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Originally Posted by Dirt View Post

Had my first thrifting dream\nightmare. Was at a new spot and started having a thriftening. NWT RRL denim, minty 3Sixteen denim and bunch of vintage selvedge jackets. Some RRL's were priced at $2.99 and 3Sixteen's at $16.99. The more I looked the more I found, it was insane and I was getting so hyped until I checked my bank account on my phone to see just how hard I could afford to kopp...$12 in the bank!! I started freaking out and trying to transfer money from saving and checking available credit on my credit card but nothing was working so I was stuck in the thrift holding all this baller gear with $12 to my name and the sharks were circling. It was awful.

This has happen to me in real life. A cart full of stuff only to find that card had be jeopardized. Luckily I have good friends.
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Brag....
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Real? Sorry for the car pics:
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Edited by Pierson v Post - 9/8/16 at 10:45am
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I'm pissed... That's England based. FUCK!

You jammy sod, Spoo. Jammy sod indeed...

 

 

Sa Da Tay on the Jammy Sod?

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"Jammy sod"? Is that the same as getting the jam taken from your doughnut?
Good film, but no, jammy sod = lucky person.

Contextually it would be used if someone gets away with something or has a good/lucky result - avoiding a speeding fine when you passed a Police car at 30mph over the limit for example.
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All my British idioms are from Austin Powers and Jeopardy, a Yank show on the Telly
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Good film, but no, jammy sod = lucky person.

Contextually it would be used if someone gets away with something or has a good/lucky result - avoiding a speeding fine when you passed a Police car at 30mph over the limit for example.

 

If you're going to be speeding, may as well do it properly. 

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Is this a thing? It's marked way the fuck up
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Is this a thing? It's marked way the fuck up

No, Nike never collaborated with Burberry. Unless someone cut up a legit Burberry bag and did a custom....

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It's the chavviest pair of trainers I've ever seen.

I really hope it's not a thing.
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Thanks all. I found them actually. It's a collaboration with mob
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Thanks all. I found them actually. It's a collaboration with mob

 

Fugazzi

 

http://sneakernews.com/2009/02/07/nike-x-married-to-the-mob-dunk-high-sample/

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Is this a thing? It's marked way the fuck up
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Originally Posted by Bahljs View Post
 

No, Nike never collaborated with Burberry. Unless someone cut up a legit Burberry bag and did a custom....

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Originally Posted by Nickd View Post

It's the chavviest pair of trainers I've ever seen.

I really hope it's not a thing.
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Originally Posted by va230815 View Post

Thanks all. I found them actually. It's a collaboration with mob
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I guess I am the only one that recalls the absolute insane sneaker market at the turn of the century. The thousands of fakes using fabric swatches from Vuitton, Gucci, Burberry, Dior, Coach etc....

 

None of these things ever happened for real. There were never liscensed releases. All are fake, shoes to the fabric.

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Originally Posted by Dirt View Post

Had my first thrifting dream\nightmare. Was at a new spot and started having a thriftening. NWT RRL denim, minty 3Sixteen denim and bunch of vintage selvedge jackets. Some RRL's were priced at $2.99 and 3Sixteen's at $16.99. The more I looked the more I found, it was insane and I was getting so hyped until I checked my bank account on my phone to see just how hard I could afford to kopp...$12 in the bank!! I started freaking out and trying to transfer money from saving and checking available credit on my credit card but nothing was working so I was stuck in the thrift holding all this baller gear with $12 to my name and the sharks were circling. It was awful.


when i dream about thrifting sometimes when i wake i find myself in need of a Robert Graham shirt

 

:laugh:

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