Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Fuel Star, Dec 12, 2009.
Check out the gas mask shirt and read the meaning behind it. I made it specifically for people like you... By the way, can I see your clothing line? You should be proud to show it off. After all, you had the desire to succeed, so you must be successful right?
World according to Fuel Star: Success is measured by amount of karma loop tees one has sold. Where is impolyt on this scale?
Check out the gas mask shirt and read the meaning behind it. I made it specifically for people like you...
By the way, can I see your clothing line? You should be proud to show it off. After all, you had the desire to succeed, so you must be successful right?
Very smart of you, pointing out that I don't have a clothing line because having a clothing line=INSTANT SUCCESS. But I congratulate you on your successful, obvious display of designer genius. Once you have more than 4 sales please let me know.
(cue jet, PinkPantster, and JD_May about to tell me that I can't talk about TOJ in this thread)
^ moms, dude across the street and his 3 friends already copped son
you should become an author dawg
at least he doesn't use pimply fat koreans to model his t-shirts lol
Well shit, I'm so successful at failing accounting. I better buy a t-shirt, so no one can tell me I'm not.
If someone walked up to me wearing a printed AA t-shirt with some sort of posi message on it, proceeding to school me on 'success'...
the real question:
is fuel star going to be a success?
But I'll bet anything that if Lil wayne, eminem, or your favorite celebrity was wearing these shirts you guys would be flocking to them...I guess Ed hardy suits you, huh? Well so be it. I would rather you not wear my shirts anyway to be quite honest. People like you would tarnish and spoil the exclusive image that I'm trying to portray.
A quick googling and youtube(ing) of your name shows a twitter account of a mere 15 followers and you throwing your name in a few websites. Where are these hundreds of followers?
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