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

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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    Mike, good for you and I remember when I was like that, but you should just talk to everyone you see. You'll make tons more friends and build up a lot of confidence. I made a lot of nice friends just sitting by random people at the cafeteria at my university and while in Japan.

    that feeling when you wear a cool outfit and all your pics came out shitty

    that feeling when you wear a cool outfit and you're too busy having fun to really care about pics
     


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    someone post a fit pic that makes creepers look good
     


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    i could go to a shop nearby my house and snap a pic wearing fakes if you want
     


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    I've always liked robert clergie women's shoes, they usually do that chunky sole shit really well: [​IMG] Might get these for my waifu.
     


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    Ughh this thread is making me depressed.

    I basically got kicked out when high school ended and I've supported myself with jobs ranging from stage hypnotist to legal secretary since. I used money I made at Barneys to help pay for community college and now at a mid tier state school.

    Fuck you guys whose parents pay for every fucking thing and then drop a grand on Julius (0)
     


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    creepers are for nerds!!!
     


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    wearing. Every different type, including the 4/5 colorway. Crazy

    there's a Japan limited white version though... [​IMG]
     


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    Ughh this thread is making me depressed.

    I basically got kicked out when high school ended and I've supported myself with jobs ranging from stage hypnotist to legal secretary since. I used money I made at Barneys to help pay for community college and now at a mid tier state school.

    Fuck you guys whose parents pay for every fucking thing and then drop a grand on Julius (0)


    what if the parents were ballin' though? [​IMG]
     


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    Dude lost his UC riders jacket after the tsunami Finally found it [​IMG] Washed it [​IMG] Badass
     


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    ^^ amazing, where did you read this story? If it's not in english I can take a tl;dr version [​IMG]
     


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    Its on Jun Takahashis blog. The jacket is also on display at the Sendai UC cover store for a bit Dude bought a jacket from the Sendai store, and he lost it after the quake Jun Takahashi sent the guy his own personal clothes, and the dude is thankful A week later, he finds his jacket, comes into the Sendai store, they help him wash it, and it looks really cool http://blog.honeyee.com/jtakahashi/archives/2011/04/19/
     


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    what if the parents were ballin' though? [​IMG]

    No doubt a case-by-case thing, but ballin' parents footing the bill for any and all of their child's expenses could have wildly different results even if intent is the same.

    The child may reward their parents' generosity of paying for everything, necessities or otherwise, by kicking ass in school, which theoretically leads to a good job that will enable them to fully support themselves financially.

    On the other side of the coin, the kid may exploit the parents' willingness to pick up the tab for everything and just sort of coast along, becoming a slacker-ass adult who's still "balling" well into his or her 20's because mom and dad are paying the credit card bill.

    I've witnessed both and it's difficult to predict how each kid is going to respond to that sort of treatment. I know quite a few good people who are in their late 20's / early 30's who are still financially relying on their parents.
     


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