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and a 90 year old slanket model called Rose but they were both deleted
I'll never spend that much time looking at it again as it is not relevant to my interests in any way, but I fail to see any fundamental problem with it.
for other people to post comments on saying ''I LOVE YOUR OUTFIT''.
Fair enough if that doesn't vex thee. It vexes me.
Since then, I've just not had the same RAGE!! capacity for this sort of thing.
but didn't realise men were on it. I thought it was just wannabe fashionista girls.
Like you had to submit an application and not everyone was accepted?
Now I could join, and that's just not right.
helsinki seems like a fun place to be
“Mother's old jeans + a culture lover's cape = the doctor of macabre.”
xylo posted this on facebook a short while ago. I didn't read the fucking taglines though.
Pretty women in (sometimes) interesting clothes- what's not to like, really?
I start with the vapid narcissism.
than (for example) those amateur art/creative writing sites where people upload their rubbish photography/poetry and then faun over one another?
It may be a bit cringeworthy (I don't know, I've never seen such a site) but at least it's people striving to create something and put it out there...that no doubt that took time, energy and some kind of thought process to create. This site is people standing around in their clothers, trying painfully hard to be ''models''.
You could say that anyone who ever created anything is narcissistic... but that would be pointless.
but a fair proportion of these people certainly *do* put 'time, energy and some kind of thought process' into putting together those outfits. it ain't really my thing either, but i'm not sure how it's an inherently more narcissistic form of self-expression than people who spout off boring poetry about their angsty broken hearts
I'm not going to be convinced that writing is as narcissistic as standing around in clothes posing.
but i guess art that functions first and foremost as a vehicle for self-expression/self-presentation is usually produced by a certain degree of narcissism and that's def not limited to fashion
and they all made me absolutely furious. Thanks alot
share my fucking rage you cunt.
I was on my way to posting that :D
Any suggestions on the outfit I should wear?
I simply offered Hip some advice once. I'm not wearing one today though, I felt this shirt spoke for itself.
stare into the middle distance with an expression of vague malaise.
something like the word *opulence* in a bold font.
The boxers on my head would have to be obscenely expensive too.
have one ball poking out the side for good measure.
then i realised that some people like clothes/fashion and i should stop being such a bitter prick and get on with my own life.
that thread about people being prejudiced about festival goers, did you?
The only thing that gets me about lookbook is I hardly ever see a girl as "big" as me on there, and I'm an elephantine size 10. So, you have to try and filter that out in your mind, but other than that... pffft. It's a nice timewaster for people who like clothes, and I don't think clothes are a less valid interest than any of the other stuff people get interested in. Half of you lot are fashion snobs anyway, you just have different preferences.
I always think this when I am being shown fashion.
i would smash the fuck out of all of them
just without all the Harry Potter/My Chem stuff of course