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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. Mr. Moo

    Mr. Moo Well-Known Member

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    All Day I Dream About Styleforum
    ADIDAS
     
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    It did ring a bell but I had to google the brand. I think I just popculturefailed.
     
  3. LA Guy

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    Dude, I have no idea how old you really are, but you seemed to have been born middle aged. You embrace the idea of middle age. You run towards it's comfortable cocoon. Every three posts you mention that you have two kids and a career and you know, are not an irresponsible kid. Your main criticism of most looks is "Are you going to wear that to Starbucks? Where do you work?" I mean, I'm not here to criticize you for that - some people were just born that way.

    I too, have a black friend? (0) or (10).
     
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  4. Fuuma

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    Hey I know a bunch of black people, they're not afro-americans though, which I guess counts.
     
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    So wtf happened with winter storm Juno?. It seems like the most extreme was about 6".
     
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    I wonder on which forum the same guy posts pics of white guys in skirts and dramatic coats...


     
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    It was really bad in RI/CT/MA and Long Island.

    NYC is a relatively small area so even a slight change in wind direction kept the storm from hitting the city hard. Most forecasters acknowledged this as a possibility but in the pre-storm hype it kind of got lost (and of course, if something doesn't hit NYC, it doesn't happen at all).
     
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    Wasn't too bad, but I got around 9 inches where I live.
     
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  10. OccultaVexillum

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    What is "really bad"? I saw parts of MA had 6-8" and that seemed to be about it.
     
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    20+ inches here which is a lot for the city. Visibility seemed pretty bad yesterday, atleast from what I could tell from my apartment window.
     
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    I bet flava flav's cousin is embarrassed of him as well
     
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    I think we got about 25" here in Somerville (i.e. Boston). Pretty much snowed for 24 hrs straight, maybe even more. Non-emergency travel banned (no roads, no public transit), schools closed for two days, work cancelled for almost everyone I know in the area, supermarkets getting mobbed in the days leading up to the storm.

    I passed the time making Irish stew with friends and drinking very heavily. It was like getting a 2-day stay at home winter vacation. :cool:
     
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    You like it, the hyperbole? :foo:

    Sometimes I feel like people here see me as a caricature of my own posts. This stings me a bit, but it is not an unfounded realization among the online fora. Truth is people are free to do and dress as they wish, and I am free to mock or applaud as I wish. In turn they are free to pass judgment about my sense of being, at least online. It is all fine.
     
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    Well, then, your online persona was born middle-aged. I'm sure it has nothing to do with who you are in Real Life.
     
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    We are all living as part of the StyleForum Matrix. What is real?

    Are you ready to be fooed?

    Do you want the Uncle pill or the Nephew pill?

    My name is miran, for we are many.
     
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    I don't want to ever have to shovel a driveway.
     
  18. LA Guy

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    For anyone who doesn't know, kohZO is a cool denim brand, and it's done some pretty innovative shit. I think that it was one of the earliest brands to use washi in its denim. From what I've seen, it's the denim brand of choice at goth ninja stores. However, here is a good example of why sometimes, a brand should just stick to its products, instead of hiring someone to makeover its image. This is for the SS15 collection, I think, and it's succeeded in making the brand look like an upscale GStar raw. Upscale because the prices are higher, and the dude is wearing some baller boots instead of some Diesel looking sneakers:

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    Well, I'm a pretty nice guy in real life I would say. And I like poop jokes. So there's that, which is nice.
     
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