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post #16 of 34
enthusiasm is uncool
post #17 of 34
jazz
post #18 of 34
post #19 of 34
What is cool today will be uncool tomorrow and cool again later ,that's life !!!!
Like fashion and politics,the cool factor is a wheel of fortune....
The solution? Be yourself because if people do not like you or find you uncool , this judgement will be based on the real YOU and not so social window dressing...
The only fact we're asking ourselves this question is uncool....
Who cares? Except the obvious hygienic ones , the rest is open to interpretation.
The most uncoolest thing? Not loving yourself and also the ones you care for...
post #20 of 34
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Originally Posted by johnapril



Priceless!
post #21 of 34
Living anywhere near the equator, I imagine.
post #22 of 34
I think yesterday's "uncool" people are the "cool" people right now, therefore, the "cool" people of yesterday, are the "uncool" people of today. Also, the "uncool" people of tomorrow are the "cool" people of today and yesterday. If you are "cool" today, you better take advantage of it while you can, because you won't be "cool" again until you are "retro".
post #23 of 34


Fonzie is cool, ergo if youre not Fonzie then youre uncool.
post #24 of 34
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Originally Posted by Rome


Fonzie is cool, ergo if youre not Fonzie then youre uncool.

well....

post #25 of 34
Malcolm Gladwell is cool no longer. http://www.observer.com/20061009/200..._offtherec.asp
post #26 of 34
i read the tipping point a couple months ago b/c people kept hyping the book to me. but it is cringingly bad. i guess that's the nature of best-sellers------having the author address you like you are a child. you are right, he's way uncooool.
post #27 of 34
Long ago I grew tired of people trying to apply the concept of a tipping point to seemingly everything in existence. I never read the book and never will.
post #28 of 34
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
I think yesterday's "uncool" people are the "cool" people right now, therefore, the "cool" people of yesterday, are the "uncool" people of today. Also, the "uncool" people of tomorrow are the "cool" people of today and yesterday. If you are "cool" today, you better take advantage of it while you can, because you won't be "cool" again until you are "retro".

The above makes not sense because it is merely Tokyo trying to rationalize his perennial uncoolnes to the world. I cry for him.
post #29 of 34
not being able to make your own decisions without the influence of a peanut gallery is uncool.
post #30 of 34
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
The above makes not sense because it is merely Tokyo trying to rationalize his perennial uncoolnes to the world. I cry for him.

English as a second language is cool, so Fok is cool in my book.

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