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post #46 of 70
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Originally Posted by James Bond View Post
You like it, the Pedobear?

At worst that'd be an ephebobear.
post #47 of 70
As long as we're off topic (and this is coming from some who just graduated high school) some girls do NOT look like they are in high school at at. Put them on a college campus and no one would bat an eye (of course they would be wiping their drool).

Anyways, unless you tend to live in a large metropolitan area (and even if you do...) people tend to have no experience with style outside of their small suburb bubbles. Just simply laugh it off and say stuff like "I'm an old man what do you expect" and take nothing serious from it.

Congrats though on being a well dressed teacher.
post #48 of 70
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Originally Posted by Douglas View Post
I could never, ever, ever teach 15-16 year old girls. Within 2 years I would certainly either:

a) Be arrested.
b) Blow my own sobbing brains out after an epic masturbation binge.
post #49 of 70
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Originally Posted by Brian278 View Post
Most 15-16 year old girls know absolutely nothing about anything and are basically sheep. Only some of them grow out of this phase.

this is why I am teaching my 3 yr old daughter the ways of classic mens wear. She even stopped me sunday before church and mentioned that daddy forgot his pocket square. Brought tears to my eyes.
post #50 of 70
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Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
Brought tears to my eyes.
WOW...awwwwww. Sig'd
post #51 of 70
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Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
this is why I am teaching my 3 yr old daughter the ways of classic mens wear. She even stopped me sunday before church and mentioned that daddy forgot his pocket square. Brought tears to my eyes.

there is hope for this world!
post #52 of 70
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Originally Posted by JLibourel View Post
Women of any age know nothing about classic menswear. (Well, nearly all of them, anyway.) Without seeing it, your ensemble sounds tasteful and classic to me. Why on earth would you expect 5th form girls to be arbitrae elegantiae?

the adjective elegans is 3rd declension, and the noun arbiter is masculine. the feminine noun closest in meaning is domina. the plural genitive form of elegans is elegantium. because elegans is an adjective, you'd need a noun for it to modify. take, for example, vestum virum (the garments of men).

so: 5th forms girls aren't dominae elegantium vestum virum.

sorry to be the SF Latin douchebag in residence, but I kind of had to.
post #53 of 70
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b) Blow my own sobbing brains out after an epic masturbation binge.
lol wtfuckityfuck
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Originally Posted by wmmk View Post
sorry to be the SF Latin douchebag in residence, but I kind of had to.
Having to ever pick up Latin again would make me blow my brains out though I do like the word "declension".
post #54 of 70
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Originally Posted by wmmk View Post
the adjective elegans is 3rd declension, and the noun arbiter is masculine. the feminine noun closest in meaning is domina. the plural genitive form of elegans is elegantium. because elegans is an adjective, you'd need a noun for it to modify. take, for example, vestum virum (the garments of men).

so: 5th forms girls aren't dominae elegantium vestum virum.

sorry to be the SF Latin douchebag in residence, but I kind of had to.

You just had to be that guy.
post #55 of 70
so this post is about teenage girls or matching? i'm confused.
post #56 of 70
Women are not dominae elegantium vestum virum.

The new SF motto.
post #57 of 70
Well, back on topic... I think. Keep wearing what you are wearing. I teach a bunch of first graders that think everything is amazing. I come in the classroom with shirt, tie and jacket and they always like it.... But for some reason they want me to wear a Sponge Bob/High School Musical tie everyday. Ahhhhh, bless their hearts.
post #58 of 70
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Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
this is why I am teaching my 3 yr old daughter the ways of classic mens wear. She even stopped me sunday before church and mentioned that daddy forgot his pocket square. Brought tears to my eyes.

Nice.
post #59 of 70
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Originally Posted by Composer_1777 View Post
It has mostly been the woman teachers sleeping with students, even when i was in highschool.

Why didn't this happen when I was in high school?
post #60 of 70
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Originally Posted by ryoneo View Post
Well, back on topic... I think. Keep wearing what you are wearing. I teach a bunch of first graders that think everything is amazing. I come in the classroom with shirt, tie and jacket and they always like it.... But for some reason they want me to wear a Sponge Bob/High School Musical tie everyday. Ahhhhh, bless their hearts.

Lucky you! The kids sound delightful.
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