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post #91 of 137
OP looks like an asian beeber. poor guy....
post #92 of 137
Hermes man, I think you're doing it wrong.

If you are a rich 30 year old, your goal should not be to dress like a teenager. Teenagers will beat you at dressing like a teenager.

Instead, you should dress like a totally high rolling 30 year old. Because teenagers can't touch you on that.

And there are a fair number of young women who seem to like rich 30 year old men.
post #93 of 137
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Compared to the average Malaysian youth he is pretty well dressed:




To tell you the truth, judging from those pictures, the average malaysian youth doesn't dress any worse than the average american youth.
post #94 of 137
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Originally Posted by DerekS View Post
OP looks like an asian beeber. poor guy....

Hermes is 30 year old..
post #95 of 137
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Hermes is 30 year old..

No way!

I've been tempted to write that OP soon will be over labels and that sort of thing, but if he's really 30, it might be too late.
post #96 of 137
He's 24
post #97 of 137
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Originally Posted by hermes man View Post
i want to look like a stylish gentlemen that is ready for some fun which would be more young girl friendly

post #98 of 137
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Originally Posted by silvere2 View Post
To tell you the truth, judging from those pictures, the average malaysian youth doesn't dress any worse than the average american youth.

Or the average Australian youth...
post #99 of 137
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Hermes is 30 year old..

wow. from the pics on her blog she looks pretty young.
post #100 of 137
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Originally Posted by B|aze View Post
must be hard looking like a 12 year old, when you actually 24

Lol!

That's the thing about us Asians though...

Hard to tell how old we really are.

I'm knocking on the door of the dreaded 40, but many still believe I'm in my early 30s; of course, they might really be saying - Grow Up Fool! - but what the heck, I'll just live in denial and take it as a compliment.

Can't really hate the guy, mate.

In fact, I feel just a little sorry for the wee lil' sap. And before we go too far, OP hasn't quite defined what 'Young' means to him.

21? 22? 19? 13?

First two are acceptable if he's really 24.

Option 3 is bordering on creepy, not because of the age gap, but the difference in maturity level.

Option 4 is plain creepy. Full stop. The end.

So to OP: Define 'young' please hor, sai loh (lil' brother in Cantonese). Whether you're to be assisted or villified depends on the return serve.

ZG out
post #101 of 137
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Lol!

That's the thing about us Asians though...

Hard to tell how old we really are.

I'm knocking on the door of the dreaded 40, but many still believe I'm in my early 30s; of course, they might really be saying - Grow Up Fool! - but what the heck, I'll just live in denial and take it as a compliment.

Can't really hate the guy, mate.

In fact, I feel just a little sorry for the wee lil' sap. And before we go too far, OP hasn't quite defined what 'Young' means to him.

21? 22? 19? 13?

First two are acceptable if he's really 24.

Option 3 is bordering on creepy, not because of the age gap, but the difference in maturity level.

Option 4 is plain creepy. Full stop. The end.

ZG out



At 24, he must not be obsessed with Bieber's style and lack of substance...

The desire to copy Bieber's style is borderline insane at best if you're over 16..
post #102 of 137
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At 24, he must not be obsessed with Bieber's style and lack of substance...

The desire to copy Bieber's style is borderline insane at best if you're over 16..

QFT.

Like I said; young and dumb.

But that's why forums like SF are helpful; how else do you learn what's no longer taught to us men, i.e. the Art of Classic Style?
post #103 of 137
There is no excuse for his awful taste. he should be derided until he stops being a Douche.
post #104 of 137
Bitches aint shit
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post #105 of 137
How is this guy blowing top dollar on brand names to look like he came from the 70s?
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