Random fashion thoughts

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  1. oneeightyseven

    oneeightyseven Almost Special

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    I'm 100% brown Cree first nations and if you said anything like that back on the rez, you'd be tarred and feathered.

    really? tarred and feathered? reeaaaallly?!?![​IMG]
     


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    I'm 100% chinese and if you said anything like that back in China you'd be dipped in hot sauce.
    tea party then
     


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    side of carrots and celery sticks and blue cheese for dipping.
     


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    [​IMG] This is heaven in a bottle.
     


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    never liked that shit, tbh. I got plenty of people who do, it's not my go-to hot sauce though, actually I don't even know what my go-to hot sauce is. for my pho, always this, plus a lime wedge, anything else is uncivilized: [​IMG]
     


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    Franks Red Hot, bitches. Chili and Lime flavour for variety; no discussion necessary.
     


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    I have been avoiding SF like the plague for the last three weeks. Forgive me for quoting shit from fifteen pages ago.
    since everyones still talking about apolis, [​IMG] still can't believe this shirt and how much it embodies what i can't stand about americana (and i wear flannel 7 days a week) it's like the entire concept of design and aesthetics have fallen so far to the wayside in the pursuit of ancient americana and workwear references that design has been reduced to a dungeons & dragons random encounter chart where the designers roll 1d20 to determine how many wacky shape pockets you're going to battle oh shit, 16! thats two triangles an octagon and a chambray elemental, give up $200 and roll initiative
    This is the best thing I've read on the forum in at least a couple months.
    Random fashion thought: tried on a few sweaters from various Jpnese brands, N. Hoolywood was disappointing, favorite was a Julius cardi priced at 36,000円, but I don't want yet another mid-grey sweater. I haven't had a chance to check out Stephen Schneider yet... i want to see if the navy cardi with the geometric grey detail fits well or is as good quality as it looks based on the south willard site. MMM is only marginally interesting to me at the moment and none of the FW09 stuff fits me well enough to pay the requisite Â¥, and the YSL I tried on fit well but fabric was meh. Men's Non-No isn't giving me any good ideas on a knit for this winter, either. Everything looks too 'on the beaten path' for where I want to be, purchase-wise. It's probably mostly because I wear "work" clothes every day (tie and everything), so I want my non-work clothes to be interesting and satisfy my quality needs. drew, I sent dizz a pm in regards to it, but I have an idea for a knit I'd like to see. Not sure if you ever run into nice merinos or cashmeres but I'm serious about this (plain, kind of mmm-raf hybrid aesthetic) design if you found a place to sew out a couple.
    Have you looked at Jil [knits] for this season? There's some interesting stuff there.
     


  9. impolyt_one

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    hot sauces though, you need more hot sauces per occasion than you need shoes.

    I could get by with like 3 pairs of shoes as long they didn't deterioriate on me; MMM german armies in white, my Jil X CHurch's wholecuts, and then something in the middle, a casual leather shoe.

    hot sauces on the other hand, I like a little basic tobasco sometimes, sometimes you want some harissa, sometimes you want a spicy cucumber paste for your samosas, sometimes you need that sambal oelek for your pho, some gochujang on my korean shit, some doubanjang, some cholula or real nasty 3 month old Tapatio from the door of your fridge, hot sauce definitely isn't a one for all thing.
     


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    never liked that shit, tbh. I got plenty of people who do, it's not my go-to hot sauce though, actually I don't even know what my go-to hot sauce is.

    for my pho, always this, plus a lime wedge, anything else is uncivilized:
    [​IMG]


    hot sauces though, you need more hot sauces per occasion than you need shoes.

    There's a sriracha thread here somewhere. Someone in there said it's no good on eggs, which is true. Chili paste, otoh, is spine-crushingly awesome on eggs.
     


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    Word. I think I have 7 different hot sauces in my fridge right now.
     


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    between all my wacky cooking, my girlfriend japaneez shit, and some of her makeup, my fridge contents are completely weird.

    I think i have like 30 pair of shoes now, just wear 3 of them nowadays. Need more, somehow.
     


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    I spent 30 minutes today looking for the nylon webbing that goes on the front of an MA-1 for the gas mask retainer loops and tab. I actually found it, but not in the 3 colors I wanted. I think I can order it though.
     


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    Yo as a real Viet, I got to use sriracha dawg like my mom beats me if I don't put sriracha in my pho.
     


  15. Fuuma

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    hot sauces though, you need more hot sauces per occasion than you need shoes.

    I could get by with like 3 pairs of shoes as long they didn't deterioriate on me; MMM german armies in white, my Jil X CHurch's wholecuts, and then something in the middle, a casual leather shoe.

    hot sauces on the other hand, I like a little basic tobasco sometimes, sometimes you want some harissa, sometimes you want a spicy cucumber paste for your samosas, sometimes you need that sambal oelek for your pho, some gochujang on my korean shit, some doubanjang, some cholula or real nasty 3 month old Tapatio from the door of your fridge, hot sauce definitely isn't a one for all thing.


    I hardly eat azn cuisine and even I need a bunch of different asian sauces, I even put that shit in sandwiches.
     


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