- Feb 11, 2009
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I love reading posts by the Foo because they are the best reminder that no amount or quality of exquisite material goods can lead to lasting contentedness.
STYLE. COMMUNITY. GREAT CLOTHING.
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It’s possible to enjoy what one has while also enjoying the prospect of something different or new.(Fallible) inference to the best explanation.
Let me be clear. I don’t think anything is wrong or worse about using A&S alum vs. A&S.
Haha...Yeah, I'm actually not really sure.I don't get this. Is it an insult?
Ooooooh. You’re one of the FNB degenerates. Like being an incel, but with clothes? Makes sense now.Haha...Yeah, I'm actually not really sure.
For context, though, the "joke" about tailoring was written by the fellow pictured below and triggered by me facetiously challenging his self-appointed superiority (look, nothing is really going to solve this kid's problems. For example, you can put an asshole baby yoda in a rubinacci suit and have his wife lend him a patek, but you're still going to end up dealing with an asshole baby yoda on an allowance. This guy hates himself and tries to buy, flex and argue away his issues. His "research" and "experience" [quality, price, pedigree, etc] help him rationalize to himself and disguise to others his disorders, but there are never reasonble ends to discussions with this guy [well, unless you confirm his bias, I suppose]. Therapy would probably be the best option, staying off the internet might be another, but let's just slap a gold daytona on that wrist, enjoy the insanity, and call it a day):
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what is FNB? (anyone?)Ooooooh. You’re one of the FNB degenerates. Like being an incel, but with clothes? Makes sense now.
I love how you guys have spun this elaborate, masturbatory fantasy about I somehow live off money from my wife. Oh man, if only.
But see, now you switched from contentedness to enjoyment. You were a philosophy major, right? Remember your Aristotle?It’s possible to enjoy what one has while also enjoying the prospect of something different or new.
Or maybe enjoyment is more like a sliding scale for me and less like a toggle switch.
Watches and clothes are sheerly about pleasure for me. So, if I can afford it, why not more?But see, now you switched from contentedness to enjoyment. You were a philosophy major, right? Remember your Aristotle?
Anyhow let me stop psychoanalysing you; I was mostly just honing my own coping mechanisms.