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Random fashion thoughts

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

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    Who designed that abomination of a website?
     
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  3. Thanks, I'll take a stroll over there when it's nice out.
     
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    Well, Parker showed me something that I've been looking for for, well, years, and I am not getting it because I am being responsible :fu:

    Parker = the devil.
     
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    fuck being responsible. go buy it.
     
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    It's actually pretty useful/fun. There's a version that extends into a metal pointer, too. Really nifty/cheap gift. Drives cats crazy.


    I get so annoyed by people who refuse to haggle on ebay. I love haggling. Haggling should be mandatory for everything in life.
     
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    You guys are killing me.
     
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    You've been looking for years? You gotta get it. Maybe they'll let you do layaway.
     
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    Just got back from boris and they played flood I and it was incredible and melted my face off. Now I want to buy a bunch of band tees again
     
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    Anybody not able to hold packages at location on Fedex? Keep getting errors and person on phone says to just let system fix itself
     
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    What else did they play?

    I still haven't heard Naki Kyoku live!
     
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    I have no idea if this was already said but if you're looking to thin out your closet and never know what to get rid of it's pretty easy. All you have to do is hang everything in your closet with the hangers going the opposite way, in six months or so if the hanger is still facing the opposite way get rid of the shirt, pants, etc. since you haven't touched it.
     
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    So all shorts go in the trash April 1st, smart.
     
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    Shit i forgot to add the use common sense part, my bad
     
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    if you added that part you wouldn't need the advice on deciding what clothes you don't wear


    they played pink, that one song from smile that goes woo woo, maybe some feedbacker stuff I can't remember, and some other mellow stuff. some new stuff as well. started off with drone and ended with drone, which was awesome. A lot tamer than their other shows I've seen. Flood was definitely the highlight though, and Wata is as adorable as ever (I saw her smile!!!!!!).

    No akuma no uta songs...I don't think they've played any of those in a while. Never seen one and this is like the 4-5 time I've seen boris
     
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    Which albums should I start with if I want to get more into Boris? Need more drone
     
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    Flood and Feedbacker are my two favorites, lots of drone mixed in with some great melodic stuff while Dronevil is probably closer to pure drone. and check out Sunbaked Snow Cave too for super drone. Akuma no Uta is probably my all time favorite of theirs, but that's more punk. Pink is what a lot of people start with and that's more of a stoner rock type thing. Heavy Rocks [2002] is also a good drone album.
     
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    You need to state the obvious or else you will get blamed for other peoples stupidity. :tounge:
     
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