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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. snowmanxl

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    uggh, been waiting for it to "despatch" since tuesday
     
  2. APK

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    I'd buy this for a friend if I were ballin'. Many years back, we interned at a newspaper and he got put on some horrible general assignment profiling this alpaca farm. Alpaca anything has become a running gag between us and another friend who also interned at the same time. In fact, one of the few things we remember from American Gangster is that Denzel goes batshit over someone spilling wine on his alpaca rug.
     
  3. g transistor

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    If you were really ballin you'd buy him an alpaca.
     
  4. snake

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    Give a man an alpaca scarf and you keep him warm for a season. Teach a man to shave an alpaca and you keep him warm for a lifetime.
     
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  5. BreezyBirch

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    hed probably need a loom and someshit for making thread too...
     
  6. ryannn

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    UC Knit perfecto on Y!JP for a good price... too small though ugh.
     
  7. g transistor

    g transistor Senior member

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    Aren't you like a legit 44? Stop eating so much banh mi and bun
     
  8. reedobandito

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    someone plz get that jacket
     
  9. ryannn

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    Lol FFFFF

    Anywho I'm in between size 44 and 46 now, and all my other UC pieces are 2.
     
  10. the shah

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    hey miran i should tell you about the amazing spicy somali food i just had, followed by the over-sweetened somali tea. my word, i had no idea there was a spice as hot as hell fire. also i asked for a banana to have with the food, to which the waitress exclaimed wow you're a real somali huh ??
     
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  11. _yoo

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    jil ss12 sweater just dropped at oki-ni, price: £1740.00
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    curious to see close-ups of these when they drop
     
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  12. reedobandito

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    I went to this thai hole in the wall last night with my girl and we both order noodle soup. Both of us asked for extra hot, and it was literally so hot that I was crying. I'm no sissy when it comes to spice either. The kitchen people loved us, kept bringing us thai iced teas and desserts because we were such champs about it. I ran my mouth under a faucet for about five continuous minutes after my meal
     
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  13. g transistor

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    I used to work in a thai restaurant and we'd always get some american souls coming in, full of braggadocio and bravado, asking for "thai spicy" even when I warn them...no one ever makes it out alive
     
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    Thai spicy hotter than bun bo hue? I don't eat it often but this one place served it so hot and spicy my lips actually burned. They swelled up and stung like no other.
     
  15. g transistor

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    I would say so, yes spicier than bun bo hue. I eat a lot of spicy foods, but my thai friends would take peanuts, hoisin sauce, and thai chili mash then up together and have it for a snack :cry:

    I am really the only person who likes spicy food in my family, my dad to an extent, but otherwise most of the food we cook is sweet or sour.
     
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    Holy shit. You know about the banana in savory food. Then again, I don't think Somali food is all that hot.
     
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    the food wasn't too spicy, there was some jalapeno sauce on the side that was some forsaken volcano product.

    the banana is a must

    how to distinguish somali vs ethiopean ? one eats banana with, the other after, dinner. my nickname is warya
     
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  18. BreezyBirch

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  19. Eason

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    Goddamnit, I just bought 2 new T's from uniqlo because one of my other two white ones was ruined when I washed it with a blue zara T which bled all over it. So I go and buy a new pack today, and throw it in the hot wash AGAIN with that fucking zara t-shirt- guess what, blue blotches all over the new shirts. :fu:

    Luckily it's like 5$ a shirt. Back I go.
     
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  20. Eason

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    Also, today I learned The Spongebob.
     
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