Ah back to this. Shrug, grizzlybear... I think you and I get very different things out of clothes and I think you are making a lot of assumptions about what I do, how I do it and why I do it.
I like cool shit so I acquire cool shit and sometimes I wear it. I do this with other things too... like audio gear, cigars, pot smoking devices, cookware. Blah blah. I enjoy practicing the art of consumption.
There's no more gratification sought or garnered other than that Anyway advice heard, but I've decided not to take it. Thanks anyway!
Some people don't prioritize fitness or improving their body image. Fine, whatever, that's their choice. But on a forum where people get off to an outfit's silhouette, it's not unreasonable to suggest someone wear clothes that compliment the body they do have. It's perfectly fine here to tell someone they have stumpy legs, which they have no control over, but if you point out that someone is overweight... well that's just offensive. I don't get it.
And abraxis, the above comment is irrespective of you or any comments made towards you earlier.
Originally Posted by colabear
You guys thinking Abraxis is fat is making me laugh and angry at the same time. I mean if he is fat then what am I?
I see pant fits here with droopy-diaper crotches and like people here praise them because they are a certain Pier Poo Poo aesthetics but in actuality doesn't look good on the body. And then you see someone wearing pants with a relaxed fit from Banana Republic that looks average but comfortable to the wearer and it's ridiculed because of the brand and I think it's biased.
lol its scumbag because...? just because they (or you) are too lazy to LEARN how to strength train and have good nutrition habits to look and feel better instead of some instant gratification in the form of expensive clothing doesn't make me a scumbag, like i said before just because you go to the gym does not mean you know what you are doing. It was semi constructive criticism to abraxis and everyone else that feels the need to be included.
Just keep the boring body-building (and body-shaming) stuff off this thread.