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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by tiecollector, Jul 3, 2009.
Speaking of bad drivers...
You saying the dorkiest of them all is the only one doing it right?
there are people outside my window talking about niggas, i'll fuck you up, in 10 years i'm going to hire you, something about hersheys, i'm sober, i'm right here, nigga, true story,
i am surprised i havent heard come at me bro. am tempted to grab a bag of popcorn and watch
Tell me about it.
Speaking of DC, the Metro. Everything about it, really.
COME AT ME DIABRO
I don't understand:
Tailoring a ready to wear product to a model on your website to the point that the garment you're actually selling to people is cut nothing like the product represented on the site.
Look, I understand that you want the product to look good, but you need to understand that if, in the end, the product on the site ends up looking absolutely nothing like the off-the-rack product you ship to customers (even in your model's size), then you're fucking bogus and there was no point having him model it in the first place.
my legs are barely thicker than dude's legs. We wear the same size. So why are his pants slim and mine as baggy as Hammer's? Why was the blazer cut so full? We take the same size. His is slim. Mine looks like it was a Jos. A Banks cut. There are different body types, but ours are pretty darn similar and this is crap.
It wasn't such a great idea at the end..
Edit: also the gay executive, think his name is Banks.
It seems like sometimes they're fine, and then for five episodes in a row all the guys do it except those two. Its fucking infuriating.
other things I don't get: my apparent inability to not let completely inconsequential shit bother me.
I think this happens quite often actually.... whether it be on a model or mannequin, clothing is often altered or just pinned to make it look more flattering... ya it's totally bogus.
RL does this routinely.
I have apparently just insulted a potential client, who misunderstood what I said. So I decided that what I said was an insult and not constructive criticism. oh well.
I don't get people who don't like hentai.
I don't get why TV broadcasters (particularly in sports) do not use adverbs correctly or at all... it's like an entire part of speech just disappeared. Of course the easy explanation is most people are idiots.... anyway.
Kid Nickels calling you out on incorrect grammar is like Gabourey Sidibe telling you that you need to lose weight.
Who was I calling out? I was talking about these jackasses on television. And what do you know of my grammar usage solely from random posts on a style blog? It is Style Forum... not exactly one of enlightened erudition. And this coming from a guy who jerks off to cartoons.... ... please.
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