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W3R3W00F

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1st August, 2009 at 18:56:29 -

Yeah, when is brown coming back in? All I see are dudes with slacking pants on skate boards or bikes with dumb oversized caps. Looks so dorky.

On the other side, my wardrobe is nothing but Polos or other classic shirts, cargo pants with holes ripped in the knees, and for accessories I occasionally wear a tie, wrist band, or hat such as a Fedora, Biker cap, or Paperboy hat. I would wear a suit but every single one I've tried on feels so uncomfortable. ><

 
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Matt Boothman

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1st August, 2009 at 21:07:11 -

My wardrobe is full of football shirts, school shirts that don't fit any more and aforementioned brown clothes.

 
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MrPineapple

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1st August, 2009 at 21:08:45 -

you have a wardrobe? i'm happy with my festering pile personally.

 
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1st August, 2009 at 21:10:18 -

I wouldn't say it was a wardrobe, it's more of a clothes shed.

 
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AndyUK

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2nd August, 2009 at 04:21:55 -

heh my wardrobe if filled with clothes that don't fit me anymore. Thats not to say ive gained weight or anything, thats never going to happen lolz. I mean they're clothes from when i was still growing.
Also the handle broke off about 10 years ago so it's really hard to get into.

 
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Johnny Look

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2nd August, 2009 at 14:41:21 -

I always use every piece of clothing I have in my wardrobe, if by some reason something doesn't appeal me or doesn't fit me anymore I'll just send it to charity. It's a win-win situation, poor people get decent clothes, and I get my wardrobe free of stuff I don't use and of course I feel a bit better with myself.

 
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Rob Rule

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4th August, 2009 at 16:26:41 -

Boothman, in his girlfriend's room:

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4th August, 2009 at 16:54:52 -

We sleep on bunkbeds cos we are not allowed to have sex on each other.

 
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Rob Rule

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4th August, 2009 at 19:57:14 -

Three years 'til she's legal isn't too long a wait for true love.

 
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Otter

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5th August, 2009 at 01:22:57 -

Speaking of wardrobes, my clothes pile I'm sure is a lot more casual than other people's here I bet. I just have some really torn up blue jeans with holes all over them, and just a couple of T-Shirts I usually buy on sale for $5 with some sort of redneck saying on them from "Farm & Home Supply Store" I've got 2 pairs of black pants, a white button up shirt, and a cordoroy jacket for any sort of fancy event.

 
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5th August, 2009 at 10:21:53 -

Sorry, I only just saw a lot of the conversation in this thread now. It's funny, here in Australia there are a lot of people who like to call anyone different 'fags' (whether it's a goth/alternative scene person or otherwise) when it's not uncommon at all for them to dress more fashionably than a stereotypical homosexual and walk around slapping each others asses and calling each other 'bad boy'. Not to say that everyone dressed that way is like that, but it's pretty common for them to be, and makes trouble fairly easy to spot. Especially when you're out in the city on nights out Thursday, Friday, Saturday, there's a lot of trouble makers, brawling and people just itching to get into a punch-on.

EDIT: Oh yeah, I was playing with my new phone's picture/colour editing program that comes on it.

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Rob Rule

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5th August, 2009 at 20:55:54 -

'Punch on'? It's called a punch up here (Sweden).

 
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MushroomVIP MemberARGH Sign
5th August, 2009 at 22:41:55 -

It's also known as a "blue" in Aus. 'Having a blue' or 'we started bluein''. Of course we call it both punch-on and punch-up too

 
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Joellie



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6th August, 2009 at 00:24:22 -

Lol oh gosh well my wardrobe is colour coded and in occasion order of course im joking because that would be sad. Brown MIGHT be in for winter? *shred of hope*

 
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Otter

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Wii OwnerIt's-a me, Mario!Mushroom
6th August, 2009 at 03:43:29 -


Originally Posted by Rob Rule
'Punch on'? It's called a punch up here (Sweden).



Really? Here we call it "FALKON PUNCH!!!" or something like that here(America)...

Well, Actually I don't think we have any good turns like them here. Fight or "Go Round" is all we call it.

 
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