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The WAYWT Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Raindrop

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    This is great.
     
  2. NOBD

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    Trailer trash, really?
     
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    You gotta love these sophisticated americans :)
     
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    All cats (bar hairless) will shed to a degree, the hair of paler cats will show up more. Moleskin attracts cat hair like nothing else.

    I've found neutered males the easiest going cats. Siamese can be great, but they can be a handful in that they can get bored easily.

    If you're a first time cat owner stick to kittens - moggies can be just as much fun as pedigree cats . Older rescue cats can be very affectionate but they can be quite difficult - on the whole the ones I've homed have been okay, but I've had a couple who had been badly traumatised in the past.

    Prepare to be woken in the middle of the night, occasionally sulked at, have furniture gouged, crockery smashed and the spot where you want to sit already occupied.
     
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  5. ManofKent

    ManofKent Senior member

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    Bright but cool today:

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    Barbour
    Trickers for Kurt Geiger
     
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  6. in stitches

    in stitches Senior member Moderator

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    lol, thanks. slightly disheartening, but i appreciate the info and the honesty.
     
  7. brad-t

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    Oh, yeah. My cat has destroyed my leather couches. If I hadn't got them for very cheap I would be pretty mad about it.

    In a lot of ways, cats are higher maintenance than dogs ...
     
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  8. StanleyVanBuren

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    Epaulet
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    nice rodeo
     
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  10. hoozah

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    a bit harsh I know, but to me it means you have no consideration for your house or others. I've never been in a house in 22 years where you're allowed to wear shoes.
     
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    I don't know anyone who allows shoes in the house. Even non azn people.
     
  13. hoozah

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    no Canada
     
  14. Dr Huh?

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    Yeah, we don't wear shoes in our homes in Canada. Also, usually when visiting someone. I can't remember the last time I wore shoes indoors at someones house.
     
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    same here
     
  16. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    Who cares?
     
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  17. Jabonator

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    Nobody wears shoes inside in Finland. I think we took our shoes of for school for the first 6 years.
     
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    i could swear we had this exact conversation like a month ago...
     
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  19. Jerkstore81

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    I live in Toronto and I hate taking my shoes off, regardless if it's in someone's home. I get if they're dirty, mess or with snow, but in general...no thanks. My fiancé and I both wear ours.
     
  20. brad-t

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    NOBODY CARES
     
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