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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Jan 7, 2011.

  1. hmtwrk

    hmtwrk Senior member

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    dude's just trollin, just look at his post history. sole reason of being here is to:

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  2. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    literally what are you saying
     
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  3. ninopwns

    ninopwns Senior member

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    c'mon man I got told to fuck off in this thread and yet youre saying some of the dumbest shit
     
  4. masshi

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    sooooo how much money does everybody have locked up with toj (orders + refunds)?

    i've got $380 + $795 + $830 + $885 = $2890!! :eek:


    p decent chunk of change for a poor-ish college student :(
     
  5. iamacyborg

    iamacyborg Senior member

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    If you're a poorish college student you probably shouldn't be spending $2890 on jackets...
     
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  6. masshi

    masshi Senior member

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    i intentionally added an '-ish'

    it's only affected my ability to buy other frivolous things
     
  7. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    then don't use the word poor dude wtf
     
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  8. misterswag

    misterswag Senior member

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    So not really poor at all then, you could say.

    I'm not broke at all and I'm still annoyed I'm out a daypack (so far)
     
  9. nahneun

    nahneun Senior member

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    you're not a poor college student if you have 3k+ in discretionary income
     
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  10. Distorbiant

    Distorbiant Senior member

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    I'm poor I can';t even afford to take the bus I spend hours walking everywhere

    fuck this imaginry jacket ufcked my life
     
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  11. masshi

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    cause there can't be degrees to words, right (especially relative ones)?


    look guys, just cause i can budget it to where i can afford to spend money (even what might seem like outrageous amounts of it for somebody claiming to be "poor") on one of the few legitimate interests i have (i.e. fashunz) doesn't mean that i can't also be kind of poor too

    i give up a lot of food, for example, whether it be through only eating twice a day or often denying invites to eat out with friends, for the sake of being able to use that money elsewhere

    it might sound dumb, but it is what it is, and at the end of the day, a nice jacket (or whatever else) will feel better than a full stomach (for me, anyway)


    (edit: ignore that other post of mine regarding "my ability to buy frivolous things", cause after thinking about it it affects more than that as i've just described)



    and i know you're being sarcastic, but this is something i sometimes do lol
     
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  12. dieworkwear

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    Which meal did you skip to save $3,000?
     
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  13. dvskei

    dvskei Senior member

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    holy shit how does it feel to have 3k on the line u might not see again
     
  14. nahneun

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    lol.

    he skipped his bowl of cereal in the morning. GOOD JOB GOLD STAR FIRST WORLD PROBLEMS, BRUH.

    i can count the number of times i ate breakfast on my hands during my 4 years of college. and it wasn't because i didn't have money.
     
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    Shall we bring back the term "struggle kids" again?
     
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    on days i have class, i eat in the morning at anywhere from 5 to 7 when i wake up ($5 batch of 45 cookies from safeway ftw; i'll eat 6 a day), then i don't eat again until 12+ hours later



    EXACTLY
     
  18. Lionheart Biker

    Lionheart Biker Senior member

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    This thread never fails to deliver... except for jackets, I mean.
     
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  19. BeraQueezy

    BeraQueezy Senior member

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    Bruh. You ain't poor if you had 3k to blow on jackets. Don't play that card.

    Worse part is that you likely will never get your order so depriving yourself of food was pointless OR when they do come in, you'll be so unbelievably malnourished that they'll end up on grailed because they'll be huge on you.





    Basically, I hope they do come in and are a 48. You can PM me in 2016 once they arrive.
     
  20. tgaith77

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    $3k in imaginary jackets and $5 for a week of cookies for breakfast...

    ftw, indeed
     
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