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Originally Posted by LJubel328 View Post

No, don't size down one, it fits you perfectly! Love the cardigan (gay hand wave)! Jeans work with it, but I'm not so sure about the shoes (Yukuten?). Would rather have brown, leather (personal preference)! :/
post #44252 of 117677
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Don't confuse maturity for apathy for calling a spade a spade.
While I understand the whole youth vs. stuffiness thing, it is a complete cop-out (like listening to The Hold Steady), and, as you get older, you realise what life is really about. You learn when it is correct and when it is incorrect to hold your tongue. Ordinarily, I would not bother replying to such hipster, avoiding-the-obvious-immaturity-of-my-actions comments, but hay, it's the internet. Having a little tiff, with little brats, is what it's all about, right?
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Good thought. Perhaps the MC folks seem more civil (and thus possibly apathetic), because it's a reflection of their daily lives? Viewing the MC area of this forum provides a sense of people for whom life's greatest goal is having a rewarding professional life, and the clothing to match. If being viewed as a professional is one of the most important things in life, you wouldn't want your behaviour to be misinterpreted as that of a janitor or construction worker would you?
Said cop-out.
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And janitors are often more interesting to talk with than the average office worker.
Lol, possibly true!
post #44253 of 117677
dude take your own advice and leave forever
post #44254 of 117677
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
size down one on cardigan

I tried their smaller size but it was way to tight in the shoulders
post #44255 of 117677
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Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 View Post
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While I understand the whole youth vs. stuffiness thing, it is a complete cop-out (like listening to The Hold Steady), and, as you get older, you realise what life is really about. You learn when it is correct and when it is incorrect to hold your tongue. Ordinarily, I would not bother replying to such hipster, avoiding-the-obvious-immaturity-of-my-actions comments, but hay, it's the internet. Having a little tiff with little brats (who, coincidently, don't dress as well as they think they do) is what it's all about, right?!



Said cop-out.



Lol, possibly true!


great. more gasoline on the fire...
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Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 View Post
No, don't size down one, it fits you perfectly! Love the cardigan (gay hand wave)! Jeans work with it, but I'm not so sure about the shoes (Yukuten?). Would rather have brown, leather (personal preference)! :/

it wasn't a hand wave , i was holding my phone up to take the picture (my main camera is broken). I wented with the black/grey sebago boots to work with my cardigan. Or do you think a dark brown leather would work better?
post #44257 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Makeshift_Robot View Post
Shirt fit is perfect, what's there to complain about?

He's so skinny IMO it makes it look like it's hanging off him.
post #44258 of 117677
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Originally Posted by LJubel328 View Post

Lose this news, get regular mocs or better boots. Tuck looks bad but might look better with less ugly boots.
post #44259 of 117677
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Originally Posted by LJubel328 View Post
It wasn't a hand wave ! I was holding my phone up to take the picture (my main camera is broken). I went with the black/grey Sebago boots to work with my cardigan. Or do you think a dark brown leather would work better?
Lol, I meant I was gay-hand-waving (for saying 'love')! Well, I don't know if it would work better, but personally, I prefer brown leather!
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Dude, take your own advice, and leave forever.
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Great, more gasoline on the fire...
*masturbating
post #44260 of 117677
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Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 View Post
Having a little tiff with little brats (who, coincidently, don't dress as well as they think they do) is what it's all about, right?!
I'm pretty sure I dress better than I think I do. Also, you're talking like you're a 75 year old grandpa when you're clearly in the same age group as most people here. We don't need a life coach.
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Originally Posted by Stazy View Post
I'm pretty sure I dress better than I think I do. Also, you're talking like you're a 75 year old grandpa when you're clearly in the same age group as most people here. We don't need a life coach.
Cop-out 2.
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JapanAlex and the rest of the world are two countries separated by a common language.
post #44263 of 117677
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Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 View Post
Cop-out 2.
You're confusing rejection with evasiveness.
post #44264 of 117677
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Originally Posted by Stazy View Post
You're confusing rejection with evasiveness.
No, I get the rejection. The point that was made is circular logic. It is not evasive, just myopic. (Nice sentence edit, btw. Makes more sense.)
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Originally Posted by BB1 View Post
Good thought. Perhaps the MC folks seem more civil (and thus possibly apathetic) because it's a reflection of their daily lives. Viewing the MC area of this forum provides a sense of people for whom life's greatest goal is having a rewarding professional life and the clothing to match. If being viewed as a professional is one of the most important things in life, you wouldn't want your behavior to be misinterpreted as that of a janitor or construction worker would you?
Maybe they're just used to communicating in one dialect and social structure, and haven't spent enough time online, or maybe they have a personal complex tied in with their fashion aspirations ('I wanna look like my grampa!' 'I wanna look like a viscount!' 'I wanna look like the CEO of a cricket equipment company!') that makes them communicate in what they think is a 'refined' way. Which is fucking stupid IMO but there are plenty of MCers who don't mess around with it and who seem like stand-up guys in general.
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Originally Posted by BB1 View Post
Should we be surprised that many whom are bred in this environment might continue to appear apathetic outside of it?
"who", not "whom"
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Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 View Post
While I understand the whole youth vs. stuffiness thing, it is a complete cop-out (like listening to The Hold Steady), and, as you get older, you realise what life is really about. You learn when it is correct and when it is incorrect to hold your tongue.
Well obviously there are old people who are still fucking stupid, just like there are young people who retreat into archaic diction when they feel threatened. So I don't know how you can believe what you're saying.
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Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 View Post
Said cop-out.
That use of 'said' is so fucking irritating. Nails on a chalkboard.
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