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Will Schuester fashion (Glee) - Good College Fashion? MASSIVE Slideshow!

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LukeM, May 22, 2011.

  1. DLester

    DLester Well-Known Member

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    ^ the dippy music mostly.

    someone kill this fucking thread
     
  2. thatguymj

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    do people actually watch glee for the hackneyed narrative or just for the musical numbers
    I pray to god its for the 'music' bc the narrative and story lines SUCK. Thankfully my GF never really got into it so I was only forced to endure a episode or 2. It was actually really popular in the town I live when it first started ( its pretty much really popular everywhere now, i guess [​IMG] ) as one of the chicks on the show went to the same high school as I did and grew up in the same city. She was in my little brothers grade and I think was the homecoming queen or president of the school or something.
     
  3. DLester

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    the girls are hot (they must all be 25 y/o right, not actually HS age?) and this is the best reason to watch. ya I am still posting in the glee thread

    I have 2 degrees of separation from Will, long story.

    On the show he looks like he is forced to wear a tie (which is how he is supposed to look), so I don't see how he is a style icon for anyone. Unless you want to look like you are forced to wear a tie.
     
  4. nicelynice

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    I knew a guy who dressed like this in college and girls loved it
    Dude was also very attractive
    Are you an attractive dude?
     
  5. aaaeeeiiiooouuu

    aaaeeeiiiooouuu Well-Known Member

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    if you dress boisterously you might attract certain girls but you'll also turn off others

    not all girls are into dudes who dress boisterously
     
  6. notwithit

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    the girls are hot (they must all be 25 y/o right, not actually HS age?) and this is the best reason to watch.

    Disagree. Hot girls may make a bad show vaguely tolerable, but they do not constitute a reason to watch a bad show in and of themselves. Claiming hot girls is a form of apologism as weak as "the show has also adressed alot of issues that teens face throughout the course of highschool".

    If you watch the show, you watch it because you enjoy flimsy, hackneyed plots that serve mostly to lead up to performances of terrible pop songs, and you enjoy the performances of terrible pop songs.

    if you dress boisterously you might attract certain girls but you'll also turn off others

    not all girls are into dudes who dress boisterously


    This is a really good point. Particularly in college, dressing like a jackass will attract attention. Attention will get you conversations with girls, even though there's a decent chance they'll be corny and attention-seeking as well.

    There was a decent discussion of "peacocking" in another thread, and I think wearing an unnecessary and incongruous necktie is a fair example of this. (see also: UrbanAesthetics)
     
  7. pickpackpockpuck

    pickpackpockpuck Well-Known Member

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    Haha. I thought this thread was a joke. It is, right? Please tell me it is.
     
  8. kraands

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    Those dad jeans are terrible.
     
  9. threeLegDog

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    This guy's look is strategically designed to get hopeless 40 year old suburban women wet. Avoid it in every particular.
    Unless that is what you want [​IMG]
     
  10. blake

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    This is my new favorite thread.
     
  11. Eason

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    Glee is better than 99% of other TV shows. (0)
     
  12. El Argentino

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    Can I get a shoutout for Lea Michelle (or whatever her name is) being one of the most fucking annoying people/voices on the planet?

    Eagerly awaiting a move to DT on this one... or perhaps a debate in CE on "Why Glee is the most obnoxious show ever created"
     
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    you sure about that? Peter Green Fleetwood Mac were badass. Listen to Otis Span The biggest thing since colossus...and Lindsay Buckingham is a monster player and songwriter. Fleetwood Mac means a lot of different things.



    *Please note that Fleetwood Mac also sucks.
     
  14. boogaboogabooga

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    you sure about that? Peter Green Fleetwood Mac were badass. Listen to Otis Span The biggest thing since colossus...and Lindsay Buckingham is a monster player and songwriter. Fleetwood Mac means a lot of different things.

    Agreed. Plus, Lindsey Buckingham may be the only popular musician to play an essentially 2 note solo. Does it mean that much? Not really. Is it sort of interesting to hear someone do something like that besides an obscuro Kraut rock band? Marginally!
     
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    Glee speaks to a sizable but relatively alienated demographic (gay/awkward/theatery [pre]teens who love musicals but don't actually "get" music) that doesn't have a lot of media espousing their particular narratives. It connects with those kids and people who used to be like those kids, hence it's popularity.

    It's like Sex and the City. Yes it sucks, but at the time, middle aged women didn't have anything else.
     
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    ooooh a Neil Young Glee episode would be sweet!


    Agreed. Plus, Lindsey Buckingham may be the only popular musician to play an essentially 2 note solo. Does it mean that much? Not really. Is it sort of interesting to hear someone do something like that besides an obscuro Kraut rock band? Marginally!
     
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    I'm holding out for the Gorgoroth episide.
     
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    I don't see what's so great about his outfits. Pretty bland to me.

    On the topic of the show, some of the girls I know whom enjoy watching Glee actually do watch it for the storyline, drama, ect. But these are also the same girls who watch shows like the bachelor and various mtv stuff. [​IMG] I for one cringe at the corny tween drama bs.
     
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    are you fucking shitting me?

    people need a guide on how to wear basic shirts and prefaded jeans?


    I sometimes question the time i spend on here
     

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