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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by WayneGibbous, Jul 9, 2007.

  1. zjpj83

    zjpj83 Senior member

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    What is that hair style called?
    Note the fine attention to detail in eyebrow sculpting, the fine razor work in the side burns, we are talking virtuostic fade work in the sides of the head, the miraculous skin tones....It is all so harmonious, it really resonates in my lower colon.

    On a side note. I live on the north shore of Chicago. I have not actually seen this hair style in IL. I have seen in in CT, in both "the guido" and other ethnic groups.
    I hope that it does not infect my state....


    Seriously - is this guy a giant carrot?

    [​IMG]
     


  2. Connemara

    Connemara [URL='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jST2Sv63WQ']

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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] This guy's facial hair is priceless. [​IMG]
     


  3. JamesT

    JamesT Senior member

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    I think it would look amazing if he were to shave his head. Picture it - orange face on a perfectly white head...
     


  4. Tarmac

    Tarmac Senior member

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    come on guys, it's funny but let's not delude ourselves. "guidos" could easily make just as comical a gallery out of Styleforvm's What Did You Wear Today thread.
     


  5. zjpj83

    zjpj83 Senior member

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    Seriously - is this guy a giant carrot?


    [​IMG]
     


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    lakewolf Senior member

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    How funny that guys striving to be more Italian, they talk abaut sprezzatura, Napoletaean shoulder etc... despise the italians they have at home ...

    Seems to me that those "guidos" have more fun than many of the well-dressed members of this forum [​IMG]
     


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    It's about Italian style, not EYE-talian "style."
     


  8. zjpj83

    zjpj83 Senior member

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    [pics]
    Oh no! It's Night of the Living Gigantic-Eyed Man-Eating Zombies!
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    Tarmac Senior member

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    Seems to me that those "guidos" have more fun than many of the well-dressed members of this forum [​IMG]

    exactly, the funniest thing is, they do it because.... it works...
     


  10. grimslade

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    Relatedly, or maybe not--this spring my son was in a playground (in NY, not NJ) wearing a baseball cap with "Italia" written on it. (Not my favorite piece of his clothing, but he bought it in Venice, and it has a hand-felled brim, which is HOT)

    some other (Italo-American) kid told him "Italy" was misspelled on the cap. An argument ensued over whether "Italia" was really what the country was called in Italy. Needless to say, these kids had never set foot in the country of their fathers.
     


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    exactly, the funniest thing is, they do it because.... it works...

    Connie, you know what you have to do now
     


  12. zjpj83

    zjpj83 Senior member

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    Relatedly, or maybe not--this spring my son was in a playground (in NY, not NJ) wearing a baseball cap with "Italia" written on it. (Not my favorite piece of his clothing, but he bought it in Venice, and it has a hand-felled brim, which is HOT) some other (Italo-American) kid told him "Italy" was misspelled on the cap. An argument ensued over whether "Italia" was really what the country was called in Italy. Needless to say, these kids had never set foot in the country of their fathers.
    Pity. Evidently Naples needs some garbage men! The labor force could use some fresh, manicured hands.
     


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    JBZ Senior member

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    Relatedly, or maybe not--this spring my son was in a playground (in NY, not NJ) wearing a baseball cap with "Italia" written on it. (Not my favorite piece of his clothing, but he bought it in Venice, and it has a hand-felled brim, which is HOT)

    some other (Italo-American) kid told him "Italy" was misspelled on the cap. An argument ensued over whether "Italia" was really what the country was called in Italy. Needless to say, these kids had never set foot in the country of their fathers.


    There was a Sopranos episode where Tony and some of his crew went to Italy. The Italians went out of their way to look down on the Italian-Americans.
     


  14. Connemara

    Connemara [URL='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jST2Sv63WQ']

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    Connie, you know what you have to do now

    I shall cast off the yoke of the Trad and follow the ways of the Guido.
     


  15. grimslade

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    I shall cast off the yoke of the Trad and follow the ways of the Guido.

    Make sure you post the results on youtube.
     


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