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jcb3000  
27 Sep 2008 13:22 | Quote
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:O '69 camero! one of my favs! also phip a very nice mustang there! it looks pretty done up to me :P and your brother in law shouldve got the 1957 shelby gt500. my favourite car out of all of them. i like my cars :)
TheAmericanBrit  
27 Sep 2008 13:32 | Quote
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...I collect Hot-Wheels!
BodomBeachTerror  
27 Sep 2008 13:46 | Quote
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LOL brit.. i remember those days
EMB5490  
27 Sep 2008 13:51 | Quote
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lol
JazzMaverick  
4 Oct 2008 09:40 | Quote
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ahahaha I look awesome! ahhh dear. Well done, Phip! Well done.

I LOVE that car, Phip!
Nightmare  
4 Oct 2008 19:36 | Quote
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hmm, i like to wear what im usually wearing when playin lol(as long as theyre like really nice, mostly plain or edd hardy i lovvvee edd hardy), guitar color doesnt matter much, guitar body warlock, actually my guitar bc rich im in love with it, we have a special relationship
but actully what i really care about is what i wear in my hands, not the disgusting rubber bands and stuff... a black glove the one with half-covered fingers, with Nm written on it same as guitar color(left hand, especially when wearing a black sweater the one with the cap at the back and zippers in the middle its like a jacket dunno what do u call it), or a bc-rich wristband(came with the guitar, left hand too) and sometimes some tape on the fingers the white one that u get it from a pharmacy or drug store
and most importantly leave ur strings on the head of the guitar as they are when u change them dont cut them or curl them
BodomBeachTerror  
4 Oct 2008 20:03 | Quote
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Nightmare says:
and most importantly leave ur strings on the head of the guitar as they are when u change them dont cut them or curl them


thats an accident waiting to happen.. seriously, someone is gonna lose an eye
Nightmare  
4 Oct 2008 20:09 | Quote
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lool not that long:D:D
i never tried it, i saw a guitarist in a music video that has his strings like that, hes in band called Sonic Syndicate, u might know the band
EMB5490  
4 Oct 2008 20:17 | Quote
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Nightmare says:
hmm, i like to wear what im usually wearing when playin lol(as long as theyre like really nice, mostly plain or edd hardy i lovvvee edd hardy),


we should switch skools...in my school u arnt a person until u wear ed hardy, juciy, all those **** ass rich ass hole brands. i wear jeans, white shirt...maybe with a colorful open button down but i will NEVER wear any of tht ***. i am sick of every 1 being like every 1 else, either ed hard with sweats or t shirts (of course name brands or logos or tht ***) with athletic pants, i wnt to be diff, im thinking of a thin leather thing...idk...
baudelaire  
4 Oct 2008 20:20 | Quote
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you can't make yourself different with clothes. if you participate in fashion to any extent, you're the same as the kids that wear expensive clothing of a certain brand, you just have a different taste. it's all the same, though. you should look at something besides fashion styles to judge people.
Nightmare  
4 Oct 2008 20:22 | Quote
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here no one knows edd hardy
Nightmare  
4 Oct 2008 20:27 | Quote
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plus im not rich, i finished high school two years ago when i was 16 now since i became 18 i wanna work so i can afford going to college, it has been 2 years now... so dont judge ppl by their edd hardy stuff :P
TheAmericanBrit  
4 Oct 2008 20:32 | Quote
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Baud, you know what separates the label *s from us? The fact that we're cool with our clothes coming from Wal-Mart instead of Sean John.

It's not the taste in clothes that's different, it's the taste in social image.
les_paul  
4 Oct 2008 20:32 | Quote
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Nice phip. my favorite car is a 1966 mustang fastback, black. Also love the big blocks. When I was 17 I put a 350 olds big block with a 950 carter 4 barrel in an 87 camaro. nothing sounds like a big block and a set of flow masters.
Nightmare  
4 Oct 2008 20:33 | Quote
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It's not the taste in clothes that's different, it's the taste in social image.

oui, so true
baudelaire  
4 Oct 2008 20:40 | Quote
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it's still fashion. you can't say you're better then them or smarter or anything because of the woven vegetable matter you drape your body with. that's silly. clothes and social image are all just parts of fashion, even if you pick the less popular side... you're still playing the game. i'm not saying it's bad, i'm just saying don't talk down to people that buy expensive clothing to put out a image; the only difference between that and buying cheap clothing to put out the opposing image is that the latter is more economic.

let me ask you; if you saw a reasonably priced hollister/sean john shirt that you really liked the look of, would you buy it?

Nightmare  
4 Oct 2008 20:45 | Quote
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by other words, fashion serves as a reflection of SOCIAL and economic status, so it explains the function of popularity in a genration..
i changed my mind i dont agree with u Brit
for the FIRST TIME i agree with baud... are u feeling good baud cause theres sumtin worng with u, u said a right thing lol
TheAmericanBrit  
4 Oct 2008 20:48 | Quote
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You assume that I really care what people think of me, Baud. I mean, I like to look nice, but I could go out looking like Kurt Cobain after a Friday night of liquor binging and still be cool with it.

I am smarter in the fact that I'm not wasting 80 bucks on 1 shirt, though. I don't choose to wear what I wear just so I can say I'm some working class hero. I just wear it.

Most every person I've ever met who wore Sean John, Abercombie & Fitch and what not only wore it because of the name on the label. Why is this? Because the majority of people who buy those clothes tend to be douchebags.

I have nothing against them for having enough cash to be able to afford those clothes. I just think it's REALLY stupid to blow 80 bucks on a shirt.


EDIT: And another thing: who in their right mind would pay a couple hundred for a purse that MIGHT hold a stick of gum?
Ozzfan486  
4 Oct 2008 20:51 | Quote
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TheAmericanBrit says:
You assume that I really care what people think of me, Baud. I mean, I like to look nice, but I could go out looking like Kurt Cobain after a Friday night of liquor binging and still be cool with it.

I am smarter in the fact that I'm not wasting 80 bucks on 1 shirt, though. I don't choose to wear what I wear just so I can say I'm some working class hero. I just wear it.

Most every person I've ever met who wore Sean John, Abercombie & Fitch and what not only wore it because of the name on the label. Why is this? Because the majority of people who buy those clothes tend to be douchebags.

I have nothing against them for having enough cash to be able to afford those clothes. I just think it's REALLY stupid to blow 80 bucks on a shirt.

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I totally agree dude.
league  
9 Oct 2008 00:27 | Quote
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TheAmericanBrit says:
I am smarter in the fact that I'm not wasting 80 bucks on 1 shirt, though. I don't choose to wear what I wear just so I can say I'm some working class hero. I just wear it.



I wear jeans and T-shirts from the swap meet because theyre cheap and it helps to distinguish myself from those guys who wear all that fancy clothes. Denim lasts longer than most other fabrics, thats just a fact.
Doz  
9 Oct 2008 10:54 | Quote
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Well, just because you don't spend the money doesn't make you smarter Skold. It makes you more economic. Is it still stupid if they have the money to blow? What if they *really* like that shirt?

Sometimes I buy cheap, sometimes I buy a little more expensive. You often get better quality clothes at higher prices. Sometimes you just get a name. It's a very hard subject. I've spent 40 quid (about 80 USD) on a hat and 30 quid (about 60 USD) on a belt. Sometimes that's more than the cost of both the jeans and t-shirt I'm wearing but I didn't buy them thinking "people will think I'm cool". I'd only call myself stupid if the money mattered to me that much at that time, as it so happened I felt like buying.

I agree with Baude, but there are loads of people not participating in fashion. People who truly don't care... myself, I care (not an awful lot but I do care).
JazzMaverick  
10 Oct 2008 07:55 | Quote
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Baudelaire also said that the shirt was reasonably priced. So to our standard of reasonably priced, not the rich standard.

£30 on a belt?! Doz, that's just a con.

I honestly don't care about style. I wear what I wear, though I can't buy anything I like because nothing sells what I like. I may as well make it. I think they style is getting worse than ever before. I see old people dressing as if they're 14 year olds. Why? Because they want to look young? Probably one reason. The main reason though is because the stupid stores sell nothing for older people!

No one can be themselves anymore. It's all about the image. This creates judgement and chaos between the apposing sides. We’ll never have the luxury to not worry about what we look like, even though casual people say “We don’t actually care what women look like” Yes, actually, you do. You’re not going to like some woman who wears rags and has pimples all over her face.

There’s some standard of “OK” looking. There always will be. It’s another means of entertainment for our human desires.
TheAmericanBrit  
10 Oct 2008 08:04 | Quote
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Doz says:
Well, just because you don't spend the money doesn't make you smarter Skold.


....on a shirt.....ON A FREAKING SHIRT!
sixtiesguy  
10 Oct 2008 08:37 | Quote
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I'm more of a minimalist:-
Doz  
10 Oct 2008 10:03 | Quote
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80 dollars. 40 quid on a shirt. It's not exactly terrible... I've seen worse.

It was a good belt jazz, never seen one like it before and since.
JazzMaverick  
10 Oct 2008 11:41 | Quote
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ahaha! I love that one SixtiesGuy!

That's my point Doz, it's a belt. I know the more you spend - hopefully - better the quality, but I think this world is just a fiend. There's no such thing as a free world.
Nightmare  
10 Oct 2008 17:16 | Quote
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you can get a fake, no one will notice as long as it's a good quality and looks the same
league  
13 Oct 2008 11:29 | Quote
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I also agree. I really didnt care about fashion until about two years back. I just wore whatever my dad bought me. Now I care a bit more.

EDIT: Sorry, I meant to quote Doz on that.
league  
3 Jun 2009 22:40 | Quote
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JazzMaverick says:
That may look hot, but it's stupid. They look like AIDS **s.


HAHA.

I thought it was a good thread.
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