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Breaking in new denim

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by afaludi, Jul 21, 2006.

  1. afaludi

    afaludi Well-Known Member

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    So last night I decided to by some new denim, I was wondering if any of you had any idea how long it takes to break in a denim comforter. I mean I wear it every night for at least 6 hours and it gets plenty of wear (you know what I mean lol) Should I starch? The girlfriends just don't understand how much I love denim, does anyone alse have the same problem?
     
  2. digital_denim

    digital_denim Well-Known Member

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    do you mean you have a blanket made out of denim? And what are you doing with your comforter for 6 hours every night?

    Actually i enjoy my denim being stiff. And if you want to make your denim more comfortable (soft) why would you starch?

    And yes, many people here have the same problem as you.
     
  3. nairb49

    nairb49 Well-Known Member

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    I think your questions need to be restated in different wording perhaps...
     
  4. tangerine

    tangerine Well-Known Member

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    The OP is taking the piss...
     
  5. Ahaz

    Ahaz Well-Known Member

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    The OP is taking the piss...

    Your British vernacular confuses and frightens me.

    *spits chew*
     
  6. tangerine

    tangerine Well-Known Member

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    Your British vernacular confuses and frightens me.

    *spits chew*


    Sorry, I hadn't had a drink yet when I wrote that.

    *cough* Damn Limeys! Your tea is in the harbor!

    Now pass the rye, brother Ahaz.
     
  7. Ahaz

    Ahaz Well-Known Member

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    Now, what in the tarnhill is that? Rye? I've got some Coors and a can of skoal, both of which you're welcome to.
     
  8. tangerine

    tangerine Well-Known Member

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    I thank you, and offer a beaker of Siete Leguas and a Smyrna fig in return.
     
  9. Ahaz

    Ahaz Well-Known Member

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    Are you coming on to me? Hmm, maybe we can borrow afalundi's denim comforter. Lay it out on a grassy hillside, and enjoy your Site Legolas and Smirnoff Fig.

    *spits chew*

    Which gives me an idea. I think you should send me a pair of jeans, and I'll do a custom tobacco wash on them. Kind of a brown overdye, if you will. I think it would look hot.
     
  10. tangerine

    tangerine Well-Known Member

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    I am sending you a selvage fig leaf, sinner. It's part of tg76's Fall line. Fall, get it?
     

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