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Originally Posted by Iyoume View Post
lulz? I think you took my comment completely out of context. I wasn't saying your parents pay for your clothing, let me explain it to you:
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I was mocking your purchases by sarcastically suggesting that thewho13 just didn't "get" it

Can't believe you've never seen the fresh prince, what is this world coming to?

 

Ah.... So you were sarcastically implying that TheWho13 was being a parent?  Whatever the case, good to know that you were actually mocking my purchases.  That's totally ok. fing02[1].gif

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You talking about "the Fresh Prince of Bellaire?"  If so, that sounds very familiar.  A TV show from the 90s/early 2000s?

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Seriously? Bellaire?

Seriously, you don't know the show? Holy fuck.
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anyone who doesn't know doesn't deserve the air on this planet of ours.
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Originally Posted by CDHagg View Post

You talking about "the Fresh Prince of Bellaire?"  If so, that sounds very familiar.  A TV show from the 90s/early 2000s?

wow what the fuck
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man is that ever rare. nah, man forget it! yo holmes, to "bellaire!"
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im 12 and whats a bellaire
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cdhagg only watches bespoke programming
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293

For the rear-view mirror of my cab.
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Originally Posted by CDHagg View Post

You talking about "the Fresh Prince of Bellaire?"  If so, that sounds very familiar.  A TV show from the 90s/early 2000s?

Hagg is the Stale Queen of NoFlair
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Originally Posted by CDHagg View Post

I respect and look up to (and perhaps also aspire to become) businessmen and attornies and whatnot - the type of people who wear suits every day - because I (somewhat subconsciously) view their place in society as being better than other's, and aspiration-worthy.   This is pretty much an ingrained part of who I am.  Because of this, I almost always prefer a collared shirt, and I only wear a tee/henley/something else when I know that a collared shirt (regardless of the collar type) would be out of place.  I think I have a certain aversion to anything too "casual," as I am always trying to look a little "nicer" than other people.  My friends, most of whom have no sense of style, often remark that I "look nice."  I think that, due to the experiences and normalities and history of Western society, most people of a Western culture would say that I "look nicer" than my peers.

TLDR = I am highly self-conscious and have a massive inferiority complex so I play dress-up until people around me notice.

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The other genre of dress that I've been playing around with is sort of a minimalist Dior/rocker look Like this (Click to show)
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Black and white color palet, understated, slightly "rocker."  I think this look appeals to me because it is something of a manifestation of my darker side.  I think it's a cool look, and I like wearing it to parties and stuff, but I wouldn't really feel comfortable being a Dior rocker as a normal mode of dress, day to day, just going about my life.  It's the look I break out when I want some extra swag, and/or am feeling like a bad boy (nawmsayn).

Taking your would-be insouciant tone entirely into account, this is still some of the worst prose ever written on the subject of style, but thanks for the larf.
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TLDR = I am highly self-conscious and have a massive inferiority complex so I play dress-up until people around me notice.


This is some of the worst prose ever written on the subject of style (taking your would-be insouciant tone entirely into account), but thanks for the larf.

The quote in your signature is timeless laughs. It sounds like how I imagine a Monocle writer sees himself.
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For the rear-view mirror of my cab.

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Things just received in the mail-
Toj trousers
Dries knits
E zoo tickets
Credit card rewards check

USPS gods smile upon me today
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Originally Posted by drizzy View Post

Things just received in the mail-
Toj trousers
Dries knits
E zoo tickets
Credit card rewards check
USPS gods smile upon me today

Post a fit of the new trousers!
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post


The quote in your signature is timeless laughs. It sounds like how I imagine a Monocle writer sees himself.

 

I have pretty much every Monocle issue since 2 years back.

Sure, the parts about fashion and their love for "traditional, artisan methods" are a bit too much, but I think it's generally an enjoying read.

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