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post #76 of 87
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Originally Posted by Abliss View Post
Are you kidding me? Well i am not surprised, you does not strike me as a person who would act if you saw a crime.. I think you are more of a "crowd pleaser" - just by the sheer fact that you post here in this thread in stead of either ban a few people or close it, says enough.

you strike me as a person who is a fucking idiot.
post #77 of 87
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Sorry to bring this back up, I figured I owed posting this. I did go to the store. I'm surprised that there are so many people out there. Anyway, in the end I couldn't buy anything as for the pants 34" was an okay fit but they only had low waist ones which I'm not too familiar with. Then there was 36" standard waist ones, but they were too loose. So, no luck with that.

Then, for the top I gave shirts a try, but still I just can't seem to look comfortable in them. T-shirts... there were a lot to choose from. Medium size fit nicely, but it didn't have enough length towards the bottom. Large and XL was okay, but too saggy at the shoulders . Many others that did fit was too heavy a fabric for me to wear.

Guess, I'm the odd one out. Well at least I got to see how these stores work. It's amazing how I sound like someone who just found out what stores are. Maybe I was just lucky my brother-in-law agreed to drag me there. I would have crumbled at the sight of all these people. Well, the harsh responses from this forum helped too. Maybe I do have to stay strong to change. I hope my courage doesn't wane the next time around.
post #78 of 87
An aversion to buying clothes isn't a typical problem around here. Anyways, just buy something, its not that hard. There isn't much practical advice we can give you if all you want are some basic jeans and shirts. Go to a store that roughly fits the style/price you want, and don't leave until you have an outfit. Make that a rule for the next expedition.
post #79 of 87
Polos, Cardigans, Peacoats, Denim, and nice some Clarks.... so can rock that on anybody and they always look good
post #80 of 87
If you're honestly that afraid of people, shop online and swallow the mistakes
post #81 of 87
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Originally Posted by Abliss View Post
Are you kidding me? Well i am not surprised, you does not strike me as a person who would act if you saw a crime.. I think you are more of a "crowd pleaser" - just by the sheer fact that you post here in this thread in stead of either ban a few people or close it, says enough.

Here is a guy who most likely has had a rough time, and still you allow some internet hunters have their way, and you stand by and actually used this phrase "I am actually of one of the people who run this place." is just .... I won't even waste my time with your analogies, are you even trying?

The funny part is, the thread starter has the guts to admit whats going on in his life, and at least attempts to change - just by reading a few posts it is so easy to see that the thread starter has it WAY better despite what he is going with - just take a quick look at a person like macuser3of5...

Sigh. To use another one of my useless analogies, one of the best ways to get kicked out of a bar is to call out the bartender. 2 weeks off for you. I'm one of the administrators here, if that wasn't clear, so this is my house. If you have a problem with my moderating or any of our moderators, please, next time, PM me with a respectful message.

I've been doing this for a while, and the best way to kill a forum is to use a heavy hand and hand out bans left and right. There is balance between letting things go to shit, and forcing everyone be so bloody nice that no one ends up enjoying themselves.

To everyone else, if someone posts a special flower thread, report it, and I'll figure out if I want to get rid of it. No need (ahem, Kit) to post gigantic pictures of very skinny models, or to generally pile on. Thanks.

Fok.
post #82 of 87
5*

most exerent thread

just the break i needed from studying physiology


also, i really enjoy kit akira's thread derails.
post #83 of 87
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Originally Posted by hanaie View Post
Sorry to bring this back up, I figured I owed posting this. I did go to the store. I'm surprised that there are so many people out there. Anyway, in the end I couldn't buy anything as for the pants 34" was an okay fit but they only had low waist ones which I'm not too familiar with. Then there was 36" standard waist ones, but they were too loose. So, no luck with that.

Then, for the top I gave shirts a try, but still I just can't seem to look comfortable in them. T-shirts... there were a lot to choose from. Medium size fit nicely, but it didn't have enough length towards the bottom. Large and XL was okay, but too saggy at the shoulders . Many others that did fit was too heavy a fabric for me to wear.

Guess, I'm the odd one out. Well at least I got to see how these stores work. It's amazing how I sound like someone who just found out what stores are. Maybe I was just lucky my brother-in-law agreed to drag me there. I would have crumbled at the sight of all these people. Well, the harsh responses from this forum helped too. Maybe I do have to stay strong to change. I hope my courage doesn't wane the next time around.

You do have to stay strong to change. You also should realize you are in charge of all your emotions and feelings. Don't let peoples negativity bring you down, use it as a source of power instead. I think its a really good step to finally walk into a store, and try stuff on. Plus, ideally you should be doing this more for recuperation and because it gives you a better idea of your size/how you fit in different garments from different brands.

I believe in having toughskin online because if you don't on the internet how the fuck can you survive the real world? Stop being pansies....not directed towards you, but these annoying people whining about others being mean.)
post #84 of 87
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Originally Posted by hanaie View Post
Sorry to bring this back up, I figured I owed posting this. I did go to the store. I'm surprised that there are so many people out there. Anyway, in the end I couldn't buy anything as for the pants 34" was an okay fit but they only had low waist ones which I'm not too familiar with. Then there was 36" standard waist ones, but they were too loose. So, no luck with that.

Then, for the top I gave shirts a try, but still I just can't seem to look comfortable in them. T-shirts... there were a lot to choose from. Medium size fit nicely, but it didn't have enough length towards the bottom. Large and XL was okay, but too saggy at the shoulders . Many others that did fit was too heavy a fabric for me to wear.

Guess, I'm the odd one out. Well at least I got to see how these stores work. It's amazing how I sound like someone who just found out what stores are. Maybe I was just lucky my brother-in-law agreed to drag me there. I would have crumbled at the sight of all these people. Well, the harsh responses from this forum helped too. Maybe I do have to stay strong to change. I hope my courage doesn't wane the next time around.
Why'd you buy L and XL if you're only 143 pounds?

Good luck man. With any issue in life you'll have two kinds of people...Some will encourage you and tell you you can do it, and others will just insult you and try to bring you down. Listen to both of them equally. If you just listen to the warm compliments, you won't get that kick in the ass you need. But if you only listen to the others you'll be destroyed. It's all in your hands and good luck in life. Don't give up, it'll take a while to get where you want and it's very easy to just drop everything.
post #85 of 87
Unbelievable sock puppet.
post #86 of 87
You are immeasurably stupid. And you don't even know how the interweb works.
post #87 of 87

Are you seriously calling her fat? Fuck you.

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