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post #31 of 59
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Originally Posted by shiggles View Post

It's not raw denim.  It's a pair of Levis 514s.

It's not a piece of art "reflecting my lifestyle," it's an article of clothing, and I would prefer it didn't look like corned-shit.  My lifestyle reflects my lifestyle.  Or should I get full sleeve tattoos, quit my job and live in a fair trade coffee shop, writing a coming of age novel?

514's? I retract my previous comment, if you are buying that shit of a cut you truly have no hope.

post #32 of 59
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Originally Posted by the shivman View Post

514's? I retract my previous comment, if you are buying that shit of a cut you truly have no hope.

Says the random idiot with 3 posts...
post #33 of 59
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Originally Posted by shiggles View Post

It's not raw denim.  It's a pair of Levis 514s.


It's not a piece of art "reflecting my lifestyle," it's an article of clothing, and I would prefer it didn't look like corned-shit.  My lifestyle reflects my lifestyle.  Or should I get full sleeve tattoos, quit my job and live in a fair trade coffee shop, writing a coming of age novel?

What is your job? I need more information to make a judgment call but it is a distinct possibility the answer is yes.
post #34 of 59

If you are that worried about some Levi's getting some Iphone outlines then the outlines themselves should be the least of your worries.

post #35 of 59

This thread reminds me of my dislike of cellphones. I leave mine in the car/office/home unless I have a jacket. I despise anything in my pants pockets. I think my friends and family can wait 30 minutes before I check my phone. They seemed to be fine with it 25 years ago.

 

As for advice, that's mine. Store the phone off your body if you can.

post #36 of 59

Buy a Samsung Galaxy?

post #37 of 59
5 star thread
post #38 of 59

#firstworldproblems

But really, I feel this should have been solved by now.

post #39 of 59
A leather sleeve like the ones from Makr should do the trick
post #40 of 59
Since it hasn't been resolved yet I also want to suggest fanny packs as another intricate solution to the problem. Especially that rick fanny from 09 with the studs would look pretty badass and keep unnecessary bulges out of your jeans.
post #41 of 59
Damn that's the best part of the fades bro, explains the story in the denim even better in my opinion
post #42 of 59
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Originally Posted by Denim View Post

Damn that's the best part of the fades bro, explains the story in the denim even better in my opinion

"denim fades: tattoos without the regret."
post #43 of 59
am i the only person in the world that puts their phone in their back pocket?
post #44 of 59
Yes. I prefer to not remove my phone every time i want to sit down.
post #45 of 59
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Originally Posted by max_r View Post

am i the only person in the world that puts their phone in their back pocket?

nope
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