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But i do recall you being an aggregator in the past.

He does bring the crowds. He's a popular guy.
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what the fuck is an aggregator

thrombin has two key roles in the pathway.

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what the fuck is an aggregator

bah i meant aggressor, have my head in a programming book, if my mistake paid him a compliment i am good with that biggrin.gif
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Moo the jacket looks a bit long to me? But everything else is so good. 

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Put in the paperwork for an apartment in Tokyo, if everything goes right should be moving in at the end of the month

At the end of a long, tiring weekend of hunting:
RHDtjzQ.jpg

Uni-Qlo
Rick Owens
Common Projects
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looks good, nicelynice, congrats on the apt. hope it all goes through ok.
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First time posting. Just got a job. Pants recs? Thinking Outlier.

 

Acronym

Levis

Nike

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Tried something different today with my Ervell bomber. No full length pic unfortunately but it did look good with a tucked shirt due to how cropped it is. Actually made me think I could wear a cardigan in this type of fit. Chunky cable knit though, not something thin. I haven't really considered one in the past.

Ervell
Industrie
Lanvin
MMM

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First time posting. Just got a job. Pants recs? Thinking Outlier.

 

Acronym

Levis

Nike

 

 

Not a fan of the jeans here. Jacket and shoes both are cool but the jeans completely break up the tech vibe. 

 

Outlier is pretty solid, which style(s) were you considering?

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I was thinking the slim dungs. I have a pair of climbers but they caught on some shit when I went hiking and they have little loops pulled out now. Maybe the dungs are sturdier.

 

I love the techwear look but have about 15% of the required wardrobe to make it work... trying to make it better

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Trying out my new sweater :3

Figured I might as well throw the CPs that came with it in too.
They are outrageously soft



Everything is Geller and GellerXCPs

This is really great except for the facial hair which is making me really sad.
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Put in the paperwork for an apartment in Tokyo, if everything goes right should be moving in at the end of the month

At the end of a long, tiring weekend of hunting:
RHDtjzQ.jpg

Uni-Qlo
Rick Owens
Common Projects
I think we are shirt twins today: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

No vis: Incotex Chino Lino and Alden Tassels AKA my boring day to day business casual wear
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Tried something different today with my Ervell bomber. No full length pic unfortunately but it did look good with a tucked shirt due to how cropped it is. Actually made me think I could wear a cardigan in this type of fit. Chunky cable knit though, not something thin. I haven't really considered one in the past. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Ervell
Industrie
Lanvin
MMM

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You should really invest in a tripod. Your fits seem to be getting better but are really ruined by strange camera angles. Also you should look into intervellan or inis meanin for cardigans; would suit you well.
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love it. big fan of that song and you did a terrific job with it, jabonator. rock on!
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Originally Posted by delluminatus View Post

I was thinking the slim dungs. I have a pair of climbers but they caught on some shit when I went hiking and they have little loops pulled out now. Maybe the dungs are sturdier.

I love the techwear look but have about 15% of the required wardrobe to make it work... trying to make it better

weird, my climbers (original issue, maybe 2011 or so, w/ a higher rise) have done great. I wonder, if you took a needle and threaded it through the fabric, you could pull the loops back through, like a sweater pull?

"dungs"--sorry dude, that's an awkward thing to call a pair of pants.
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