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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. brad-t

    brad-t Well-Known Member

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    this explains so much about your posts in the "how would you like a girl to dress" thread
     
  2. RegisDB9

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    Yes brad, I am red blooded male and I like women, won't apologize for not acting like some new age feminist (it was the guys wife anyways, I think you oblige when your wife wants sex, but thats just me :D)
     
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    I keep hoping to find a series as good as Boston Legal.
     
  5. BreezyBirch

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    boston legal was awesome! alan shore and denny crane are the best characters
     
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    Veep is pretty good but you need to watch The Thick of It.

    Do it.
     
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    fucking loved it, wish we had a place called the max to hang out at after school too
     
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  8. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Well-Known Member

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    :laugh: You should hunt down Chuck Klosterman's essay Being Zack Morris, if you haven't already. I think it's in Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs.

    Actually, wait, here's some of it....
     
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  9. jet

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    that was awesome thanks noob (too bad some pages were cut)
     
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  10. Brothersport

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    goddamnit friggin chris paul.

    No mentions of Chappelle's Show? You guys know it ended about the same time as Friends did, right?
     
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  11. VLSI

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    Wrong. You can win this one pretty easy depending on how the buyer writes his claim. If he says it doesn't fit (rather than claiming your measurements/colors/description is wrong), you can just state that buyer protection does not cover items failing to meet buyer expectations. It really comes down to how savvy the buyer is at gaming the system, but if he just says "doesn't fit, want a return" it's not a hard case to win. He can still leave negative feedback though, so you'll have to weigh your options.

    He can still leave negative feedback if you offer a return, especially if you don't foot his shipping bill.
     
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  12. dwyhajlo

    dwyhajlo Well-Known Member

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    The two funniest shows on TV are Louie and Ancient Aliens.
     
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  13. Fuuma

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    Seinfeld wasn't that great either...
     
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  14. Imyouricecreamman

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    Anything with Steve Coogan. Alan Partridge and The trip
     
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    Find Finn Well-Known Member

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    Surprised by that as well


    Also no mentions for.

    [VIDEO][/VIDEO]
     
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  16. gettoasty

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    I THINK S/S '13 JUST DROPPED IN MOST STORES LOL

    BONKERS

    Must exert some self-control.

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    red, burgundy, brick red etc. are for summer? Sure hard to find tops in those colors.

    Edit2:
    Linen!!!!!!
     
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    why is a tim coppens nylon bomber 1000 pounds? [​IMG] is there any erm.. design or material element that warrants this sort of pricing?
     
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    Forgot about Louie. That shit is seriously funny.

    Regis, no hate, but you have the worst taste in TV. I'd hate to think that after a long hard day of performing laser whitening treatments on 25 year old trophy wives, you go home, make your self a nice cold stiff drink, curl up on the couch with your hot girlfriend, and watch alternating episodes of Home Improvement and Full House on Nick-at-Nite

    Brad, Fraiser was the bomb.

    4P, Rosanne was pretty great up until Dan had his heart attack. After that the show was unwatchable. I always thought the Halloween episodes were pretty great.
     
  19. pickpackpockpuck

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    Yeah, that was exactly when the show started to go downhill. And then winning the lottery...that was the worst. My wife and I still watch Frasier all the time on Netflix. I think it's one of the best sitcoms ever. The writing was really good.

    Back to fashion stuff, thought this was really interesting about Uniqlo. They want to behave more like a tech company than a fashion company: http://www.businessoffashion.com/20...roach-uniqlo-aims-to-create-new-category.html
     
  20. GoldenTribe

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    This Jil cardigan is horrid, but everyone who sees it sings its praises. Wtf gives.

    [​IMG]

    (If the white line took up the whole width of the placket and there wasn't green peeking out from behind it, I wouldn't mind, but as is it's geometrically arbitrary and oh so sloppy looking.)

    I also thing Wang's first season for Balenciaga has been amazingly bad, but nobody is talking about it much beyond picking up sneakers.
     
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