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post #3406 of 7231
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And good luck finding any women that will let you anywhere near them with that smelly diseased face-mop.
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It's been years since I wore any sort of beard, but I can assure you that you're way off on this point.
Thorny: Who wants a moustache ride? German Woman: I do, I do! German Man: Oooh, I vant von too!
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I assume this guy gives great head too.
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Where is the secret trove of these pics? I was thinking of putting together a collage for the foyer.
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Where is the secret trove of these pics? I was thinking of putting together a collage for the foyer.

I believe this is his blog; http://www.whatisjameswearing.com/
post #3410 of 7231
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This dude must give great head, because I cannot think of any other reason why his photo would be posted on this site.

It's Reno County Fair chic X $5000. I commented something to this extent, though much nicer, on the Sartorialist website. Essentially that the Sart and Co. are only impressed by this because they haven't been exposed to the SoCal trash that have been wearing this since the early 00's. Apparently this didn't pass moderation. Too many "Love this look!!1!" comments to approve, I guess.

And yes, I've seen roses, vines, flowers, etc. on these print parkas for <i>years</i>. Calitrash are not without their playful side.
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I believe this is his blog; http://www.whatisjameswearing.com/

Finally, the mystery is solved. Bookmarked.
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
I have no idea why you try to maintain this charade that your uneducated hick opinion would be worth something. Comment on the suits and leave the other looks alone, you just don't have the basic aesthetic and subcultural knowledge to contribute anything but a demonstration of your own ignorance. I really don't understand why a bunch of MC posters insist on acting like the main characters of a play called "JLibourel Vs contemporary society". Ok, the modern world left you behind and you're angry, we get it.

It's hilarious reading some of these guys critique something other than suits.
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This dude is trying WAY too hard. Comes off like a wanna-be-nerd c-bag hipster, that doesn't yet realize that beards are SO 2001. Dude, seriously. Comb the food pieces out of that beaver pelt on your face, lose the goofy ugly bowtie (that blue is hideously fake), get on a stairmaster and lose the massive gut before trying to wear a cardigan under a blazer (which in itself is douchey enough to deserve a kick to the jewels) and I dunno... maybe stop trying to force your style so much. When people try this hard, it just looks fake and falls flat.

And for the love of gawd, can we please get a federal ban on hipster beards? I swear that has to be the ugliest, most hideous trend of the last two centuries. It didn't look good in the Victorian age and it definitely doesn't look good now. And good luck finding any women that will let you anywhere near them with that smelly diseased face-mop.

you sound like one of those 'guest commentators' on those vh1 shows that diss celebs

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It's hilarious reading some of these guys critique something other than suits.

+1
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Originally Posted by jet View Post
It's hilarious reading some of these guys critique something other than suits.


Hilarious?...............No...............Sorta sad......
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
I don't think it's accurate at all. Same goes for the purple sweater or the fuschia overcheck on the coat. All this is very unlikely to pop as much IRL.

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Still looks good, IMO.
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Still looks good, IMO.

Yes, beautiful colours, and colour and fabric combinations.
(Too much for me personally in one outfit, but I like boring stuff, so that's no surprise.)
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
Still looks good, IMO.

I think it looks better.
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post
I think it looks better.

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post #3420 of 7231
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
Yes, beautiful colours, and colour and fabric combinations.
(Too much for me personally in one outfit, but I like boring stuff, so that's no surprise.)

Yeah I was going to point out that the color has been enriched in most of the photographs, but it still looks nice.
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