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Just don't go around telling any new mothers that hauling concrete to the dumpster is harder than giving birth.

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i graduated college, couldn't find a job anywhere in my city that involved my "field". ended up getting a summer job at a car dealership, stuck around and now i make way more money then i probably ever would have with a career in my field. only downside is that i work crazy hours and have to live with the shame of being a used car salesman.

i kind of get a kick out of the fact that i make a shit ton of money for my age and don't have to take my life serious at the moment. plus, who wouldn't want to buy a car from a salesman decked out in margiela and the likes of philip lim/etc.? i couldn't see myself doing this for years to come, but i guess the point i'm trying to make is that sometimes finding something to tie you over until you find an entry level position somewhere in your career choice, isn't so bad. you can even learn/better yourself from it.
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I think the one line I will not cross is anything to do with telemarketing
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I don't get it :bored:

MANual labor

 

Partly paid for with manual labor:

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What are the white pants? Been looking for some of those in black.
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Raf ss05 (they're leather)

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Oh didn't realize they were leather. Very cool if you can pull them off (I couldn't.)
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I want to say I've seen a cotton version? But I might be thinking of the super slim legging things.

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I'm looking for some cotton alternative to denim. Not necessarily biker or cargo pants, but some kind of pocket or hardware down the leg would be cool. Mainly looking for something sort of structured (not sweats or joggers) that is versatile and low-maintenance, i.e. can be thrown over the back of a chair over and over again without having to be laundered or ironed.
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Try to track down some moleskin Helmut Langs. Based off the new and used bikers I've had they get softer, fuzzier, and generally more comfortable with wear.  

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I'm mainly looking for someone sort of structured (no hippies or joggers) that are versatile and low-maintenance, i.e. can be bent over the back of a chair over and over again without having to buy dinner or cuddle.

 

With a few alterations this makes a perfect Craigslist Ad

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Originally Posted by Caveat View Post

I'm looking for some cotton alternative to denim. Not necessarily biker or cargo pants, but some kind of pocket or hardware down the leg would be cool. Mainly looking for something sort of structured (not sweats or joggers) that is versatile and low-maintenance, i.e. can be thrown over the back of a chair over and over again without having to be laundered or ironed.

Very hard to find anything as practical, durable, and always fashionable as denim!

Helmut Lang moleskins sound comfy though..smile.gif

I used to have a white Helmut Land white shirt that I wore until it collapsed- one of the best fitting shirts iVe ever owned!
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