you know, i was always rooting for you since you took a lot of shit from assholes like jet and such. you did your own thing, had a thick skin, etc. cool, i thought the world can use more people like you.
im not trying to insult you here. im telling you to re-examine why you behave the way you do, since evidently dressing uniquely and taking shit for it immediately entitles you to act the way you do. its painfully obvious to everyone except yourself that your actions towards other people are 100% influenced by something as arbitrary as the clothes you wear.
now, that doesnt mean im talking about you telling someone joking about wearing A+F to eat a dick, im talking about the long-term psychological implications of having to defend yourself for being a minority of sorts. entitlement issues, persecution complex, increased interest in equality re: feminism, and other issues that have some relation to the injustices suffered by some demographic. reading your posts, its pretty evident your locus of control is highly external, and it shows in your behaviour.
just as drugs shape an addict, your lifestyle of choice has irreversibly influenced your personality. the fact that the clothes you wear and the image you have constructed for yourself have completely consumed your personality to the point of insulting someone for making a tongue-in-cheek comment regarding said image is pretty sad.
hey man, who am i to judge - we're both random internet persons. do what you want. you seem like a good dude, but for your own sake, you'd do well to examine the roots of your caustic behaviour.
i dont really see a need for a back-and-forth here, im just trying not to further threadshit macusers thread. even so, im expecting a reply laced with sarcasm and lols - maybe even just a single "lol" - and justifiably so, for this amateur shrink assessment. "lol" you say. "thanks for the psychological assessment, but you dont know me irl" you say. well, no, i dont. but if your online persona is any indication of how you act irl, people are shaking their heads at you - and not because of the way you look.
My mom just told me my W+H service boots are weird and look like "elf shoes". While delivering this commentary, she had on her feet hot pink crocks which I had no idea she owned until today. So I pointed out that her pink crocks look like "smurf shoes" designed for a Neanderthal little girl. She acts surprised I might say this and responds, "What?! They're crocks!! Everybody's wearing them!" Common ESFJ attitude about clothing. That someone like her would openly adopt crocks is revealing of the status they must enjoy among many as being "normal". Being seen by others as "normal" matters greatly to the ESFJ.