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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. BreezyBirch

    BreezyBirch Senior member

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    can always count on you noob to get obscure references
     
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    I didn't realize you were the jealous type. Don't worry there's lots of love to go around
     
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    noob do you just watch an absurd amount of tv/movies or do you work in the industry?
     
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    That Stallone movie is on TV from time to time.
     
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    I just got a spam PM about getting a girl for sexing. The spammer's username was "but2". So awesome. Of course, I had to nuclearize him.
     
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    referenced the hat turning around motion multiple times and it never missed

    possible mikey just wasn't born yet
     
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    That movie always made me wonder something. His dads last name was Hawk and the kids name is Mike....Mike Hawk?
     
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    tres bien shop models and photography is approaching yoox level...
     
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    surprised you were able to take your hands off long enough to post that
     
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    Some people are just born that way mikey.
     
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    Oh, whoops... I was reading on my phone and didn't even see your lulzy post.

    I was just responding to LA Guy's comment about arm wrestling being a real sport.

    :facepalm:
     
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  12. Fuuma

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    Everyone knows that movie.
     
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    it's been a few weeks since i replaced my slp's with stan smiths, and ss are far superior in every way. they even crease better, so i suspect that even the leather may be of superior quality :paranoia:
     
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    can't wait to get a varsity and have everyone ask me if it's slp :plain:
     
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    correction: everyone over a certain age knows that movie. i always lump it together with other favorite (and terrible) mid- to late-80s tough guy movies from childhood, including:

    Commando (Schwarzenegger)
    Predator (Schwarzenegger)
    Bloodsport (Van Damme)
    Kickboxer (Van Damme)
    Rambo, first few (Stallone)

    and then there were really bad ones you couldn't even enjoy like Road House (patrick swayze...weird) and anything with steven segal :uhoh:
     
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    How can you not enjoy Road House ??


    And Rambo (First Blood) shouldn't be on that list.
     
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    I'll always remember Steven Seagal best in MTV's Celebrity Deathmatch, where he gets killed by David Spade.
     
  18. pickpackpockpuck

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    swayze just never seemed tough to me. i dunno. never bought it. still had his image from dirty dancing in my head, i guess.

    why shouldn't first blood be in there? because it's early 80s or because it's actually good?

    oh, forgot Rocky IV. another stallone winner.
     
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    Yeah, First Blood has little in common with its nonsensical sequels. I mean, it's not The Deer Hunter or Taxi Driver but it's still pretty decent for what it is.
     
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  20. noob in 89

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    Dude, Road House is an unmitigated classic; the Kevin Smith commentary on that is priceless, too.

    Also, you forgot Best of the Best and American Ninja II.
     
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