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The New Official Wolf vs. Goat Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by fosho, Oct 12, 2009.

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  1. Mauro

    Mauro Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Fool interns work for free. This isn't a law school internship.
     


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    I did youtube it...I'm just a lazy ass...
    Does it matter what kind of thread I use? I don't have any sewing supplies so I'll have hit up the store.
     


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    why don't you just take it to your dry cleaner and pay the korean lady $2 to put it back on
     


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    Only out for a while, not for good :nodding:
     


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    Will intern for clothes :fonz:
     


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    korean gf?

    I would intern + cook + clean for the experience of it
     
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    This.
     


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    maybe tryout is a better word.
     


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    nice try.
     


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    Washed my M BD royal gingham shirt and it shrunk about half an inch in length and about a solid inch in width. Much more snug now in the chest, the rest is fine, which is bad if I keep working out. Should I size up to L BD to accommodate shrinkage? Anyone else have similar results after washing?
     
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    I get zero shrinkage in any shirt I own
     


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    are you washing HOT and are you putting in dryer? if so stop doing that i wash cold or warm and hang dry or sometimes tumble dry low heat. i get minimal shrinkage
     


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    cold/warm, hang dry
     


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