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post #8626 of 16162
No offense stitches, but "jawnz" ≠ "jeans"
post #8627 of 16162

Rambo - if edmorel and Parker both say you're wrong on this, I think it's safe to say you're wrong on this.

post #8628 of 16162
Lol @ a lot of money and pain. Sounds like you are remembering a time of hardship lol
post #8629 of 16162
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

That jacket looks good on him IMO.

still a size small, imo.
post #8630 of 16162
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

No offense stitches, but "jawnz" ≠ "jeans"

fo rizzle? i had been lead to believe that jawns was an acceptable SF cool guy way of referring to jeans in general. please to school me on the difference.
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

Lol @ a lot of money and pain. Sounds like you are remembering a time of hardship lol

ohiam. if only you had seen me. or maybe better that you didnt. was rough for those around me too.


i had some SWEET R&Rs and TRs too!!! peepwall[1].gif
post #8631 of 16162
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

still a size small, imo.

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post #8632 of 16162
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

i had some SWEET R&Rs and TRs too!!! peepwall[1].gif


Get
Outta
Town
post #8633 of 16162
does anyone have worse opinions/taste than fritzl?
post #8634 of 16162
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Facepalm.gif

if you think so... I disagree on your observation of IST's jacket, so be it.
post #8635 of 16162
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Originally Posted by IST66 View Post

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i'd prefer darker wheels and probably a derby or norweger. foo.gifpeepwall[1].gif
post #8636 of 16162
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

Get
Outta
Town

100%
True
Story

i still kinda like them shog[1].gif

sold all but 2 pairs through spooswap. those 2 are reminders in my drawer of what never to do again. but really ill sell them as well soon.
post #8637 of 16162
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

if you think so... I disagree on your observation of IST's jacket, so be it.

Sounds good

I never said anything about IST's jacket though...
post #8638 of 16162
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

fo rizzle? i had been lead to believe that jawns was an acceptable SF cool guy way of referring to jeans in general. please to school me on the difference.

Jawnz is just "things" (but often used in reference to gear). "I don't like jawnz, too stiff" doesn't make sense. "I don't wear denim; tried some raw APC jawnz but shit was too raw." makes sense. At least in the way you're trying to make sense. In my amateur linguistic judgment, jawnz is probably a drawled version of "joints" as in "a Spike Lee joint"

Frankly, we should both probably step away from teh slang.
post #8639 of 16162
laugh.gif nice summation, thanks.
post #8640 of 16162
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

and the loafers work for him also. I could not wear them but thats his look and overall he looks good. If I had to guess who he was out of the blue, I would peg him as some jazz musician, bohemian ne'er do well, or son of african dictator spending money like its water.

I think the leopard loafers rock for him. Few people could pull them off and look stylish, but I think he does. It takes that kind of French and Italian, not caring swagger, to do.

A question for you chaps -

I want to get a navy peacoat this Autumn, to wear with blue jeans and things like sand and stone coloured jean cords. What kind of shoe or boot would you recommend, a chukka boot or more rounded toe brogue?

^ All of my casual clothes these days are very smart casual, so I tend to wear quite sleek shoes and want some more casual, casual clothing.
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