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post #85066 of 109053
I actually dig the way those look darty. You might have fond memories of the shoes when they were new, but if I saw those randomly on the street, I think my reaction would be positive. The key is that it's an even smattering of dirt and not, say, a malevich-esque splotch of hamburger sludge
post #85067 of 109053
I just saw this acquaintance of mine wearing a sweatshirt from this label called Boy London with an eagle that looks exactly like the Nazi Party Eagle emblazoned on the front. Trying to reappropriate fascist iconography seems like an unwise decision.

Here's the comparison:

post #85068 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

I actually dig the way those look darty. You might have fond memories of the shoes when they were new, but if I saw those randomly on the street, I think my reaction would be positive. The key is that it's an even smattering of dirt and not, say, a malevich-esque splotch of hamburger sludge

I hate it when my shoes get darty, especially when the darts start sticking into my feet. It's usually my fault for walking in front of the dartboard, though.
post #85069 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

I just saw this acquaintance of mine wearing a sweatshirt from this label called Boy London with an eagle that looks exactly like the Nazi Party Eagle emblazoned on the front. Trying to reappropriate fascist iconography seems like an unwise decision.

Here's the comparison:

Well damn....that's especially funny because I always seeing hoards of asians wearing it at my school.

post #85070 of 109053
To say you're into fashion and disregard asians is the stupid shit you could ever do. Asianswear is not only more important than menswear but is far more innovative. Plus, once you really develop some level of taste you can cross dress like a mortal Jesus - a la Big Bang. If you stick to menswear and only menswear you're doing yourself a disservice.
post #85071 of 109053
I want those shiny silver Pierre hardy hi tops but not for 800 bucks. a little too much for costume we arm doh!
post #85072 of 109053
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To say you're into fashion and disregard asians is the stupid shit you could ever do. Asianswear is not only more important than menswear but is far more innovative. Plus, once you really develop some level of taste you can cross dress like a mortal Jesus - a la Big Bang. If you stick to menswear and only menswear you're doing yourself a disservice.

So non-sensical I truly can't believe you took the time out of your life to post this.  My mind is continually blown by how much this site cares about my thoughts, you all make me feel so special :')

post #85073 of 109053
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

I hate it when my shoes get darty, especially when the darts start sticking into my feet. It's usually my fault for walking in front of the dartboard, though.

it's better to distract dart players with wild hand motions than with cartwheels
post #85074 of 109053
Speaking of digressions, ridiculous shoe owners: How do you deal with ridiculous squeaking? These Margielas are squeaky. Very, very squeaky. Foul sirens at my heels. They herald my entry to fine dining establishments long before I squeak across the threshhold; they draw stares and laughter and opprobrium. Will the squeaking fade with time? Can I treat the rubber or the leather? Is this all just a joke played on me by the Maison?

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Thank you.
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Edited by noob in 89 - 10/11/13 at 2:42pm
post #85075 of 109053
my vag sneaks make squishy noises too. it is mildly annoying
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post #85077 of 109053
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Originally Posted by BreezyBirch View Post

my vag sneaks make squishy noises too.

i believe that is called queefing
post #85078 of 109053
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Originally Posted by noob View Post

Speaking of digressions, ridiculous shoe owners: How do you deal with ridiculous squeaking? These Margielas are squeaky. Very, very squeaky. Foul sirens at my heels. They herald my entry to fine dining establishments long before I squeak across the threshhold; they draw stares and laughter and opprobrium. Will the squeaking fade with time? Can I treat the rubber or the leather? Is this all just a joke played on me by the Maison?
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Thank you.
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They seem fairly new.....and this is a problem I've had before, it goes away with wear.

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post #85080 of 109053
I feel like Replacing the buttons on my shirts to press studs. I remember Nanamica / White Mountaineering having those, is it actually better than traditional buttons?
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