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January 29, 2008

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Pah!

£132?? You'd have got a lot more if Matt would have come with the pants!

He he,
I wouldn't of though they would of sold for THAT much!

i wudda paid a million pounds if i got him with those pants :P

what a man, this must be some kinda record for trouser sellage? or patterned ones at least? They are by far the 'Peng-est' trousers this world has ever seen. Well done Matt :)

A million pounds is a good place to start negotiations

Matt, having lived with you for a week you'd be lucky if you get a tenner.

...and after I kept your basil plant alive too?

Matt, the German team will come up with some fashion advise for you. Apparently in the south of Germany there are some nice trouser styles. Think short and leather.

Matt in short leather trousers. Lets stop there please. Some of us have to work!

and i still want to know who this is
http://www.flickr.com/photos/nickythomasphotography/2739988960/

mmmm!

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