HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. bourbonbasted

    bourbonbasted Cyber Eliitist

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    Equally as disappointing is the portion of the fora that is quick to be butt-hurt over dumb things said on the internet.
     


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    wouldnt you like to know, partner!
     


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    yowza, that must burn.
     


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    Not butt-hurt, just bored by banal meatheads. Just saying, "It's the interwebz!" isn't a get-out-of-jail-free card. Everything's fair game, but be witty about it.

    Anyway, second wearing of the Luxire shirt. The Goetzner (sp?) fabric is so soft, and I'm digging the unlined cuffs and collar. Collar is a bit snug, though, so will adjust for next order. Also, dislike the Luxire label; too scratchy.

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    The internet. Giving people an excuse to act beligerent since the 90's

    in all seriousness, this isn't a case of being sensitive. Jokes are made at SF and they are mostly taken in jest/for what they are worth. But there are times when you can't help roll your eyes for certain comments that are off mark. Nothing in Victor's outfit screamed gay stereotypes, so I do not see the gay joke connection at all. It seemed forced and Like Citan mentioned, an exercise in overcompensating his masculinity. If I made a comment about someone looking like a gas chamber victim (Especially when dude's pic far from so) I would expect someone of Jewish descent to take some sort of offense to that.
     
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    I can see where y'all are coming from. I suppose I am quick to not take any of this business seriously. I generally don't take dumb things said by strangers to heart. Even if it's something I'm passionate about, they're the people that have to live a narrow-minded life. Beyond that, there are people out there that think they are hilarious, even though they're just being trite and predictable.

    Either way, I think it's dumb to get on a soapbox one way or the other. Best case you're only feeding the troll. Just my thinking. Sorry to further distract from relevant posts.

    EDIT: I was also deeply offended by the fraternity/bro hate. You clearly don't understand fraternity life or the bro culture. Sure I wear croakies. Sure I drink Natty Light. Sure I have a trust fund. But that doesn't mean you know me or how I live. I mean, I took a fucking world culture class once, brah.

    Now, see how dumb that sounds?
     
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    Come to think of it, was this a response to my post?
     


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    Are those black balmoral shoes with a cotton suit, 2-inch cuffs and a button down collar?
     


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    Right, and the only beer produced in the UK is Samuel Smith's right? We have 1,938 Microbreweries, Brewpubs, and Regional Craft Breweries that make some excellent products.

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    Belgian beer is the only real beer. Period.
     


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    They are brown balmoral with a wool suit. I'm curious about your opinions. Please elaborate!
     
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