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post #16 of 70
wear BoO
post #17 of 70
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Originally Posted by CiscoUsername View Post
It's for real, I do professional modeling sometimes. In that case it was for a Star Trek uniform site. How many of you can say that you're a professional model?

The bearded guy is kind of creepy. His friends in the last picture are downright scary.

buncha hypebeasts. -_- kanye.

i remember reading his blog a few years ago when he put up superfuture in his list of inspirational blogs/website. that's when he started wearing hella hypebeast type stuff and started going to fashion shows and what not.

when he came out with college dropout he was wearing like shitty jeans, af-1s, a crappy oversized polo and what not and here comes the internet and now he's jocking beirendonck's dick like he always knew him
post #18 of 70
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Originally Posted by CiscoUsername View Post
It's for real, I do professional modeling sometimes. In that case it was for a Star Trek uniform site. How many of you can say that you're a professional model?

The bearded guy is kind of creepy. His friends in the last picture are downright scary.

post #19 of 70
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Originally Posted by Billbeme View Post
I think this community (using the term loosely) above all else can appreciate that clothes and their color, pattern, cut and fabric can all do powerful things to the way one is perceived. It is one thing to suggest that equal time should be spent on one's naked figure as well as their clothed figure. To suggest, however, that "Only way for a fat person to look good is to lose weight" is inconsiderate, unhelpful and insulting. I am, no doubt, encouraging those who have already offered their sarcasm to turn their cannons at me simply by defending the original poster.

To the original poster I say this, "I unfortunately cannot advise. That said, clothes have helped me shape my outward perception of myself for the better and I would encourage you to do all you can to learn the ways in which you, too, can employ clothes to better compliment your figure, whatever it may be."

it's inconsiderate, but probably the best advice he can get. check out our health and whatever subforum. ppl can help you out there.
post #20 of 70
Troll but for the real fat people out there, if you don't plan on losing weight then the key is just to dress smart and conservative and not offending. Don't try and wear skinny jeans that are like bulging with your fat.
post #21 of 70
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Originally Posted by lemmywinks View Post
Troll but for the real fat people out there, if you don't plan on losing weight then the key is just to dress smart and conservative and not offending. Don't try and wear skinny jeans that are like bulging with your fat.
"Troll" -- that's a real nice name for people like me. Why would I want to wear skinny jeans? Even if I weren't fat, my balls are way too big for skinny jeans. Skinny jeans are for delightful waifish women period. Males who wear them have serious mental issues. See the difference?
post #22 of 70
I'm really fat. Patrik Ervell, Steven Alan and Engineered Garments tops are perfectly fine and their XL (doubt they put XXL in production) will fit ginormous guys. Forget about pants thou'. Nothing past a 34 (sometimes 36) that fits like a 32. I think Uniqlo goes up to 40 thou', so you should be fine there.
post #23 of 70
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Very clever. You used an online tool that someone else created to do a bad job of making fun of somebody so you feel better about yourself.
post #24 of 70
youre right, i apologize
post #25 of 70
My original reply was somewhat mean-spirited, and for that, I apologies to any fatties I may have offended.

I'll be more positive from here on out.
post #26 of 70
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Originally Posted by CiscoUsername View Post
It's for real, I do professional modeling sometimes. In that case it was for a Star Trek uniform site. How many of you can say that you're a professional model? The bearded guy is kind of creepy. His friends in the last picture are downright scary.
Uh... A) That's one of the Antwerp 6, you do not get to pass judgment on him (5) B) That's Kanyeezy, he's about the most unscary rapper you can find I find high-end designer shit in fat people sizes for so cheap, sometimes I wish I were fat. Saw a $575 shirt for $190
post #27 of 70
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Originally Posted by KitAkira View Post
Uh... A) That's one of the Antwerp 6, you do not get to pass judgment on him (5) B) That's Kanyeezy, he's about the most unscary rapper you can find

You have almost 2000 posts in an online forum about "trendy" clothing. You do not get to pass judgment on me.
post #28 of 70
Trendy? I've never seen most of what I wear on the street.... Fail troll is fail
post #29 of 70
1) ask forum for help 2) reject advice 3) display smug hostility towards said forum 4) ask again?
post #30 of 70
one word; taft all fat people should dress like this
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