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post #2911 of 7230
The worst/best part about the hobo are the comments. What the hell are these people thinking?

https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?bl...7&isPopup=true
post #2912 of 7230
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Originally Posted by musicguy View Post
The worst/best part about the hobo are the comments. What the hell are these people thinking?

https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?bl...7&isPopup=true

I have wondered about this as well. It seems a sizable number of them are fellow fashion bloggers who comment positively on everything he posts. These guys have their sites on their signatures and they do this so they generate traffic to their own website and get additional readers.

The rest of them, I have no idea what is wrong with them!
post #2913 of 7230
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Originally Posted by cross22 View Post
The rest of them, I have no idea what is wrong with them!

It's fashion, if the bloggers say it's good, the rest get back in line. Now that it has been seen in a positive light by the prophets of the fashion world, this man is no longer a fashionista who robbed a hobo, but "An interesting on unique take on patterns, proportion, texture and colour, a true vision that I shall aspire to in future!"
post #2914 of 7230
BTW, no matter how bad the flea market guy may look, at least Scott's not trying to outdo Face Hunter. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_6UzdmF8O-O...h/IMG_1521.jpg The asian guy may look like a hobo, but at least his head doesn't pop out of a blue vagina, that's unhealthy! Also, white jeans on rainy day, ffs!
post #2915 of 7230
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Originally Posted by Baron View Post
New at Mister Mort. Nice pleats.

Winner of the "nicest pair of pleated pants with mysterious fluids on them" prize.
But, of course, that would be of no interest to SF, as long as we've got the dancing fool in his sheepskin coat to quote, and quote, and requote...
post #2916 of 7230
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Originally Posted by Spats View Post
Winner of the "nicest pair of pleated pants with mysterious fluids on them" prize.
But, of course, that would be of no interest to SF, as long as we've got the dancing fool in his sheepskin coat to quote, and quote, and requote...

Hired!
post #2917 of 7230
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Originally Posted by Spats View Post
Winner of the "nicest pair of pleated pants with mysterious fluids on them" prize.
But, of course, that would be of no interest to SF, as long as we've got the dancing fool in his sheepskin coat to quote, and quote, and requote...




Nothing is greater than a lady with some stains on their trousers or blouses....

Ask Clinton.
post #2918 of 7230
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Originally Posted by ginghaman View Post
didn't know hobos have such great colour co-ordination skills

Fyi, that guy is a construction engineer.
post #2919 of 7230
What's the Shartorialist's fucking obsession with people on cell phones?
post #2920 of 7230
A lot of sprezz in that photo. Un-velcroed sneakers, unbuckled bag, a meaty thigh, unkempt hair...
post #2921 of 7230
Her shoe situation is righteous.
post #2922 of 7230
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by bigbris1 View Post
Her shoe situation is righteous.

Thank you.

No clue why anyone would complain about that picture.
post #2923 of 7230
Don't get me wrong, the two women are attractive! greco asked "why all of the cellphones," I think teh sprezz is what inspired the photo. However, taking photos of people on cell phones makes the photo appear more candid and livelier (livelier might be a stretch, perhaps less posed). The only "complaint," per se, was the meaty thigh.
post #2924 of 7230
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Originally Posted by dv3 View Post
The only "complaint," per se, was the meaty thigh.

They say "losers" like fat girls. Pass it on over heah.
post #2925 of 7230
Is that a Hefty bag the one in the center?
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