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post #91 of 170
shit i hope their s/s line has some more harrisonk oversized dad steez
post #92 of 170
Last year I took some old ass VV pants I had from highschool, one yellow pair and one light blue pair, and took them to my tailor and had them turned into shorts with the same measurements as my WWM ranger shorts. $40 later I had some decent shorts for the summer, so I can't complain.
post #93 of 170
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I have no idea what to say, I'm not following all this drama and fighting. I'm waiting for the rest of Vineyard Vines' new line to come out before I chime back in to get more opinions, but as of now, I'm bored with their winter line. From the little drama I have read, don't you all fit into the category of lower middle class trying to buy nice things so you appear closer to the upper middle class? Do any of you own atleast 1 home without a mortgage? This fight here is about old and new money, societal class, and how the rest of the world perceives you. If you are broke but want nice clothes, say it. Dont try to be someone you aren't by posting extravagant things you don't have on forums like this one. I'm typing from my iPhone so once I get to my computer I'll edit/fix/add to this post.
thanks harrisonk for blessing us with your presents. cause i didnt give a shit bout your presence. rain s-goods down on me homie! bless us peasants who can't afford vineyard vines oh upper middle class god!
post #94 of 170
harrison = kermit in a suit?

or ironic troll?
post #95 of 170
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Originally Posted by wEstSidE View Post
pants (really, knit ones) might have been invented before peasants existed. they were definitely popular among germanic "barbarian" tribes that attacked rome because romans wrote about them. unless you're talking about the wool type of pants people wear today in which case i know nothing.

I'm thinking the "modern" trouser, with like waistbands and hems (however primitive), and not, say, wrapped leggings (which usually weren't trousers as we know because of stuff like the separate crotch piece). From what I understand, ankle-length pants were worn by peasants during the French Revolutionary period as a way to mark a difference between them and the aristos, who usually rocked knee-length britches.

I could easily be wrong though, I'm not an expert on this.
post #96 of 170
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harrison = kermit in a suit?

or ironic troll?

I'm not trolling, I'm simply defending my own name/furthing the convocation at hand.

Are you a troll for posting your opinions?
post #97 of 170
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
harrison = kermit in a suit?

or ironic troll?



pretty accurate actually
post #98 of 170
no it's gotta be the one i posted in WAYWT with the david byrne suit when kermit sings Once in a Lifetime!!!!!
post #99 of 170
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Originally Posted by HarrisonK View Post
From the little drama I have read, don't you all fit into the category of lower middle class trying to buy nice things so you appear closer to the upper middle class?

No. This forum is about appreciating design, not class aspiration. If we were as you describe, we would all buy clothes with Gucci and LV logos plastered across them. That kind of clothing is ridiculed here.

Maybe class aspiration is why you buy clothes. Which is why you dress like shit.

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Do any of you own atleast 1 home without a mortgage?

I have no idea, but owning a home w/o a mortgage is not indicative of wealth. Plenty of lower middle class people own their homes w/o mortgage.
post #100 of 170
And plenty of wealthy people maintain debts such as mortages (since they're such low rates of interest) to free up their money for more lucrative investments!
post #101 of 170
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I'm not trolling, I'm simply defending my own name/furthing the convocation at hand.

Dude you can furth all the convocations you want, but your actions on the forum so far have been beyond the pale (by which I mean both "out of the boundaries of good taste" and "astonishingly caucasian").

Asking people, apropos of very little, what college they went to, or about their home finances, is trolling. Repeatedly posting your opinions without attempting to engage those who disagree with you is pretty much trolling. Throwing temper tantrums when people do disagree with you is just as bad as trolling.

Learn to talk like an adult or GTFO.
post #102 of 170
ok harrisonk i am actually sad that you are not trolling cause if u were, then at least u would be successful. as it stands you are a pot smoking halo playing car fetishizing average freshman at a college in DC. that's not bad, but you gotta be a dick about things calling people on this forum lower middle class and shit? put up or shut up. we know you don't know how to dress yourself, so post your bank statements with the 6+ figures.
post #103 of 170
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Originally Posted by wEstSidE View Post
...so post your bank statements with the 6+ figures.

Ooh, I think Vineyard Vines makes a shirt for that!
post #104 of 170
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Originally Posted by Makeshift_Robot View Post
Dude you can furth all the convocations you want, but your actions on the forum so far have been beyond the pale (by which I mean both "out of the boundaries of good taste" and "astonishingly caucasian").

Asking people, apropos of very little, what college they went to, or about their home finances, is trolling. Repeatedly posting your opinions without attempting to engage those who disagree with you is pretty much trolling. Throwing temper tantrums when people do disagree with you is just as bad as trolling.

Learn to talk like an adult or GTFO.

Well said.
post #105 of 170
bump because i finally found an old photo of me wearing some VV pants and a bad ass whale tie
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