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Old 23-11-2008, 09:13 AM   #11
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Old 23-11-2008, 09:23 AM   #13
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Ugg boots - girls sort this one out - they don't make you appealing to guys! Plus why do you spend 150quid on such a pile of shite, when you could feel and look a milion dollars in some tasteful black knee boots or something - fuck even Reebok classics are better than the Ugg!
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Old 23-11-2008, 09:33 AM   #14
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Ugg boots - girls sort this one out - they don't make you appealing to guys! Plus why do you spend 150quid on such a pile of shite, when you could feel and look a milion dollars in some tasteful black knee boots or something - fuck even Reebok classics are better than the Ugg!
I LOVE my Ugg boots, and they were £185 not £150 so there an who says we wear em to be appealing to guys...that's what you'd like to believe
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Old 23-11-2008, 09:35 AM   #15
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I LOVE my Ugg boots, and they were £185 not £150 so there an who says we wear em to be appealing to guys...that's what you'd like to believe
Ha ha fair dos. Fashions all about opinion and statement anyway. I still hate em though! Trade em in
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Rockports with Tracky bottoms, striped Fred Perry Jumper finished off with a Baseball cap or Alpaca hat. This look is called 'scrommit' and is found is every town & City across the uk.

I also have a hatred of Scarf fashion. I don't mind scarfs worn for their purpose. But you see these Boyband wannabe's wearing them with T-shirts (Hmmm T-shirt are to keep you cool and Scarfs are to keep you warm !!!??!!).....oh & they have to be tied in a certain gay way!!!??! It's the equivalent of wearing a jumper tied around your neck (Ala 'Man at Debenhams')

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Deliberately 'distressed' clothing. "Look I have so much money, I can afford to look poor...."
Im guilty on that one when i sandpaper the holes in my jeans to get that Kurt Cobain Grunge look in the early 90's...oh dear

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them t shirts that used to change colour when they got hot, so that everyone could tell when your sweating
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Rockports with Tracky bottoms, striped Fred Perry Jumper finished off with a Baseball cap or Alpaca hat. This look is called 'scrommit' and is found is every town & City across the uk.

I also have a hatred of Scarf fashion. I don't mind scarfs worn for their purpose. But you see these Boyband wannabe's wearing them with T-shirts (Hmmm T-shirt are to keep you cool and Scarfs are to keep you warm !!!??!!).....oh & they have to be tied in a certain gay way!!!??! It's the equivalent of wearing a jumper tied around your neck (Ala 'Man at Debenhams')

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And to think a Fred Perry t shirt once was an absolute icon of skinhead / suedehead cool back in the late 60's early 70's. How the mighty have fallen! Same with Ben Sherman.
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Ugg boots - girls sort this one out - they don't make you appealing to guys!
And they end up walking on the side of the boot not the sole....like they have deformed feet.



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Rockports with Tracky bottoms, striped Fred Perry Jumper finished off with a Baseball cap or Alpaca hat. This look is called 'scrommit' and is found is every town & City across the uk.

I also have a hatred of Scarf fashion. I don't mind scarfs worn for their purpose. But you see these Boyband wannabe's wearing them with T-shirts (Hmmm T-shirt are to keep you cool and Scarfs are to keep you warm !!!??!!).....oh & they have to be tied in a certain gay way!!!??! It's the equivalent of wearing a jumper tied around your neck (Ala 'Man at Debenhams')

And breathe
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