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post #3496 of 100892
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Originally Posted by chronoaug View Post
Give me ideas for halloween costumes. I needz them. The fortune teller thing ain't bad. Maybe i should start a thread in general chat or something

I'm going as the same thing I went as for the last two Halloweens...



How can you improve on perfection?
post #3497 of 100892
Call me shallow, but I don't really understand the thought processes that go into the choice of some of these male models. Seriously, they couldn't do any better than Ralph Wiggum here?
post #3498 of 100892
haha totally can see you as that.
post #3499 of 100892
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Originally Posted by BubblyMasquerade View Post
haha totally can see you as that.

I've been studying this video diligently:

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post #3500 of 100892
that top photo is just scary
post #3501 of 100892
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Originally Posted by goldfish12 View Post
that top photo is just scary

make sure you don't watch the video then lol
post #3502 of 100892
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
I've worn Charles Jourdans before.

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Chic:


C'est freak!
post #3503 of 100892
The guys from Jeans Bug in Yamagata sent me a follow up thank you for buying jeans from them, but I'm not quite sure what they are impying with this bit: "Since we are vegetarian, and will also thank you!" Oh, and I really shouldn't buy another item made from indigo denim for at least a year. Someone shoot me if I do.
post #3504 of 100892
i miss veronique.
post #3505 of 100892
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
3 Halloween parties, 3 costumes




My wife is considering going as lil Edie. Trying to talk her out of it
post #3506 of 100892
I'm tired of wearing jeans all the damn time.
post #3507 of 100892
I'm done shopping for cold weather gear, time to look forward to spring!
post #3508 of 100892
I am so excited 1 hour ago # 2049 dismalfuture postwhore joined: May 2006 location: bringing food and steez to the victims posts: 8,056 rep power: 1628 Current and future news at the Temple of Jawnz: -winter varsity IS coming out, with snaps, and all that you guys wanted. To increase wether-friendliness and overall durability, the newest iteration of the TOJ varsity jacket will be thick wool blend, 90/10 W/N, which is a thick firm-feeling alternative to the typical cheap 60/40 W/N melton wool that you guys typically see in varsities. It should be able to shrug a little bit of light snow or flurries off it. Sleeves will be a nice cowhide this time, thicker (about 2-3 times as thick as the TOJ0) and obviously heavier, and then the whole thing will be lined in cotton-faced insulated quilt, so it will have quite a bit more heft and thickness over the TOJ0. We will get striped trims for a few colors and then we'll have solids as before, this time chunky ribbed to match the season. It'll be tagged out as a TOJ piece and then we can offer all kinds of custom patches for a small surcharge (maybe $10 for letters and then we can offer some crazy chenille scripts for across running across the front or back, numbers, sleeve patches, etc for assorted pricing depending on kind and size. Chenille lettering pathes available in Engish, Chinese, or user-provided logos or languages as well. -Wool coat series, as I said, probably 3 things. Definitely a pea coat and a duffle, TOJ style. We will get samples run up within a week from now. I wanted to ask people who own TOJ0's and 1's who have experience being caught in the rain in the cashmere: how did it fare with moisture? I am tossing around the idea of black high-count (20-30%/70-80% C/W) cashmere blend for all 3 winter wool pieces, but it depends on what you guys think with regards to moisture and weatherproofness. Cash is obviously incredibly soft and looks amazing, but can you guys take care of it? It definitely would not be a Pea for rolling around making snow angels in, but it's gonna be the nicest affordable peacoat you'll ever see, if we go that way. It will be subtly leather trimmed and it will be aggressively cut, just don't read that to mean 'cropped' because it won't be. I want it to be your next generation of go-to winter coat. I've been using variations on the same curved sleeve design on my short casual jackets up until now; the TOJ0/1, the leathers, the Harrington, those have all had the same essential curved arm block that curves forward and out. This time, with the winter coats, I want to make the arms really elegant and have them curve both out from the body but ever so slightly curved inwards as well, you will see what I mean when I show you the sample, but I like 'living' clothes that look cool on the hanger too, so the winter coats will have the next-generation of TOJ sleeve cut. It'll be slim but it'll be big enough for everybody to fit into their true size. -We now have the ability to make a lot more stuff too, but we'll not talk about that until we've got some of the above work sorted and underway. It's gonna be a good month ahead though. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Temple of Jawnz Varsity team: don't drop your soap http://www.superfuture.com/supertalk...d.php?t=153094
post #3509 of 100892
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Originally Posted by kelvinsense View Post
lol not everyone treats grammar on a forum like a master's thesis calm down gravitas i'm sure dude knows english. Mauro is the only questionable one...
Sorry, but if you are going to hate on someone, at least do it properly, you know? Anyway, the amount of grammatical errors in the original statement just made my brain hurt. I mean, proper grammar isn't that hard to use. Oh, and i'm being Bjork for Halloween.
post #3510 of 100892
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Originally Posted by Gravitas View Post
Sorry, but if you are going to hate on someone, at least do it properly, you know? Anyway, the amount of grammatical errors in the original statement just made my brain hurt. I mean, proper grammar isn't that hard to use. Oh, and i'm being Bjork for Halloween.
You so very annoying! Shut fuck up already!!
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