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Topic: Check out these shirts!!!
Message: Posted by: Neznarf (Oct 15, 2006 02:38PM)
They might just remember the shirt and forget the entertainer.

These shirts are for show for sure!

http://www.samanthamo.com/shop/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=men&x=7&y=3

http://www.samanthamo.com/shop/index.php?cPath=67

http://www.samanthamo.com/shop/index.php?cPath=67_83

Also available on ebay.
Message: Posted by: Darkwing (Oct 17, 2006 11:17PM)
Neznarf,

I showed my wife the website a couple of months ago and asked her how I would look in some of those jackets and shirts. She just laughed and said if I showed up in some of the places I performed looking like that, I just might get beat up!!!!!

So much for that idea.

Personally I like the way they look, although they are a bit overwhelming.

David W.
Message: Posted by: Bill Nuvo (Oct 18, 2006 08:03AM)
The shirts are definately (in my opinion) not worth "looking" at. Very tacky.

On the other hand, besides having other fingers, the jackets against a black top and pants look a lot better.
Message: Posted by: airship (Oct 18, 2006 12:51PM)
What? No XXXXL's? :)
Message: Posted by: Stanyon (Oct 18, 2006 02:22PM)
Owww!! My eyes...my eyes!!


Cheers! ;)
Message: Posted by: gsidhe (Oct 18, 2006 02:55PM)
Sequins????
The last time I wore sequins was in a show where the costume designer thought it would look FABULOUS to glue sequins in a G-string pattern to the outside of a pair of blue silk pants.
So...I did the entire show with the audience staring at my sparkley crotch.
When I was down on the stage in front of a single spotlight as part of the act, it created a disco globe effect eminating from those regions.

We got a new costume designer.
Sequins BAD.
Gwyd
Message: Posted by: Bill Nuvo (Oct 18, 2006 11:37PM)
Gwyd! That is hilarious. Got any video of that?

The price for a bad designer $200.00
The price for the sequins $50.00

The look on Gwyd's face when he had to wear it....Priceless
Message: Posted by: LeeDillingham (Oct 19, 2006 09:49AM)
I think these may be more appropriate for Dancing With the Stars.
Message: Posted by: Daniel Faith (Oct 19, 2006 02:48PM)
Those are definitely flashy. I can see them working for some magicians.
They wouldn't be for me. That's for sure.
Message: Posted by: Al Angello (Oct 22, 2006 02:21PM)
Mr. Bill
You know in my younger days I spent six months in Nashville working in the sequen mines, but it gave me so many health issues I just had to quit.
Al Angello
Message: Posted by: gsidhe (Oct 25, 2006 02:10PM)
[quote]
On 2006-10-19 00:37, mrbilldentertainer wrote:
Gwyd! That is hilarious. Got any video of that?

The price for a bad designer $200.00
The price for the sequins $50.00

The look on Gwyd's face when he had to wear it....Priceless
[/quote]
No video...Thank the stars.
But I still have my memories...And they make me wake up screaming.
Gwyd
Message: Posted by: Matt Malinas (Oct 26, 2006 08:17AM)
Too much glitter.
I can't see myself wearing something like that.

-Matt
Message: Posted by: magicgraham (Oct 28, 2006 09:19AM)
Interesting, not for a stand up act but may still be ok for some flashy Vegas style illusion show.
Message: Posted by: yachanin (Oct 28, 2006 05:32PM)
Has disco made a comeback? Why didn't any one tell me!?

Regards, Steve
Message: Posted by: Darkwing (Oct 31, 2006 09:42PM)
[quote]
On 2006-10-22 15:21, Al Angello wrote:
Mr. Bill
You know in my younger days I spent six months in Nashville working in the sequen mines, but it gave me so many health issues I just had to quit.
Al Angello
[/quote]

Al,

Hey what the heck. Porter Wagner and Little Jimmy Dickens still look great in sequence cowboy outfits.

David W.
Message: Posted by: Bill Nuvo (Nov 1, 2006 12:48PM)
Disco never died!

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah Freak Out!

More More More. How do ya like it?

Burn Baby Burn. Disco Inferno.

ah ah ah ah. Stayin Alive, Stayin alive.

Cause I was born...born...born.............born to be alive.

Lay down and boogie and play that funky music till ya die!
Message: Posted by: Al Angello (Nov 1, 2006 01:21PM)
Darkwing
There were so many wierd side effects that I experienced working in the Tennessee sequen mines.

The first side effect was I got a hankerin to drink some moon shine.

I started liken grits, and gravy.

I wanted to eat chili dogs late at night.

Then Dolly Parton started looken real good to me.

The fifth, and scarest symptom of them all was, I wanted to sit in the stands at a NASCAR race to eat some dust, drink some beer, and smoke a whole pack of Winstons.

It was so bad that I had to run back to Pennsylvania for a cheese steak, and a canoli to snap out of it.

NO SEQUENS FOR ME THANK YOU
Al Angello
Message: Posted by: Darkwing (Nov 5, 2006 10:05PM)
[quote]
On 2006-11-01 14:21, Al Angello wrote:
Darkwing
There were so many wierd side effects that I experienced working in the Tennessee sequen mines.

The first side effect was I got a hankerin to drink some moon shine.

I started liken grits, and gravy.

I wanted to eat chili dogs late at night.

Then Dolly Parton started looken real good to me.

The fifth, and scarest symptom of them all was, I wanted to sit in the stands at a NASCAR race to eat some dust, drink some beer, and smoke a whole pack of Winstons.

It was so bad that I had to run back to Pennsylvania for a cheese steak, and a canoli to snap out of it.

NO SEQUENS FOR ME THANK YOU
Al Angello
[/quote]

Al,

You are a trip!!!!

Same here although;

1. Moonshine will make you sterile (considering some of the people I have known in the past, that might not be such a bad thing).

2. Grits are ok with cheese but gravy will kill you.

3. I never eat a chili dog after 10:00 PM CST, but it's ok after 10:00 PM CDT. Hey what can I say, Sonic stays open late in the summertime.

4. Dolly Parton, no comment. I alway hear the opening line of the song "The Sound of Music' when I see her. I have met her a couple of times and she is a truly genuine person.

5. No offense to the people who like NASCAR, but to me, I don't get it. To me it's 200 MPH and turn left. Now on the other hand, full contact cow tipping, it doesn't get better than that.

But Al, I have to admit, a cheese steak sounds real good right now. They go great with grits and sushi.

This town and Las Vegas would go bankrupt without sequens.


My Best to You,

David Williams
Message: Posted by: ToasterofDoom (Dec 29, 2006 11:20AM)
Wow. So those things aren't just in my nightmares...
Message: Posted by: SeaDawg (Dec 29, 2006 12:32PM)
SOME THINGS ARE JUST WRONG...

Disco was never right in the first place and the "Village People". I would be havin' some one "Kissin the gunners daughter" ( getting caned) if they ever even hinted that the Seadawg and Sequines should ever appear any where together).

Gwyd, hope you are recovering from that traumatic event. Could imagine it only being worse if you had to recite the "Barney" Song..... ARGHHHHHHHH!
Message: Posted by: Matthew W (Jan 10, 2007 04:30PM)
http://www.samanthamo.com/shop/product_info.php?products_id=768

I'd like one in short sleeves, that color and with out the sequins.

I actually think sequins are fine, as long as they aren't the whole outfit.
Message: Posted by: dove-boy (Apr 15, 2007 01:05PM)
I ordered a custom made, short sleeve sequined shirt in Black. I am surprised to find that the sequins for the shirt are Translucent! I can see through to the body and it cost me a lot of money.

I E-mailed Ms. Moo, but she replied that all her sequin shirt material is translucent. You can see through to the body, but website shows otherwise...Hmm, lesson learned for me :(
Message: Posted by: BondJames628 (Apr 25, 2007 09:35PM)
The jackets do seem sort of interesting. The only problem I see with them is too much distraction from the glare. In our business distracting the audience is without a doubt very important, yet this would just be darn annoying. Some material to cover the the majority of the sequins and leave an edge exposed might be a little more acceptable.

-Taylor Fox
Message: Posted by: Ethan the emazing (Apr 26, 2007 06:20PM)
My dog saw those and he fell over dead...