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Is this style suitable for 30 years old men who wants to look like fun.

hermes man

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What do you guys think of a style that shows the adventure side of me without looking like a douche (like those collar up guys, spiked up hairstyle etc.) that is appropriate to my age as i would want to end up looking like an immature and unmannered 30 years old certainly not the average gentlemen style that may potray me as a balding man going through mid life crisis like the rest of the population which will scare away the young girls i want to look like a stylish gentlemen that is ready for some fun which would be more young girl friendly anyway i cant think of any other better style than this one
please share if you have any other ideas.
 

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Hermes Man, if all 200 of your posts and your blog are part of an intricately planned and executed joke, then it might be one of the best ever on t'interweb.

If however, you are for real, when are you going to realise that your style and taste in gaudy, cheaply made clothes, where the most important aspect of any item you own is that the brand name (LV, Gucci, D&G etc) is displayed as largely as possible so that your gaudy friends can all coo over how much you spent, is entirely unsuitable for this forum?

Man, if you like dressing how you do, and you want to look like Justin Beiber then good luck to you. But this forum is literally the last place on the web that you should be posting.
Is there not a forum somewhere out there for tweens to discuss pop stars and brand names? That place would be perfect for you.
 

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Originally Posted by jonnyt
Hermes Man, if all 200 of your posts and your blog are part of an intricately planned and executed joke, then it might be one of the best ever on t'interweb.

If however, you are for real, when are you going to realise that your style and taste in gaudy, cheaply made clothes, where the most important aspect of any item you own is that the brand name (LV, Gucci, D&G etc) is displayed as large as possible do that your gaudy friends can all coo over how much you spent, is entirely unsuitable for this forum?

Man, if you like dressing how you do, and you want to look like Justin Beiber then good luck to you. But this forum is literally the last place on the web that you should be posting.
Is there not a forum somewhere out there for tweens to discuss pop stars and brand names? That place would be perfect for you.


+1.
 

ALFAMALE

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Originally Posted by jonnyt
Hermes Man, if all 200 of your posts and your blog are part of an intricately planned and executed joke, then it might be one of the best ever on t'interweb.

If however, you are for real, when are you going to realise that your style and taste in gaudy, cheaply made clothes, where the most important aspect of any item you own is that the brand name (LV, Gucci, D&G etc) is displayed as large as possible do that your gaudy friends can all coo over how much you spent, is entirely unsuitable for this forum?

Man, if you like dressing how you do, and you want to look like Justin Beiber then good luck to you. But this forum is literally the last place on the web that you should be posting.
Is there not a forum somewhere out there for tweens to discuss pop stars and brand names? That place would be perfect for you.


Couldn't have said it better myself.
+1000000
 

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Time to grow up - that's for a juvenile such as the one wearing it.
 

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Originally Posted by hermes man
What do you guys think of a style that shows the adventure side of me without looking like a douche (like those collar up guys, spiked up hairstyle etc.) that is appropriate to my age as i would want to end up looking like an immature and unmannered 30 years old

certainly not the average gentlemen style that may potray me as a balding man going through mid life crisis like the rest of the population which will scare away the young girls

i want to look like a stylish gentlemen that is ready for some fun which would be more young girl friendly

anyway i cant think of any other better style than this one




please share if you have any other ideas.


You got to be fucking kiding me...this guy looks absolutely shit..sometimes I wonder what the hell people are thinking sometimes
 

ter1413

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Originally Posted by ALFAMALE
Couldn't have said it better myself.
+1000000 x +1000000


fixed^^
 

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"more young girl friendly" - wow - I think you'll be getting a visit from Chris Hansen of To Catch a Predator...
 

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I feel sorry for OP. He is so caught up in being a brand whore he doesn't have time to listen to good music and is stuck with the sound of Bieber swilling through his ears.
 

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Gotta admit, these are my favorite kind of threads..
 

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