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Kirtaner & Spardot's 420chan Wedding

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It's time for a hair cut gais by Martha Bammerwork - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 00:53:51 EST ID:BOUwsgLK No.59412 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hay, /st/

I never post here, but I'm looking for some help. Long story short, I've had my hair long for the past two years, and I'm looking for a change. But I have no idea what I should get. I want some sort of cut that can work with my facial structure, but still isn't terribly short. Out of the ordinary suggestions are also welcome.

Input is greatly appreciate. Please help hahah I'm so uncertain right now.

>also here's a picture of me so you guys can help me out better.
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Phoebe Drummerford - Mon, 15 Dec 2014 23:57:17 EST ID:37KIFFKk No.59652 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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OP ignore the stupid retarded logic with "facial structure" telling you what you can and can't have on your head.

I'm gonna tell you now that every guy with long hair thinks short hair looks bad on him because he's just not used to it. I recently made the switch from longer hair sort of like yours to something like the andrew garfield-look. 110% of the ladies like it better, the guys look at me with less condescending look, people think I look a little older/more professional/mature etc. It's a win in all these respects, well, at least, in terms of the "what people think of me" field.
I didn't get the change for that reason, I just felt like it was sort of a change personally.
I also wanted something that I could manage more; medium-length hair takes more work than any other type of hair to maintain unless you're a curlybro and have to straighten your hair everyday.
(I was like that when I was younger, I don't miss those days, I started becoming naturally straighter hair-wise one day as I grew up though)
So yeah, of course it does come down to what you want at the end of the day. But from the general population's point of view, the hair that looks "clean" (not hygiene-wise but looking sharp and well groomed and like you really did purposely make it look good) is what people view most positively. And it's definitely the most fun hair to have in terms of being able to fuck around with it.

You don't know how many people talk shit about your hair or make jokes about it until you get it cut and people can admit what they REALLY thought about it, trust me on that one.

The hardest part of transitioning is always getting over the uncomfortable feeling of losing all the hair and feeling like a bit of your identity is gone but yeah like ^ said 99.5% of men look better once their hair goes short/medium. It's just very comfortable keeping that long hair.

TL;DR I recommend all men go out and mess with the capabilities of their short-medium hair because it has infinite potential for looking trill as fuck. I can immediately name a handful of guys off the top of my head who cut their long hair and they all never went back.
Phoebe Drummerford - Tue, 16 Dec 2014 00:02:56 EST ID:37KIFFKk No.59653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Also, the short-sides long-top has really hit maximum overdrive this year. My previous pic is similar to this but not to this extent.
It's literally the pussy-magnet here and I considered getting it but it's maximum lemming-tier. I'm really just waiting out the storm of people telling me to get it too.

I'd recommend it only for men who want to shamelessly attract as much general pussy as possible and live the life of a true loser fuckboy.
Wesley Hassleham - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 02:06:16 EST ID:Y2SR3lx9 No.59661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
get porter robinson's haircut
Doris Sammershaw - Sat, 03 Jan 2015 01:37:32 EST ID:0U4xJMYR No.59700 Ignore Report Quick Reply

OP, it's a tough decision, but you won't regret it. Long hair will make you look more professional and you can do more with it.

No matter what you do, you have a good jaw line, you shouldn't put your hair in your face. Push it back if you keep it long.
Augustus Sindleson - Sun, 04 Jan 2015 01:09:41 EST ID:lGwrBXH1 No.59703 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>long hair will make you look more professional

>on a male


sandals by sandals - Thu, 01 Jan 2015 01:16:01 EST ID:6fVkrEEW No.59696 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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really need some help to find the name of these sandals, I've had no luck.
sandals - Thu, 01 Jan 2015 01:16:49 EST ID:6fVkrEEW No.59697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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different angle
Basil Hickleway - Sat, 03 Jan 2015 12:45:19 EST ID:3YlJ+IFi No.59701 Ignore Report Quick Reply

looks like original Tevas, quite the fashion item in the mid 90s.


Wierd fit by Polly Gattingson - Sat, 27 Dec 2014 14:18:05 EST ID:JWV2pAlS No.59679 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Really skinny (150 lbs)

Tall asf (6'2")

Wide ass shoulders. Long ass arms.

I have no idea what to buy, or what to do really (other than gain weight), as most clothes either fit my body well and come up too high on my arms, or are long enough for my arms but way too wide for my torso. I'm tired of this fucking shit. What do..
Molly Siddleshaw - Sat, 27 Dec 2014 15:42:47 EST ID:lGFLJsSk No.59680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
buy your stuff "too big" and have it tailored
Martin Mankinhall - Sun, 28 Dec 2014 12:42:21 EST ID:d3A7fNNF No.59681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP I have the same problem (140lbs 6') and >>59680 has the right idea.

Feels weird to always have your wrists showing, makes me feel all slutty in a 18th century kinda way
Polly Drazzlegold - Wed, 31 Dec 2014 08:16:42 EST ID:k5OXW9eZ No.59691 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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176 lbs, 6'4" guy here. The world wasn't made for us, brother
Sidney Wimmerchudging - Thu, 01 Jan 2015 01:12:42 EST ID:6fVkrEEW No.59695 Ignore Report Quick Reply
go to asos and search their oversized/longline section. 170lbs, 6'3" and I just get a medium size, it's slim enough to suit my frame while also being the perfect length (a couple of inches below my hips).

lower-store levi's shrink-to-fit by Sidney Chimmlechot - Wed, 31 Dec 2014 11:28:11 EST ID:uM7Yq+Hb No.59692 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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meaning jcpenneys, i grabbed a pair there to try them out, i wondered because the tags on it mention nothing of shrink to fit, just the same tag as the regular 501's, they were all on the shrink to fit shelf. I figured I didn't know well enough so asked and was told 'yep, thats the part for them, that must be them'. they have shrunk or anything at all, just loosened up, but maybe they are. do the shrink-to-fits from lower end stores like jcpenneys have it on the tag that they're that? are they made with the same s the regular 501s? i'm wondering if i paid like $15 more for something when the exact same thing is right next to it. i'll return them if so but i'm wondering if im missing something or they don't say shrink to fit at all in the first place or?

Cheap shit that's great. by Shitting Bruddlestone - Sun, 07 Sep 2014 14:46:12 EST ID:4nyNMhgC No.59255 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Preferably on Amazon, I want style on a budget,
anyone got anything? tanks.
For 6 dollars http://www.amazon.com/G-GUESS-Mens-Tito-Tank/dp/B00BNW292G/ref=pd_sim_sbs_a_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=0JHB6NC50W62SXP3MAJ4
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Martin Sunderstodge - Wed, 05 Nov 2014 05:18:40 EST ID:lJPcS/mL No.59487 Ignore Report Quick Reply
requesting stores that sell bang for the buck combat/military jackets and other cheap or modestly priced grungy and punk-esque clothing.
Cedric Pucklefoot - Wed, 05 Nov 2014 07:51:30 EST ID:y5tKgsYX No.59488 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Surplus and thrift stores.
James Dommerbury - Fri, 07 Nov 2014 04:58:48 EST ID:tU7e9FAA No.59502 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Buffalo Exchange (kind of like a high-end thrift store)

Chinese clothing websites (keep searching & you'll find some ridiculously cheap sites, though shipping takes forever). example: http://www.lightinthebox.com/c/mens-fashion-clothing_5585

Look at marketplace online shops like on Storenvy, Etsy, Poshmark
Reuben Shittingstock - Fri, 07 Nov 2014 12:09:30 EST ID:aJrCfXOo No.59503 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I love Buffalo Exchange.
Jack Brookdale - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 03:44:04 EST ID:0bUYgYpa No.59672 Ignore Report Quick Reply
$15 for a sweater tho

Boot polish flaking off by Priscilla Fuckingstone - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 17:34:47 EST ID:yM8nLaiJ No.59656 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I recently got a pair of Dr Martens and every time I've tried polishing them the polish ends of cracking and flaking off. Never had this problem with other boots Ive had. I've tried both kiwi polish and the Dr Martens brand polish and both seem to flake. Any solutions?
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Ernest Wanderwutch - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 01:20:33 EST ID:yM8nLaiJ No.59660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I do also use a brush to buff. Should I not use that?
Archie Pittham - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 19:14:53 EST ID:aRwGDO8C No.59664 Ignore Report Quick Reply

get fucked faggot, i was in the military where i was forced to shine shoes quite a lot. go flirt with your androgynous little pal in the other thread. if anyone is being annoying it's you, you contributed jack shit to this discussion.


you should never use a brush for anything except cleaning dirt out of the threading. for polishing just make small circles with an ever so slightly moist cottonball with some polish on it, do it for 15 minutes or so and it will be like a mirror. also using a brush scrapes off the existing layers (thats why your polish is cacking and flaking off). it has nothing to do witht he brand of the boot. doing it as i explained adds more layers to the polish prolonging the life of the shoe. i still have a pair of Bates dress shoes that i've worn for like 10 years and they still look brand new due to proper polishing. don't even think about "buffing", or doing the old timey thing with the rag lol, just need cottonball, few drops of water, tin of polish, and some patience.
Doris Drollychadging - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 19:26:49 EST ID:yM8nLaiJ No.59665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Alright, I'll give that a try and see how it goes
Edwin Gicklegold - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 19:36:15 EST ID:aJrCfXOo No.59666 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have a pair of chelsa boots I want to clean up but they're a softer leather like a thin coat might have, how should I go about this?
Henry Crurrywot - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 08:16:17 EST ID:3YlJ+IFi No.59667 Ignore Report Quick Reply

this man speaks the truth, though rather harshly :(

warm legwear for the cold season by Fucking Grimstone - Fri, 12 Dec 2014 16:32:41 EST ID:VYLCszaY No.59647 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've had a type of pantaloon on my mind for a while now, but I haven't been able to find anything quite like what I want. I'm just looking for some legwear, similar to sweatpants in warmth and thickness, but classier. Pref something not TOO loose or too tight. Perhaps some fleece on the inside. If anyone can direct me towards some clothing like this, I would be more than grateful.

where can I find... by Phineas Turveygold - Sun, 30 Nov 2014 13:55:36 EST ID:5+khul2D No.59602 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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these shoes? I want to get a pair of hi top white converse with the padded collar.

I've tried searching online, but so far I've only found one website (link below) that has exactly what I'm looking for, which would be great if they weren't sold out.

I'm willing to get them online or order through a store, I just don't know where to go.

I want these shoes to be quality, not a knock-off or cheap pair.

Jarvis Greenway - Mon, 01 Dec 2014 15:24:42 EST ID:g14QvwnN No.59608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I want these shoes to be quality, not a knock-off or cheap pair.
but they're Cons so you're shit out of luck in regards to quality
you can get a First String pair with leather lining but just about everything else they make is easily rivaled by a $20 pair of whatever brand's canvas shoe

Pacific Flyers are cheaper, sturdier, and the silhouette's more interesting imo

w/ the padded color I think mono white would look better than white/blue/red anyway
Eugene Pottingway - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 00:46:56 EST ID:ELTvtAlQ No.59644 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Those are p nice. I'd try looking in irl Converse stores and asking the staff, especially the ones in those big outlet type places where a lot of the older unsold stuff goes. Those places always have the harder to find sorts of chucks.

thermals and basics and stuff by Isabella Pebbletidge - Sun, 07 Dec 2014 02:51:41 EST ID:7YiyK+Ab No.59636 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what company makes affordable basics, especially thermals? usually i get aa wholesale shirts but i dont like their thermals..too thin. where can i decent affordable thermals?
Eugene Pottingway - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 00:41:07 EST ID:ELTvtAlQ No.59643 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Go to a camping or army surplus type store. That's where I got mine. They're so warm, also they're rainbow, but there was black too. I forget what brand, just a company that makes skiing type shit.

Do I look like a tool in this outfit? by Molly Mannerluck - Sat, 29 Nov 2014 21:00:32 EST ID:3FVmFTum No.59597 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do I look like a tool in this outfit? Or does it look alright?
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Martin Snodridge - Tue, 02 Dec 2014 21:02:10 EST ID:9hQFsfOY No.59615 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>brown shirt and pants

you look like a UPS driver.
Syn !ryBONGJej. - Thu, 04 Dec 2014 21:29:46 EST ID:sMcWPQcG No.59620 Report Quick Reply
kinda looks like a raincoat or a garbage man uniform
Shitting Sunderlock - Thu, 04 Dec 2014 21:35:46 EST ID:gtwF1TY5 No.59621 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why do you have handsoap in your bathtub
Eugene Wavinghire - Thu, 04 Dec 2014 21:43:03 EST ID:sMcWPQcG No.59622 Report Quick Reply
Oliver Midgefedge - Sat, 06 Dec 2014 22:13:06 EST ID:k5OXW9eZ No.59635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You look like Kim Jong-un.

HalfMoonHalfCheese by David Cusslepotch - Sun, 30 Nov 2014 17:22:24 EST ID:v20xe4+4 No.59605 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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New brand from a friend of mine


right now its just 5-panels

i know you guys are guna like it
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Phyllis Brigglestug - Mon, 01 Dec 2014 23:08:50 EST ID:NL154+lu No.59611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ditch that cowhide strap and give me something vegano instead, your not limited. Cork would fit this style way better http://www.corkor.com/pages/whycork . Otherwise I'm into this shit. Despite the the asian lettering (?kanji?) I get a real african/ATCQ chill vibe to it all. I'll be watching you guys for sure.
Emma Guffingham - Tue, 02 Dec 2014 21:32:02 EST ID:cupbmndR No.59616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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hey thanks for all your comments, i will forward them to my mate who owns the company.

i really like that cork idea, i will try to get that done

the straps aint as bad as they look in real life by the way

also if you are wondering why there is so much chinese writing everywhere its coz he is asain, but i guess that's not an excuse
Esther Clavingstone - Wed, 03 Dec 2014 12:39:52 EST ID:y5tKgsYX No.59618 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Unlike most I wouldn't laugh internally when I'd see someone with this hat.

The kanji is a bit pretentious, reminds of lame chinese or japanese tattoos that spell "strength" or some shit. But its pretty subtle so I guess it works, perhaps it could be a bit more stylized and unique to create better brand ID.
Lydia Billingfield - Thu, 04 Dec 2014 22:00:16 EST ID:uft+tqjE No.59625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i thought it was kanji too b/c Tumblr shit but OP says it's Chinese
Sophie Gongerhall - Fri, 05 Dec 2014 20:47:13 EST ID:+CZNOb9h No.59631 Ignore Report Quick Reply
dont worry its good to get feedback from anyone

Where to get cheap shirts with nice material by John Fettingmetch - Fri, 24 Jan 2014 13:19:29 EST ID:F9Y5BS5c No.58037 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm tired of seeing all these flimsy cheap-looking wrinkly shirts everywhere. It's hard to find the kind I like. It's like nobody pays attention to the material of shirts or something, and if they do, the shirts are very often pretty expensive (a shirt over $50 is expensive to me, I'm a broke ass dude).

Stuff I like: twill, flannel, finely woven cotton, corduroy, suede... pic related. I love those type of shirts, preferably black/brown/navy/beige.

Where can I get a bunch of shirts like these for a low price? The pics I found are all from asos/zara, but they're pretty rare exceptions, you don't come across 'em very often.
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Simon Cocklemidging - Fri, 24 Jan 2014 18:27:52 EST ID:yaqxi0rg No.58040 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Good Will dude (or any decent thrift store, it can take some time to find a really good one). I find really nice designer shirts there all the time for $2-5 a piece. Lots of it doesn't even seem like it's been worn. It's not the best if you're looking for something specific but I haven't had to buy anything new in ages.
Martin Pickshaw - Mon, 27 Jan 2014 04:13:15 EST ID:D7E0VAOT No.58053 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You do have to be a little careful with some asian brands though. I wear a small from most US stores but every korean shirt I have has to medium.
Eugene Wavinghire - Thu, 04 Dec 2014 21:45:25 EST ID:sMcWPQcG No.59623 Report Quick Reply
Just shop around the mall, nice shirts are expensive. Everything is flimsy and shitty these days unless you spend like 58 dollars on a shirt
Eugene Wavinghire - Thu, 04 Dec 2014 21:45:30 EST ID:sMcWPQcG No.59624 Report Quick Reply
Just shop around the mall, nice shirts are expensive. Everything is flimsy and shitty these days unless you spend like 58 dollars on a shirt
Lydia Chubbermidging - Fri, 05 Dec 2014 07:30:06 EST ID:2UA+BwJB No.59628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've got some really good shirts from costco for less thatn twenty dollars.

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