trends you hate on plebs

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by BubblyMasquerade, Oct 15, 2009.

  1. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    the difference is that I will continue to wear plaid after the trend has come and gone...timeless.

    Really? How old are you? I'm 35, and I can probably say that I will wear jeans into the forseable future, because I have done so for... nearly my entire life now. I can also say that I will wear t-shirts. And I've liked belts and other leather goods for a long, long, time. I'll say, with somewhat less certainty, that I will wear military and workwear inspired gear, but in a surplus/grunge way, since I've done that since the early 90s. However, I'm not going to place too much money on anything else. Timeless style? That's a loser's bet.
     


  2. Ctrl+W

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    i see trends as an excuse to wear ugly clothing.
     


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    men spending thousands of dollars only to end up looking like my 57 year old father and expecting women to give a shit about how they justify it to themselves as being cool/high quality/superior when everyone else, including other people interested in fashion/style, see it as an utterly bizarre exercise in niche-style obsession on par with people who play warhammer 40k and drink mountain dew code red
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    ^examples?
     


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    men spending thousands of dollars only to end up looking like my 57 year old father and expecting women to give a shit about how they justify it to themselves as being cool/high quality/superior when everyone else, including other people interested in fashion/style, see it as an utterly bizarre exercise in niche-style obsession on par with people who play warhammer 40k and drink mountain dew code red

    Let it out, tell us more...
     


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    men spending thousands of dollars only to end up looking like my 57 year old father and expecting women to give a shit about how they justify it to themselves as being cool/high quality/superior when everyone else, including other people interested in fashion/style, see it as an utterly bizarre exercise in niche-style obsession on par with people who play warhammer 40k and drink mountain dew code red

    You've just offended 90% of these forums.
     


  7. BubblyMasquerade

    BubblyMasquerade Senior member

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    You've just offended 90% of these forums.

    +1 nigguhhh
     


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    [​IMG] tucked in gant shirt, carhartt duck pants, red wings, wimmens are swooning today.
     


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    men spending thousands of dollars only to end up looking like my 57 year old father and expecting women to give a shit about how they justify it to themselves as being cool/high quality/superior when everyone else, including other people interested in fashion/style, see it as an utterly bizarre exercise in niche-style obsession on par with people who play warhammer 40k and drink mountain dew code red

    post pics of yer dad. no nudez pls. kthxbye.
     


  10. BubblyMasquerade

    BubblyMasquerade Senior member

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    [​IMG] tucked in gant shirt, carhartt duck pants, red wings, wimmens are swooning today.
    doubt it. nt tho. however this girl in redwings. omg. [​IMG]
     


  11. Superb0bo

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    You doubt it? Harshest insult ever.

    Cute girl, ugly RW (inspired, fuck that shit)
     


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    those look goofy on her
    and she's aiight
     


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    Yeah, those rw are less than flattering on her. Cute though.
     


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    men spending thousands of dollars only to end up looking like my 57 year old father and expecting women to give a shit about how they justify it to themselves as being cool/high quality/superior when everyone else, including other people interested in fashion/style, see it as an utterly bizarre exercise in niche-style obsession on par with people who play warhammer 40k and drink mountain dew code red

    YESYESYES. At last someone said it.
     


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    Really? How old are you? I'm 35, and I can probably say that I will wear jeans into the forseable future, because I have done so for... nearly my entire life now. I can also say that I will wear t-shirts. And I've liked belts and other leather goods for a long, long, time. I'll say, with somewhat less certainty, that I will wear military and workwear inspired gear, but in a surplus/grunge way, since I've done that since the early 90s. However, I'm not going to place too much money on anything else. Timeless style? That's a loser's bet.

    I'm not sure what is being said here but I referred to plaid because chronoaug brought it up...
     


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