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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.

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  1. jet

    jet Well-Known Member

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    ^I would grab a burger and some beer with this du right here. Had that golden state burger with some rochefort 10 on superbowl sunday followed by an upmann mag 50.

    I thought it was a given that I'm a connoisseur of all things fine from females to cigars.
     
  2. APK

    APK Well-Known Member

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    You guys find a way to nerd everything up.
     
  3. AR_Six

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    ^This is extremely true but I am at peace with that.
    bacon is complementary without taking away. The balance is perfect but because you haven't had it you just don't know.
    You really think I haven't had bacon on a good gourmet burger? It tastes good but it tastes like a bacon cheeseburger. It's a waste. Beer is complimentary.
     
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    clark kent Well-Known Member

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    still trying to find my own aesthetic [​IMG] [​IMG] m999 pbj mmm
     
  5. zissou

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    Never understood the appeal of laphroaig. It tastes like bog water.
     
  6. AR_Six

    AR_Six Well-Known Member

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    ^I am not the biggest fan either but scotch is one of those things where I don't feel like there is cause to judge other peoples' tastes since they vary so much. Ie, people like very different things in their scotch and there's no real right or wrong in it. The opposite perspective is what has led to wine getting so much less varied and interesting over time.
     
  7. Mr. Moo

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    Never understood the appeal of laphroaig. It tastes like bog water.

    For peat's sake!
     
  8. jet

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    ^lol

    fuck you guys i'm going back to the cigar thread
     
  9. scott.m

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    That's hilarious.

    If nothing else, Tyler is on the cusp of blowing up. Dude finally signed to a label.


    Pretty sure he was trolling about that so so def shit, he dropped a "sike" right after. And thanks for the love guys, I try to have fun.
     
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    Never been a fan of the Julius bra shirts, but this looks good. With regards to what Eason was saying, I think the bunching of the hem of the shirt makes your hips look a bit bigger than they are, and makes your upper body look smaller by comparison. I wouldn't worry about it too much though; and with some outerwear, it wouldn't be noticeable at all. btw, did you ever get an answer about the Julius flagship store in the Small Questions Thread?
    ah, makes sense tbh...the bunching looks that way because I purposely did that to show off the details of the jeans for the picture. If I let it drape naturally it wouldn't have looked like that I guess. Thanks for a real critique. as for the flagship.. Yah, hide-san ordered the two shirts I wanted already, so I dunno wth that one dude was talking about....
     
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    Ah word, that's awesome.
     
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    For peat's sake!

    i lol'd
     
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    ^This is extremely true but I am at peace with that. You really think I haven't had bacon on a good gourmet burger? It tastes good but it tastes like a bacon cheeseburger. It's a waste. Beer is complimentary.
    yo u dont like backon? wtf y u on innernet 4?
     
  15. jet

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    ^lol fucking westside

    I'm just gonna go ahead and ignore ARs last comment simply because it made no sense.
     
  16. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG]


    Ha ha, BURGERS!

    Oh, hai guys. Ignore, for the moment, the exquisitely designed Jil shirt. Just bought my first pair of slim fit Dockers, and am completely underwhelmed. They fit in the waist so I'm not sure how I'm supposed to size down.

    What u think: acceptable, or totally unidentifiable as slim fit pants?


    [​IMG]
     
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    Oh, hai guys. Ignore, for the moment, the exquisitely designed Jil shirt. Just bought my first pair of slim fit Dockers, and am completely underwhelmed. They fit in the waist so I'm not sure how I'm supposed to size down. What u think: acceptable, or totally unidentifiable as slim fit pants?
    Those are not "slim fit". They do not fit in a slim way. What are you doing with that shirt dog, 2.50 at Goodwill is still 2.50. You can even put it toward your fund to someday buy a shirt that doesn't visually suck a dick. AR thinks a "gourmet burger" is ground beef on a bun? That is not the kind of thinking I expect from a guy with a shorts suit.
     
  19. noob in 89

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    Sorry du, that's just some east German steez that eludes you atm. Let me have my bro Crazy Jew break it down for you:
    Even though some of the fits here seem incomprehensible to you, it's only because you don't understand. It's like people who talk shit about modern art, arguing that it's just a bunch of bullshit random shapes and squares. That's because they don't know anything about modern art, so they cannot attribute a meaning to modern art. They only see random shapes, just like you two only see layers of meaningless cloth on a person who actually very much knows what he is doing. Take a look at some of the runway shows for designers such as Prada, Givenchy, or Dior...What they wear is bizarre, freakish, yet innovative and edgy. To normal people who know little about fashion except what exists in the windows of pedestrian stands at the mall, this kind of fashion is entirely too esoteric and thus becomes a joke to them. But to those who do understand fashion, there is more depth to what these models wear than what one would normally think.
    Sorry, robot -- YOU don't get modern art. You must be a pedestrian. [​IMG] Thanks for confirming the pants, though. Back to the lowly mall they go!
     
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    Junya Watanabe
    White Mountaineering
    Temple of Jawnz
    Lad Musician
    Visvim

    AKA same old shit.


    Looks good. I realize the jacket is Junya Watanabe, but do you have any other details about it? I'm having trouble finding it and I'm really interested. Thanks
     
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