Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Manton, Aug 26, 2012.
i am happy to be incognito at all times
It isn't stalking to have recognized someone fellas.
pB, we have seen everything except your face here on SF, you dress in a fairly distinctive manner, and you've repeatedly described what you look like. I would be surprised if people didn't recognize you.
What's funny is that I realized that I, too, would probably reflexively call you Patrick if I met you.
I guess the question is "is pB the type of person to cheat?"!
Wait, oh, I get it...
w/ my mushy brain i find that seeing a person out of context takes me a couple of seconds/minutes to put it all together. i too saw uppr_crust, in a stream of folks pouring into the subway. maybe it was b/c he was wearing a smart snappy friday/summer casual get-up, but i had just a flash of recognition that only dawned on me a couple of mins later. i once saw gdl (this was before he took to posting chest shots) and only put it together by extrapolating based on nabe/wife/twins
booth dresses very plainly, I think, very CBD. Solid blue and gray, white shirts, "business' ties. Not a criticism, but I'm not sure why that would stand out on the street.
it's the hair.
Yes, but that is almost a calling card. I see very few people walking down the street wearing well fitted, probably bespoke, classic CBD. That plus the hair (which is a pretty big tell) would make it pretty clear I think.
Cannot test this in real life as I have met pB.
Anyone who wears well-fitted clothes will stand out to me (especially in Boston, where everyone dresses like shit). It's not so much the eccentricity or boldness of the patterns / colors / designs that stand out to me, as it is the overall silhouette of the person and how their clothes drape on their bodies.
I think pB resembles the young David Lynch avatar a while back. Particularly the hair and overall gestalt. Perhaps that's why he is easily identifiable.
the girl who reports to me at work mentioned wanting to move to midtown east. Harvard grad my ass.
the only SF-er i have met and said hello to is gdl. i saw him at the drakes sale last year. great guy and was a pleasure to talk to.
I creepy stalked vox. I was at a busy intersection and he was caddy-corner walking the opposite direction eating an ice cream cone. I thought it would be weird to try and chase him down and say hi. I just sent him a PM.
Gdl was one of the people who asked me if I was standing in a certain place at a certain time. Sure enough it was me. Through the years people have said that I look like various people. It is usually, Charlie Sheen, or Kyle Maclachlan. I'm all nose and chin. As to my old avatar I have friends that thought it was me and my girlfriend because she somewhat resembles a a young Isabella Rosselini.
Vox creepy stalks Gome and I. He lives vicariously through our chest hair, and cheesy bar coasters.
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