or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Is Styleforum turning off old members?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Is Styleforum turning off old members? - Page 3

post #31 of 111
This is some tough talk from a dude wearing a 36R.
post #32 of 111
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jay Gatsby View Post
Are you the asshole who told me to check Nordstrom and Macys? Fuck you. I was very close to replying to your suggestion with hate mail, but decided that your post count didn't warrant my energy.

Styleforum hasn't turned off a single member, but behaviour like yours ^ certainly has.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Jay Gatsby View Post
I just want to say sorry for all the bad words. I've been drinking and watching the Rocky series of movies.

Would you kindly tell us what percentage of your posts were typed while sober?
To my memory, Rocky neither drank or used profanity. Why are you blaming him for your bad behaviour?
post #33 of 111
All the recent focus on both new and old members has me very concerned: what of intermediate members? That great backbone, that living pulse of the B&S subforvm, the Everyday Guy who just wants to dress well every day (but not too well), the ones who provide most of the membership fees? Is the StyleForvm middle class disappearing? The 40R to 42Rs? Surely, this is good for several pages of alarm, dismay, nostalgia, profanity, and recrimination? How do we get edmorel to post?
post #34 of 111
Quote:
Originally Posted by NOLA1 View Post
This is some tough talk from a dude wearing a 36R.

post #35 of 111
I'm not as prolific a poster as some members in this thread, but I'm surprised to see that every prior post is by someone who's been in the forum for less time than I have (sound horn toot now). As an older member, I'm not turned off by the forum. It's easy enough to skip over the handful of insipid postings and find something entertaining or informative.
post #36 of 111
Unfortunately it's not a handful...and it's not just new users either.
post #37 of 111
Quote:
Originally Posted by NOLA1 View Post
This is some tough talk from a dude wearing a 36R.

Srly. I love the poasts where "guys" complain that 36s are some times too big. Two words. Boys section.
post #38 of 111
Quote:
Originally Posted by NOLA1 View Post
This is some tough talk from a dude wearing a 36R.

Quote:
Originally Posted by teddieriley View Post
Srly. I love the poasts where "guys" complain that 36s are some times too big. Two words. Boys section.

I've been lurking for longer than I'd care to admit; suffice it to say I followed some of the older members over from AA, lurked a while longer, changed sn blah blah. I always chuckle at some of the self importance paraded around here and the aforementioned tough talk and entitlement. Whatever. This is the internet. The search function isn't THAT great a tool but it's a decent start. Some people find MC from generic searches for square-toed Kenneth Cole's and find a place where they're ideologically abhorrent. These people aren't going to sift through a ton of crap and circle-jerking to find their desired club wear. As has been stated before we all have the option to ignore and keep it moving.
post #39 of 111
Quote:
Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
What irritates me more than noobs starting threads about AE shoes are the threads about AE seconds started by MC bigtimers who just want to make fun of the guys who can afford 200 USD shoes while wearing their 1000 USD shoes.

yup....me too
post #40 of 111
Quote:
Originally Posted by NOLA1 View Post
This is some tough talk from a dude wearing a 36R.

i was thinking the same thing,two words...Napoleon Complex
post #41 of 111
Quote:
Originally Posted by Strange View Post
...... a ton of crap and circle-jerking...


Yes....YES! That's the site description that I've been looking for.
post #42 of 111
Quote:
Originally Posted by NOLA1 View Post
This is some tough talk from a dude wearing a 36R.

Are you sure it is 36R and not 36XS?
post #43 of 111
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jay Gatsby View Post
I'm pretty sure you're the second person to quote this post of mine in the past hour. I don't get the attack though... is there some obvious location where I can find 36R jackets online that are decently made? If so, please let me know. I am having a very hard time finding them.

Ahhh! I think I see the problem, you would be quite a small man, wouldn't you?
post #44 of 111
what happened to us ? we got bored about discussing the same subjects again and again ( clothing is not a so wide subject ) and we migrated to DT. now the posting level over here has went to the DT level so it could induce us to come back
post #45 of 111
^^your avatar managed to captivate me for several minutes. bravo sir

-Matt
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Is Styleforum turning off old members?