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post #21211 of 117668
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Originally Posted by keredog View Post
Nah I see what you're getting at. I kind of did jump the gun by generalizing people here as expensive = automatically nice.

And if the Rick Owens style is to mess around with proportions and whatnot, that would explain Kunk's outfit, and why people would seem to appreciate it. I was just looking at his outfit in terms of traditional proportions.

In any case, I'm just satisfied I got an actual response to my question.

Silver lining: at least he got it, after three pages of
post #21212 of 117668
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Originally Posted by XenoX101 View Post
That's probably the single most conditional piece I've ever seen, could work if you lived in Alaska, though I realise this was more a joke post.
What the hell does this mean??? You think it only gets cold in Alaska?


Who makes the jacket? Looks fantastic.
post #21213 of 117668
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Originally Posted by kelvinsense View Post

What high tops are those Kelvin?
post #21214 of 117668
The cabourn space cocoon is warmer but this is pretty cool. Raf Simons, lots of velcro details. It's a size 36, ahahhaha. The shoes are patent mmm lows.
post #21215 of 117668
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Originally Posted by macuser3of5 View Post
obvious sock puppet.
It's Kent Money, he posted a fit. @retarded kunk discussion: i was playing super smash bros a few days ago and you know that movie donkey kong does where he just spins around and flattens asses, that's what kunk needs to do with his hulk arms and just crush the skulls of steezless trolls. Rick himself has always been a dude about fitness it only makes sense that kunk rock his shit like a champ.
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Originally Posted by kelvinsense View Post
Amazing, you and Synth (wearing megaman) need to walk down a street together collecting stares.
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Originally Posted by stinger70 View Post
Not exciting, but nice jeans fit and flattering to your body.
post #21216 of 117668
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Originally Posted by themselves View Post
please. it might look OK if krunk was 20, skinny, and angelically beautiful. but he's this short, beefy, practically middle-aged guy, who has the look of a carpenter or plumber, trying to shoehorn his body and his life into clothes he will never "fit"... it's sad, when you think about it.

ps: mar_r, what happened to you? you used to fit into jeans, then somehow you became more or less obese, almost overnight. one of the strangest transformations I've seen to date on this forum.

shut up
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I don't understand how anyone cat get enough out of the shitty blur of Kunk's photo to argue about?
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the guy hating on kunk re: looking short because of ones clothing ...I've never been able to totally understand this concept. Some people seem to totally dismiss people's fits, saying, "the proportions make you look like you're 5 feet tall" or something similar. Okay, sure... in the context of a photo where there's nobody else in the frame, and nothing like a door behind them to give an idea of scale. Is it even really worth mentioning? It seems like the only time you'd want your clothing to not make you look short is if you're getting your picture taken how I just described
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Originally Posted by dibadiba View Post
the guy hating on kunk re: looking short because of ones clothing ...I've never been able to totally understand this concept. Some people seem to totally dismiss people's fits, saying, "the proportions make you look like you're 5 feet tall" or something similar. Okay, sure... in the context of a photo where there's nobody else in the frame, and nothing like a door behind them to give an idea of scale. Is it even really worth mentioning? It seems like the only time you'd want your clothing to not make you look short is if you're getting your picture taken how I just described
It's like everyone trying to judge my size from photographs Even doors are not good indicators always, the door I took my pictures in front of all last year is a half sized door :P
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Tommy Hilfiger Naked and Famous Red Wing
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Originally Posted by Listi View Post
This post is true in every way.

@Abliss: lmao no, I am just playing off of the random hate and trolling matching their sarcasm/spite with overreaction. But I love my body and I love being skinny, it has become an identity thing for me. I eat like a maniac and consume vast amounts of heavy beer, my size is genetic. My dad was apparently 140lbs or so at 35, so I've got a long time before I need to worry about my metabolism.

Ok, good to hear - no need to worry then
post #21222 of 117668
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Originally Posted by dibadiba View Post
the guy hating on kunk re: looking short because of ones clothing ...I've never been able to totally understand this concept. Some people seem to totally dismiss people's fits, saying, "the proportions make you look like you're 5 feet tall" or something similar. Okay, sure... in the context of a photo where there's nobody else in the frame, and nothing like a door behind them to give an idea of scale. Is it even really worth mentioning? It seems like the only time you'd want your clothing to not make you look short is if you're getting your picture taken how I just described

+1

I really hate the 'makes you look short' criticism. The only thing that makes you look short IRL is actually being short.
post #21223 of 117668
it's official. tucked high tops are so in right now.
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Had to speak in front of about 65-70 people on healthy lifestyles last night. . . Went over really well!
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Originally Posted by kelvinsense View Post
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God, I want this as a ski jacket. Where 2 kop?
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