(Old) The WAYWT Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Jekyll, Feb 28, 2009.

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    nocoolonesleft Senior member

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    What about spelling it "clitorus"?

    Inexperience
     


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    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    Here's a direct link to buy dublin dr. pepper. It's real good. http://www.olddocs.com/product.aspx?...epper&subcat2=

    Also, robbie what did you do to your poor camera to make every image look like that?


    I use photobucket. I think its my editing skills moreso than the camera.
     


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    hossoso Coward and P*ssy

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    The party store in my village is a tiny hole in the wall, and only recently did I notice they were carrying the glass bottle Dr. Peppers. It's a tiny enough place that I can tell when I'm the only person buying something because the stock goes down one by one.. Might have to enjoy it while it lasts. Though they've consistently stocked my sweet Newcastle for a while now, maybe there's hope.
    What's the name of your village? Sounds creepy, a village in Michigan (and with a party store, no less). I like it.
     


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    Robbie, glad you liked the scarf this time. You really ought to try it sometime [​IMG]

    Do you think some people have face shapes that lend themselves more easily to scarves? I've never really tried it, but have a feeling a scarf would look horrendous on me, whereas a guy with a blockier head like you (no diss) can pull it off.
     


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    Lookin fierce V, leavin your dinner date black and blue.
     


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    Lookin fierce V, leavin your dinner date black and blue.

    You two really should get a room, or at the very least take it to pm or even aim.
     


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    What's the name of your village? Sounds creepy, a village in Michigan (and with a party store, no less). I like it.

    The Village of Gaines. Which consists of a post office, a party store, a library, and a bar.

    As for the Dr. Pepper, the ingredients list sugar rather than HFCS.
     


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    Do you think some people have face shapes that lend themselves more easily to scarves? I've never really tried it, but have a feeling a scarf would look horrendous on me, whereas a guy with a blockier head like you (no diss) can pull it off.

    I think it may be the hair, also. [​IMG]
     


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    Do you think some people have face shapes that lend themselves more easily to scarves? I've never really tried it, but have a feeling a scarf would look horrendous on me, whereas a guy with a blockier head like you (no diss) can pull it off.

    Nah, you'd look fine in a scarf dude. I can't imagine anyone looking dumb in a scarf actually. Cept that wizard guy who posts on that fat chick forum.
     


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    You might be able to get away with an xs depending on the shirt since some fit different. I think it looks fine in the two pics though and probably wouldn't return that and order one. If you're at a store that carries them, you might want to try an xs on just for future reference. Plus, the S looks better with more casual summer stuff. I'd prefer it if the pant rolls were
    a bit lower but everything seems solid


    I'm keeping this one as it fits pretty well already, not sure if an XS would fit better but I have to try it out.

    hey kelvin,

    I think an XS would work for you. I wear both XS and S and I think we have a similar body type except you're a bit shorter.


    Good to know! Which shirts do you lean towards S with?

    Bwahaha, I have that same Ikea sofa bed. BoO small looks fine, though.

    not my room but I also have that one in my room ahha, let me try and find a picture.

    [​IMG]

    Got the purple cover in the B-Stock section for $14 (retail over $150 I think(
     


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    The Village of Gaines. Which consists of a post office, a party store, a library, and a bar.

    As for the Dr. Pepper, the ingredients list sugar rather than HFCS.


    http://www.infomi.com/city/gaines/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaines,_Michigan

    Wow... that looks awesome. I love places like that. When I lived in NC there were plenty of towns in that vein, they are a bit more rare on the west coast.
     


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