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

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  1. asobu

    asobu Distinguished Member

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    lol

    mellow, so good -- edit: oops, wrong thread
     


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  3. sdx

    sdx Well-Known Member

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    Best bad news I heard all weekend (at a club):
    Girl: "You might be disappointed... I'm on my period today... "
    Me: [​IMG]
    Girl: "Unless you want to fuck my ass?"
    Me: [​IMG]

    I'm wearing all my favorite brands brands brands brands
    Give me some space to move my hands hands hands hands.


    Too good.
     


  4. thewho13

    thewho13 Distinguished Member

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    I need to stop wearing my Crates to parties. They get dirty as fuck and then I feel guilty washing them.
     


  5. brad-t

    brad-t Bae Blade

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    Best bad news I heard all weekend (at a club):
    Girl: "You might be disappointed... I'm on my period today... "
    Me: [​IMG]
    Girl: "Unless you want to fuck my ass?"
    Me: [​IMG]


    hhahaha omg
     


  6. A Fellow Linguist

    A Fellow Linguist Distinguished Member

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    I'm not entirely fond of the new Junya collection, but this look is something else: [​IMG] Still blows my mind how different Junya men's and women's collections are.
     


  7. GraphicNovelty

    GraphicNovelty Distinguished Member

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    why the fuck isn't the "you are not a special flower" thread stickied?
     


  8. toothsomesound

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    junya women's 12 is ridic dude wtf you smoking
     


  9. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    why the fuck isn't the "you are not a special flower" thread stickied?

    I think Fok said something about there being too many stickied threads that noobs ignore anyway. The problem is that there's nothing to tell people not to arbitrarily create special flower threads when they sign up. If someone's never been on a message board before, they might not have any idea about general etiquette, &c.

    If you don't know what a library is or how it works, why wouldn't you walk into the middle of it and start shouting your question so everyone can hear it?

    There needs to be some kinda required reading or overview guide before you even get an account.
     


  10. brad-t

    brad-t Bae Blade

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  11. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Yeah...I still feel like it should at least be there. When I first joined, I had enough common sense not to start any useless threads, but there was literally nothing that explained the concept of posting in the appropriate existing threads and all that in the sign-up process.
     


  12. wEstSidE

    wEstSidE Distinguished Member

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    nah, just ban people who join and start new threads right away.
    this would probably cut down on spam anyway.

    i should acknowledge that i started a thread right away, but that was after lurking for some time. most people don't actually do that so this is an 80% solution.
     


  13. nahneun

    nahneun Uncle Nephew

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    I think a 100 post minimum before being able to start threads would fix this problem
     


  14. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Yeah...I totally agree, but I'm pretty sure Fok said they're not going to do either of those.

    Seems like a lot of the spammers will post in regular threads, too.

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    WHY WOULD YOU RUIN SUCH A GOOD THING......

    [​IMG]


    Ha ha, wasn't this the one wearing AA, Cheap Monday, and Aldos?
     


  15. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    The trick is to make answers accessible to newcomers looking for answers to specific questions, but not make it an onerous task for regulars to have to keep answering already answered questions. We are obviously not going to put any barricades up to posting. The reason for that is obvious. All forums rely on having a steady flow of traffic, and new, quality posters, to make up for attrition. I've been studying and following forums (as well as helping to run this one) for over a decade now, and nearly every experiment limiting registration, posting, etc... has been a dismal failure.

    We are taking another tack. One of the features we will implement is a "Styleforum Answers" feature. If someone starts to post a thread that is asking a simple question, they will be directed to this feature before their question is posted. Users will be able to vote on "best answers", not unlike what Yahoo has. We are working on some sort of incentive system for good answers. J and I will be in San Francisco working with our development team next week, and one of the things on the agenda is a roadmap of features and an implementation schedule.
     


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