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post #72556 of 117677
Are you totally sure, 1234, that you are not discussing this a little too intensely?
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

stanley can i buy some coke

I lol'ed so fucking hard at this.
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The issue is that you're not making any sense. Subjectivity does not mean infinite latitude - we still need responsible readership. You could say that Stanley's fades are 3 centimeters too high for your taste, but why would you? Whether or not I like SvB's efforts, I'm glad he's making efforts. You're arguing for some sort of sartorial nihilism here that I don't understand.
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Originally Posted by Synthese View Post

The issue is that you're not making any sense. Subjectivity does not mean infinite latitude - we still need responsible readership. You could say that Stanley's fades are 3 centimeters too high for your taste, but why would you? Whether or not I like SvB's efforts, I'm glad he's making efforts. You're arguing for some sort of sartorial nihilism here that I don't understand.

what if it were...

pents? foo.gif

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Originally Posted by 1234 View Post

I'm not making a huge deal out of anything. I'm having a fucking discussion. Is that not what this thread is for? It's a discussion that seems appropriate considering the title of the thread and the name of the forum, so what's the issue? 

Yeah but, like, the whole calling-out-someone-for-being-pretentious thing, and then doing so with the same sort of intensity that the first few rounds of beers brings out, i is making everyone really uncomfortable and stuff. It's just, well, y'know... awkward and tense. And stuff.

Let's be chill and reflect on the fact that SVB is now even closer to being the Darth Maul to Fuuma's Darth Sidious.
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Well, in that case, you'd probably look like Steve Urkel, and we, as a forum, would be required to save you from yourself.
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Originally Posted by APK View Post

I guess Stanley is just gonna have to cope with this burn by taking solace in the fact that he still actually has his hairline.

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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post

moo talk about the pot calling the kettle black.

You guys are trolling, right? SvB can lease his dome to at least three companies for advertising, especially in that drop top car of his. You bitch ass sissy ass mama boys need to get your heads out of SvB's anus before you eat his hipster breakfast for lunch. Sound like a bunch of tweeker hookers coming to the rescue of a pimp.
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Originally Posted by 1234 View Post

I'm not making a huge deal out of anything. I'm having a fucking discussion. Is that not what this thread is for? It's a discussion that seems appropriate considering the title of the thread and the name of the forum, so what's the issue? 

My sincerest apologies. I initially thought you were overreacting a bit in response to Synth's clearly audacious and inappropriate suggestion with regards to Stanley Van Buren's button stance, but now I see that you are just trying to calmly have a fucking discussion and it's everyone else here who is too tightly wound.
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Originally Posted by 1234 View Post

I'm not making a huge deal out of anything. I'm having a fucking discussion. Is that not what this thread is for? It's a discussion that seems appropriate considering the title of the thread and the name of the forum, so what's the issue? 

calmer than you are.
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Hey man—Urkel was so last month. Now I have a mohawk and look like Elliott Smith's even more fucked-up older cousin. You don't even know me.

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Okay, so not really; but I'm definitely cooler-looking than Urkel right now.
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Originally Posted by Kid Nickels View Post

isn't that Vivienne Westwood on the right? lol8[1].gif

yeah, she was the one who intoduced bondage pants -- and for that matter other s&m elements like chains and zippers -- into the fashion lexicon thru punk and her shop, "sex", on kings road. this is pretty basic fashion history, I think.
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

yeah, she was the one who intoduced bondage pants -- and for that matter other s&m elements like chains and zippers -- into the fashion lexicon thru punk and her shop, "sex", on kings road. this is pretty basic fashion history, I think.

yeah for sure... I know about all that and Malcolm McLaren and The Pistols etc... it's just I haven't seen any "vintage" pix of her and thought it couldn't be anyone BUT VW but I didn't know for sure.
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Originally Posted by thewho13 View Post

Get SVB a Fuuma-esque tuxedo jacket.
hhhmmm I wonder where one might find that?
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Originally Posted by 1234 View Post

I highly doubt you will lose the desire to wear clothing. I hope not confused.gif

I understand your stance on the jacket. I was pointing out that the nitpicking on SF is becoming excessive and annoying. Especially considering that there is no perfect outfit, and they are all imperfect in their own sense. Hell I could say Stanley's fit is bad because the fades on his jeans are not in a configuration that I find to be aesthetically pleasing. Or that his shoelaces are tied poorly. It does not mean I'm going too. 

I feel like when most people judge an outfit online it is somewhat unrealistic. In real life, when we glance at people's clothing, most of the time it is for a split second at most. Here we have a close up pic to stare at and analyze like a fucking equation. As a result of that it causes a lot of comments/critiques that are unnecessary. 

If you walked past Stanley on the street, would you really think to yourself, "man that button is imperfect."....???? I doubt it.



Hey this is quite a good point, I've been thinking about it recently.

i) you're never gonna get an outfit that's perfect
ii) the imperfect items that aren't quite suitable contribute a lot to individual style. sprezz i guess.
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Moo, I legitimately don't know how you can spend time with your daughter and still feel obliged to hop online afterwards and make fun of a stranger's forehead.
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Originally Posted by 1234 View Post

If you walked past Stanley on the street, would you really think to yourself, "man that button is imperfect."....???? I doubt it.

Nah, I'd think, Oh, shiz, that guy's wearing GATs, the only place I've seen GATs IRL is on my own feet!, and then I'd walk up and say all faux-casual like, Ooh, nice GATs!, and then he'd likely say, Wow, you know what MMMs are? I thought I was the only one in T____!, and I'd be like, Yeah, do you post on SF, too?, and he'd be all, No, you must be pretty stylin'!, but then I'd be like, No, I'm the worst dressed there, you should check it out!

(At least, that's the way it went down last time...)
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