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For those concerned, I didn't get raped by anyone but job hours, 32 in the past 48. I read through and I understand you all do not like Junya fits versus this safe dull thom/eg stuff. It doesn't translate well in photos, ask anyone on here who knows me in person or has seen it and they'll vouch. As for height, I'd rather be 5'6 than 6'5, too long can be cut down, but too short can't be lengthened always. And I work in a couple of industries, currently home-furnishings for a webshop, and then I have my own project as well which is based in fashion.

apk How you like that TM 103
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Jesus Haploidy Christ, you're younger than I am?! eh.gif

In respect of my earlier post addressing whatever's comment, I will not note the reasons why you are just the latest in a long line of people to be shocked by how young moo is.
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Originally Posted by scott.m View Post

apk How you like that TM 103

I haven't gotten a chance to sit down with it yet, but I'm hoping that the continuous delays didn't take some of the wind out of the sails with regards to the finished product. Speaking of the delays, my buddy from high school did a pretty in-depth interview with Jeezy recently in which Jeezy has sheds some light on why he was laying low for a lot of 2011.
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I guess I don't understand why people think I'm much older than what I am?
post #57694 of 117670
you have a kid (or 2), you gained a lot of weight, you have a good amount of disposable income?

that's my personal assumption.

but hearing now you're 28, it's not that surprising i guess.

like you said, your life is pretty great/successful at young age.

i dunno being from the bay area too, this isn't all that surprising to me...and you live in SF so yeah.

lawyer/finance?
post #57695 of 117670
lol @ gained a lot of weight. Sorry I'm not size 29 in APC denim. confused.gif Just don't see why this is some insult that every person on this forum that has an issue with me, for whatever reason, must post about. I'm fatter than you. Big deal. Move on.

I have a 6 month old baby girl. No plans for a second kid for now.

To address your question, I am in Risk Management.
post #57696 of 117670
well i was going to say you're fat but thought it was rude because it seems like you gained weight. the recent photo someone else posted of you compared to your recent WAYWT is a lot slimmer, so your former self vs latter

I wear size 29 APC too, look at my most recent WAYWT... i don't get it.

and me bringing up the weight wasn't meant as an insult.

just some people might liken weight with age as one gets older? i think i'm going to be fat when i get old..

FWIW, i do not think you're fat/overweight. You just wear very fitted clothes, hm?
post #57697 of 117670
A person's hairline can, unfortunately, radically alter their perceived age.
post #57698 of 117670
469
Real deal Pendleton from a long ass time ago (50's - 60's based on what I can tell).
The rest of the fits got some . . . problems.
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Originally Posted by APK View Post

A person's hairline can, unfortunately, radically alter their perceived age.

I'll be bald by the time I'm 35, I'm pretty sure. I'll have beaten any other male in my family tree by a solid 5 years if that happens.
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well i was going to say you're fat but thought it was rude because it seems like you gained weight. the recent photo someone else posted of you compared to your recent WAYWT is a lot slimmer, so your former self vs latter
I wear size 29 APC too, look at my most recent WAYWT... i don't get it.
and me bringing up the weight wasn't meant as an insult.
just some people might liken weight with age as one gets older? i think i'm going to be fat when i get old..
FWIW, i do not think you're fat/overweight. You just wear very fitted clothes, hm?

No I'm most definitely overweight. lol8[1].gif
post #57700 of 117670
Moo, your posts don't often reflect your age. I get the "get off my lawn" vibe.
post #57701 of 117670
HAHA

I was going to say, have you see Gran Torino?? Yeah Moo has that same attitude when posting among members


HAHAHAHAHA that vid is hilarious
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HAHAHAHAAAA
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lmao

I wish I has half as cool as Clint.
post #57704 of 117670
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

I guess I don't understand why people think I'm much older than what I am?

I had been pondering this question myself recently, I realized that it may be a few minor things, a few bigger more inherent things;

a) your screenname prefix of 'Mr.' and your internet persona, the WAYWT images - the 'Mr.' just kinda leads one to believe you may be older
b) your choices in clothes definitely transcend your age. You have some nice clothes.... but they're not typically made for 28 year olds, and you can admit that too I think. I mean, you got a lot of MC footwear things, your general look is business casual, sometimes psycho-business casual. A lot of it has a vintage or dandy flair to it, as if you're drawn to that - tri-tone boots, for example, repro denim, that Goodwear leather jacket, you carry a briefcase sometimes, I mean this is not how people perceive 28 year olds usually.

It's actually a problem in America, IMO - for a very long time, and I guess even still to some extent, there was little to no guidance in the way of 'age-appropriate' clothing and styles, people just kinda guessed at it, +/- 20 years... I mean the opposite to that is the way the Japanese categorize their fashion magazine clientele, and even stores here do the same. There's a Japanese magazine called 'SENSE' that you and many other styleforumer's would love probably - it originally catered to guys in their 20's, who were interested in midrange brands; later they merged SENSE with another old magazine for guys in their 40's who were interested in high end 'rock' and street influenced clothing (Chrome Hearts and MMJ, D&G, a lot of flashy things), and created a new version of SENSE that supposedly caters guys in both their 20's and 40's now - mid to high end casual clothing, dark colored, often black clothes, and they're right, it kinda works.
In America, you have GQ, other men's magazines - they're trying advise guys from the ages of 18 to like 65, so they're definitely veering on the side of conservative, since the older guys have more money to spend.

So yeah, I think your clothes are age inappropriate. They're nice pieces, they're just not really befitting a 28 year old. You should enjoy being 28, if you can, I guess. I am turning 30 on Sunday and I feel like I'm 15 years younger than you, every time you post.

c) I think if you blur your face so that you only see your glasses as you do in your WAYWT's, you look older. That and your figure - I keep placing you around 40 or so.

d) there's your house, you just bought that Lexus RX330, etc - 28 year olds typically don't do this kinda stuff man. You should be proud of your accomplishments, but most 28 year olds are just happy to make rent still.
Edited by impolyt_one - 12/21/11 at 1:16am
post #57705 of 117670
Mr Moo, you came across as someone totally unhappy with your life
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if you have had enough of being fat fuck....lose some weight
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if you hate your wife and find her vile...get rid of her
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if she doesnt let you fuck her, but dont want a divorce....get a mistress
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take a good look at yourself, as you come across as miserable fat fuck, ok....and ironically, irl you probably are a decent guy, albeit a fat one
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