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Originally Posted by kayhill View Post

 

Would be interested to know what draws you to American Psycho.

 

Not trying to be critical, btw; genuinely interested to know. I have a blog named 'greed and disgust' after all. ; )

I think it's an entertaining story, I really like the movie and the scenes in it. I find Patrick's character very interesting.

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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post


+ Slayer


Lacyzee knows what's up! Iron Maiden, Metallica and Lamb of God Tshirts are also good.

My boss says I look like......

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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My picks would be grey marle, grey marle and grey marle, then maybe a white and a blue. You can get colourful after that!
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Seeing that one only wears a T shirt under an opened necked shirt or an old one to the gym - white is the only colour.

Otherwise if you are the type to wear a T shirt without a shirt, and presumably (shudder) without socks, why not go the whole way, htfu and wear a accadacca defacto-beater, or an interchangeable Slayer or Deicide, Cannibal Corpse or Status Quo sleeveless tank top.
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oh ernesto - didn't see your post - spot on bro. But the sleeves attached look a bit fey. Rip 'em orf
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Originally Posted by Superfudge View Post

This is pretty common for people who don't actually remember the eighties first hand. .........redacted..................
I don't think the film works as a criticism of the eighties, it's a bit too nostalgic, and not really how I remember them.
The music back then was still fucking awesome though.
I'm speechless.
{makes mental note in data base to never allow superfudge near stereo at party}
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

oh ernesto - didn't see your post - spot on bro. But the sleeves attached look a bit fey. Rip 'em orf

Yeah, good call.

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ernesto - close - but something about your two selfies above makes me think you are wearing them wit more than a touch of the THIM* dialed up. I don't feel that authentic vibe. Man.


*(Thornbury Hipster Irony Meter)
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

ernesto - close - but something about your two selfies above makes me think you are wearing them wit more than a touch of the THIM* dialed up. I don't feel that authentic vibe. Man.


*(Thornbury Hipster Irony Meter)

That's harsh brother.

1) I don't do irony well (growing up in Preston in the 70s kills that off pretty quick).
2) Too old to be a hipster.
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post


I'm speechless.
{makes mental note in data base to never allow superfudge near stereo at party}

 

I hope you like Dead or Alive and Tears for Fears.

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Originally Posted by The Ernesto View Post

That's harsh brother.
1) I don't do irony well (growing up in Preston in the 70s kills that off pretty quick).
2) Too old to be a hipster.

Don't tell me you had a Conti or Cresknit cardi and flags from suiting and shoes custom made from Venus?
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

Don't tell me you had a Conti or Cresknit cardi and flags from suiting and shoes custom made from Venus?

lol. Not quite the full kit but there was definitely Crestknit in the house. Mum did work for Aywon.
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

Seeing that one only wears a T shirt under an opened necked shirt or an old one to the gym - white is the only colour.


fxh, you're usually spot on, but I think that you're wrong in this case.

In my ever-so-humble opinion, a grey marle t-shirt looks better than a white one when worn under an open-necked chambray or oxford-cloth shirt.
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Appropriate colours for T shirts

1. White

2. Grey

3. Dark Green

4. Black

5. Brown (trust me)

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