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post #91 of 106
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Originally Posted by adidasfan View Post
actually i hate jersey shore.

i dress well most of the time but Ed Hardy has its place in the fashion landscape.

if i want to go to a nightclub in San Diego or Orange County that is gonna be
full of while people as a Asian (Indian) i need to convey to the
white people that I am fun...so i picked up a pair of jeans and shirt by Ed Hardy
and I have to admit as much as I hate Ed Hardys stuff (in general) his cloths
make me look like i belong in these clubs.

i like going to Decos, Voyuer, Altitude and a few other clubs in San Diego and
by looking like a typical client i get in these clubs...that wasn't always the case
before.

I wanna take your D&G sheild frame sunglasses and scratch them up so you cant see out of them and then maybe write you an angry letter is RED INK so you really get the idea. you suck.
the way you namedrop random clubs no one cares to associate with here make me shudder to think of how you talk in real life.
post #92 of 106
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Indian cricketers

lol tendulkar and harbhajan wear ed hardy?

i mean, i would have guessed Yuvraj, but not Sachin.

they need to fire their stylist.
post #93 of 106
i used to hate ed hardy, until i found a tee that i really liked. People who hate on people just because of what they wear are equally, if not more despicable as those who wear something because of "the brand".
post #94 of 106
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Originally Posted by adidasfan View Post
actually i hate jersey shore.

i dress well most of the time but Ed Hardy has its place in the fashion landscape.

if i want to go to a nightclub in San Diego or Orange County that is gonna be
full of while people as a Asian (Indian) i need to convey to the
white people that I am fun...so i picked up a pair of jeans and shirt by Ed Hardy
and I have to admit as much as I hate Ed Hardys stuff (in general) his cloths
make me look like i belong in these clubs.

i like going to Decos, Voyuer, Altitude and a few other clubs in San Diego and
by looking like a typical client i get in these clubs...that wasn't always the case
before.

Not that I'm trying to top you in douchiness or anything, but I love that you're name dropping clubs/bars like they're the coolest thing in town, yet you can get in wearing a t-shirt. What the Hell planet are you on..

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Originally Posted by Lane View Post
that's pretty pathetic that you are dressing for others and not for yourself. I also find it really hard to believe you would need to wear Ed hardy to get into a club....but I guess OC has a tremendous amount of douchebags.

Uncalled for. I think most people dress for others. If you have ever posted in WAYW, you care what people think. Most don't admit it, but it's still not fair to call it "pathetic."



PS I <3 this thread. Need pics of "No Regrets" shirt so I can concede that Ed Hardy makes something cool lolololol.
post #95 of 106
Ed Hardy is one of the brands I hate the most. One funny thing though, is many think they're stylish because they wear it.
post #96 of 106
Here is a review of your favorite "club" [read: bar] Altitude from Yelp posted by Albert W.: - A dress code doesn't seem to be enforced here and some people come pretty sloppy. That's you, Mr. SweetEdHardyT-Shirt
post #97 of 106
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Originally Posted by nycfan View Post
i used to hate ed hardy, until i found a tee that i really liked. People who hate on people just because of what they wear are equally, if not more despicable as those who wear something because of "the brand".

IMHO, I don't think adidasfan would have caught as much heat from other SF members if he was simply trying to defending the Ed Hardy brand. It was more likely his line of reasoning for wearing Ed Hardy, even though he claim to dislike the brand, and his attempt of name dropping these local clubs to justify why he has to wear it. As an Asian myself, I find it really quite sad that he felt that he has to dress a certain way in order to "convey to the white people" that he is "fun". A comment like that just screams insecurity and an abnormally desperate need of acceptance to me.
post #98 of 106
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Originally Posted by nycfan View Post
i used to hate ed hardy, until i found a tee that i really liked. People who hate on people just because of what they wear are equally, if not more despicable as those who wear something because of "the brand".

let me guess, you wear eh?
post #99 of 106
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Originally Posted by Made in California View Post
Uncalled for. I think most people dress for others. If you have ever posted in WAYW, you care what people think. Most don't admit it, but it's still not fair to call it "pathetic."
I have no plans to. However, it is quite pathetic to willingly put on something you DISLIKE in order to gain acceptance by a group of people.
post #100 of 106
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Originally Posted by nycfan View Post
i used to hate ed hardy, until i found a tee that i really liked. People who hate on people just because of what they wear are equally, if not more despicable as those who wear something because of "the brand".

don't think anyone here would hate someone exclusively for wearing ed hardy. it's generally a case of simply hating what they wear. are you honestly arguing that ed hardy doesn't have a pretty generalizable clientele, though?
post #101 of 106
To be fair, Ed Hardy people typically are folks who KNOW they aren't stylish and are making an (albeit poor) attempt to be relevant and covering it up with false confidence. Whats worse than Ed Hardy are guys who wear polo shirts with the collar up. Those guys seriously think they are fashion gurus and walk with their noses up in their Tom Ford lookalike aviators.
post #102 of 106
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Originally Posted by nycfan View Post
i used to hate ed hardy, until i found a tee that i really liked. People who hate on people just because of what they wear are equally, if not more despicable as those who wear something because of "the brand".

They don't get the hate because they wear Ed Hardy. They get the hate because of the type of person that Ed Hardy unfortunately stereotypes. The people who wear Ed Hardy wear it not because they like it, but solely because of the social gains they believe they receive from it...sort of like our asian/indian hybrid friend above.
post #103 of 106
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Originally Posted by sharks9022 View Post
They don't get the hate because they wear Ed Hardy. They get the hate because of the type of person that Ed Hardy unfortunately stereotypes. The people who wear Ed Hardy wear it not because they like it, but solely because of the social gains they believe they receive from it...sort of like our asian/indian hybrid friend above.

I'm the opposite, I dislike people expressly for wearing Ed Hardy. It's tacky bullshit, and it goes out of its way to be tacky bullshit. If you wore a Monarchy t-shirt, or a Dom Rebel t-shirt, or one of those hoodies with a serious-looking Daffy Duck counting out hundred dollar bills, I would have the same reaction.
post #104 of 106
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Originally Posted by nycfan View Post
i used to hate ed hardy, until i found a tee that i really liked. .

thats exactly what happened to me.

i hated Ed Hardy and never understood why people buy it..and i still dont.

until i found 1 tshirt and 1 pair of jeans that i just fell in love with.

ill have to post the pics and find out what others think but most of my friends
hate Ed Hardy as well except for the tshirt i got even they want it.
post #105 of 106
oh jesus
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