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post #76 of 387
thanks son.
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Originally Posted by crcmdann
Alright, I may even agree with many of the trends you think should "go away" but you make it seem like anything else is ugly. I guess this comes along with being the most fashionable person.

Good luck in life, bro
ok, so once again, i never said that.

and second... owwwie, a "you're going to fail at life" insult.

i sound like a pretentious/rude piece of shit sometimes [online]... but really, im nice.
post #78 of 387
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Originally Posted by jetsetter
thanks son.
ahaha
post #79 of 387
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Originally Posted by pawneternal
What's wrong with that? I mean, they aren't the most talented band, but their shirts look alright in my decision. Do a lot of people wear them? I have a TBS zip-up.
I believe the general unwritten rule is, wearing any rock t-shirt from the 90's onwards is NOT ok. I just avoid wearing any of them altogether.
I am going to have to correct you on that one. If someone goes to a show enjoys what they see then why not. Support the band and help them on the road. I know when my band would play thats how we made money to record. I think its pretty neat when the bands themselves design them and they actually come up with some great ideas. its all good with me. Oh and this does not include the mass done nickelback shirts and junk like that if you think thats what I am talking about.
post #80 of 387
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Originally Posted by cicconerobot
Have any of you seen Crocs? I think they're mostly a Boulder trend, everyone here wears them, but I've seen window displays of them in New York and LA. They're the worst shoes ever, they rival Uggs in my opinion.
I miss Colorado so much, I use to live in Colorado Springs.
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To all of the people making fun of Crocs...

yeah, they're ugly but SOO comfortable. I bought a pair in October and now everybody I know (even my grandma) has a pair b/c they are so much more comfortable than other sandals. BTW, there are lots of colors that don't look as rediculous as the pink. I am against Uggs after I got a pair as a present and they were the most uncomfortable shoe I have ever worn in my life, felt like walking on cardboard. They also looked very cheaply made, not worth $20 much less $150.
I don't know how old this was, but this prob. gave people the idea that Juicy can be worn as dress up clothing w/ heels.
http://www.oprah.com/tows/slide/2003...juicy_06.jhtml
I've had a belly ring for over 3 yrs, but don't wear anything that would show it off, so only my bf and some of my friends know its there I do agree they've been overdone (more than half of the girls in my suite in college had theirs done) but I still like mine for personal reasons.
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Originally Posted by cicconerobot
Haha, they're awful! What's even worse is that now people are buying different colored ankle straps for them. So, you can have pink Crocs with a red ankle strap if you want. The new thing among high school kids I've been told, is trading ankle straps with your friends.
thats so awesome haha, my brother just got a pair of those in gatlinburg for camping so he would not get his other messed up. I guess he has a good point because you can walk through I guess about anything and they are still fine.
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Re: To all of the people making fun of Crocs...

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Originally Posted by jetta_07
yeah, they're ugly but SOO comfortable. I bought a pair in October and now everybody I know (even my grandma) has a pair b/c they are so much more comfortable than other sandals. BTW, there are lots of colors that don't look as rediculous as the pink.
Sorry, they're ridiculous no matter what color they are. And everyone says they're so comfortable, but come on! They're disgusting!!
post #84 of 387
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Originally Posted by csirip
-gold/silver/copper things (bags, shoes, belts)
-any skate/surf brand (pac sun shit)
-those flat ugly indian shoes that girls wear
-anything that cali-trendy sluts wear

and... i have jet black hair. but its cause im asian.
Dont be dissin the minnetonka.
post #85 of 387
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Re: To all of the people making fun of Crocs...

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Originally Posted by cicconerobot
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Originally Posted by jetta_07
yeah, they're ugly but SOO comfortable. I bought a pair in October and now everybody I know (even my grandma) has a pair b/c they are so much more comfortable than other sandals. BTW, there are lots of colors that don't look as rediculous as the pink.
Sorry, they're ridiculous no matter what color they are. And everyone says they're so comfortable, but come on! They're disgusting!!
i agree.

as much as i hate uggs, i think id rather wear uggs than those crocs.

i cant believe i just said that... both are repulsive
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Re: To all of the people making fun of Crocs...

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Originally Posted by jetta_07
yeah, they're ugly but SOO comfortable. I bought a pair in October and now everybody I know (even my grandma) has a pair b/c they are so much more comfortable than other sandals. BTW, there are lots of colors that don't look as rediculous as the pink.
Sorry, they're ridiculous no matter what color they are. And everyone says they're so comfortable, but come on! They're disgusting!!
i agree.

as much as i hate uggs, i think id rather wear uggs than those crocs.

i cant believe i just said that... both are repulsive
Agreed.
post #87 of 387
comfort is important but a bit overrated as far as i'm concerned. if it looks ridiculous you should just simply not wear it unless you truly care that much less what people think in which case it's hard to understand why you're into designer fashion to begin with. (that's not really directed at anyone in particular, just a thought).
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One of my biggest pet-peeve of the moment (I'm not sure if it's a trend yet), I saw this one chick with a GUCCI monogrammed fannypack. First of all, I think anything that are monogrammed i.e. Coach with the C's logo, D&B, and even LV are already tacky much more a fannypack. Just because it has the Gucci "Gs" all over it does not make a fannypack any cooler. Uggghhh...I didn't know whether to slap her or feel sorry for her.
post #89 of 387
Aaahahahahaha....could there be anything uncooler than a fannypack?

"It's like your belt is digesting a small animal."
post #90 of 387
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Aaahahahahaha....could there be anything uncooler than a fannypack?

"It's like your belt is digesting a small animal."
LOL...Seriously, I would rather stuff my cash in my bra than put it in a fannypack. I saw her about two weeks ago, but I still can't get over the idea that someone would actually wear a Gucci fannypack. I was traumatized.
post #91 of 387
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Originally Posted by cicconerobot
Aaahahahahaha....could there be anything uncooler than a fannypack?

"It's like your belt is digesting a small animal."
haha sooo funny. i saw that episode not that long ago!

and another thing... im not sure if anyone still wears those "jesus is my homeboy" shirts... hope not.

and i have mixed reactions about camo... i think it depends on who's wearing it.
post #92 of 387
This is what the fanny pack looked like...




It's all over www.ioffer.com That would be sad if she had a fake Gucci fanny.
post #93 of 387
Oh dear god, it's worse than I imagined!
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-people who still actually say "thats hot" in a serious tone.


paris hilton...
I love Paris. Seriously. I think she's retarded and way too tan, but there's just something about her. There was a celeb party earlier this year and I definitely went as her...I had to apply self tanner for like a week (maybe I got a little TOO into that party). I also do use the "That's hot" but more cause it's a huge joke that I love Paris, or cause calling gross stuff hot is funny.

Also, ditto everything that's been said about popped collars. A girl in my sorority pops her collar no mater what. She was going to a job fair and came by my room to ask me if she looked okay, and she had her collar popped on a blazer. It had gone too far. NOT HOT.
post #95 of 387
Hmm, so many people wear crocs at my university that IMO they no longer look rediculous. I don't know if its a midwestern thing, but I see so many people wearing them I have become immune to their initial weirdness. At first it was mostly the frat/sorority members wearing them and at first I thought they looked pretty strange but eventually I started to like them..... As far as other people thinking I look rediculous, so what? Different people have different views of what looks rediculous and what they would never wear ...I'm sure there are things some of you would consider fashionable that I would think look rediculous. I don't mean to sound angry, my b/f thinks the same thing about them. I think I value fashion & comfort when it comes to clothes, but when it comes to shoes I am pretty clueless, I just go for whatever is comfortable. I am open to any ideas for shoes that you guys consider to be fashionable yet comfortable at the same time.
Anyway living in Kansas I see so many of the "I love USA" and "support our troops" ribbons, and it pisses me off that so many of them are not even made in the USA still these people think they are SO patriotic and if you say anything against their stupid magnets then you "hate America" Thought this was a funny site:
http://www.supportourribbons.com/ind...fe84c7fb31 d2
post #96 of 387
haha i really like that site. i wish there was one like that for creating novelty charity wristbands. then i could make my "Live Wrong" bracelet or something equally stupid hah.
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Give me Jessica Alba anytime
just 2 things: How hot is Jessica Alba, whew!!!!!!, she is probably the most photogenic actress right now imo & #1 in my book http://img.actressarchives.com/jessi...essi_Kambo.jpg & man, i came way too late to the party
post #98 of 387
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Originally Posted by Jahmmy
This is what the fanny pack looked like...




It's all over www.ioffer.com That would be sad if she had a fake Gucci fanny.



I can't find the picture of it, but it all started from when Sarah Jessica Parker wore one on Sex and the City a few years ago.
post #99 of 387
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Originally Posted by lauriebell
khaki

anything overly preppy

obvious label whore'ing
Why does everyone on here hate on Khakhi? Oh wait, you're all young. You need to wear Khakhis once you get an office job. Its unfortunately but necessary.
post #100 of 387
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Originally Posted by Jahmmy
One of my biggest pet-peeve of the moment (I'm not sure if it's a trend yet), I saw this one chick with a GUCCI monogrammed fannypack. First of all, I think anything that are monogrammed i.e. Coach with the C's logo, D&B, and even LV are already tacky much more a fannypack. Just because it has the Gucci "Gs" all over it does not make a fannypack any cooler. Uggghhh...I didn't know whether to slap her or feel sorry for her.
I saw Sarah Jessica Parker wearing one of those on Sex and The City, I think.
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