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Styleforum T-shirts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Ambulance Chaser, Jun 14, 2005.

  1. Ambulance Chaser

    Ambulance Chaser Senior member

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    GQ Lawyer Senior member

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    Does a styleForum t-shirt imply that your clothes are picked out by your internet friends?
     
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    While this is a little offtopic:

    Horace, why are you holding your arms out in that picture? Are you holding an invisible box or something? I hope you don't use that picture for online dating services.
     
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    I was thinking of just that cool crest the guy had as his avatar with something about liking it the lamb underneath. I wear and say nonsensical stuff all the time. If someone asks, just say "don't worry about it." That shuts them up.
     
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    I believe that's actually a photo of Dr. Bresch, who posted a series of "today's outfit" photos on AAAC, in rigidly upright posture that to some people resembled action figure poses.
     
  6. Get Smart

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    and i thought he was caught "mid-move" doing the Robot.
     
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    [​IMG]
     
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    If you and/or other designers could post a few possible images, the members could vote on them. Challenging as it might be, perhaps we could agree not to critique/modify/micromanage the images.
     
  9. LA Guy

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    I like it the lamb was not really that funny when it happened -but became a very funny after the fact, like Will Farrell in SNL.  

    Yes, the link is correct.  Suspiciously shortly after the Styleman incarnation of Kalra was banned, a "Saudi' troll showed up.  one of his innocuous posts was the "You like it the lamb" thing.  It was more or less forgotten about for a while. Then j. posted a picture (with a blurred out face) of himself in his new Vanson jacket. I posted saying that he looke like a member of a boy band, and dared him to ban me, at which point he posted back saying I was banned, and how did I like it the lamb now? The whole thing was taken to new heights (or lows, more likely) by Tokyo, who asked the question more than just once. And that, my friends, is the humble provenance of "You like it the lamb?"
     
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    How about a shirt for our Australian members:

    You like it the mid-stream piss?

    Jon.
     
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    If anything, that'd have to be it. I wouldn't wear anything noticably associated with a clothing forum, cuz that's a little weird. Too bad our group isn't kikass enough to wear shirts like this: [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    I agree with Ken and j. No way am I wearing a shirt with the words "Styleforum" on it. I already have a PhD. My geekiness is already evident.

    Besides, there's nothing better than liking it the lamb.
     
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    (j @ June 14 2005,12:31) I was thinking of just that cool crest the guy had as his avatar with something about liking it the lamb underneath. I wear and say nonsensical stuff all the time. If someone asks, just say "don't worry about it." That shuts them up.
    If anything, that'd have to be it. I wouldn't wear anything noticably associated with a clothing forum, cuz that's a little weird. Too bad our group isn't kikass enough to wear shirts like this: [​IMG]
    This one is in our color scheme... I'd wear it.
     
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    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    (j @ June 14 2005,12:31) I was thinking of just that cool crest the guy had as his avatar with something about liking it the lamb underneath. I wear and say nonsensical stuff all the time. If someone asks, just say "don't worry about it." That shuts them up.
    If anything, that'd have to be it. I wouldn't wear anything noticably associated with a clothing forum, cuz that's a little weird. Too bad our group isn't kikass enough to wear shirts like this: [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Would definitely wear the first. Like Black tees more though.
     
  15. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    (j @ June 14 2005,12:31) I was thinking of just that cool crest the guy had as his avatar with something about liking it the lamb underneath. I wear and say nonsensical stuff all the time. If someone asks, just say "don't worry about it." That shuts them up.
    If anything, that'd have to be it. I wouldn't wear anything noticably associated with a clothing forum, cuz that's a little weird. Too bad our group isn't kikass enough to wear shirts like this: [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Would definitely wear the first. Like Black tees more though.
     
  16. Fabienne

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    How about a collage of quotes from Styleforum posts. A string of humorous, technical, interrogative sentences, phrases put together in an artful manner (use of various fonts, font sizes, stored in a rectangle in front of in the back, etc, etc...)? So that it be democratic, everyone willing to participate is allowed only a certain number of quote picks. For an overall "stream of consciousness" effect.
     
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    +1 on the "in case of emergency" shirt.
     
  18. gardel

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    I rarely like text on a t-shirt. I once went nuts on threadless where I added my comment "that would be SO much better without the %^$%#$ text" to nearly every proposed shirt design with text. I freely admit it's a pet peeve of mine.

    That said, I rather like Fabienne's idea. There have been some pretty funny quotes around here even if they wouldn't be understood by the general public without explanation. Possibly, these quotes could somehow be integrated into some sort of aesthetically pleasing pattern where understanding the text wouldn't be required to "understand" the t-shirt.

    [Disclaimer: This message posted under the influence of a Julie Delpy avatar.]
     
  19. Alias

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    Why not a shirt with I AM MITTAL on the front?
     
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    I am voting for this one. I Play By The Rules (with a pic of Machiavelli)
     

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