense amount of taxes that are on them normally everything else I have found is always dearer than buying it from a normal shop.

    Who doesn't buy a $355 brush? I have one for my $1000 QH and $1200 pony....... (as I hide behind my computer screen none of you will ever find out that I actually don't.....)






    Oh Shit... did I type that??

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