Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. sipang

    sipang Senior member

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    tsk tsk tsk

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    guess not :laugh:
    william watson?
     
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    pickpackpockpuck Senior member

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    LOL. I love that sipang had that picture ready to go.
     
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    Yus. Was on HB today, some interesting pieces and some serious misfires. I wonder what the shirt would look like w/o the balaclava thing buttoned up
     
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    snowmanxl Senior member

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    prob wouldnt look too bad, although the buttons are a bit big. ive got something similar (without the hood) but its a button up turtleneck.
     
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    pickpackpockpuck Senior member

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    It takes the idea of the turtleneck one step further and makes a whole turtlehead.
     
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    not that awful shah, its a hidden placket.
    first set is open asymmetrical, second is buttoned all the way

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    also i remember getting flamed on for these v&r pants (apk defended me :eek:)
    they were big around the waist but sf didnt like the wide leg look iirc
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    damn dude your house looks like a Mississauga house!
     
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    Tuesdays... :embar:
     
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    same shirt PPPP, mustve bulked up lol


    close, vaughan.
    i did live in mississauga at one point. had indian neighbours, endless supply of home-made roti :drool:
    i couldnt appreciate tea at that tender age :eek:
     
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    Almost every time I work from home I get a badass roti from this bodega around the corner from me. They're off menu and they rotate what they have, but goat is my favorite. duck is too bony. shrimp and chicken are boring. They make beef too but that kind of weirds me out??
     
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    goat is great
     
  13. pickpackpockpuck

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    Wait, what place is this? I go to the Indian place on 9th and 21st where all the cabbies go, but it's all vegetarian so it can't be the same place. Sounds like a Caribbean place you're talking about.
     
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    Terry's, on the northwest corner of 16th and 6th. It's not an Indian place, just normal bodega fare but among the hot plates they'll have 2 types of stewed meat that rotate daily, and those stewed potatoes with chickpeas and stuff or whatever (I'm really showing my ignorance here but I don't know the [West] Indian names for these things) and they put it all together on a giant roti and sort of wrap it up like a burrito if you ask for it. Otherwise you can just get the meat over rice or something, I'm not really sure since I've always gotten the roti. It's the kind where it's like 2 layers of dough with a crumbled mix of spices and shit cook between the layers of dough. I'm just embarrassing myself now.

    I'll have to check out whatever place you're talking about though sometime. I think you might have mentioned a soba or ramen or udon place over that way too? PM me d00d
     
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    YSL RIVE GAUCHE 98-99 BY HEDI SLIMANE

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