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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    dun think can reach me withtin 10 days.and order wrong size just a waste of $.

    well, no need VS imho.
    wear inside, no one see.
    For their the other half to see?

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    Quote Originally Posted by T16 View Post
    For their the other half to see?
    u mean cannot wear to ONS?
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    Not true.

    Yes outlook without grip D200 look nicer, with grip D2X/D2Xs looked better.

    I saw n tested my friend's D2x, other than losing out a bit on noise control above ISO 800

    The rest of the area, D2X/D2Xs beat D200 hands down. anytime for me D2X/D2Xs.

    Quote Originally Posted by cybertron View Post
    as earlier i mention that the D200 outlook nicer than D2x, not that it outperform the D200
    since when did D2x of yours win the European 'Oscar', i dun think so.
    while the D200 declared the winner.
    btw D2x already discontinued, time to replace yours to D2XXY

  4. #104

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    Quote Originally Posted by cybertron View Post
    as earlier i mention that the D200 outlook nicer than D2x, not that it outperform the D200
    since when did D2x of yours win the European 'Oscar', i dun think so.
    while the D200 declared the winner.
    btw D2x already discontinued, time to replace yours to D2XXY
    is it school holiday? no wonder

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacquesvile View Post
    D2x user dun like D200 user
    Nikon user dun like Nikon camera
    tats not true,but this transformer spits on the wrong direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glensky View Post
    tats not true,but this transformer spits on the wrong direction.
    u should go out there to shoot with your so-call undisputed camera instead of keep shooting around in CS
    MAKE YOUR MAGIC BEHIND THE CAMERA, NOT IN PHOTOSHOP

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    Quote Originally Posted by cybertron View Post
    u should go out there to shoot with your so-call undisputed camera instead of keep shooting around in CS
    look whose toking u dont even have a single picture posted here for c/c ...u should be more concern abt ur own equipment.and its not a good traits of a man telling people they should do this and that.
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  8. #108

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    Quote Originally Posted by glensky View Post
    look whose toking u dont even have a single picture posted here for c/c ..:.u should be more concern abt ur own equipment.and its not a good traits of a man telling people they should do this and that.
    i'm not blaming u for the complaining & whinning, but it seems that is what u good at.
    even u been provided with top of the world camera i dun think u can deliver
    did i stepped on your D2x or your tail, no one bother abt D200 or D2x, only u take it so seriously
    MAKE YOUR MAGIC BEHIND THE CAMERA, NOT IN PHOTOSHOP

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    jeanie, get handbag very personal hah? I wanted to get handbag for my good friend one... she working as engineer still carry those kiddo bag to work:P

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasongcp View Post
    jeanie, get handbag very personal hah? I wanted to get handbag for my good friend one... she working as engineer still carry those kiddo bag to work:P
    yes.handbag very very personal(at least, to me)

    what i find nice, my friends doesnt.

    but if you are really generous, get her an LV or gucci for work.
    she sure wont complain.
    but know the stuffs she brings.if you get one too small, it will be in her wardrobe all the time.
    and gals can carry quite alot of things fyi.

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    Nothing beats the old, cardboard chequed school-'boxes'! LOL!

    Sorry Jeanie, couldn't resist it.

    I'm most curious (apologies again Jeanie - OT) as to what Jeanie is getting for herself this Christmas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feinwerkbau View Post
    Nothing beats the old, cardboard chequed school-'boxes'! LOL!

    Sorry Jeanie, couldn't resist it.

    I'm most curious (apologies again Jeanie - OT) as to what Jeanie is getting for herself this Christmas.
    Solution to the curiosity problem: Give her something yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    yes.handbag very very personal(at least, to me)

    what i find nice, my friends doesnt.

    but if you are really generous, get her an LV or gucci for work.
    she sure wont complain.
    but know the stuffs she brings.if you get one too small, it will be in her wardrobe all the time.
    and gals can carry quite alot of things fyi.

    I don't think she will like it if I spend a bomb on her maybe get her a perfume... thanks for the advice

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    why not give a massage or pampering package. (e.g. foot and back massage, facial, manicure and pedicure (for the gals), steam room, etc.) some day spas offer such packages. good for the skin, health, etc. can go in as a group, good fun too.

    or instead of actually giving them something, why not give something in their name to a charity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patch17 View Post
    why not give a massage or pampering package. (e.g. foot and back massage, facial, manicure and pedicure (for the gals), steam room, etc.) some day spas offer such packages. good for the skin, health, etc. can go in as a group, good fun too.

    or instead of actually giving them something, why not give something in their name to a charity.

    er... sorry, I have been a LAO CHU.... how does this type of package works? pricing? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasongcp View Post
    er... sorry, I have been a LAO CHU.... how does this type of package works? pricing? thanks
    ummm... i'm not sure what you've got in sg, but i believe some spas offer a package of say: foot massage, back massage, facial and aromatherapy... or whatever. and call it dunno... "well being" or something like "hollywood star" package. don't you guys have that kind of thing over there?

    pricing, well that all depends on what you want included, i guess you can customize to suit your needs, or get something that the spa has already planned out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patch17 View Post
    ummm... i'm not sure what you've got in sg, but i believe some spas offer a package of say: foot massage, back massage, facial and aromatherapy... or whatever. and call it dunno... "well being" or something like "hollywood star" package. don't you guys have that kind of thing over there?

    pricing, well that all depends on what you want included, i guess you can customize to suit your needs, or get something that the spa has already planned out.
    thanks... sound very chim.. LOL.. maybe just bring her there and I just foot the bill? :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasongcp View Post
    jeanie, get handbag very personal hah? I wanted to get handbag for my good friend one... she working as engineer still carry those kiddo bag to work:P
    depends on the girl. my personal view is if the girl likes to carry one bag all the time (too lazy to take out her stuff everyday and change bag), then it is much tougher to select the bag as the bag need to meet her daily requirements. If like my wife change bag everyday then it is ok. There is bound to be an occasion when she can use your bag as long as it is not butt ugly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    yes.handbag very very personal(at least, to me)

    what i find nice, my friends doesnt.

    but if you are really generous, get her an LV or gucci for work.
    she sure wont complain.
    but know the stuffs she brings.if you get one too small, it will be in her wardrobe all the time.
    and gals can carry quite alot of things fyi.
    hahaha! here is my 2 cents. Not that I know anything about shopping for X'mas gifts.. just gifts in general lah.

    Single women some prefers smaller handbags. But married with children some women prefers larger handbags more practical because they carry stuff not for themselves anymore but some for their children also (pampers etc..).

    Like cars, single or married with no children = Coupe sports, married with children = Sedan, married with more children plus maid = MPV.

    Hey, it's Friday can't blame me right, setting everyone in the good mood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azul123 View Post
    hahaha! here is my 2 cents. Not that I know anything about shopping for X'mas gifts.. just gifts in general lah.

    Single women some prefers smaller handbags. But married with children some women prefers larger handbags more practical because they carry stuff not for themselves anymore but some for their children also (pampers etc..).

    Like cars, single or married with no children = Coupe sports, married with children = Sedan, married with more children plus maid = MPV.

    Hey, it's Friday can't blame me right, setting everyone in the good mood.

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    With child & maid - Rickshaw
    With parents, child & maid... - Up the lorry (ki chia)

    For anything else... there is public transport...
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