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post #121 of 137
And please don't lump all us Asians together as brand-whoring people who just want to be walking billboards rather than care about the finer elements of fit, style and class... Not all of us are like OP.
post #122 of 137
^^^ One but need look at yfyf's WAYWRN posts to realize that.
post #123 of 137
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Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
And please don't lump all us Asians together as brand-whoring people who just want to be walking billboards rather than care about the finer elements of fit, style and class... Not all of us are like OP.



I'm Asian too...

but majority that I see are " brand-whoring people who just want to be walking billboards "

or they are like this:




or....




and majority of rich Asian kids today are like this:





just saying
post #124 of 137
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Originally Posted by Duder View Post
I'm Asian too...

but majority that I see are " brand-whoring people who just want to be walking billboards "

or they are like this:




or....




and majority of rich Asian kids today are like this:





just saying

Egads!!!!

Unfortunately, you're pretty spot on, mate.

Guess it's up to us 'un-lumped' Asians to balance out the chaos, wouldn't you say?

Course, if I were lumped with Grace Park, Fan Bing Bing or Zhang Zi Yi, I wouldn't be complaining at all...

Suspect the wife might not be of the same opinion though.
post #125 of 137
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Originally Posted by ColdEyedPugilist View Post
Egads!!!!

Unfortunately, you're pretty spot on, mate.

Guess it's up to us 'un-lumped' Asians to balance out the chaos, wouldn't you say?

Course, if I were lumped with Grace Park, Fan Bing Bing or Zhang Zi Yi, I wouldn't be complaining at all...

Suspect the wife might not be of the same opinion though.

Someone out there agree's with me

I don't know if a few "un-lumped" gonna some how fix that perception of that Majority "Lump"

you can only kick back and ,

you can't really take this message too seriously.... but then again.. this is the internet... so I has to be right?


Check out the link..... this shows the sterotype of Young Asians out there... in Canada anyways



http://www.youtube.com/user/pyrobooby?feature=chclk
post #126 of 137
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Originally Posted by ColdEyedPugilist View Post
Egads!!!!

Unfortunately, you're pretty spot on, mate.

Guess it's up to us 'un-lumped' Asians to balance out the chaos, wouldn't you say?

Course, if I were lumped with Grace Park, Fan Bing Bing or Zhang Zi Yi, I wouldn't be complaining at all...

Suspect the wife might not be of the same opinion though.

Might be hanging around different parts of asian town from me then. All the asian guys I see look either like this:



this


or one of those kpop girly men styles.
post #127 of 137
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Originally Posted by blahman View Post
Might be hanging around different parts of asian town from me then. All the asian guys I see look either like this:



this


or one of those kpop girly men styles.

Seen those too, mate.

But every now and again, I run into Guido, or HT etc at HBone and hope is temporarily restored.
post #128 of 137
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Originally Posted by blahman View Post
Might be hanging around different parts of asian town from me then. All the asian guys I see look either like this:



this


or one of those kpop girly men styles.

Haha spot on especially around where I live. I'm one of the rare preppy kinds (noselfaznhate)
post #129 of 137
With all of the money that the OP spends on brand whoring, coule he save up some and get a good haircut?
post #130 of 137
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post #131 of 137
You look like homemade shit!
post #132 of 137
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Patek View Post

With all of the money that the OP spends on brand whoring, coule he save up some and get a good haircut?

whats wrong with my haircut? regular barber cost around 1-5$usd in my country. regular saloon cost around 10$usd .. the saloons i frequent to cost 30$usd just slightly cheaper than Truefitt and Hill ..
post #133 of 137
Don't encourage Hermes Man to pay more money for his haircut!!
post #134 of 137
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Originally Posted by hermes man View Post

whats wrong with my haircut? regular barber cost around 1-5$usd in my country. regular saloon cost around 10$usd .. the saloons i frequent to cost 30$usd just slightly cheaper than Truefitt and Hill ..

Hermes Man, you are equating price with quality and therein lies the problem of your fashion choices. Many designer clothings are actually poorly made yet sell for a high premium. For a good read, order Dana Thomas' insightful book "How Fashion Lost Its Luster."

http://www.amazon.com/Deluxe-How-Luxury-Lost-Luster/dp/0143113704
post #135 of 137
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Originally Posted by JensenH View Post

Hermes Man, you are equating price with quality and therein lies the problem of your fashion choices. Many designer clothings are actually poorly made yet sell for a high premium. For a good read, order Dana Thomas' insightful book "How Fashion Lost Its Luster."

http://www.amazon.com/Deluxe-How-Luxury-Lost-Luster/dp/0143113704
Don’t blame the man. Its not his fault .He is just Asian.
Its just typical Asian mentality. And he is just a another player.
Don’t blame the player …blame the game !
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