Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
Looks like Beetlejuice
It's from Beetlejuice!
Now who wants to go halfsies with me on some three-legged pants?
My office has an HOV elevator.
It's really fast but you're only allowed to board if you're sharing your pants with someone else.
Is go-karting with friends a good way to hang out with a new girl? Or should I take her myself?
i liked the Thom Browne show. so quit it tribe!!
Same reason Hitler added Poland to Germany.
What?! No kidding. I always thought from your fit pics that you were 22-24.
Understandable. I still get carded at bars occasionally. Also, I can't grow post-pubescent facial hair.
i feel like im regressing back to straight leg washed jeans.
THIS was Thom Browne's inspiration for his current collection.
He is very focused in his ideas and really knows how to show a collection -- everything is always so detailed. It's too bad that most of it does not get produced but hopefully he will gain a following that likes his avant-garde prep ideas rather than his shirts. I admire his courage, as he is one of the few American designers who pushes our ideas of fashion, gender, and shape. This past womens SS12 collection was insanely good and really pushed womenswear into a new direction that is rid of glamour, IT bags, and attitude. That's what I like about Thom... everything is so nonchalant and unforced.
I fucking called that shit a year ago. Washed jeans are whats up. I need some more realistically distressed jawnz in my life. W+H bleach wash are awesome, Our Legacy, RRL, and LVC are all on my to buy list this year.
i still cant process how that is one woman :/
she must be wearing stilts. i know the proportions are being played with, but really...
While I'm not one to normally defend USPS, realize that UPS doesn't even allow a consumer to file a "change of address" request! So in this case it's difficult to compare USPS to their competitors. USPS is bound by regulations to forward mail, but UPS has no such shackle tying them down.
The biggest problem I have with USPS is not their overall delivery capabilties, but some of the individual employees. The quality of employees seems to vary wildly. Recently I used the term "EMS" when speaking to a USPS employee. Shockingly they acted like they didn't know what I was talking about! I had to actually say "Express Mail International" before they understood. This same employee has been working behind the counter for many years and is constantly handling USPS's own Express Mail envelops that have "EMS" written across them in larger letters than anything else. How could he not notice this?!
USPS regulations require they give preferential treatment towards hiring veterans. Again, UPS has no such burden placed on them and is free to hire whomever they think will be the best employee.
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