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How recent generation dresses.
Posted 6/6/15

Sogno- wrote:

my fashion sense has been the same for the past 25 years: i wear whatever the heck i want and i have no idea what's going on



bitch u mah twin ???

But yeah. I agree.
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Posted 6/6/15

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noka_ wrote:

this post is so dumb. Do you even have a point to make? it's pretty sad and unreasonable to attack people because they're interested in make-up or clothes that are cut shorter or something because you want to engage in your own pathetic male fantasy. It's even sadder that you obviously don't care as much as you try too, it's a little bitter...

Honestly pinning it to society or "popularity" is quite ridiculous, who cares? there's no correct way to wear clothes, plenty of items are manufactured to fit in different ways and look good in different sizes.. You seem to be in this high school mindset of mocking people for looking better than you.


I totally agree with you in every aspect. You totally hit the mark. Guy is just a creep who probably has a serious case of blue balls to fantasize that much and write it off.
He's probably one of those "I was born in the wrong generation " type of people


Not creepy and I love my generation, the 90's just today's generation is full of nothing but idiots.
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Posted 6/6/15
A thing that you will learn as you gain more experience and a better frame of reference is that most people are idiots, and that you're probably one of them too.
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Posted 6/6/15
This tread is what Baby Boomers would say about Generation X. Stop worrying about such dumb things.
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Posted 6/6/15
This is such an immature, broad ass statement. It basically boils down to "waaaaaaah stop doing things I don't like!". Why the fuck do you care if people sag their pants or if someone is wearing a lot of make up? Does it affect you? You just sound like a huge neckbeard.
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Posted 6/6/15 , edited 6/6/15

Based_Goku wrote:

This is such an immature, broad ass statement. It basically boils down to "waaaaaaah stop doing things I don't like!". Why the fuck do you care if people sag their pants or if someone is wearing a lot of make up? Does it affect you? You just sound like a huge neckbeard.


I care because it's straight up disturbing and disgusting. No one wants to see that gross ass shit.
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Posted 6/6/15 , edited 6/6/15
I wish there was a way to delete posts and forum topics. -.-
Posted 6/6/15

jeffcoatstephen wrote:


noka_ wrote:

this post is so dumb. Do you even have a point to make? it's pretty sad and unreasonable to attack people because they're interested in make-up or clothes that are cut shorter or something because you want to engage in your own pathetic male fantasy. It's even sadder that you obviously don't care as much as you try too, it's a little bitter...

Honestly pinning it to society or "popularity" is quite ridiculous, who cares? there's no correct way to wear clothes, plenty of items are manufactured to fit in different ways and look good in different sizes.. You seem to be in this high school mindset of mocking people for looking better than you.


Awe did I hit a sensitive subject for you? Poor baby! Honestly there is a correct way to wear clothing. The actual size that fits you snug but not too snug. Not too long but not too short. Pants around the waist not half way down your ass. And I look better than what many people have been dressing like. I actually look professional. I don't sag the shot out of my pants, I don't wear tight ass clothing or baggy ass clothing. I'd get a job faster than any on of those styles I mention is the opening. I don't care if people wear makeup but too much is ridiculous and bad for the skin.


how can you even try to patronize me when you've virtually humilated yourself in your whole biography.... You're completely false there, unless you're talking about Jeans and t-shirts or something.. there's so many variations of how garments are designed to look on a person. I honestly can't understand how someone at 23 is so sheltered that they approach clothing from such a childish perspective... i just don't think you're at all socialized so you're just forming your view on some kind of loose timeline of generational fashion shifts that no-one takes seriously anyway. If someone wears a lot of make-up and loose fitting clothes, it could look great and creative, how plainly do you have to look at the world to think like you do?
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Posted 6/6/15
If it's "disturbing and disgusting" to you, how about you, i don't know, look away? You're the one who's choosing to continue to look at these people and let it affect you. idk how sagging pants is so disgusting to you that you want it to be illegal, but if that's how you feel,look the fuck away. Its not that hard lmao
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Posted 6/6/15 , edited 6/6/15
OP, I think next time you see a hoochie woman in a mini skirt and a tube top, you should go up to her and be like "Madam, I'll have you know, I take offense with how you dress. How dare you! You deprive me of the ability to mentally undress you to the degree which I desire!". Then pompously scoff at her and storm away.
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Posted 6/6/15

Serrota wrote:

This tread is what Baby Boomers would say about Generation X. Stop worrying about such dumb things.


Not this Boomer.
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Posted 6/6/15

noka_ wrote:


jeffcoatstephen wrote:


noka_ wrote:

this post is so dumb. Do you even have a point to make? it's pretty sad and unreasonable to attack people because they're interested in make-up or clothes that are cut shorter or something because you want to engage in your own pathetic male fantasy. It's even sadder that you obviously don't care as much as you try too, it's a little bitter...

Honestly pinning it to society or "popularity" is quite ridiculous, who cares? there's no correct way to wear clothes, plenty of items are manufactured to fit in different ways and look good in different sizes.. You seem to be in this high school mindset of mocking people for looking better than you.


Awe did I hit a sensitive subject for you? Poor baby! Honestly there is a correct way to wear clothing. The actual size that fits you snug but not too snug. Not too long but not too short. Pants around the waist not half way down your ass. And I look better than what many people have been dressing like. I actually look professional. I don't sag the shot out of my pants, I don't wear tight ass clothing or baggy ass clothing. I'd get a job faster than any on of those styles I mention is the opening. I don't care if people wear makeup but too much is ridiculous and bad for the skin.


how can you even try to patronize me when you've virtually humilated yourself in your whole biography.... You're completely false there, unless you're talking about Jeans and t-shirts or something.. there's so many variations of how garments are designed to look on a person. I honestly can't understand how someone at 23 is so sheltered that they approach clothing from such a childish perspective... i just don't think you're at all socialized so you're just forming your view on some kind of loose timeline of generational fashion shifts that no-one takes seriously anyway. If someone wears a lot of make-up and loose fitting clothes, it could look great and creative, how plainly do you have to look at the world to think like you do?


Sorry but many people have my views too.
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Posted 6/6/15
I skimmed through the thread, cause I get the impression a lot of CR peeps are like Gen Y..

anyways, I must have an old school thought process, but I have a problem with 13 year old dressing and wearing make up as if they're 21 years old.
I kind irks me to see some of them are trying to buy some one elses' ID to do something.

I really dont think a 13 year old should be wearing shorts where their ass cheek is hanging out, nor do I approve of boys with pants that hang lower than their ass...or shirts with questionable saying.

I feel the same way about moms who try to dress like their 20 year old daughter going to a music festival.
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Posted 6/6/15
guys dress like punk thugs and girls all look like trash b/c they show cleavage


lmao @ this
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Posted 6/6/15

pirththee wrote:


Serrota wrote:

This tread is what Baby Boomers would say about Generation X. Stop worrying about such dumb things.


Not this Boomer.


Sorry
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