Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    I saw a guy on the street the other day with "stay" tattooed on one calf and "gold" tattooed on the other.
     
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    oneeightyseven Almost Special

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    wtf take your shoes off when you go into someones house. simple respect. it always amazes me how little respect some people have. did you grow up in a barn?
     
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    stick Senior member

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    One MC's opinion as to why they should be allowed to wear shoes indoors:

    Another MC's opinion as to why they should be allowed to wear shoes indoors:

    MC is full of a bunch of senile old tards. Thousand dollar suits and they can't afford socks, but damaging hardwood and carpet is a "fact of life."
     
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    snowmanxl Senior member

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    lol, theyre having the same convo on that side??
     
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    stick Senior member

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    It originated on the MC side and aeglus brought it over here.

    I don't see how it can be debated so hotly. Some people take off their shoes, some people don't.

    There's this huuuge argument on the other side over who should be in the "right," the host or the guest, as if it's either one or the other. It's obviously a give and take relationship. Yes, a host should treat his guests well, but it doesn't mean the guest is king of the host's house. I don't run around dropping upper deckers in the toilets of other people's houses just because they should be catering to me.

    Hosts respect the wishes of the guest, and guests respect the wishes of the host, and when it comes to house rules, the host is king.

    If the host tells me not to go in his bedroom, I won't.
    If the host tells me not to start a bonfire in his garage, I won't.
    If the host tells me not to jerk off in his baby daughter's crib, I won't.

    And if the host tells me to take my shoes off, I take my fucking shoes off.

    Edit: just finished reading the thread. Holy god I want to blow my brains out. This made me laugh out loud though, haha.
     
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    do the superfuture forums still exist? link has been broken for me for a couple weeks now
     
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    sipang Senior member

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    works as usual for me
     
  8. the shah

    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    nobody walks on my carpets with shoes :mad:
     
  9. StanleyVanBuren

    StanleyVanBuren Thumb Raider

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    well look, I do find it annoying when people ask me to take my shoes off

    why should I stick my feet on their floors? they don't know where those floors have been.

    but I find I usually survive with only a few rumpled feathers


    still not sure what the big debate is all about but I guess you can only have so many posts about lapel width
     
  10. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Sleeve pitch, on the other hand...There's a wellspring of conversation that will never dry up.
     
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  11. the shah

    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    yoox private sale is useless, what a surprise. atelier will have to evacuate its basement sale (or lock everyone inside?) because of the hurricane. hurricane > yoox ? you decide
     
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    http://nakedhealth.avvo.com/2011/07/5-disgusting-reasons-to-stop-wearing-your-shoes-in-the-house/
    http://ecochildsplay.com/2008/06/17/shoes-transmit-disease-leave-them-by-the-door/

    Enjoy your E. Coli, StanleyVanFecalMatter.
     
  13. hendrix

    hendrix Ill-proportioned

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    Your house, your rules, but most people don't eat off the ground.

    Also E. coli has millions of species and most of them are just commensal. Also you'll probably pick up more pathogens from door handles.

    "nine different species of bacteria at any given moment"

    ...that is nothing. You have more on your skin...

    "Of that bacteria, 27% were deadly E. Coli virus"

    :facepalm:Oh fuck. Who the fuck writes these articles.
     
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    What a solid argument for tracking feces all over the house
     
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    g transistor Senior member

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    Wait, so why should you get annoyed by this? They don't know where your shoes have been, and you're stepping into their home. Finding a request like that annoying is just dumb.
     
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