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post #31 of 52
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post
Why are you here??? Go back to lands end forum with you stupid 'craftsmen' boots and fifteen dollar jeans
However, I often wonder this myself, considering an abundance of people on these forums seem to be elitist, materialistic, self-righteous, 5'6" 100 lb anorerxic cockstroking phaggots like yourself who believe expensive clothes can fix your pitiful physique, shitty attitude, and homosexual tendencies. So
post #32 of 52
way to disprove the homophobic overly-aggressive americana lover stereotype, buddy
post #33 of 52
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Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
Were you not breast fed as a child?
I was, but obviously you were fed your dads penis milk
post #34 of 52
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Originally Posted by mk.ultra View Post
However, I often wonder this myself, considering an abundance of people on these forums seem to be elitist, materialistic, self-righteous, 5'6" 100 lb anorerxic cockstroking phaggots like yourself who believe expensive clothes can fix your pitiful physique, shitty attitude, and homosexual tendencies. So
Im 6", nowhere near 100 pounds (lulz) and im straight (but have some gay bear subculture flannel fiends if your looking) But yeah seriously nice stereotype you really painted yourself into there
post #35 of 52
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post
Aside from the irony that I'm listening to country music while typing this, we're gonna have fun with Crocodile Dundee's son if he ever catches a kookaburra up north to a first-world country.
Who why did you throw in your lot with johnh and mk ultra??? WHY
post #36 of 52
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post
Who why did you throw in your lot with johnh and mk ultra??? WHY
It was national "Fuck with an Aussie" day here and I couldn't resist, boy.
post #37 of 52
The tag is ridiculous. It looks like a Walmart tag.
post #38 of 52
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Originally Posted by TACO_FLAVORED_KISSES View Post
Seriously the boots are not bad by any means, comments just refelect the anti-americana(workwear) aura of styleforum, which has been catalysed by a bunch lackeys who bend their ass down to the will of a few posters.

fwiw, I wear work boots for much of the winter (ll bean katahdin). I just don't find the ones in the OP particularly good looking.
post #39 of 52
@mike86 +infinite They are horrible, overbranded with so much "MERICA FUCK YEAH" Why dont you just wear this??? @ Taco PedoBear / mk ultra / noobs / that dumbfuck sockpuppet above me And FYI for all you new kids I can remember when SF was pretty much all workwear for the most part so you cant really say that it wasnt popular or whatever, its just that, for the most part, this isnt even good workwear, its all just cheap tacky derivative shit thats made to buy into a fashion trend. Yes, trend. Suprise! Its all just fashion - your just as 'bad' as any queen buying this seasons must have gucci handbags and prada creepers. Fifteen dollar jeans and twenty dollar chambrays ontop of those boots are fucking horrible and almost as bad as kopping cleetus overalls. How the fuck can anyone say they are nice boots??? Kop some indy boots, or redwing GT's if your broke, what about some vintage pecos boots off eBay??? Go buy engineered garments or old WWM, white mountainering or albam. Dont buy this shit. Dont reward these places with your money and buy into false ideas about 'lasting style' and 'classic trends' FUCK.
post #40 of 52
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Originally Posted by rodneyblagojevich View Post
Your post count suggests you probably don't have a life outside of style forum I'm also guessing you get ridiculed and a lot of strange looks because of your homo "fits".
Man from were I see it we are both on a fashion forum, both equally gay, your just dressing like a bear / cub subculture queen Go back to lurking the lands end sales alert thread and jerking guys off over flannels and "MERCIA!" boots
post #41 of 52
Also this is what this thread is.
post #42 of 52
u mad homie. homie u mad
post #43 of 52
Razele, Australian for mad.
post #44 of 52
I think a dingo ate his temper.
post #45 of 52
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post
I was, but obviously you were fed your dads penis milk

Lol, you said penis.
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