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Biggest NA gay community with SF might be a factor....

oh no! not compliments from ... homosexuals!
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oh no! not compliments from ... homosexuals!

Not that there is anything wrong with that!
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Eason jockin my line

You both have a great sense of the dismissive, but Eason's follow-through takes him over the top
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Eason jockin my line

Did it shamelessly, NO REMORSE.
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lame, should have told him you were going to his mama's funeral after you rammed her in the ass so hard without lube that her colon developed deep abrasions which resulted in untreated infection and later, death.

post #231 of 250
my girlfriend tells me i dress like an old man sometimes, it is in jest i hope.
post #232 of 250
the air punch and 'OOH YEAH' is what made it great.
post #233 of 250
My girlfriend said my A&F Noonmark shirt is too flamboyant to wear both in public and at home Good style is being able to differentiate between a piece you like and a piece that will look good on you. That is the lesson that shirt taught me
post #234 of 250
I don't particularly care at all. Each to their own.
post #235 of 250
The only opinion I take into account is when girls pay attention to my style.

I disregard opinions from people who have no style whatsoever. So if they like a certain item then I just assume there is something wrong with it. If they disaprove of my worn item then I assume I've made the right decision.

At the end of the day it's about how you feel that matters most rather than someone elses opinion. If you feel that you need someone elses opinion to choose an item then you really need to question your own ability. Also you're losing the enjoyment of shopping by not having the right judgement ability. Be yourself rather than a clone.
post #236 of 250
I dated a girl who made strange and exasperated comments like, "You can't wear grey shoes!," but I think she was crazy.
post #237 of 250
Glad to have found this thread.

I always get:

Why are you so dressed up?
SOME-body's fancy
Why do you always have to be all stylish?

People always make a big deal when I wear my red leather loafers.

Sometimes I like the attention, it gets old pretty quickly but I know the girls are noticing and the guys are envious.
post #238 of 250
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I dated a girl who made strange and exasperated comments like, "You can't wear grey shoes!," but I think she was crazy.

That's wonderful. I can't stand it when people with no visual sensibility try to make up for it by laying down rules that don't really apply (see: MC).

My mom is an extremely well-put-together person, but I still remember her telling me to avoid cap-toe leather shoes, and to wear shorts so I can show off my legs.
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Glad to have found this thread.
People always make a big deal when I wear my red leather loafers.


Oooo, I know, I know, do they ask you why you're wearing clown shoes?
Only asking cause I found a pair of high-top Pro-Keds a little while ago that the moment my parents saw on the computer screen asked me if I was trying to look like Ronald McDonald.
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Why do you always have to be all stylish?

i love that someone can be retarded enough to say this as an insult
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