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#351 2013-04-09 07:49:47

xenon1
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

The saga continues, but I have to say I have a new found respect for Mafofan. Here he busts one Igent myth: shirting (that contains polyester no less) that my 9 year old daughter would easily identify as crap shirting is actually......CRAP SHIRTING! Its comical to see several other retarded posters slowly come to grips (almost) with this fact. Others, still in denial continue with the quest to find quality shirting with all the intrinsic qualities possessed by crap.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/341010/the- … ations/600

It must actually be painful for a man when he can't trust his owns eyes and doesn't have any reasoning abilities. However I think there is a huge business opportunity selling shirting made from recycled newspaper/toilet paper and water bottles to Igents. All we need to do is come up with a story about how the shirting is made on looms owned by Alexander the Great or perhaps even Odin.

Last edited by xenon1 (2013-04-09 07:54:17)

 

#352 2013-04-09 08:13:56

doghouse
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

I don't know about you, but I'd buy a crap shirt made on a loom once owned by Odin in a heartbeat.


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#353 2013-04-18 17:04:34

Gilgamesh2003
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

Our colleagues at the one true fashion forum calculate a mathematical ratio for flattering hat size and shape.
http://www.thefedoralounge.com/showthre … lden-Ratio

Shockingly, this guy:
http://i.imgur.com/wIoNtzZ.jpg
admits that he might not have perfected the formula quite yet.

Last edited by Gilgamesh2003 (2013-04-18 17:04:56)

 

#354 2013-04-18 22:03:06

Sammy Ambrose
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

Gilgamesh2003 wrote:

Our colleagues at the one true fashion forum calculate a mathematical ratio for flattering hat size and shape.
http://www.thefedoralounge.com/showthre … lden-Ratio

Shockingly, this guy:
http://i.imgur.com/wIoNtzZ.jpg
admits that he might not have perfected the formula quite yet.

This is what is so tragic about the igentry. Millions of years of genotype militate against the rewards of Andy's Encyclopedia.


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#355 2013-04-19 03:05:10

Drum Thunder !!!
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

He looked better in the top hat I thought.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-8iNgD2z7VHk/Tf53ennmu6I/AAAAAAAAAI8/zVbeRFxr-jo/s1600/Fat_Controller_TTTE_1.jpg


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#356 2013-04-19 04:30:43

chatsworth osborne jr.
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

I'll have to follow this golden ratio hat thread, as it is a prime example of possibly brilliant thinking that will be blindly and dumbly followed by pedantic types, free from a holism, to their own detriment.

The user shown has nearly achieved Drip's horizontal facial symmetry with the aid of a hat!

Last edited by chatsworth osborne jr. (2013-04-19 04:31:57)

 

#357 2013-04-19 06:43:17

doghouse
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

Golden ratio. Oh boy.


Hide thy infants, hide thy Lady, and hide thy husband, alas they art forcing sexual intercourse upon the entire populace. - Wm Shakespeare

 

#358 2013-04-22 15:11:42

doghouse
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

http://www.styleforum.net/t/345360/i-bo … ut-it/0_50

Which one of you started this thread? It can't be serious.


Hide thy infants, hide thy Lady, and hide thy husband, alas they art forcing sexual intercourse upon the entire populace. - Wm Shakespeare

 

#359 2013-04-22 15:17:03

Popeye Doyle
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

This guy actually posts on a clothing forum and it's kind of sad, sadder than most posts on a clothing forum:

http://i78.servimg.com/u/f78/16/47/33/42/01110.jpg




And Chenners does a nice little riff on the relationship between jazz and the college campus in the 50's early 60's, without saying a word:
http://www.ivy-style.com/jazz-appreciat … overs.html


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#360 2013-04-22 15:17:59

Patrick
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

doghouse wrote:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/345360/i-bought-3-tom-fords-and-i-feel-terrible-about-it/0_50

Which one of you started this thread? It can't be serious.

Guy says he has a 17 1/2 neck and a 32 inch "waste."

 

#361 2013-04-22 15:40:50

Kingston1an
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

Popeye Doyle wrote:

This guy actually posts on a clothing forum and it's kind of sad, sadder than most posts on a clothing forum:

Except that it is a forum where the hat is the be all and end all of everything. So he has a shirt collar that is way too big and a shapeless suit; it could just be Walmart T shirt and jeans. Nobody bothers that much. He could just post a photo of the hat on its own. Hats have magic properties that work well on everybody. The rest of the kit is just an after thought. Besides it can get very hot in Reno and he likes to let the air circulate around his neck.


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#362 2013-04-22 15:44:31

Kingston1an
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

^ Anyway, matey says:-
''Today, I had an interview, so I went with my 30s/40s 3 piece suit, and 30s Penn-Craft. He wants me to come back for a 2nd interview! I hope I can land the job, as it is dealing with clothing.''

So there.


"Florid, smug, middle-aged golf club bore in this country I'd say. Propping up the 19th hole in deepest Surrey bemoaning the perils of immigration."

 

#363 2013-04-22 18:56:26

Gilgamesh2003
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

Popeye Doyle wrote:

This guy actually posts on a clothing forum and it's kind of sad, sadder than most posts on a clothing forum:

Speaking of:
http://www.thefedoralounge.com/showthre … e-forehead

Need help in buying a hat that is not uncomfortable for the forehead
I am searching for the right hat. I bought a mesh hat that purported to be a cooling anti sweat type of hat. It was only partly true in that the part where it covers the top of the head was really thin and had pores.

But the most important part of a hat for comfort in my opinion is that the part where the hat covers the forehead area should be very thin. But this hat was not thin, it just hugged close and tight at the forehead, making it uncomfortable and sweaty.

In other words it failed in its design on the most important point of a anti sweat hat.


Doe anyone know a hat that actually prevents sweat on the forehead by either a very porous material that rests on the forehead or some in-built mechanism that makes it have no contact with the forehead?

Anyway this is the hat I bought which made the forehead uncomfortable:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00... … &psc=1

I see that it doesn't have any claims of anti-sweating, maybe I just bought the wrong one?

Anyways please recommend me a good anti-sweat (especially for the forehead) hat. Thank you!

Perhaps the problem is that I have bangs on my hair that comes down at my forehead and the hat presses the tufts of hair onto my forehead which makes it unbearbly hot and uncomfortable, aggravating the problem. Maybe I should both cut off my hair (buzz cut?) and get a hat that actually leaves the forehead alone, if it exists.

I would suggest starting with basic shapes and spaces, like maybe go down to the hospital and ask if they have a kit that helps people learn how to fill a glass with water.

 

#364 2013-04-23 07:16:59

fxh
Big Down Under.
From: Melbourne
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

Gilgamesh2003 wrote:

I would suggest starting with basic shapes and spaces, like maybe go down to the hospital and ask if they have a kit that helps people learn how to fill a glass with water.

Do you think they'd have special class for me. -------  I'm a glass half full guy.


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#365 2013-04-23 07:28:44

Reckless Reggie
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

Patrick wrote:

doghouse wrote:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/345360/i-bought-3-tom-fords-and-i-feel-terrible-about-it/0_50

Which one of you started this thread? It can't be serious.

Guy says he has a 17 1/2 neck and a 32 inch "waste."

That's Chenners - recently he also gave us:

his hat size - (size 5).

hips - 64 inches (to Muffy he recently sang: 'Will you still need me when I'm 64?').

inside leg - 12.5 inches  (fancy telling the world that).

shoe size - a stonking size 65.


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#366 2013-04-23 07:46:55

doghouse
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

Impressive.


Hide thy infants, hide thy Lady, and hide thy husband, alas they art forcing sexual intercourse upon the entire populace. - Wm Shakespeare

 

#367 2013-04-23 17:02:57

Popeye Doyle
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

Our old friend Giacomo over at "A Laughable Wardrobe", giddy with spring fever, posts an inane visual essay about all his favorite fings--fries, no socks, steamed mussels, craft beer, another man's shoes, and his endearingly adorable children--a typical post of a tired blogger with nothing to say. One picture shows the common collapsible chair he hauls to his son's Girls Ball games game to sit in for a few minutes when he's not taking pictures of his feet.  You've seen them around, the nylon chairs with the 38-inch wide seat to accommodate the normal American ass, and the cupholder for the ubiquitous 75,000 calorie "beverage" that must be nursed 24 hours a day.  I'm sure a few of you have furnished your room with them.  Some coward hiding behind an anonymous post commented that Giacomo does not need such a thing as who the fuck can't stand up the entire length of a kid's Girls Ball games game?

Giacomo's dogs must have been killing him when he read it,  as he angrily responded with intimate details of his personal life:

http://anaffordablewardrobe.blogspot.co … eason.html


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#368 2013-04-24 00:46:08

fxh
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond


To do: insert constantly changing witty, knowing and slightly ironic literary quote or reference.

http://sexyankles.tumblr.com/

 

#369 2013-04-24 01:26:40

Kingston1an
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

Popeye Doyle wrote:

Our old friend Giacomo over at "A Laughable Wardrobe", giddy with spring fever, posts an inane visual essay about all his favorite fings--fries, no socks, steamed mussels, craft beer, another man's shoes, and his endearingly adorable children--a typical post of a tired blogger with nothing to say. One picture shows the common collapsible chair he hauls to his son's Girls Ball games game to sit in for a few minutes when he's not taking pictures of his feet.  You've seen them around, the nylon chairs with the 38-inch wide seat to accommodate the normal American ass, and the cupholder for the ubiquitous 75,000 calorie "beverage" that must be nursed 24 hours a day.  I'm sure a few of you have furnished your room with them.  Some coward hiding behind an anonymous post commented that Giacomo does not need such a thing as who the fuck can't stand up the entire length of a kid's Girls Ball games game?

Giacomo's dogs must have been killing him when he read it,  as he angrily responded with intimate details of his personal life:

http://anaffordablewardrobe.blogspot.co … eason.html

I think his blog is a good one provided he avoids Tyrolean hats.

Fatass chair would be handy for watching The Derby from up on the Hill with all the gippoes. (No Godolphin horses now I suppose?)Trouble is I would have to haul it up there.


"Florid, smug, middle-aged golf club bore in this country I'd say. Propping up the 19th hole in deepest Surrey bemoaning the perils of immigration."

 

#370 2013-04-24 01:31:06

Taylor McIntyre
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

I was disgusted to see that he didn't employ a shooting stick...

 

#371 2013-04-24 19:41:28

Jeff Reed
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

fxh wrote:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6iS1sSrDXQ&feature=youtu.be

lol

 

#372 2013-04-24 19:59:53

Jeff Reed
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From: Brooklyn, New York
Posts: 776

Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

Popeye Doyle wrote:

.  I'm sure a few of you have furnished your room with them.

Giacomo's dogs must have been killing him when he read it,  as he angrily responded with intimate details of his personal life:

http://anaffordablewardrobe.blogspot.co … eason.html

I'm sitting on one right now. And my vanilla bean coolatta (http://www.dunkindonuts.com/content/dun … n+Coolatta) clocks in at a waist slimming 850 calories, thank you very much. A mere 174 grams of sugar, too. That's just 40+ 'Merican-sized sugar packets. I have a right to subsidized insulin and assault weapons. It's in the constitution.

Last edited by Jeff Reed (2013-04-24 20:15:24)

 

#373 2013-04-24 20:33:58

Jeff Reed
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

Holy hell.

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#374 2013-04-24 20:51:57

Jeff Reed
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Posts: 776

Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

Young man on train wearing an unstructured cotton jacket with the sleeve tag still sewn on (Armani Exchange). I figure he left it on there because he thinks it is supposed to be like a logo. I thought, "should I tell him?" Nope. "Fuck him." Then I thought, maybe he knows it is supposed to be removed, but he is saying, "fuck me? No. Fuck you." In which case, fuck me for being a judgmental, unironic prick. This all went down in about 5 seconds before I could resume my hatred of the people who eat garlic for breakfast. Seriously. Fuck them.

 

#375 2013-04-25 08:53:56

Cap! Het!
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Re: Inane Overdrive-Brave New World Edition, 2013 and Beyond

Old Scareball is admirably earnest, but there isn't a single item of clothing he can't turn into a sack of potatoes.

 
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