Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by WaylonMercy5150, May 16, 2018.
I'm glad that you're okay with the denigration of the workingman.
Nate Diaz agrees
TS is gay
she has cute lil boobehs
TS also has his pic posted unlike you soy-boy.
There are levels to this thing.
I think it's reasonable to wear something like this:
And then there is something like this:
But I only consider someone brand whoring when they start wearing clothes like this:
I make my own clothing from hemp
Okay 5150. I’m sure you’re insane
I knew you were poor by your ass sore OP. But the post above all but confirms my suspicions.
Enjoy your Kirkland jeans.
I love my Converse.
When I was 16 I cared about this and had all no label clothing.
Then I grew up and wanted to look good and didn't care about remaining ideologically consistent when no one else cared.
Nobody stands out anymore. Fashion hasn't evolved in 10 years.
The label whoring days of the 80's, 90's, and early 2000's are long gone.
Nobody cares about it anymore. People in society these days are too conformed and rarely have a sense of individualistic style.
I haven't seen anyone wear Adidas for more than a decade.
i actually agree and avoid getting clothes that prominently display brand name.
not one of those things that's gonna matter to most people, but i dont like it.
adidas Overtakes Jordan as the 2nd Best Selling Sports Brand in U.S.
I'm waiting for the future when you can get paid fractions of a credit to have the name of a brand scroll across your e-ink clothing like a billboard.
That's only for shoes.
I'm talking about apparel.
Adidas used to make really stylish winter sports coats. They were very high quality products from the assembly line. I haven't seen those coats for 15 years.
They don't sell headbands anymore either. At least not where I live.
I dont give a fuck. If I like something I will gladly freely advertise for them you lil bitch. But no those shirts with giant logos are ridiculous anyone. I would wear a Pride shirt if I had one, but never a UFC unless I fought for them
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