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post #31 of 507
You've just lost patience from all the sex that's come your way, but you're too classy to talk about.
post #32 of 507
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Thanks. Hopefully you're right.



Eh. That's not me. I try to be as friendly as possible.



Well, I'm 28 and surrounded by 28-year-olds. I think that pretty much explains it.



That's not exactly what I'm getting at. I have no intention of dressing to please others and I don't feel bad about myself. However, it is massively irritating that my clothes wind up dominating conversation whether I like it or not.

Stop hanging out with old and uncool people.
post #33 of 507
Did I just stubmle back into SWaD?
post #34 of 507
Meh. I get the "Why are you so dressed up today" deal when I first meet people. After saying something like "that's how I dress" they usually get over it. Those who keeps harping on it go in the douche-bag category, and I avoid socializing with them. Anyone with a head on their shoulders should be well adjusted enough to deal with people who are different than them.
post #35 of 507
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Meh. I get the "Why are you so dressed up today" deal when I first meet people. After saying something like "that's how I dress" they usually get over it. Those who keeps harping on it go in the douche-bag category, and I avoid socializing with them. Anyone with a head on their shoulders should be well adjusted enough to deal with people who are different than them.

true dat.
post #36 of 507
I think you are handling it well. Kudos for being polite and deferential. It will likely fade.
post #37 of 507
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
I almost forgot the glasses. Everyone assumes they're some sort of fashion accessory and says: "Cool. Retro!"

That's one thing they got right, no?


That and the homeless shoes part
post #38 of 507
Ouch. Good luck man.
post #39 of 507
Turn your despair into your strength....I recommend using the fact that you are a finalist to pick up chicks, especially those who go googly eyes with anyone remotely near the fashion industry.
post #40 of 507
Hang in there and stay classy Foo.
post #41 of 507
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Originally Posted by sho'nuff View Post
foo's is more of a stigma he is having to deal with , a fallout from the press. he is compared , dissected and critiqued and verbally abused (not obviously) in circumvent manner disguised as a 'compliment' perhaps. totally different thing.

As I like to say. Oh well.
post #42 of 507
is the today show appearance on youtube? linky?
post #43 of 507
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
And the shoes. Oh god. People look at my shoes like I'm a homeless person with dirty cardboard strapped under my feet. No, they're not Gucci or Ferragamo. Yes, I know I can get them for what I paid for these. Shut up, shut up, shut up.
It could be worse. You could have won. Then you'd be wearing square-toed Kenneth Coles.
post #44 of 507
This is what happens when you look 16 but dress like you're 60. Deal with it brah.
post #45 of 507
remember. the 30,000 dollars worth of Kenneth cole merchandise?

you still have to pay taxes on that.

consider around 9000 i would guess (on the retail value of the clothing).

that's a big time loss.
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