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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by minya, Apr 9, 2006.

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  1. whodini

    whodini Well-Known Member

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    Screw the beer, how are the ladies?
    Well, now we know that for the meetup in December we'll be headed to the Rhino. That cool?

    The ladies haven't been bad in the past but it's definitely not a meat market. People go there to drink and eat with friends. If you're looking for belt-notch bait, there's plenty of that elsewhere on Colorado but don't quote me on it being quality. There's a reason I stay the hell away from that shit.

    If your question is directed towards Who then you're asking the wrong dude.

    That sissy scarf you've got wrapped around your neck like the hands of that sailor you picked up at Chili's the other night in Brea must be cutting off the circulation to your neck. Again.
     
  2. PG2G

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    Well, now we know that for the meetup in December we'll be headed to the Rhino. That cool?

    Haha, I'm down. I got 3 or 4 free passes for spending too much last time I went :/
     
  3. whodini

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    Haha, I'm down. I got 3 or 4 free passes for spending too much last time I went :/
    Passes? We don't need no stinkin' passes. I go for the lunch buffet=free admin.
     
  4. jet

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    That sissy scarf you've got wrapped around your neck like the hands of that sailor you picked up at Chili's the other night in Brea must be cutting off the circulation to your neck. Again.

    Not unlike the fit of your pants that simulate the delicate grip that is Brutus on your miniscule gentalia?

    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  5. whodini

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    Not unlike the fit of your pants that simulate the delicate grip that is Brutus on your miniscule gentalia?

    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

    It was those pants that made your mom fall in love with me. [​IMG]
     
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    She actually wondered how you could manage to have male reproductive organs and fit into those pants at the same time so I told her about your procedure.
     
  7. whodini

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    She actually wondered how you could manage to have male reproductive organs and fit into those pants at the same time so I told her about your procedure.
    It figures you would tell her about the procedure. If I'm not mistaken, that scarf came free with it, right?
     
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    It figures you would tell her about the procedure. If I'm not mistaken, that scarf came free with it, right?

    You ever end up pickling that thing since you never had any use for it?
     
  9. whodini

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    You ever end up pickling that thing since you never had any use for it?
    Going back to the business of this thread, I'm buying you a writer so you can work on your jokes.
     
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    Picked up some of these for Who since his estro injections are kickin in.

    [​IMG]
     
  11. whodini

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    Your jokes suck more than your boyfriend.

    A week or two ago I picked up a pair of RL monks, some Fry boots, and a few random tops, some of which are Agnes B.
     
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    Never heard anyone insult themselves like that [​IMG]

    Or maybe you were giving yourself props :shrug:
     
  13. kali77

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    Picked my 1st real pairs of nice denim. Grabbed the KMW 1950 in 32/32 and the APC Rescue in 30w per what I have read here they stretch alottttt. Still a little worried about the fit of the APC as I am not into real slim jeans(time will tell I suppose coming tomorrow). Can't wait to get the KMW, I plan on wearing these non-stop as my day to day pair for quite a while.
     
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    The rescue 30 will fit like a 33 before they stretch. My 31s are at 35 or 36 in the waist, and not particularly slim - more of a neutral cut, but more slender in the hips that a repro style.
     
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    The rescue 30 will fit like a 33 before they stretch. My 31s are at 35 or 36 in the waist, and not particularly slim - more of a neutral cut, but more slender in the hips that a repro style.

    Thanks, that is what I was hoping to hear. I am about a 33, so if anything they may stretch to be a little loose.
     
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    Everytime you wash them, they go back to 33.
     
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    Somet 003 from forum member bona drag

    good lord - can't wait to get them

    i convinced myself that i needed two more pairs of jeans: a japanese made pair and the 5EP raw's.

    now too many jeans in the rotation!

    rb11
    rrl
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    rigid 514
    1+ year rrds

    plus two washed pairs (nudie, pdc) that i never touch

    1 more pair...raw 5EP's, and i'm done.
     
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    The 5EP's are Japanese made. But one can never have too many jeans.
     
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    I meant Japanese through-and-through: imported, the whole deal. I've always like that story but never liked a pair of the jeans enough to buy them. I tried the Somets on a month or so ago at BiG but they didn't have my size with the blank back pockets.

    I might use the Somets as my beaters and dress up the RRL's and R&B's. Or not. Who cares.
     
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