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Clothes Did they take fashion too far?

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Do you think that fashion has gone too far?

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Do you have problems finding clothes that fit or problems with the quality?

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#31 User is offline   Deepsycher Icon

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Posted 21 October 2006 - 08:56 PM

Well I just happened to be lucky this time round with a new wallet.

I go into most of the shops and they sell wallets with a large brand names in front but with very few pockets inside and no zips. They seem to assume that the buyer don't carry around or have use for coins. I mean if I store coins in my trouser pockets the sound of it makes me a target for pickpocketers which is the whole point of having a wallet. Around $40 dollars for one of those trendy decorations that does little... another white elephant.

Down the market a trader was selling real leather wallets for around $10, I don't expect it to be good quality but it has a zip for my coins and plenty of pockets.

Talking of ties I'll mention it again:

Uniforms with collars and ties don't make people behave. That is a myth. The type of foods they eat is proven to be responsible. Uniforms don't make me think better. It is distraction on my concentration.

The amount of people who are rude on the streets wearing uniform makes it a joke on those who fall back on their argument and hide away. Uniforms never assisted me or helped me in any way but it got me sweaty and excluded for not wearing it... therefore a distraction.

(A) Which is better:
(1) Someone fully experienced in the job but don't wear shirts with collars and ties.
(2) Someone who wears collars and ties and knows little or nothing about the job they are in.

(B) From 1 or 2, which one is petty obsessive?

This post has been edited by Deepsycher: 21 October 2006 - 09:00 PM


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Posted 16 November 2006 - 11:05 AM

I don't really have problems finding clothes that fit, since pretty much every store has my size. I guess I'm lucky? But I could really care less. Shopping for clothes is kind of boring. Shopping for lengerie? Now that's the only fun part of shopping for clothes. lol.

But yea, like, labels and things like that on clothing? Fine by me. I don't really care if I'm a walking ad, or that I'm 'selling myself out', or whatever. Yes, I am choosy about brands, and yes, I am one of those people that spends about $100 - 150 on clothing. But again, it makes no difference to me. smile.gif

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Posted 21 November 2006 - 07:04 PM

I think Mr. T. said it best when he philosophised: "Everybody gottsa wear clothes. If you don't, you get arrested."


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