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post #40921 of 117668
vomit inducing indeedy
post #40922 of 117668


iro sweater
nice collective utility trousers
moma side zips


heres a rap song i recently recorded. i've been writing and performing spoken word poetry for a while, but always secretly wrote some rap and kept most of it to myself. this is my second attempt at a song ever, so dont be too harsh.

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post #40923 of 117668
My very first waywt.


jcrew
gap
cp

The jeans are the skinny selvage. Had them for about a year now, pretty much no fades at all. But's it's nice to have a darker pair (compared to my beat up nudies and apcs)

apologize for the crappy pic and room
post #40924 of 117668
Your proportions are all messed up, man. Maybe it's the angle at which the photo is taken, but your shirt is way too long.
post #40925 of 117668
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post
This is by no means a criticism, but the combination of your haircut and expression make you look like the frat guy who's incessantly smoking a joint while bench pressing, American Beauty style.

that's what he's going for though
post #40926 of 117668
Ermac, that's a pretty violent V-dip on the front of your shirt. Might want to get it tailored, perhaps. It's a bit long, like jslade said
post #40927 of 117668
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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post
that's what he's going for though

as a white dude in Asia, too, that's a "good look (tm)"
post #40928 of 117668
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post
This is by no means a criticism, but the combination of your haircut and expression make you look like the frat guy who's incessantly smoking a joint while bench pressing, American Beauty style.


This is the nicest thing anybody on SF has ever said about me.

It's nice to be able to pull off different styles.
post #40929 of 117668
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This is the nicest thing anybody on SF has ever said about me.

It's nice to be able to pull off different styles.

Your adopted sisters are fine.
post #40930 of 117668
got my camera fixed! what I wore to work
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post #40932 of 117668
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

shoes are fucking vomit awful, do not get why NBs are considered kosher in any situation besides running on SF???

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Originally Posted by nicelynice View Post

love this, beautiful trench/pants
post #40933 of 117668
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by robinsongreen68 View Post

Nice combo

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Originally Posted by HgaleK View Post
Your adopted sisters are fine.

They're lovely. Their mom asked to touch my chest (I let her).
post #40934 of 117668
chinos that tight look a bit ridiculous
post #40935 of 117668
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Originally Posted by robinsongreen68 View Post
MOK the colour looks really good on you, i pay a tailor £12 or something to a) cut the shirt off where the curve at the bottom begins (not quite straight, leaving just a very slight curve) and b) put in darts at the back. Would completely transform your silhouette. fit on the jeans looks good, just need to sag a bit.

Thanks. Sadly there are no tailors in the Canterbury area, only dry-cleaners who charge exhorbitant rates for dodgy work. I'll probably just save this shirt for tucked in, and find a closer and shorter fitting replacement.

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Originally Posted by kwoyeu View Post
the point about shirt length is interesting to learn, thanks. i thought mok's fit was great but i can visualize how it might've been improved w/ a shorter length

Thanks. Yes the feedback on length is the sort of thing that makes posting fits worthwhile.
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