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Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. dishy

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    Ask them to mark it as a gift and declare its value as 50 bucks or something.
     
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    As aforementioned, Menkui Tei and Minca are both great in my opinion.
     
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  3. T9P3

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    I'm thinking of buying a few items from endclothing - has anyone ordered from them before? If so, what did you think of the service?
     
  4. Find Finn

    Find Finn Well-Known Member

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    A+
     
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  5. brad-t

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    Not even going to mention Peir made you pancakes!?
     
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  6. zapatiste

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    Forget pancakes, what about the jacket fitting and checking out de rien !?
     
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  7. brad-t

    brad-t Well-Known Member

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    Checking out nothing?
     
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    Ditto!
     
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    My 10-year HS reunion was tonight. I did not attend, and by the sounds of it, neither did almost anyone else. My graduating class was about 300+, but only about five people showed. The girl who took over planning it (after the original organizer called it off due to lack of payments for the original slate of festivities) posted to the reunion group page of FB that the class of '03 could suck her balls and that we weren't shit.
     
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  11. brad-t

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    In the age of Facebook, high school reunions are pretty damn pointless. I wonder how long this tradition will continue for.
     
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    That's my take. I kept in touch with my actual friends, and thanks to Facebook, am pretty well up-to-date on what's happening with acquaintances that I never really see. In this Facebook era where most people are sharing or over-sharing what's going on in their lives, events that serve the lone function of catching up seem increasingly pointless and not really worth anyone's time.
     
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  13. Benesyed

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    but i want people i didnt like to see me in my neurosurg funded sports car :(
    jk jk


    out of curiousity, does anyone else here do routine FB pruning? I usually unadd people if i havent spoken to them in real life/substatively interacted with them in 1 year.

    Ive whittled fb down to 200 ppl. Mostly the kids in my class since we routinely interact.
     
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    This week is going to be fun

    So I will be participating at MRket this week. If any of you guys will be in the building, feel free to send me a pm or stop by.
     
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    This is funny since I just ran into a jr/high school friend who is now engaged. I was surprised. I asked about if there was ever a HS reunion, too. She told me to get back on FB as I have pretty much been MIA for 2 years lol. She said basically all you need to know about events and people is on FB.

    Found out that her, and other old classmates are also getting married, or have kids already

    wow

    (forever alone)
     
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    I would not prune unless the other person and you got beef. It is funny you say 'pruning' as our firm categorizes clients and one of the status is "prune". Clients only get put in that category if they give us a hard time or want free everything and anything. time is money ..

    I guess you can prune out the freeloaders
     
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    I don't use Facebook and I still wouldn't go, I don't really care about what people I knew 10+ years ago, are doing now.
     
  19. noob in 89

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    The internet is my family now.
     
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    Well the pancakes were really good! I don't even like pancakes at home but these hit the spot!

    Ha! Yeah they were apart of a limited edition artisanal run! Only 5 were made in the whole wide world hehe
     
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