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those evil checkered Nirvana shirts.
Put your hand up if you don't have one.
Not ones with band names.
yeah, pretty much everyone.
but i had it before band of horses had even heard My Morning Jacket/Neil Young, does that count?
I just associate that with the slacker look and not just Nirvana. I've never had one as I'm all about jumpers and shirts from BHS.
A little sensible.
and a load of other flimsey ones that I bought in Indonesia from a stall
greasy, badly-cut hair and ill-fitting red-neck clothes?
I don't dig it. Nor do I dig the 'indie' look, to be honest.
slightly overweight, beard, flannel shirt look >>>>> skinny jeans, cardigan, tousled hair look
Gimmie your heart, gimmie gimmie...
The rest of it says nothing to me.
I havn't worn a shirt since I was in small-shorts.
I haven't got one.
I think I would be aloud one though as I have a chainsaw licence and can cut down trees
Tell me about it!
and durring that job I got the opertunity to learn how to use a chainsaw and take the test, so I did. Then we did lots of work thinning out woodland, taking out cirtain species, to manage the wood and all sorts of stuff like that. We also had to clear up fallen trees to open up footpaths after storms. I have cut down hundreds of trees in my time, it's freakin hard work. I will also say I have planted way more trees than I have ever cut down...
I have been tempted though
Nirvana are shit.
But then, I do not have any clothes at all.
I like them, you bastard.
At least I don't wear turtlenecks in an attempt to look like some chainsmoking quasi philosophical beatnik.
They are always really pretentious. Or German U Boat commanders.
And you're all indebted to it in some way. It laid the foundations for all of your music tastes to be catered for by big record companies. Between the, grunge and hip hop revolutionised the industry.
The stuff you listen to would never have been reissued or as widely available had it not been for the above two genres.
but i did try one on once.
Gonna wear one.
Don't see what's wrong with them though.
My cardigan's probably more offensive.
But as Chesney Hawkes said, I'm a man not a boy.
chesney was the one and only
What was the context?
He's a floppy-haired jobsworth cunt, that man.
i don't understand his objection otherwise
a good nets session. In the next 36 hours.
in fact, i have no idea what music you like
I have more band shirts than you could shake a stick at but checked shirts are a no-go.
but I have been thinking about getting a casual shirt.
i say thinking. I just thought about it.
they're actually from charity shops. I tend to wear t-shirts a lot.
Sometimes with a ruff though. I am shakespeare re-incarnate pretty much.
just a ruff and piratas
they're the long shorts Nadal wears
i was thinking of putting tassles onto the ruff
neurosis should do a video in that boy band style. That'd be so good. Some of the moments could be incredible
Seattle '91 4eva.
Seriously though, what's the problem with them? They've been around forever.
i like them.
and i think some of the boys here are lying.
i dont even know anyone who has one
about 1995. But, oh, how I used to love them.
Wrighty is a mod though.
but it's nothing to do with grunge - I just wanted to look like Seth Cohen.
The juries are all Mods.
does that mean I'm going to get banned?
But they don't look lumberjacky
but I'm told they're more Pavement than Nirvana.
I don't care, I like them.
I used to only do the top button up on mine, cos that was what Eddie Vedder did.
I'm not sure what the point of this thread is
they rang from simple checked shirts to more plaid like ones.
i think jack penate is biting my style.