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post #83281 of 98823
I know varsities have been done to death, but I like this in all wool.

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http://www.fransboonestore.com/store/Brands-Men/golden-bear/golden-bear-x-frans-boone-varsity-jacket-claremont-melton-navy
post #83282 of 98823
I had a dream last night where I impulse bought a ToJ wool ma-1 because B!CD kept elbowing me in the ribs saying c'moooooon like Homer Simpson or something. All of this happened inside a store called Lolita Lolita, directly after a conversation with a lesbian life guru in which she convinced me that yes, it's okay to treat oneself every now and then while in the process of doing great work for the world. So fucking strange.
post #83283 of 98823
Fascinating. Let me show you to my couch.

First and foremost - the store. Lolita Lolita - and enclosed space; yonic, a source of comfort. The jacket - MA-1, a longing for the phallus, a source of bestowed masculinity and a form of protection against the world on the outside of the warmth of the store. The lesbian life coach is a reflection of your own conflicted sexualilty, the feminine aspect of your being expressing love and understanding of your masculine desires. The desire to great work for the world; the expressions of the ego, the desire to be recognized; in effect, what we locate here is the Oedipal desire of all adolescent males. B!CD represents me.
post #83284 of 98823
i just made the margiela converse collab, nbd



the ones in the back are the outside and front are the insides if u know what i mean. aalso they are handpainted, imperfect, and no two pairs are the same. deterioration to ugliness will happen with wear and is an intentional aspect of the design, suede will likely rip
post #83285 of 98823
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

Fascinating. Let me show you to my couch.

First and foremost - the store. Lolita Lolita - and enclosed space; yonic, a source of comfort. The jacket - MA-1, a longing for the phallus, a source of bestowed masculinity and a form of protection against the world on the outside of the warmth of the store. The lesbian life coach is a reflection of your own conflicted sexualilty, the feminine aspect of your being expressing love and understanding of your masculine desires. The desire to great work for the world; the expressions of the ego, the desire to be recognized; in effect, what we locate here is the Oedipal desire of all adolescent males. B!CD represents me.

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But really I just laughed my ass off
post #83286 of 98823
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No? They measure 35", and stretch an inch? I don't want them tight, but I hate belts.

I have a 35" waist too and I'm a 31 in most RRL jeans, 32 at most. They fit big and stretch. I would get 32s.
post #83287 of 98823
living in the south sucks because it's fucking hot all the time. even in our 'winter' there's only a month where it's truly cold enough to wear warm clothes.
post #83288 of 98823
I may be moving to Dallas for a year next year.... Dreading the weather.
post #83289 of 98823
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

Fascinating. Let me show you to me couch.

First and foremost - the store. Lolita Lolita - and enclosed space; yonic, a source of comfort. The jacket - MA-1, a longing for the phallus, a source of bestowed masculinity and a form of protection against the world on the outside of the warmth of the store. The lesbian life coach is a reflection of your own conflicted sexualilty, the feminine aspect of your being expressing love and understanding of your masculine desires. The desire to great work for the world; the expressions of the ego, the desire to be recognized; in effect, what we locate here is the Oedipal desire of all adolescent males. B!CD represents me.

Yes, precisely! And the store name: Lolita Lolita, borrowing the name of Nabokov's Lolita, whose protagonist is similarly name-squared: Humbert Humbert. Given who's literary inclinations, the store name is no coincidence. Humbert is an obsessive older man (masculine desires) infatuated with a young girl (feminine aspect), but the age difference, if we assume who identifies more with Humbert than Lo, reverses the Oedipal arrangement. But in the novel, the adult of the pair is not only caregiver but also despoiler. This detail demonstrates unequivocally who's conflicted sexuality, which wants to preserve even as it destroys, his superego and id at battle in the ego. And the object of this struggle: the MA-1, representing masculinity, yes, but also protective, warm, cocoon-like, as the womb, a sort of man-womb if you will, into which who wishes to take shelter...
post #83290 of 98823
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I have a 35" waist too and I'm a 31 in most RRL jeans, 32 at most. They fit big and stretch. I would get 32s.

Thighs though, I have a 34 and 32s are a bit tight thigh wise already
post #83291 of 98823
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Yes, precisely! And the store name: Lolita Lolita, borrowing the name of Nabokov's Lolita, whose protagonist is similarly name-squared: Humbert Humbert. Given who's literary inclinations, the store name is no coincidence. Humbert is an obsessive older man (masculine desires) infatuated with a young girl (feminine aspect), but the age difference, if we assume who identifies more with Humbert than Lo, reverses the Oedipal arrangement. But in the novel, the adult of the pair is not only caregiver but also despoiler. This detail demonstrates unequivocally who's conflicted sexuality, which wants to preserve even as it destroys, his superego and id at battle in the ego. And the object of this struggle: the MA-1, representing masculinity, yes, but also protective, warm, cocoon-like, as the womb, a sort of man-womb if you will, into which who wishes to take shelter...

Excellent! Lolita lolita, in rhythmic intonation, again suggests the beating of a heart, the presence of an enveloping consciousness. In effect, a return to the womb, conflicting with a desire to protect oneself against it: the MA-1, in addition to being an oedipal reflection and ersatz phallus, is furthermore a mode of rebellion: birth, in this case, comes with the adoption of the phallic symbol. What is most perplexing is that the symbol itself is a womb; in escaping the cthonic monstrosity of his mother's presence, Who is, in effect, searching for a masculine surrogate. It has become clear to me that there's no hope for him.
post #83292 of 98823
LIVE THIS WEEKEND AT THE OEDIPUS HAUS

A brutal noise/metal/drone matinee featuring

ERSATZ PHALLUS (ex MA-1)
CTHONIC MONSTROSITY (members of HR GEIGER COUNTER)
DESPOILER
and
LESBIAN LIFE COACH (new 7" out now on FEMININE ASPECT RECORDS)

2pm
$7
$2 with donation of canned food
post #83293 of 98823
Holy shit! LOL
post #83294 of 98823
no... hope?

ersatz phallus?


cthonic monstrosities??





...Nabokov???




DOC I NEED A DRINK STAT
post #83295 of 98823
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

Excellent! Lolita lolita, in rhythmic intonation, again suggests the beating of a heart, the presence of an enveloping consciousness. In effect, a return to the womb, conflicting with a desire to protect oneself against it: the MA-1, in addition to being an oedipal reflection and ersatz phallus, is furthermore a mode of rebellion: birth, in this case, comes with the adoption of the phallic symbol. What is most perplexing is that the symbol itself is a womb; in escaping the cthonic monstrosity of his mother's presence, Who is, in effect, searching for a masculine surrogate. It has become clear to me that there's no hope for him.

Hermaphroditus standing at the edge of the pool, despairing, asking over and over the one question...'who?'
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