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Hermes man ... Hermes Simplex says ... "This simply ain't you. Hopefully it ain't nobody."
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I don't even know where to begin.
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I don't mind OP. He'll end up being that wealthy guy at the bar that picks up young beautiful girls, takes them out on the town then has lots of fun in a fancy hotel.

+1.

I think he's harmless too.

And no, I don't think he's a troll.
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so very much agree with you jonnyt

Agree. Are you really 30? or 16?
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I don't even know where to begin.

Thing is... you have to understand the South East Asian fixation with luxe brands to understand where he's coming from.

It's really quite all-consuming.

ZG out
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+1. I think he's harmless too. And no, I don't think he's a troll.
Agreed. For the most part, his fits are pretty damn good too. So what if he's a brand whore. Heck, he's having fun wearing what he likes. Think about that!
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Thing is... you have to understand the South East Asian fixation with luxe brands to understand where he's coming from. It's really quite all-consuming. ZG out
This too.
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Thing is... you have to understand the South East Asian fixation with luxe brands to understand where he's coming from.

It's really quite all-consuming.

ZG out

It is not just the brand worshipping. It is also the desire of a 30 year old man who wants to dress like a teenybopper and to pick up really young girls. Not to mention his taste -- or the lack of it -- in clothing.
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This is a gem:

"Trying to lose weight to get that "high fashion" look. Like Victoria Beckham so cool, so high fashion. totally"

I spat my scotch when I read that... totally.
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It is not just the brand worshipping. It is also the desire of a 30 year old man who wants to dress like a teenybopper and to pick up really young girls. Not to mention his taste -- or the lack of it -- in clothing.

That's really the way it is though. Fixation with youth much more so than western culture. Also for as long as I can remember there was never a period where macho was in. Asia was in on the whole skinny-boy-men thing way before the current hipster thing.

Then again Asians are just mostly smaller built. Can't help that.
post #85 of 137
lol at people who describe themselves as "fashionista"
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post #87 of 137
His horrid taste in drapes and upholstery is second only to aportnoy's carpet.
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Compared to the average Malaysian youth he is pretty well dressed:



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must be hard looking like a 12 year old, when you actually 24
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I said from the beginning this thread was going to shredded...I didn't know ppl will take it this far.. haha..Gotta love SF!
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