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wmmk

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Originally Posted by Resin
Alright, I suppose I'll just keep doin what I'm doin until I get a bit older, as you guys said.

And could someone tell me who Kodiak is?


A kid who looks a lot like you. He recently came here, posted pictures of himself (badly dressed), and asked the internetz to dress him with trendy-ass ****. Now he only wears his B.Son hoodie, black Diors, and patent Common Projects. Err'day. It's gotten boring.
 

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Originally Posted by wmmk
A kid who looks a lot like you. He recently came here, posted pictures of himself (badly dressed), and asked the internetz to dress him with trendy-ass ****. Now he only wears his B.Son hoodie, black Diors, and patent Common Projects. Err'day. It's gotten boring.

Oh, that's weird.. sorta same situation here, eh? Haha
 

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I believe I'm the one who said that. Search function the man to find out the whole story.

Oh, and apparently Kodiak does have a twin over on Sufu but I'd need pictures to confirm.
 

wmmk

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Originally Posted by Resin
Oh, that's weird.. sorta same situation here, eh? Haha
Kind of, although I presume you're younger. Hell, are you even in high school? (this coming from a HS sophomore, FWIW)
 

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Yeah I used the search and saw a few topics by him, but nothing too incredibly outrageous. And yeah... I'm in High School. I'm 16 and a Junior.
 

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^ looks like you need to wait at least two years to say that. Random: I stopped by a friend's desk at work today but he wasn't there. When I got back to my desk I had an e-note waiting. "Did you happen to come by my desk a minute ago? ___ told me, 'I didn't recognize the guy but he was young. Blond hair, spiked...young...if I saw him driving a car I'd be surprised because he looked too young to drive.'" That hasn't happened to me in 10 years.
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emo style is very much in right now. you could go for that. Just the style, not the attitude. and it would fit your physique as you are on the slim side.. and as some of them said, you're still too young to worry much about fashion. i say wear something as others your age would.
 

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Originally Posted by wmmk
A kid who looks a lot like you. He recently came here, posted pictures of himself (badly dressed), and asked the internetz to dress him with trendy-ass ****. Now he only wears his unadorned grey sweatshirt, APC new cures, and UO wingtips. Err'day. It's gotten boring.
Fixed edit: you're not that bad...just thought the parallel was ironic.
 

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When people say that you're too young to care, it means you're too young for THEM to care. Seriously, LookBook is chock full of 14-18 year olds who are stylish as **** and there's no reason why you shouldn't be allowed to look good at any age. THE best dressed girl on superfuture is I think 16 years old. Use LookBook.nu for help, but don't ask us for advice because you'll just get a canned response and you'll probably be too scared to deviate from that, instead of developing your own sense of style which is what you should be doing.
 

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Originally Posted by Brutus
^ looks like you need to wait at least two years to say that.

Random: I stopped by a friend's desk at work today but he wasn't there. When I got back to my desk I had an e-note waiting. "Did you happen to come by my desk a minute ago? ___ told me, 'I didn't recognize the guy but he was young. Blond hair, spiked...young...if I saw him driving a car I'd be surprised because he looked too young to drive.'" That hasn't happened to me in 10 years.
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Nowadays it's just, "I love you in 'How I met Your Mother', and I fully support your decision to come out of the closet!"
 

Johnny Amiga

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Originally Posted by Brian SD
When people say that you're too young to care, it means you're too young for THEM to care. Seriously, LookBook is chock full of 14-18 year olds who are stylish as **** and there's no reason why you shouldn't be allowed to look good at any age. THE best dressed girl on superfuture is I think 16 years old.

Use LookBook.nu for help, but don't ask us for advice because you'll just get a canned response and you'll probably be too scared to deviate from that, instead of developing your own sense of style which is what you should be doing.


This is great advice. It's not a bad idea to start developing your own style as early as possible. SF's just not the right place for it, as most people here are kinda OLD.

Lookbook is prolly much better as far as inspiration goes.
 

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Originally Posted by wmmk
A kid who looks a lot like you. He recently came here, posted pictures of himself (badly dressed), and asked the internetz to dress him with trendy-ass ****. Now he only wears his B.Son hoodie, black Diors, and patent Common Projects. Err'day. It's gotten boring.

Originally Posted by ToruOkada
A kid who looks a lot like you. He recently came here, posted pictures of himself (badly dressed), and asked the internetz to dress him with trendy-ass ****. Now he only wears his unadorned grey sweatshirt, APC new cures, and UO wingtips. Err'day. It's gotten boring.

Fixed

edit: you're not that bad...just thought the parallel was ironic.


Whoa there buddy (wmmk), no need to be going off on me like I'm some kind of lesser person than you, especially when (above) the same could be said of you. And I wear a lot more than my b.son hoodie anyways, now that its gotten colder.
 

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i like the 3rd pic, it also reminds me of wolf shirt for some reason.
 

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