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post #14601 of 29099
Hit the gym!

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Originally Posted by dzondlo View Post
A little bit loose/baggy for zathan but what the hell, thats size 26 and I can't really go any lower

~Dave
post #14602 of 29099
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Originally Posted by dzondlo View Post
A little bit loose/baggy for zathan but what the hell, thats size 26 and I can't really go any lower
try some Gloovys next time.
post #14603 of 29099
Lol, or Troulegs, just in case that you insist on a bigger legopening.
post #14604 of 29099
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Originally Posted by vonWitzleben View Post
Lol, or Troulegs, just in case that you insist on a bigger legopening.
Haha, naww I'm sure Il grow into them xD I doubt most ppls know this but I'm only 14 Most of these jawns will fit me eventually lol.
post #14605 of 29099
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Originally Posted by dzondlo View Post
Haha, naww I'm sure Il grow into them xD I doubt most ppls know this but I'm only 14 Most of these jawns will fit me eventually lol.
Good to start off young.
post #14606 of 29099
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Originally Posted by bradl View Post
Good to start off young.
Haha, exactly what I thought xD
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What Diesel Jeans Are You Wearing Today?

I think 72l looks better without a belt to be honest, and I also happen to think the ones ive seen lately on some of you fit like shit.
post #14609 of 29099
Looks like a good fit but last pic looks way disproportional, I'm sure its just the angle.
post #14610 of 29099
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Originally Posted by murderinthecity View Post
to be honest, and I also happen to think the ones ive seen lately on some of you fit like shit.
to be honest, that's a very shitty way to express your critisism
post #14611 of 29099
^not sure if he's referring to me or to you, tricky
or both

btw, dzondlo is correct, angle is not the best to judge on his fit (in the first pic too)
from what i can see, they seem tight
post #14612 of 29099
hahahahah too easy.
post #14613 of 29099
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Originally Posted by Evil Sushi View Post
^not sure if he's referring to me or to you, tricky
or both
neither am I referring to my own fit or yours. It's a general problem to talk abstract about a fit that you don't like. Doesn't help anyone.
post #14614 of 29099
Oh, I guess I forgot to comment on Von, I could have sworn I posted a comment lol. Great outfit the shirt is killer Great fit on everything. I would have never guessed but I really like the shirt.
post #14615 of 29099
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Originally Posted by tricky View Post
neither am I referring to my own fit or yours. It's a general problem to talk abstract about a fit that you don't like. Doesn't help anyone.
I perfectly see your point
post #14616 of 29099
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Originally Posted by murderinthecity View Post
I think 72l looks better without a belt to be honest, and I also happen to think the ones ive seen lately on some of you fit like shit.
Second picture reminds me of those lego human's butt. Square and Flat.

Then again, maybe its just the angle.
post #14617 of 29099
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Originally Posted by murderinthecity View Post
I think 72l looks better without a belt to be honest, and I also happen to think the ones ive seen lately on some of you fit like shit.
adore the fit, but the shoes are just gross.
post #14618 of 29099
not today, but some days ago



thanaz(shitty)72L
post #14619 of 29099
I like it. Casual and comfy, only sleeves look a bit sloppy.
Nice hair, btw.
post #14620 of 29099
thanks, yeah, sleeves are a bit sloppy, it's a struggle for me to find proper fitting shirts on sleeves (noodles arms...)

nice hair? are you for real? rofl
post #14621 of 29099
Yep, for real.
post #14622 of 29099
frankly, I HATE my hair, with any cut hehe
post #14623 of 29099
Same here. Plus I hate going to a hairdresser regularly. That is why I always eventually come back to shaving my head myself.

I used to go to a hairdresser who had a (japanese I guess) automatic hairwasher with head massage function. It was placed in a cubic room with relaxing music and lights changing to the rythmn of the hairwashing process. Kinda funny and I really enjoyed it, but even that couldnt sweeten me the need to regularly go to a place to have taken care of my hair.
post #14624 of 29099
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Originally Posted by vonWitzleben View Post
Same here. Plus I hate going to a hairdresser regularly. That is why I always eventually come back to shaving my head myself.

I used to go to a hairdresser who had a (japanese I guess) automatic hairwasher with head massage function. It was placed in a cubic room with relaxing music and lights changing to the rythmn of the hairwashing process. Kinda funny and I really enjoyed it, but even that couldnt sweeten me the need to regularly go to a place to have taken care of my hair.
...
Maybe you'd change your mind if they threw in a free facial, pedicure, and back massage. (:
post #14625 of 29099
funny hair styling discussion

well, I don't hate to go to hair stylist instead
infact, I like it
I played a lot of times with different hair colors, too (deep black with some blue tones, deep black with some violet tones, blond streaks, red streaks - don't know if streaks is the right word, in Italy we call this "meches", and it comes from French language)
it's just, I'm to laaaaaaazy to go on regular basis
plus, I'm always undecided on which cut to go with
and most of times, I'm not satisfied with the result


p.s. as always, don't get me wrong, no homo
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