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post #70201 of 97701
I'm angry at people reciting stupid socially conditioned rules about fucking clothing.

If mint ain't appropriate then how the fuck is periwinkle or lavender or whatever the fuck you call it.
post #70202 of 97701
How do I "like" the last comment?
post #70203 of 97701
Double post
post #70204 of 97701
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

I'm angry at people reciting stupid socially conditioned rules about fucking clothing.
If mint ain't appropriate then how the fuck is periwinkle or lavender or whatever the fuck you call it.
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Originally Posted by myk7000 View Post

How do I "like" the last comment?


Your blog features "rules of style" on its first page though...

post #70205 of 97701
Knew someone was going to say that smile.gif

Personally, I think knowing the rules of style is important, as it allows you to dress appropriately when you need/want to.

However, following those rules isn't nearly as important. If you like mint pants, wear the shit out of them, even if the rule is that you shouldn't wear mint pants with *insert color* shoes, or *insert color* tops. Shows you're confident enough to do so, despite knowing what is "socially acceptable."

What I like is someone showing me what is indeed socially acceptable. Not the taunts from people who claim you have to do it that way, or else you'll never get laid, flunk your classes, lose your job, and die in a fire.
post #70206 of 97701
What you're saying is incredibly counter-intuitive.
Rules are the norm for the general public, and not following them doesn't give insight to whether or not you "know" what is socially acceptable or not. Based on your appearance, many people could assume that you don't know the rules to which you speak of.

The last paragraph just makes no sense to at all.

Let me get this straight:

1) you encourage to people to know (but not follow) the rules, and know what is "socially acceptable"
2) but what you like the best is to have people show you what is indeed socially acceptable
3) which (based on your explanation) implies that you like people to show you what the definition of socially acceptable is; i.e. following all the rules.

facepalm.gif
post #70207 of 97701
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

why are all courier services fucking criminals

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Originally Posted by zissou View Post

I went to the local UPS center to pick up the package and the woman tells me that I might want to check it because "it was a little wet". So, I open the package right in front of her and the jacket inside was soaking wet. Instead of returning it as damaged, the fuckers were just going to say that I refused it, making the return my fault rather than theirs.

Having worked for a courier, it's not the couriers, it's the managers/owner/agents who are fuck tards.

For reference: on an average Monday I had a 130 stops with in a 7 hours window (that's 1 every 3.2 minute) and the boss meant it was the drivers fault, if there was any issues or the drivers couldn't make it.

I haven't worked for them for years, but I still have issues with them about getting my money.


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Originally Posted by jet View Post

I get angry hearing stuff like this.


I love ignorant people and the shit they say.
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

http://www.styleforum.net/t/103988/tres-bien-shop/450_50#post_6004471
hundred bucks says this assclown will be copping cps a year from now and code begging

I was just about to post, after having checked the TBS thread I now fully understand why their customer service rep, is an idiot.
post #70208 of 97701
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Originally Posted by Suicmez View Post

What you're saying is incredibly counter-intuitive.
Rules are the norm for the general public, and not following them doesn't give insight to whether or not you "know" what is socially acceptable or not. Based on your appearance, many people could assume that you don't know the rules to which you speak of.
The last paragraph just makes no sense to at all.
Let me get this straight:
1) you encourage to people to know (but not follow) the rules, and know what is "socially acceptable"
2) but what you like the best is to have people show you what is indeed socially acceptable
3) which (based on your explanation) implies that you like people to show you what the definition of socially acceptable is; i.e. following all the rules.
facepalm.gif

Knowing the rules means you can execute on them whenever you want. Whether you decide to or not is not my choice to make, but yours entirely. I say do what you want and be your own man, but if you want to learn the rules, I'll do what I can to provide them for you in my best ability.
post #70209 of 97701
oh my god, shut up!
post #70210 of 97701
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Originally Posted by Guy Burgess View Post

oh my god, shut up!

now, now...

post #70211 of 97701
lol

more fashun gems from style guru myk7000:
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It’s so interesting… I put this outfit together on a whim based on how I felt (wanted some comfort and warmth), but it looks like every item I’m wearing is kind of a “trend” item. The chunky shawl collar cardigan has been the thing to wear this winter, the colors burgundy (or oxblood as many like to call it) & olive green are prime colors for Fall/Winter 2012, and cargo pants have only recently begun to become popular again in mainstream fashion. Maybe I gotta take it easy on the fashion trends!

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I’ve seen it a million times. Guys wearing all-pitch-black getups. Uniform combination of black shoes, black shirt, black jeans, black jacket, black watch, black scarf and black rimmed glasses. So yes, black is cool, and it’s especially appropriate during fall and winter.

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A classic man would always wear socks, a trendy man will ditch them from time to time (or wear really short socks like I currently am). I’ll go trendy here on this otherwise classic outfit.

A classic man wears wool trousers. A trendy man wears cargo pants. Why not both?

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As many of you may know, SF is a pretty hip city. A year ago, I lived in the Mission District, and found that my attire stuck out like a sore thumb, mainly because I wasn’t wearing handmade scarves, cardigans, plaid, handlebar mustaches, and chrome bags.

Well today, I needed to go to the Mission to get some drinks with friends, so I thought it would be fun to put a little hipster flare into my outfit. (IE: cardigan, thick rimmed glasses, no socks, cuffed jeans).


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Shoes: Simple (all organic company, just like them hipsters like it)
post #70212 of 97701
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Originally Posted by diniro View Post

lol
more fashun gems from style guru myk7000:




post #70213 of 97701
parted ways with my toj dr as i felt it was a size too big. now im on the hunt for a new leather. thinking about a rick highneck in dust/cream or some sort of red toj. think a rick would work better as my neck is quite long which is the reason i always wore a scarf with my toj.

i pretty much only wear black/grey/white/dark blue denim. here is a pic of my footwear on a very ugly carpet.

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HELP!
Edited by hipster - 12/27/12 at 5:10am
post #70214 of 97701

Boxing Day was pretty fail at best.

post #70215 of 97701
You guys are vicious
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