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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. kindofyoung

    kindofyoung Senior member

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    Hah I guess that's somewhat accurate (well by sf-standards atleast)
    However regarding the rumors about me being gay that had apparently circulated, I think it had more to do with the fact that I hang out with the same friend pretty much whenever we're in school, than it has to do with my clothing.
    But then again there are some pretty gullible people in my school, so if they heard one thing here and saw another thing there maybe they'd put 1 and 1 together and get x^53/22
     
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  2. Krish the Fish

    Krish the Fish Senior member

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    You're in high school, people have nothing better to do than discuss the potential sexualities of other people.

    Yes people have even more time in college/university, but they spend their time doing things they like (or things they have to do, like work) instead of being cooped up inside the school building all day. If you're gay, great man, that's cool. There are plenty of cool dudes out there. If not, don't sweat it, girls (and guys) will know you're straight when you're hitting on other girls. Or they just simply won't care.
     
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  3. Find Finn

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    I used to get called gay in high school, because I always was the first to rock something, which helped me reach the conclusion people are idiots and you shouldn't give a fuck they think, as the same people were wearing the things "that made" me gay 6-18 months later.

    Like I said earlier being called gay based on being well dressed is a compliment, treat it as such.
     
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  4. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    i was hitting on/dancing with some girl at a bar the other night and she straight up asked me if i were gay. which was weird. i think i already posted this story here actually.
     
  5. Jabonator

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    I got mildly offended one time when being asked if I was gay. It was by a girl I've sort of known for a long time. I've been asked a couple times. Hasn't bothered me. What bothered me was her reaction when I answered no. She thought it was a shame, because she's always wanted a gay friend. I couldn't grasp the concept. She knew who I was, what I was like. But if I happened to be gay, she would've liked the idea of being my friend much more. That just seemed retarded to me.
     
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    jet Senior member

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    I don't think it's so much that gay dudes dress well (which they don't) in people's opinions but that they care about clothes and that's why you guys are getting targeted.
     
  7. ImaPro

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    On topic I remember when I was in middle school people (not my friends) would ask me if i was emo because I wore skinny jeans. It was when the emmo scene was starting so i guess they where just curious.
     
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  8. transient

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    Guys, when this happens grab her by the waist and pull her in close then offer to show her just how gay you are. Perfect way to turn up the heat.
     
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  9. reedobandito

    reedobandito Senior member

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    :uhoh:
     
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  10. systematic

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    Old leaked a day early. It's fire. Cop it.
     
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  11. ceoceo

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    LOL Western culture.
     
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  12. reedobandito

    reedobandito Senior member

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    But really, if a girl openly asks if you're gay as you're IN THE PROCESS of coming onto her, she's either trying to get you to leave her alone or she has terrible social skills. Solid time to abort
     
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  13. transient

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    Pretty much. But either way you're probably not doing a good job projecting heterosexuality. Like you've mentioned I think it comes down to how comfortable you feel and look and your mannerisms. A lot of guys who are consciously playing dress up before they go out probably just won't be as comfortable had they just worn something boring but tried and true.
     
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    Reedo your not 100% right at least around here most women will play the gay card if you turned them down or you dont seem like your interested want to solve the problem? Put on the ring. Women will still come talk to you trust me.
     
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    reedos brain wires are crossed
     
  16. mike868y

    mike868y Senior member

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    depends on context and stuff. wasn't the case in my situation. but anyway, this conversation sucks.
     
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  17. Find Finn

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    Back to food, just found out there's a good Korean restaurant in Copenhagen and with all the Korean that gets posted on here, I must try it.

    Also finally found a decent Mexican restaurant.
     
  18. mike868y

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    there're a coule really really good korean bbq places in baltimore. damn expensive, though. tried out ethiopian food last night. wasn't that happy with what I got (gomen besiga) but my friend got some type of spicy beef dish that was great.
     
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  20. Raindrop

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    +1

    Best post work out food.
     
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