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post #4036 of 16552
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Originally Posted by james_timothy View Post

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I thought you were already converted, or is this in reference to Acrid?
post #4037 of 16552
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Originally Posted by acridsheep View Post

I would enjoy dressing like Fuuma under different circumstances.


Halloween?

 

post #4038 of 16552
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Originally Posted by black_umbrella View Post

I thought you were already converted, or is this in reference to Acrid?

Acrid has had his Road to Damascus moment, and now he is seeing the light. Note that his groomsman remains unenlightened.

Also, just what is that horse doing?

P.S. It did. The Spock look received considerable mocking.
post #4039 of 16552
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Originally Posted by james_timothy View Post

Also, just what is that horse doing?

I like to think he's stomping on yohji.
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If you ask me, I think St Acrid is carrying the no-socks thing a little to far.

No pants is a F.C. thing.
post #4041 of 16552
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Originally Posted by black_umbrella View Post

This last one is actually pretty damn good. If it wasn't for the crazy built-in kneepads, I suspect that considerable MC approval would occur.

Improbable, though I remain intrigued.
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

Halloween?

Potentially. A few others come to mind:

1) If I were auditioning at a casting call for the Tim Burton remake of Clockwork Orange.
2) Were I to pay homage to Juan Valdez, who born during advertising's mid-century obsessions with branding mascots went on to become a Colombian icon.
3) If I never really needed anyone, ever, to take me seriously.
4) If I wanted to trim back the number of women who regularly ask me to sire a child.

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Originally Posted by james_timothy View Post

If you ask me, I think St Acrid is carrying the no-socks thing a little to far.
No pants is a F.C. thing.

This is probably true. Year round, I only wore socks with tennis shoes until I was 18 and moved out of Massachusetts. In fairness, the shoes from my earlier posts are classic LL Bean camp moccasins that I have worn for thirty years. It is a misdemeanor in New England to wear those with socks.
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post #4042 of 16552
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Originally Posted by acridsheep View Post

This is probably true. Year round, I only wore socks with tennis shoes until I was 18 and moved out of Massachusetts. In fairness, the shoes from my earlier posts are classic LL Bean camp moccasins that I have worn for thirty years. It is a misdemeanor in New England to wear those with socks.

This is true even in the great midwest. As long as you're not too close to Illinois.
post #4043 of 16552
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Originally Posted by acridsheep View Post

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What the hell is this?!
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Most of us would look like idiots if we dressed like Fuuma. He pulls it off though. You need context to be able to get eccentric dress. If he's not in LA or NY, maybe SF, London and Paris, I'd be worried about his clothing choices, but I think he's a Socal guy.
post #4045 of 16552
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

Most of us would look like idiots if we dressed like Fuuma. He pulls it off though. You need context to be able to get eccentric dress. If he's not in LA or NY, maybe SF, London and Paris, I'd be worried about his clothing choices, but I think he's a Socal guy.

I agree, and defined several example contexts.
post #4046 of 16552
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

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Those shoes are to footwear what mullets are to haircuts.

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Originally Posted by black_umbrella View Post

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This last one is actually pretty damn good. If it wasn't for the crazy built-in kneepads, I suspect that considerable MC approval would occur.

Disagree. (Oh, and Neil Armstrong wants his pants back.)

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Originally Posted by acridsheep View Post

If I were auditioning at a casting call for the Tim Burton remake of Clockwork Orange.

You're a genius, acrid. How has THAT perfect combination not yet come together? icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #4047 of 16552
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Originally Posted by UrbanComposition View Post

LULZ
Rambo quit shizzing all over the thread & post a pic.
Beer pics don't count.

Sadly, were I to post my horrid visage, I would be liable for all the cracked LCD screens that would occur as a result. I don't have Vox money like that.
post #4048 of 16552
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

Most of us would look like idiots if we dressed like Fuuma. He pulls it off though. You need context to be able to get eccentric dress. If he's not in LA or NY, maybe SF, London and Paris, I'd be worried about his clothing choices, but I think he's a Socal guy.

This is bollocks. Outside of the aforementioned Halloween suggestion or some other fancy dress scenario/bet, I can't think of any "context" where anyone could "pull off" wearing a blanket as a coat, or that hoisted up white lab coat whateveritis, without looking like a ridiculous twat.

I enjoy the way the likes of Rambo and Fuuma pierce the pomposity on display on this board from time to time, but Fuuma's credibility is shot to bits when he posts this shit. Rambo I urge you to maintain your personally imposed photo embargo. It would break my heart to learn that despite incisive commentary you also dress like a blind ponce.
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This is nice. I feel the roll makes the jeans a touch short looking. Solid otherwise.
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