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Dark Inner Thighs how to prevent them?
Recently, I've been noticing a discoloration on my inner thigh area (like a light brown color). I've heard that what causes this is the friction from your skin rubbing like when wearing tight jeans or wearing briefs instead of boxers. I wore boxers since junior high but I started wearing briefs a few years ago when my gut started getting big and my boxers would just fall off because of it. Thoughts about it?
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Originally Posted by colabear View Post

Dark Inner Thighs how to prevent them?
Recently, I've been noticing a discoloration on my inner thigh area (like a light brown color). I've heard that what causes this is the friction from your skin rubbing like when wearing tight jeans or wearing briefs instead of boxers. I wore boxers since junior high but I started wearing briefs a few years ago when my gut started getting big and my boxers would just fall off because of it. Thoughts about it?


yeah, lose weight.

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I feel like I've finally come upon the same wall that other SF members have come to before me: I can't tell what direction I want to go with my aesthetic. I've usually been drawn towards a Schneider/Ute Ploier/etc sort of look, but I've recently picked up some more Ervell pieces, and it makes me want to just wear faded jeans and Ervell shirts. And I also have some more aggressive pieces (Siki Im, Plokhov) that I like to wear, but I'm not sure they fit with my overall look. Conflicted as to what I should do I guess.

Also...anyone know of any non-baller hidden placket short sleeve shirts? Want to get some basic ones for summer, but can't seem to find anything (or someone sell me some UU hidden placket shirts in a medium and I'll have my fiance's mom take off the sleeves smile.gif )
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yeah, lose weight.

I don't think it's just being overweight though.

apparently, not many of you have dealt with this issue or have seen a discoloration of the inner thighs. Should I post a visual?
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Originally Posted by ChetB View Post
Worse are the weirdly non-equidistant back pockets.:facepalm: 

 

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Not sure how, since there was no extra fabric, but my tailor managed to make these Margiela jeans wearable again. Not perfect, but much better. :satisfied:

 

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Edited by ChetB - 4/19/14 at 5:25pm
post #94537 of 109053
Non-RFT: Happy Easter!

A friend of mine has his birthday today, and informed me that Easter, Orthodox Easter, and 4/20 won't come together again (like they do today) for another 76 years.

So Regis, Moo, and Graphic Novelty can all come together eat some ham and kielbasa. Then go smoke a phatty!
Edited by Biggskip - 4/20/14 at 5:45am
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420 praze it

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I've found it pretty much impossible to find a small, thin wallet that holds all three of the things that I actually use on a daily basis: coins, bills, and cards.  This is the only one I've found that meets all the requirements, but it's not ideal.  The store I found this wallet at also hilariously sells a bullwhip, and props go to the first person who can work that into their wardrobe.

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I've found it pretty much impossible to find a small, thin wallet that holds all three of the things that I actually use on a daily basis: coins, bills, and cards.  This is the only one I've found that meets all the requirements, but it's not ideal.  The store I found this wallet at also hilariously sells a bullwhip, and props go to the first person who can work that into their wardrobe.

Is this one of those things where you can only choose two out of three?
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No, two out of three wallets are common and if I was willing to compromise I would have done so already.  I want to keep all of my stuff in one place for ease of carrying.

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Originally Posted by deadAngle View Post

I've found it pretty much impossible to find a small, thin wallet that holds all three of the things that I actually use on a daily basis: coins, bills, and cards.  This is the only one I've found that meets all the requirements, but it's not ideal.  The store I found this wallet at also hilariously sells a bullwhip, and props go to the first person who can work that into their wardrobe.
it all boils down to what you consider "small" & "thin", otherwise its all based on perception

my wife has struggled over years on this same issue, she has gone through countless wallets, obviously we're not talking the same size wallets here so her choices/experiences really cant help but in order to get any efficient fb/help/suggestions we need measurements, ideally peak tolerance measurements, and even then its still a crapshoot because there's the "how do the coins stack inside the coin pouch" issue, and the "is it a flap snap or zipper coin pocket" issue, so yeah....
post #94543 of 109053
Design something custom to fit your needs from someone like April in Paris.
post #94544 of 109053
never understood the need for a wallet. i have 3 cards i carry loose in my pocket, and thats it.
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never understood the need for a wallet. i have 3 cards i carry loose in my pocket, and thats it.

I live in a city and many places don't take cards.


Additionally, if I'm at a bar, why would I wait for them to bring my card back and sign or why would I start a tab that I'm likely to forget to close at some point. Cash is just easier for shenanigans.

I also throw all my change into a jar at home everyday. I hate loose coins.

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