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post #46 of 191
Hoooly fuck...

For some morbid reason I hope this dude is serious.
post #47 of 191
We need a list of all the lovable trolls weve had on this forum and have a faceoff for greatest troll moments ever.
1. Hermes Man
2. Spalla
3. Weird meats
4. Eric Glennie
teh cashmere guy
anymore big ones im missing?
post #48 of 191
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Originally Posted by eddievddr10 View Post
We need a list of all the lovable trolls weve had on this forum and have a faceoff for greatest troll moments ever.
1. Hermes Man
2. Spalla
3. Weird meats
4. Eric Glennie
teh cashmere guy
anymore big ones im missing?

Did you include the guy who wanted to use his penis skin (after his transexual operation), as his wallet?
post #49 of 191
^ that's weird meats.
post #50 of 191
Isn't Hermes Man a purseforum regular?
post #51 of 191
That is really sad. Unfortunately, it looks like he's being serious. He needs help, and he doesn't realize it.
post #52 of 191
I refuse to believe that anyone would dedicate this much energy a sock. He's real AND trolling.
post #53 of 191
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Originally Posted by eddievddr10 View Post
We need a list of all the lovable trolls weve had on this forum and have a faceoff for greatest troll moments ever.
1. Hermes Man
2. Spalla
3. Weird meats
4. Eric Glennie
teh cashmere guy
anymore big ones im missing?

Derek was pretty unforgettable. Dont recall his exact username.
post #54 of 191
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post
Derek was pretty unforgettable. Dont recall his exact username.

mt_spiffy?
post #55 of 191
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Originally Posted by hermes man View Post
so recently i just bought a giorgio armani t-shirt for around 400$usd (i actually paid full retail without discount for the first time on GA items..)

anyway here is the t-shirt



i feel insecure if there is no hint of what brand of tshirt i am wearing, many other brands they sometimes give discreet and subtle hint of the brand however for Giorgio Armani there is not a single hint telling others what brand it is.. so i felt compelled to leave the logo hanging outside in order to let others aware of my t-shirts brand..





so do you think it would look weird if I purposely leave the label hanging outside like this

that seems like a really really dumb way to spend your money but that's not the topic at hand. Don't wear the tag out please, it'll make you look like a fool and it's just plain ostentatious. Instead you should focus on dealing with your insecurity about how people perceive you. If you're trying to look super ballin by showing off a $400 shirt it might just backfire.
post #56 of 191
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
mt_spiffy?

Spoo, your avatar= from gianni to hermes man, what a journey!
post #57 of 191
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Originally Posted by tumadre View Post
That is really sad. Unfortunately, it looks like he's being serious. He needs help, and he doesn't realize it.
Oh I don't think he needs help, He enjoys what he likes. He's your typical probably nouveau riche Chinese alpha male. They're quite common in places like Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Hong Kong, Macau, Taipei, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, etc. I think Hermes Man is somewhat unusual though because he blogs about it in quite good English and in great depth. Brand whoring is absolutely endemic in this part of the world. Even the students at the local schools will often draw famous western designer luxury logos on their tracksuit school uniforms with laundry marker.
post #58 of 191
Hermes Man and Reevolving are my two favorite posters on SF. Also, does anyone else pronounce it "HER-meez" in their head when reading his posts? For some reason, I bet that's how he pronounces it, and I want to do him justice. "Weird Meats" turned out to be MetroStyles, btw. Thought everyone knew that at this point. I mean, don't get me wrong; it was genius trolling. But he wasn't a real person, sadly.
post #59 of 191
So many different responses in my head, yet none of them come close to articulating my own internal response.
Im sitting here cancelling everything I can, because I lost my job this week, and this kids biggest concern is to fip out the tag on a $400.00 tee shirt because his ego needs to display it??
Its amazing how different some worlds are from others.

Hermes man....consider your self fortunate every time you wear this shirt and flip out the tag....just think of all the folks (most people in the world) that do not have the opportunity to ever buy a $400.00 TEE SHIRT when you flip the tag out to satiate your fragile ego.
post #60 of 191
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
mt_spiffy?

Spiff started out as a troll but warmed the hearts of the fora with his unshakable sense of style. My personal fave was when he tied 3 neckties together. The knot was the size of a gorilla fist.
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