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I have to cut out my face so Ed won't keep hounding me with PMs.

post #152 of 173
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+1. For once Artisan Fran and I agree on something. My frat in college dressed like this. I was "one of these guys". So what?

Hilarious..this thread is just Alpha Male chest bumping at it's best.

I don't really buy into the notion that any negative comments towards the pictures stems from people feeling 'left out' for not making a frat...

..that's just as disingenous as people hating people in the pictures just because they dress like that.

It's the connotations and profiling that causes strife.

"he dresses like that, and is in these places...therefore he is...this and that"
post #153 of 173
I'm also a UVA grad, and all too familiar with the horsey set. It's just like the local Foxfield races, although I doubt that some budding entrepreneur took up a collection to slide down the urinal trough in his brand new seersucker jacket.
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Now, compare that lot with these people: http://www.urbanjunkies.com/hendricks/photos/index.html Educational.
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Now, compare that lot with these people:

http://www.urbanjunkies.com/hendricks/photos/index.html

Educational.

Horse heads are very trad.
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Now, compare that lot with these people: http://www.urbanjunkies.com/hendricks/photos/index.html Educational.
I wish I had the balls to pull this off:
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I wish I had the balls to pull this off:




post #158 of 173
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What a douchebag:


Love the blazer, needs to pull his pants up though.

All in all I don't see anything bad about it. If I lived in DC, I might even try and meet some of these folks. Not a fan of all the point collar shirts unbuttoned though
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What a douchebag:


Critter pants are so wrong they're right again.
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As for the scene, let me say there appear to be three of originality and spark.

First is the baby in the stroller.

Second is the horse in the distance to the right of the nondescript female in hat.

Third is the chap in the seersucker suit with bow tie and artfully draped expanding yellow fruit holder, or whatever it is called, on his head.

Otherwise, a bit too cheesy in the grin, frat boyish in attire, and ladies wide hats to which they seem greatly unaccustomed.

The fit is usually off, lacking in color coordination, sub par quality, and trying way too hard to relive the glory of cheap beer from a wasted youth that seems unduly prolonged by the event just witnessed. In short, aspiring third tier bureaucrats who will do well not to go down a notch.

Oh yes, and tell the Yalies that the attire for the boathouse is not fitting for the racetrack, where a belt buckle, though gaudy, is comparatively more at home than boat club jackets.

CH
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Critter pants are so wrong they're right again.

What next, fucking tacky martini-shaped pins on the knees?
post #162 of 173
Thanks for the photos! These people look as though they are having fun. Nice shots of some attractive fillies too.

Their style of dress is a welcome change from the usual urban denim crap and square-toed atrocities.
post #163 of 173
I'm a UVA kid too. Most kids in my school are smart enough to wear shirts with buttoned-down collars with madras or seersuckers jackets.

Overall: trashy.

AAAT people dress way better than this crap.
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Are those crabs on his pants? Must be the "in" thing for summer.
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Democrats are usually no fun to be around...always bitching or complaining about something. Chasing the next greatest cause instead of the next greatest piece of ass and what not...

Let the flames begin...

not exactly. you need more detail.

wrt to the political party people in DC, the democratic men are usually fun to be around. good drinking crew and all. same for republican women, especially the ones who are republicans because their families are republican - in other words - the party is something they grew up with. democratic women - especially extremely liberal women - can be a pain if they go off on a kick.

republican men are just douchebags. especially the tax cut/cato crowd and social issues dorks. no fun, anytime.
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