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The Unbearable Lightness of Being Spencer Aronfeld


Note the classic stance, the purposeful angle of the arms, the piercing stare and the hint of a saucy sway to the hips hidden by the broad pattern on the cloth of the custom tailored suit and the snug fit of the stylish single button jacket. All accented by the vines growing on the walls of the well-manicured estate.


European flair, evidenced by the goatee, subtitles and absence of the wedding ring.


Yesterday? Azure-Caribbean-Ocean-Blue-You've-Been-Sued. Today? Mango slacks and blue suede gucci loafers, sans socks. Can't touch this.


Dressed for success, a stranger in a strange land. Narrow pinstipes on the snugly fitting custom tailored stylish single button jacket.

Happy Friday.


Comments

  1. I love it. I fucking love it. You have upped SFL, Guest Blogger. Great job! "Can't touch this" reference was beast.

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  2. Justin Beiber's tiny weeweeFebruary 28, 2014 at 9:24 AM

    All Spencer all the time!

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  3. RE: Tom Ford Who?

    And here I thought SFL was cheeky!! Too funny!!

    Happy Friday, SFL, GB & GW.
    PS: Love the song.

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  4. Wheels up , rings off!

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  5. What % are you receiving for sending him so much business?

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  6. the jackets are looking a bit tight, no?

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  7. Too many pastelitos

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  8. You're out of your mind if you think this generates legal work.

    But keep it coming

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  9. Really really good stuff

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  10. The slim fit is not in. How dare this blog make a fashion statement without consulting the resident homo?

    I'm talking linens, grays, earthtones, and breezy fabrics. It's life goddamn it, not a funeral procession. And watch it ladies, one snap of my fingers and I'll raise your hemlines so high the world is your gynecologist.

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  11. Great Ab Fab reference GW!

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  12. "The resident homo...."

    The blog is en Fuego !

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  13. Only problem is that Spence has never actually been in court.

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  14. Wow, look how he dresses. I guess that means he must be quite an impressive trial attorney. Or a pathetic clown.

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  15. usual jealous SA haters, sniping from their boring, unfulfilled perches shoveling paper for people they despise

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  16. I have an emotional response to this 4:37, but I assure you it's not envy.

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  17. My head is exploding.

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  18. Director: "Quiet on the set!!! Spencer's World commercial one.
    Roll, we have speed, and....ACTION!"

    Spencer Aronfeld: (Dressed in a natty navy blue suit, yellow shirt, paisley blue tie, walking in the bright Florida sun shine outside of an imposing building that is obviously a court)

    "Hi! I'm Spencer Aronfeld, and if you want to be a lawyer, or just look like one, then I have the school for you. Spencer's World. At Spencer's World technical school, you will learn how to dress like a lawyer.
    Don't want to look like a lawyer, no problem, we have these fashion consultant training programs for you:
    The slutty young associate. A tight skirt and a plunging neckline do wonders for your career.

    The MILF court reporter. Divorced working moms need some loving too.

    The damsel in distress accident victim. Learn just how high that skirt can ride up when you tumble to the ground as a result of someone's negligence.

    And my personal favorite: Officer Naughty. Why officer Naughty, you look so sexy in your motorcycle cop leathers, and just what are you planning on doing with those handcuffs?

    At Spencer's World, we prepare you not just for the world, but for Spencer's World. So please call now, classes forming monthly. 1-800-dress-ups. "

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  19. Missssster Aronfeld...we have a rule. NO CAMERAS IN COURT.
    Dis doesn't look veeeeeerrrrry good for you Mr. Aronfeld. I am thinking of a rrrrrrrrule to show cause.

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  20. @730 pm...you're hired

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  21. This could be the best post of all time. And could include the best comments of all time. Amazing.

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  22. The Carnival cruise rep
    knew there would be trouble when Nick Nack showed up dressed to impress and ranting about dangerous sessions of the Electric Slide.

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  23. I'm thinking two ways to monetarize this phenomenon:
    1) Spencer Cam: Log on and chill watching your fav PI lawyer do his thing. Be with him while he's flirting with the barristas at Starbucks; watch him work out at Equiox, meet clients, schmmoze, and just be. 24 hours all Spencer. I'm thinking the price point is 19.95/month.

    2) From the producers of Duck Dynasty, Comes "Spencer Aronfeld, E-S-Q.: The lawyer of all reality TV"

    I can see selling time on Real TV or Discovery to sponsors like JC Penney, Sears, Kellogs, Office Depot, Apple, Sony, The Miami Marlins, Applebees (home of Spence's all time fav never ending chocolate fountain).

    There's money in dem dere Aronfelds.

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  24. Gold Rumpole, gold.

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  25. Anyone noticed that Aronfeld has 10k followers on instagram?

    Anything to make an old jew feel relevant.

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