Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Eason, Feb 1, 2010.
^ Why would you want to fight him?
You're such a dumbass, dude.
It'll help if you (Moo) emphasize proportions/finding clothes that fit your body type before dropping exorbitant dough on high fashion brand names. Your fit would probably improve if you didn't tuck your pants in those boots, which shorten your legs and make you look stumpy, especially while wearing a mid length oversized jacket.
cuz he got the self-hate
Getting cold and festive.
Unfortunately Christmas doesn't give me the greatest lighting - the coat is navy, jeans are black, hightops are grey/black.
I was just very tempted to take a swing.
Dumbass for being angry? Right. It's ridiculous for a straight man to bristle when accused of having a twisted sexual orientation.
Is this an SF competition or something?
Love the pants.
No. Being a mature adult means not being able to accept a innocent compliment. Right.
How quickly you've gone from being a long-winded bore to being a boorish windbag.
Being complimented by a gay man does not imply you are gay. Also, fuck you.
You are an idiot.
And probably also closeted and self loathing.
CDHagg, you're gay...its ok, you're in good hands here.
when I go out with my wife in the city, she always mentions if I am "cruised" by a gay guy.
I usually take it as a compliment. You should too.
what a fag
No-this guy was sitting there with his girlfriend, wearing clothing that barely deserved the title, when I walked by. He said that I looked cute, not as a compliment from one gay man to another potentially-gay man, but as a sarcastic insult of the fact that I had obviously put some thought into my obviously-more-expensive-than-his clothing. He was establishing that he is a better man than I because he doesn't care about his looks, that his disregard for civility puts him above me. It was most definitely not a compliment.
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