Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
not like you buy shit anyway. why does it matter to you what other people are selling?
who hurt you?
just saying it how it is.
A reference thread that links to various users based on sizing would be extremely helpful (if not slightly creepy). I already know of a few users who wear my size and own awesome shit so I'm always on the lookout for their threads. If people want to coordinate the effort to do this I fully support it, though it should be expanded to allow members of all sizing.
straight up, you used to be on my list (0)
Yeah, the creep factor is definitely a concern (though arguably (i) the thread could be considered a kind of free advertising and (ii) we've all been making these lists on our own anyways ). There's also the concern (imo legitimate) about making this info too easily available esp. to forum newcomers which old posters have spent a lot of time assembling. People may not like to see their spots blown.
Lol the forums are mostly open for anyone to at least browse. The most useful application of this really would be to help cross forum interaction, because I am much less likely to see things posted on SZ B&S than on here.
I've seen every episode of How to Make it in America even though I have this moment after every episode where I think, "Why the hell am I watching this?" The writing isn't as clever as it thinks it is, the characters and their scenarios are only marginally compelling, and the only consistent humor comes from Luis Guzman. It's not a bad show, but it's not good enough that I should have seen every episode so far when I've got such a backlog of great television to attack.
seriously waaaaaaaay overhyped.
what's it about? Heard of it but never seen an epi
True, but the Internet is also open for everyone to browse yet you almost never see people post their list of online stockists of guidi or undercover or schneider on forums. My point was that it takes a lot of time & effort to extract useful info out of random bits of public data and some people may prefer it that way (i.e. prefer that only those serious enough to take the trouble to do the extracting etc get to use the info.)
only watched a couple and tuned out. Simply put, it's about two dudes trying to make it in fashion. I think everyone likes it because of the whole men's fashion gimmick.
They played their last card when Lake Bell finally showed her bewbs.
Such a slippery slope.
Gonna end up like fok and his belt collection.
I haven't slept with them draped all around me, if that's the bottom you'd be worried about. The thought may or may not have occurred to me though.
On the belt kick, Alexander Fielden makes some pretty compelling ones
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