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post #6841 of 13955
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post


I don't even visit that thread at this point. It's too bad, because it would be nice to see what JE's rep has to say from time to time, and people sometimes post about sales that never make it to the sales alert thread. Just too damn much beasting to pour through, to the point that the fanboys almost damage the brand's credibility.

 

 

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Yeah same with the thrift thread for me. It's really hard to be a casual reader of the extremely popular threads, there's just too damn much content to dig through to find the interesting posts

 

 

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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post
 

For the record, I really like John Elliott, but I never expected to see 4 pages of extreme excitement over a fucking henley.

 

 

are you guys not impressed??

post #6842 of 13955
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post


Well deserved, their stuff truly is amazing.


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If they could only teach me to be half as cool as them

 

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post #6843 of 13955
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are you guys not impressed??


...words fail me. uhoh.gif
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post


If they could only teach me to be half as cool as them

Step 1: remove top half of facial hair.
post #6845 of 13955
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Originally Posted by ambyance View Post






are you guys not impressed??

I would actually be impressed if it was 10 pairs of the same thing in the same colour. And there are people in that thread that have posted 10 black T's (all different cuts and degrees of black).
post #6846 of 13955
Pol Roger Sir Winston Churchill 2002 might be the best champagne I've ever had. Better than Salon or Cristal.
post #6847 of 13955

Are there any services (or SF members) in Japan that can accept a parcel from a Japanese store and forward it on to me? I'm not looking for a shopping service; the items are already paid for. Finally got stung by import fees and it burns.

post #6848 of 13955
Just looked at the John Elliot thread, I don't get it.

It seems like a lot of money for Uniqlo x AA colors and looking like an average teen.

It almost needs one of those at a party in a corner cartoons.
post #6849 of 13955
Kanye wears stuff like that, so...

I dunno about the other stuff, but I ordered some co-mix black tees and they are hands down the best tees under $100 I've found
post #6850 of 13955
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post


L'As du Fallafel changed my life. Seriously.

 

 

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In the tourist part of the Latin Quarter, there are tons of kebab places.  They all looked delicious.  But, I'm a peasant, so ymmv.

 

L'As is okay, but that line is a bummer. I'm not sure about Lenny Kravitz' falafel authority tbh. Best I had in Paris was in the Latin Quarter - Chez le Libanais (Rue St André des Arts). 

post #6851 of 13955
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Just looked at the John Elliot thread, I don't get it.

It seems like a lot of money for Uniqlo x AA colors and looking like an average teen.

It almost needs one of those at a party in a corner cartoons.

That thread is completely understandable if just assume everyone posting is 8 years old.
post #6852 of 13955
Whoever keeps posting "the struggle is real" in that thread really annoys me
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JE is kinda what i wish Wings and Horns always was (perfect jeans, perfect Ts, perfect hoodies, perfect sweats). or maybe what i used to think wings and horns was :- p
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I can see the appeal of JE for a lot of guys. Athletic ("masculine?") basics with some interesting details. The brand seems like an easy step into a more fashionable style if you were coming from a basic  "jeans, tee and sneakers" style. But not as fashion-y as Rick or whatever. Their design, photography, models, website feels cool.. plus they got that GQ bump.

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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

Whoever keeps posting "the struggle is real" in that thread really annoys me

I'm impressed that only one thing in that thread annoys you. I find the habit of describing everything as "fire" much more annoying.
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