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Random fashion thoughts

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

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    Not to mention Ethiopians have an obsession with injera that is reminiscent of Chinese people with white rice.
     
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    those are damn good prices, yoo. As you can see, they're like $1000+ retail over here, and since they only go like 30% off on sale, yeah....
     
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    yeah, i was lucky :)
    i was shocked the other day to see these on yjp at 85% off but still almost $400. something is messed up!
     
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    Space ninja concept?
     
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    Dude, I have those !


    I fell in love with Undercover F/w 09 again (it's that time of the year).
     
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    well, this happened.

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    Where to get some good cases for eyeglasses? Mine keep getting lost or busted
     
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    I liked Jean Pierre Mattei better when he looked like a character straight out of The Fall.


    Is that A Filson bag ?
     
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    My favorite from the fall was probably the indian or darwin.
    The monkey scene...so heartbreaking. It was the natural order of things...
     
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    Yeah I'm with you. Now he's just reaching in the wrong way. I was hesitant to post it because he's such a nice guy but like.. that had to be shared with the world.
     
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    I remember that the monkey scene was sad but I don't remember the scene in itself. :confused:

    Darwin's coat was nice.
     
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    what is this movie ? the trailer looked incredible, i've not even heard of it :foo:
     
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    Just watch it, it is difficult to explain really, and it is kinda like pan's labyrinth in that 80% of the goodness of the movie is the visuals
     
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    pan's labyrinth was great i enjoyed it.

    did you saw The Fountain ??
     
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    Yes, pretty movie, too cerebral for me at points. Haven't watched it since it came out though, so maybe I could form better ideas about it now...

    If you haven't seen Tree of Life, it is very good as well. Good costuming and beautiful visuals, very Fountain-esque in some scenes. Paradise Now is another movie I rewatched recently. Very good
     
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    I loved the Fountain but everyone finds it supercorny, which it kinda is but still...
     
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    wat who said that !? it was so good, and the starry scenes were actually super-high res microscopic images of bacteria interacting with some chemicals :eek:
     
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    a coworker just saw me wearing my Bal puffy and asked "hey is that your zoolander fashion jacket?". Yes my man it is.:slayer:
     
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