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Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. Eason

    Eason Senior member

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    It's amazing how much it matters to truly like where you live. Now that I'm moving into my ideal little house, I suddenly have lost the urge to buy clothes.
    Is it a house boat?
     
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    Hah, I wish. More like a small renovated house on a small yard with nice gardens, about a half mile from everything important in my life. I'll be dangling my bare feet off my bridge, drinking a beer while I toss paper boats into the canal, dreaming of grander seas.
     
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    I'm fucked up in da head I guess...I hate the beach it's zzz. Use to live in Florida.
     
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    I'm fucked up in da head I guess...I hate the beach it's zzz. Use to live in Florida.
    its zzz? now i understand why it's all black ninja 24/7 for you (at least that's the impression i get). beach is amazing....who the hell doesn't like the beach? lol
     
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    For the price that we pay for clothes...2 MMM boots and a pair of MIJ Diors and you can live like a king in a tropical paradise for at least 3 days



    Agreed. You take me away from the ocean and I feel like Scott in about 2 days


    I mean, don't get it twisted, I do love my piss filled city, I just am in need of a change of scenery, money is too tight to live where I want want and I'm too young to live how I want to live. eh.
     
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    regis-awesome view man. i'm about to be landlocked in Gainesville for a couple years, it's going to drive me crazy [​IMG]
     
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    I mean, don't get it twisted, I do love my piss filled city, I just am in need of a change of scenery, money is too tight to live where I want want and I'm too young to live how I want to live. eh.

    Well then just take the Stazy approach. Duh. [​IMG]
     
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    RegisDB9 Rico Suave

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    regis-awesome view man. i'm about to be landlocked in Gainesville for a couple years, it's going to drive me crazy [​IMG]

    I spent a weekend at UF once, Gainesville is rough man, a lot of brick buildings and some more buildings. You a Gator?
     
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    its zzz? now i understand why it's all black ninja 24/7 for you (at least that's the impression i get). beach is amazing....who the hell doesn't like the beach? lol

    I hate the beach too. Correction. I hate hot weather, and especially hot, humid weather. I'm a mountain guy. for the most part, but I like the beach in say, Newfoundland. I find California beaches bearable, for the most part, but I would much rather be in the mountains.
     
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    ^same here, beach bullshit gets old after a week and humidity sucks balls

    Nice place to visit, would never live there.
     
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    I spent a weekend at UF once, Gainesville is rough man, a lot of brick buildings and some more buildings. You a Gator?
    Yeah, transferring into one of their programs (nutritional science) as I really like it and all my med pre-reqs line up perfectly. I've been cruising at USF for a while, but still maintaining a really high GPA. Going to finish out my bachelors as a Gator, then med school. Tampa is the worst in my opinion, holy God what a trashy ass city. I was just down south (closer to where you are) in Lauderdale for my girl's surgery.
     
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    I hate the beach too. Correction. I hate hot weather, and especially hot, humid weather. I'm a mountain guy. for the most part, but I like the beach in say, Newfoundland. I find California beaches bearable, for the most part, but I would much rather be in the mountains.
    I can see where you're coming from with that. I love having water around me though.....just always an opportunity for fun and living at the beach for a while I guess it just becomes a part of you. Never sleep as good as when I'm at my parents house and hear the waves rolling in : ) Speaking of something such as mountains though, being an athlete (and if I'm not mistaken you used to run a lot yourself) I've really wanted to visit Denver for some time. Heard it's a great city with a ridiculous amount of things to do if you're into any type of outdoor activities.
     
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    ^same here, beach bullshit gets old after a week and humidity sucks balls

    Nice place to visit, would never live there.


    Always enjoyed the fact that I can enjoy a nice breeze anytime, after 3pm that is. If you insist on going at high noon, then expect the humidity and being burned. I am biased though and enjoy it at any time

    Yeah, transferring into one of their programs (nutritional science) as I really like it and all my med pre-reqs line up perfectly. I've been cruising at USF for a while, but still maintaining a really high GPA. Going to finish out my bachelors as a Gator, then med school.

    Tampa is the worst in my opinion, holy God what a trashy ass city. I was just down south (closer to where you are) in Lauderdale for my girl's surgery.


    Damn man, good luck to you, UF has a hell of a Med program (I was looking to go into Pre-Dental). I still kind of feel like a dick knowing that I am graduating at 23 and not at 22 because I changed majors and have like 4 credits left.
     
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    I hate the beach too. Correction. I hate hot weather, and especially hot, humid weather. I'm a mountain guy. for the most part, but I like the beach in say, Newfoundland. I find California beaches bearable, for the most part, but I would much rather be in the mountains.

    Do you ever backpack? I've been doing a lot of trips on the Appalachian trail in GA lately, have done about 55 miles over two trips. 35 miles the first time over 3 days (first time ever backpacking, was rough) and 20 over 2 days the next time.

    It's amazing being in complete darkness and smoking some spliffs on a cliff face with my closest buds and actually being able to see the stars.
     
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    Yeah, I'm 21, I'll be graduating at 23 too [​IMG] UF with Shands is just amazing. They'll be my first choice when it comes to applying, hopefully I get a slight edge as I'll be getting my bachelors with them. and their dental program is top-notch as well. Hell, anything health related is great at UF. Wish you the best as well man.
     
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    maaaan i really like kranes stuff (this season, next fw) - why dont' they have their own online shop! can't find stuff anywhere
     
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    Well then just take the Stazy approach. Duh. [​IMG]
    Haters gonna hate
     
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    Let's hug it out, Stazy.
     
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    any sf'ers in yunnan province this summer?
     
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