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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. e0d9n0b5

    e0d9n0b5 Senior member

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    i never worked IT but i'm going to school for computer science now so soon enough i will(or something similar)
     
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    DLester Senior member

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    He would agree with you about that, I suspect.

    He is a good guy. Ms DLester knows him. I don't but have seen him speak.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Savage
     
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    Ohhh yea I remember this thread, I even posted in it.

    Now where might it be ?
     
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    Does that make Bloom #1 client?
     
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    Now realizing that it is that Dan Savage, I still don't buy it. I've probably been hit on by nearly as many guys as women in my life, and in the end, who cares? Clearly, I must be doing something that is half-gay, but it still doesn't change the fact that I don't like guys.

    TMI?
     
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    188cm.
    Most L sizes are made for people between 175-185cm (at least that's whats written on the tags).
    everything is just a bit short for me.
     
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    Yup. Did this with some APC's. It works.

    The best way to get holes in your jeans while maintaining all of the crossthreads/weft is to get a soft sanding block (it'll be black/grey, about the the size of dishwashing sponge, hardware store pickup, might be for smoothing drywall or painting surfaces I think). If you want to make a large hole (e.g. a big knee hole), put on the jeans and sand with the flat top/bottom surface. It'll cause a shitload of lint and fibers and such, but unless you're really grinding, you'll see the threads appear gradually and actually be able to pull away large chunks of denim weave, leaving behind the white weft.
     
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    nah man. That's just because you are clearly a huge bear.
     
  9. Fuuma

    Fuuma Franchouillard Modasse

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    err, I own Chester Jefferies gloves and can tell you there is no way they'd do something that looks like what Harnden releases, I also wouldn't say the quality is crazy, above average but that's it.
     
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    Parker Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    This is good advice. For any brand.
     
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    Always torn between the desire to look like Asian Paul Bunyan and a city slicker.
    The problem is that I love doing both kinds of activities of physical activities/ hiking and slouching at public places..
    Why am I not bulky already with all the things I do so I am forced to pick former? ;fu:

    perhaps a third and alternative choice: playful goth style
    [​IMG]
     
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    thanks fuuma, he responded. item locked down.

    lol drew, i did that too. also rubbed my arse on concrete (so homo)
     
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    snowman, need a video of that. Did it look like a dog with an ass infection?
     
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    no video evidence was taken. and yes, i imagine it looked like that haha. left the spot blue :devil:
     
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    lol at people bashing Dan Savage

    lol at people bashing Jesse Thorn (who is a poster here)

    Seriously, these are two extremely thoughtful people, both successful and very grounded. Of course you're entitled not to like their work or share their opinions, but they're not obnoxious.

    Put This On, fwiw, focuses mainly on things that have been the most popular reasons for posting on Styleforum since forever--(1) basic clothing knowledge and (2) deals.
     
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