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post #97021 of 98864
Milk tea is good. Those boba balls though, not so much.

I would be so annoyed wearing a bracelet and watch on the same arm.
post #97022 of 98864
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Originally Posted by g transistor View Post


lol why don't you drive away in your yellow honda civic with stock spoiler and those mini ceramic ninja bobbleheads on the dashboard to get some boba tea

 

LOL

post #97023 of 98864
My Margiela weekender will always be part of my travels. The detail put into it still impresses me even today. I can extend the zipper to make more room and the hidden compartments always come in handy

I don't really like the style of globetrotter luggage (closest thing I'll get to something Margiela with wheels since they had a collab) so I've developed a small obsession with Valextra. Love their Havana with teal green trim and I'm thinking about one of their small trolleys in Havana since I love the passport holder/wallet. Of course this takes a lot of thought since its a cheap and affordable 7K

I like to travel light and stay away from anything wheeled, I prefer to carry my items either on my shoulder or in my hand. I don't trust anyone but myself with my luggage....thinking of breaking this rule for Valextra

This would be my ideal line up/set for life. Can't go full Valextra though need that Margiela




Edit: I don't like planes, but if I do have to deal with them, carry on is all I do. Like I said I don't trust anyone with my luggage
post #97024 of 98864
Ronaldo has the worst fashion sense in soccer.. Pack up your D&G belts and head back to Europe. I saw some player in BBS and Rick, think he was from the Betherlands, trying to see where I found the picture
post #97025 of 98864

I was in nyc for a few days (and hung out with @GraphicNovelty for a bit), and today I saw a woman wearing a belt with a huge H on it (hermes). I legit laughed while I walked by her.

post #97026 of 98864
why would you laugh at somebody for wearing a belt you don't like.... sounds so douchey
post #97027 of 98864
Laughing mostly at his haircut, belt comes second, soccer ability 3rd
post #97028 of 98864
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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post

My Margiela weekender will always be part of my travels. The detail put into it still impresses me even today. I can extend the zipper to make more room and the hidden compartments always come in handy

I don't really like the style of globetrotter luggage (closest thing I'll get to something Margiela with wheels since they had a collab) so I've developed a small obsession with Valextra. Love their Havana with teal green trim and I'm thinking about one of their small trolleys in Havana since I love the passport holder/wallet. Of course this takes a lot of thought since its a cheap and affordable 7K

I like to travel light and stay away from anything wheeled, I prefer to carry my items either on my shoulder or in my hand. I don't trust anyone but myself with my luggage....thinking of breaking this rule for Valextra

This would be my ideal line up/set for life. Can't go full Valextra though need that Margiela




Edit: I don't like planes, but if I do have to deal with them, carry on is all I do. Like I said I don't trust anyone with my luggage

 

I like how every time you buy non-margiela you sort-of apologize for it. ha ha

post #97029 of 98864
Google Glass now for sale on mr porter, waiting for the end of season 90% discount.
post #97030 of 98864
Ronaldo's whiny cry baby antics come first for me
post #97031 of 98864
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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post

My Margiela weekender will always be part of my travels. The detail put into it still impresses me even today. I can extend the zipper to make more room and the hidden compartments always come in handy


I don't really like the style of globetrotter luggage (closest thing I'll get to something Margiela with wheels since they had a collab) so I've developed a small obsession with Valextra. Love their Havana with teal green trim and I'm thinking about one of their small trolleys in Havana since I love the passport holder/wallet. Of course this takes a lot of thought since its a cheap and affordable 7K


I like to travel light and stay away from anything wheeled, I prefer to carry my items either on my shoulder or in my hand. I don't trust anyone but myself with my luggage....thinking of breaking this rule for Valextra


This would be my ideal line up/set for life. Can't go full Valextra though need that Margiela





Edit: I don't like planes, but if I do have to deal with them, carry on is all I do. Like I said I don't trust anyone with my luggage

I like how every time you buy non-margiela you sort-of apologize for it. ha ha

I fucking hate it when I want something and later find out Margiela doesn't make it satisfied.gif
post #97032 of 98864
Ronaldo vs Nigel del Jong (NL)


post #97033 of 98864
^ Ronaldo dresses like the classic gay dude, way too tight with a lot of garish branding.



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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

Was that 30 minutes within the EU?  I can't imagine how you could do that outside the Eurozone.  I mean, customs and re-security, even if you are speeded through, takes 15-20 minutes.  If you are just doing a connection without any of that, I once did 20 minutes within the US.  And that was also getting a boarding pass for a new flight.  My graduate student and I literally sprinted a few hundred meters with our luggage, plus some scientific cameras, from one end of a terminal, to another, with a sharp right hand turn.  In retrospect, I have no idea why we were in such a rush to get to nowhere, Florida.

I don't know how us carriers work (never been), but I get my boarding passes via email and print them out at home or use an app, so it's not really an issue and being a european national, I can pretty much walk through customs like it wasn't there, when entering/re entering a european country from anywhere in the world.

The only issue I've had, was having to go through security 2 times, at the same airport, once upon arrival? and once entering the international terminal.
post #97034 of 98864

nigel de jong is the last player I'd think to dress well.

post #97035 of 98864
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nigel de jong is the last player I'd think to dress well.

I think his wife is a stylist, heh
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