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Recent purchases - Part II

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by scott.m, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. XenoX101

    XenoX101 Senior member

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    Yes it was an overreaction, but it wasn't irrational.

    It was tactfully provoked by scott.m's poison-lined jest. Biscotti was attempting the same with his remark of "Such a luxurious lifestyle..", which is why scott.m would have felt the need to retort in a similar why, attempting to break Biscotti's calm - which he did.

    So I consider it more a sign of Biscotti's lack of composure under taut, rather than overall lack of composure or generally being irrational. Can't ignore the fact that it was provoked.

    ...Oh and amazing jacket scott.m, best thing I've seen here in a good while.
     
  2. aeglus

    aeglus Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Got a couple muji striped button up shirts, sadly couldn't find a white one somehow. Fit is mostly good, has mop buttons etc. Overall not bad for about $25 per shirt.
     
  3. chronoaug

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    Yea, that junya jacket is insane. Have always lusted after that thing. Most the time i try to eat cheap/free anyways so not a big deal. Hell, i have a lot of friends who pretty much just treat food as a way to get nutrients into their body in an efficient manner rather than going grand and being a "gourmand" or whatever. Also i hate most bars and in college i'd much rather go to a friend's house, drink, watch some sports, play beer pong, have a bunch of friends over, and just have fun. If you really wanted could split a giant bottle of plastic bottle vodka for like $12 4ways.


    But shit, scott. That jacket is incredible. I think you're a size too small for me as well so i can't fight you in front of uniqlo for it either. If it does fit me and you ever want to sell, you should hold a battle royale amongst all the suitors in front of uniqlo for the right to purchase it
     
  4. impolyt_one

    impolyt_one Senior member

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    That Junya in XS (which is what I assume Scott got, right du?) is really small for an XS, it's more like a real 42P. Mine is too small for me by a size. [​IMG]
     
  5. chronoaug

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    Yea, all the junya shit i see runs supersmall measurement wise. I'd probably end up being a medium


    Also, people forget that scott lives in NYC and everyone knows its impossible to live in nyc making under $150k if you want to rough it. Dude is buying junya and undercover so is prob making like $250k so he's doing alright
     
  6. scott.m

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    Yea, that junya jacket is insane. Have always lusted after that thing. Most the time i try to eat cheap/free anyways so not a big deal. Hell, i have a lot of friends who pretty much just treat food as a way to get nutrients into their body in an efficient manner rather than going grand and being a "gourmand" or whatever. Also i hate most bars and in college i'd much rather go to a friend's house, drink, watch some sports, play beer pong, have a bunch of friends over, and just have fun. If you really wanted could split a giant bottle of plastic bottle vodka for like $12 4ways.


    But shit, scott. That jacket is incredible. I think you're a size too small for me as well so i can't fight you in front of uniqlo for it either. If it does fit me and you ever want to sell, you should hold a battle royale amongst all the suitors in front of uniqlo for the right to purchase it


    ahahah god I share all these views. and thanks A, but this shit is NEVER getting sold.

    That Junya in XS (which is what I assume Scott got, right du?) is really small for an XS, it's more like a real 42P. Mine is too small for me by a size. [​IMG]

    ahahaha dude the small in this thing was perfect on me, it fits fucking TINY as you said, no way I could do any smaller, and I've been working out a little bit lately so XS in junya is becoming less and less of a reality, depending on the jacket of course.


    and lets just say that my salary is enough to keep me happy, though it is not 250k dude.
     
  7. chronoaug

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    Nah, i wouldn't wish 250k on my dearest friend. That's fallback job money
     
  8. scott.m

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    Yeah, I actually make 500k post taxes, so fuck you plebes. (9000)
     
  9. the shah

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    standards are dropping for the taste palate ... this is probably why mcdonalds exists still
    you can still buy crazy and eat in the city just gotta know what to get and where to eat whaddup ghulkhan
     
  10. ppllzz

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    i just bought a julius leather and i only have $20 left until my paycheck next week. am i as cool as scott now guys???
     
  11. Big Pun

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    Yes it was an overreaction, but it wasn't irrational. It was tactfully provoked by scott.m's poison-lined jest. Biscotti was attempting the same with his remark of "Such a luxurious lifestyle..", which is why scott.m would have felt the need to retort in a similar why, attempting to break Biscotti's calm - which he did. So I consider it more a sign of Biscotti's lack of composure under taut, rather than overall lack of composure or generally being irrational. Can't ignore the fact that it was provoked. ...Oh and amazing jacket scott.m, best thing I've seen here in a good while.
    Do you actually expect people to read your posts?
     
  12. AR_Six

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    I wouldn't have to even notice he'd made them if you'd stop quoting him.
     
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    That Junya in XS (which is what I assume Scott got, right du?) is really small for an XS, it's more like a real 42P. Mine is too small for me by a size. [​IMG]
    I'm usually a XS in most slim things (ex. BoO size 0), but the first time I went to Japan, I tried on a size small blazer at Beams and damn near ripped the jacket while putting it on because it was so small...had to go to a medium. My mind was blown.
     
  16. Vashin

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    I can fight scott for his Junya!!
     
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    Such a luxurious lifestyle....

    Classic beyotch behavior, firing the first shot and then throwing a tantrum when someone responds.
     
  18. alexwgoody

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    I bought those Converse x Varvatos chucks with the elastic laces, they are pretty cool. I'm now at 3 pairs of C x V shoes- my favorite sneaks
     
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    dvn shirts

    [camera is filthy, going in for a cleaning in a week or two]


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  20. driveslowk

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    i love AlLL of the patterns DVN uses, wish I could fit into the 46.
     

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