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Business casual/job interview wear by Betsy Braddlestare - Thu, 22 Jan 2015 11:58:56 EST ID:GUPRa4nD No.59766 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Have a job interview in a bit with a warehouse. I rarely get dressed up and wanted to see what /st/ thinks of my outfit. Also, general business casual thread
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Faggy Faffingbog - Tue, 17 Feb 2015 11:39:32 EST ID:6+ryMpS+ No.59821 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59820

OP was going to apply for a warehouse job, shirt/tie/slack would have been more than sufficient.
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Shit Blanderbanks - Sun, 22 Feb 2015 14:17:56 EST ID:L3evijZS No.59831 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59773
Hiring manager here, can confirm. OP's outfit is probably okay for a warehouse job though. I work in a 9 to 5 sort of office so we definitely expect at a minimum long sleeve dress shirt/nice slacks/preferably a tie for an interview. Ladies typically do well in any sort of nice top+slacks or skirt. Dresses are fine too.

PS: OP, your shoes are ugly. Get some proper dress shoes, shit.
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Fuck Snodgold - Thu, 17 Dec 2015 15:48:11 EST ID:m+iYAnzK No.60617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>59773

maybe for some shitty accounting job or something. I haven't been to a single interview that required me to wear long sleeves or a tie in the past 8 years and I make damn good money as a software developer in SF.
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Eliza Honeywell - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 12:28:30 EST ID:YNR+uEK4 No.60650 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60617

lol thats because in that industry and that geological area especially, hiring managers are all in a pissin contest to be the most laid back company. bet when you came in the guy said "as you can see there are no ties here, we are very laid back here"

I bet your office has a foozeball/pool table/ air hockey tables and naps too
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Sidney Nongerlock - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 01:56:22 EST ID:S+L/fZdW No.60693 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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for real OP you need to look up "Power Dress", its a thing in the military and civilian workforce. long sleeve dress shirt, tie, slacks, belt (which matches your dress shoes), suit jacket if its an upper level job

only optionals are tie clip/pin, cuff links

also having your facial hair NEATLY groomed (clean shaven is ideal) helps tremendously


watches by Phyllis Degglepodge - Mon, 14 Sep 2015 22:12:45 EST ID:tir5aEGu No.60437 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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recently started getting interested in watches/horology. ideally i'd like a nice mechanical watch but the worthwhile ones seem to all be outside of my price range. i recently picked up a vintage benrus us army watch from 1965 off ebay, which is mechanical, but is not really in good enough shape for daily wear. my go to watch currently is a quartz tissot quickster, as pictured except instead of a metal strap i opted for a black synthetic nato strap. i'd like to expand my collection, but for now i'm satisfied with what i've got.

what kinda watches are you guys rockin? baller rolexes or even just timexes i wanna know
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Hugh Barddale - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 11:23:00 EST ID:z3Gk0ums No.60593 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60583
90% of mens watches are 1lb bricks to size of a toaster.

Ugh. Fuck that shit. Apparently I'm a fag because I wear "dainty" watches.

I remember this dude in college had some 80 dollar macy's special that he would have to take off to be able to type.

I currently have a couple Citizens, 3-4 Casio's and the Navyman or whatever they call it. I think Hanowa makes them or SMW.

I'd like a Casio Master of G but I can't find any. I'm loving dat Rangeman. I'm thinking they are gimmicky shit though.
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Jarvis Ganningnire - Sun, 03 Jan 2016 12:55:12 EST ID:RTJOplVP No.60641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Or even just timexes

Timex wearer here. Pic looks exactly like mine.
It's super low maintenance (every few months I give it a clean with some chrome cleaner), it's water resistant, lights up when pressed and is super hardy; My aunt has the same watch (with a purple strap) for the last 30 years.
Shit, it cost me 35 euros, it looks nice (especially when it's shined) so I'm a happy consumer and all that.
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Albert Fezzlehall - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 20:03:25 EST ID:okrB/uLr No.60664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I bought myself a Stuhrling for Christmas. I had never heard of them before but they had fantastic reviews for a very reasonable price. Pic related is the one I bought, the Ascot II. Not bulky, not ostentatious, quite sleek and simple.
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Albert Fezzlehall - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 20:06:49 EST ID:okrB/uLr No.60665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>60664
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Nathaniel Dibblehidge - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 17:55:03 EST ID:ZibHFQk6 No.60667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60665
Very nice. Very versatile.


Gauging Up!!! by Edward Dartworth - Thu, 03 Dec 2015 17:26:33 EST ID:0AbUR+3j No.60581 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looking for stylish and contemporary ear-gauges.
Have shopped at Spencer's Gifts at the mall to get sizes up to 1/2" of natural plugs.
Getting to the next phase of gauging up a size.
Forget the typical steel or acrylic plugs since they suck.
>Everything I need or hope to find needs to be bone or really nice glass or stone plugs.
Grab some online or go to a store? Not sure, but I need plugs/gauges up to 1".

>Beyond ecstatic for help!

(";
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Barnaby Sinkinlock - Mon, 14 Dec 2015 18:46:14 EST ID:OqCfyMN8 No.60611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
first: they're not gauges. gauges are size measurements, not jewelry.
second: bodyartforms.com
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Eugene Geshfuck - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 15:31:55 EST ID:jDqV+3mj No.60651 Ignore Report Quick Reply
body art forms has some nice stuff. Also check out onetribe organics. Lots of plugs in natural materials, wood, bone, glass, stone, etc.

Check out Etsy as well, there are some people who make really nice pieces.

I don't think I own any metal or acrylic jewelry anymore. Organic stuff is generally a lot better looking and more comfortable, not to mention being better for your ears in the long run. I have some silicone tunnels that are very comfy and nice to sleep in.

What size are your ears now? is 1'' your goal? When you get to sizes above like 3/4'' the jewelry is harder to come by. I stopped at 3/4" just because they are nice and pretty, although I sometimes thing about making the final stretch to 1''.

Don't let a bunch of nay saying vanilla white bread dicks tell you what to do with your earlobes :) It's your body after all, so stretch up nice and slowly and take good care of your lobes.
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Wesley Chuffingfidging - Tue, 12 Jan 2016 03:24:56 EST ID:W2wSJWqS No.60652 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Etsy usually has a few nice things (you gotta weed through a lot of bullshit though) one Etsy seller that makes amazing organic plugs is "CTORGANIX" (I'm so in love with all his stuff)
"Organic remains" is another great shop (on big cartel), he makes amazing plugs with inlays for a great price (45$ for a pair of 1 1/2 inch plugs is fucking amazing)
Other than that body art form has some nice stuff (over priced on most things though)

Good luck! And don't like dick weeds like honeygold up there tell you how to wear your ears, especially since I assume no one tells him how to wear his fedora
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Hedda Pillykin - Tue, 12 Jan 2016 03:38:48 EST ID:BrLysdZl No.60653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60611
Are you me?
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Henry Sivinglock - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 10:40:16 EST ID:77zae9Uv No.60666 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why does the material need to be bone? That would personally be my last choice. Try wood.


Style & Fashion peeves by Nigger Cleblinghood - Wed, 12 Aug 2015 13:21:02 EST ID:V7N3Ab3j No.60322 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Curly hair on otherwise decent looking human beings is bullshit, it makes them look like a fucking mess.

Post what styles or fashions irk you.
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Hugh Barddale - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 11:27:36 EST ID:z3Gk0ums No.60594 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I fucking hate curly hair. But not as much as I hate the faggot Skrillex undercut shit. Jesus, that is the most hideous shit ever. Hitla Youf is pretty fucking terrible too.

Gauges are gay too.

>This ragging on beards and DC.

Well, I wear DC because they have comfortable shoes that last forever. I'm far too lazy to shave. I don't even trim/keep my hair up any. It just goes all over the place.
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Ian Gandertid - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 14:00:11 EST ID:5ZYniE18 No.60595 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Can't stand the vanity of some people - instagram users who share multiple pictures of themselves with captions. No matter how great looking you are, what is the purpose of these daily doses of your face?

Also fashion dudes who run instagrams dedicated to their latest purchases, only to watch as they live out the life of a totally blind sheep buying whatever they've been told is the next hot item with a bank balance big enough to pull it off. All the while being validated by hundreds, sometimes thousands of people who look at these purchases and see a life they too wish to lead...
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Hannah Fazzleman - Thu, 10 Dec 2015 05:15:57 EST ID:huExAtlD No.60607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60594
this post is fucking hilarious
thank you
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Cyril Sindletudge - Sat, 09 Jan 2016 17:46:40 EST ID:gxjBIh+q No.60648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Man, I wish I could grow a beard. I have to shave every day but it's just stubble patchy bullshit that never gets anywhere. And I'm 23. My grandpa who I look exactly like died in his 80s and could never grow more than a mustache. Fuck.
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Oliver Nebbershaw - Sat, 09 Jan 2016 18:14:13 EST ID:7N00ezgg No.60649 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60426
I would agree, but people place Volcom and DC stickers on their cars.


Need shirts like this by Graham Shittingfield - Sat, 09 Jan 2016 16:10:31 EST ID:Kg5BlPUH No.60646 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looking for some nice button up shirts like this. Nice simple style but not too business, backpacking or douchey style. Not too many pockets or anything, just a nice looking shirt that can be worn casually.

Everything at target looks like crap, went to macys and most the shirts have this ugly dad style, can't find anything good on amazon :(

Andy Stott is always dressed so well, would love to find some pants that fit like this too. I have some slim fit dockers in the same color but they fit super skinny, I hate them. I have a very similar face/body to andy stott, he just dresses better, love his style though.

I don't want to pay a ton for some designer stuff, I also don't want to buy cheap stuff. Around the $60-$100 price range is good, I am flexible as long as I'm getting a good product.

I live in SF CA
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Cyril Sindletudge - Sat, 09 Jan 2016 17:28:37 EST ID:gxjBIh+q No.60647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Do you have Kohl's where you live? I fucking love Kohl's. They're reasonably nice and have nice styles. I buy a lot of my clothes there.


Trench by Ernest Chessledock - Thu, 17 Dec 2015 00:21:04 EST ID:/ifws0WQ No.60613 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey every one I need help finding a simaler trench coat. The pic is of David Beckham's son and I have to have one.any help would be much appreciated
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Albert Turveydale - Fri, 25 Dec 2015 14:03:27 EST ID:LMLmy2av No.60630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60613
Most probably a Burberry trench coat.

You cant afford it.
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David Fuggletad - Fri, 01 Jan 2016 05:04:43 EST ID:3LTlBKHJ No.60634 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60614
>and not his son
says the guy with multiple pictures of the kid on his HDD
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Phineas Bagglelock - Mon, 04 Jan 2016 05:06:22 EST ID:BXq/mHh2 No.60642 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Good luck with that Op that is a burberry coat probably $1000 or more
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Isabella Crandlestock - Mon, 04 Jan 2016 10:38:52 EST ID:RTJOplVP No.60643 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Here op go check these out
http://eu.riverisland.com/men/coats-jackets/macs-trench-coats/_/N-8em
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Shit Blatherson - Wed, 06 Jan 2016 16:10:25 EST ID:n0+NJSq2 No.60644 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>2500 for a Burberry Coat.


Justin Bieber stealing my shit by Nell Deckleforth - Tue, 22 Dec 2015 12:18:12 EST ID:ZibHFQk6 No.60621 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ever since I've known who JB was, I've been getting hairstyles that he would match a handful of months after I got mine did.
This has been going on for like 5 years.

What does this mean guys?
Do I have the mind of a big media conglomerate roundtable or what? Should I go bald and see if he follows?
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Clara Babbleford - Tue, 22 Dec 2015 13:16:50 EST ID:+qw0gBuo No.60622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60621
It means you have good hair I guess.
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Hamilton Pettingville - Wed, 23 Dec 2015 00:39:38 EST ID:fFFEchcd No.60623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
shave the front of your head
die the back pink
write FAGGO on your forehead in permanent marker
lol when you see bieber 4 months later
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David Fuggletad - Fri, 01 Jan 2016 05:08:47 EST ID:3LTlBKHJ No.60635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60621
corporate brainwashing has strengthened.
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Hannah Pockman - Sun, 03 Jan 2016 09:59:22 EST ID:Ps9s3kS7 No.60638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
have you considered you're both getting what's popular at the time


Men in tights by Walter Demmletit - Mon, 16 Nov 2015 19:34:10 EST ID:XsNZs+e7 No.60559 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Holy shit how have I gone this long without knowing how cozy and pragmatic tights are? I prefer them to pajama pants now for chilling out around the house. I fucking hate that I can't wear them in public because it's not socially acceptable. My bulge isn't THAT big. If you're a nudist like me, these are actually a pretty good way to go in the winter.

>warm
>not baggy
>easy to layer
>makes you feel like a ninja

Tights are tight, yo.
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Sidney Blollywot - Tue, 01 Dec 2015 01:53:58 EST ID:elVGg/35 No.60577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60559
leggings are not warm

most clothing creates warmth by creating dead air pockets
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Cedric Gasslefuck - Tue, 01 Dec 2015 03:10:33 EST ID:/WZn0MdT No.60578 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60577
You're supposed to wear them under your trousers. They're not that warm on their own, but they're amazing at retaining heat if you wear something over them.
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Edward Gepperstock - Fri, 18 Dec 2015 12:39:25 EST ID:j6EyMlL2 No.60619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60577

The point is that they keep the cold air from directly touching you skin.

And yup, discovered leggings two winters ago, never looking back.
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Hamilton Pettingville - Wed, 23 Dec 2015 00:43:02 EST ID:fFFEchcd No.60624 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>talking about leggings for men like it's something new and revolutionary
>my dad has been wearing skin tight longjohns around the house and under his pants when out every winter for as long as I can remember
>ain't nothing revolutionary about my hairy dad walking around in skin tight, ass outlining tights and no shirt
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Barnaby Brommergold - Wed, 13 Jan 2016 03:42:01 EST ID:uyPF/cTl No.60655 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60624

>my hairy dad walking around in skin tight, ass outlining tights and no shirt

Do I sense repressed sexual feelings?


Riding boots by Graham Guzzledork - Fri, 04 Dec 2015 10:48:12 EST ID:UKYwlMrN No.60582 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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tl;dr
YEARS ago I rode horses but have since moved to the suburbs. Found my old boots in the closet while cleaning. Would they be acceptable to wear ever or do I get rid of them?

I tried them on with some jeans and it looked pretty good IMO but then again they might be the 'fedora of mens shoes' so I gotta ask.

I guess they would be good to wear to a place where you want to look nice but not suit fancy?

Pic is very similar boots
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Caroline Snodgold - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 09:49:33 EST ID:UKYwlMrN No.60591 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bump?

I mean come on. Lets say I was just going out for a day on the town wanted to look good. Should I wear them with my jeans or whatever?
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Sidney Hallerham - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 11:19:58 EST ID:Ye9lY2kk No.60592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think they're absolutely fine to wear. Assuming the rest of your outfit is simple casual stuff and you yourself are decent looking.
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Rebecca Bobblehood - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 15:51:03 EST ID:kua9OQxi No.60596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You'd look like a hick or a gay cowboy or a peckerwood or a honkey or a cracker or maybe all of those combined

DON'T

Next you're gonna tell me that the jeans were those classic cowboy jeans?
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George Chivingfet - Wed, 09 Dec 2015 04:21:43 EST ID:UKYwlMrN No.60598 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60596
W-What if I want to look like a gay cowboy?
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Molly Crattingfoot - Wed, 09 Dec 2015 19:09:04 EST ID:kua9OQxi No.60603 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>60598


Air Max by Doris Foddlehet - Sat, 05 Dec 2015 12:19:55 EST ID:KuKUju83 No.60588 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Nike Air Max are really the only shoes I buy. I don't have a dress code at work so I go casual as fuck.

>Any other shoes that I should buy instead of pic related.
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Thomas Demmerridge - Sat, 05 Dec 2015 12:27:11 EST ID:kua9OQxi No.60589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There's already a sneaker thread check it out, but sure. I don't really like air max because where I live the only people who wear them are of low class and economic standing.
You could get into basketball sneakers, they're nice.
I would recommend for every grown man some boots and semi-formal shoes, so basically brown leather footwear of a reputable design/brand.


Winter Fashion/Board Culture by Barnaby Peffingdine - Mon, 23 Nov 2015 05:05:41 EST ID:pdVtMFeq No.60566 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys I'm going on a snow trip to japan and am looking for some inspiration for some new threads to wear over there. Post whatever fashion you like in here but extra points for board culture stuff.
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Frederick Nocklebury - Wed, 25 Nov 2015 16:56:15 EST ID:ihBXI9zh No.60571 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Say no more OP, I got you.

Wear this, it's sure do get you all da ladies.
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Eliza Supperpudge - Thu, 03 Dec 2015 02:41:00 EST ID:pdVtMFeq No.60580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>60571

Great zinger fam, this is the kind of thing I am talking about it. You don't need to shitpost just cause you dislike the style.


Cleaning Leather Jackets by ShitFuck McGee - Fri, 11 Sep 2015 23:56:50 EST ID:PsCKu2yt No.60419 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I got this studded jacket ive been working on for a while but i wore it while it was raining recently with a sweater that just soaked up a bunch of rain. Anyways returning home pretty burnt out i didnt think of how god awful itd fucking smell the next day from being soaked on the inside. Now I got a moldy ass smelling jacket and idk how im gonna make it not smell like a moldy ass fucking jacket. Any ideas on how to get rid of this terrible fucking smell?

TLDR: How do i get rid of bad smells in a jacket??
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Betsy Mammerseck - Sat, 12 Sep 2015 15:56:59 EST ID:V7N3Ab3j No.60423 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Put it in a freezer overnight.
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Hugh Grimdock - Tue, 15 Sep 2015 03:46:45 EST ID:PYMEJotb No.60442 Ignore Report Quick Reply
dry cleaners or what betsy said
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Fucking Wongerman - Tue, 15 Sep 2015 23:28:30 EST ID:SMmcc+um No.60444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
LOOK PUNK
SMELL PUNK
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Shit Firrystuck - Sat, 14 Nov 2015 07:14:07 EST ID:Trlbm1G5 No.60555 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>60419 bro from one punk to another shoe polish or tea tree oil. But if it were me up the crust bro. Fuck washing it. Mine still has dried hep c blood on it from the pit.
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Reuben Sunderford - Sat, 14 Nov 2015 07:15:39 EST ID:3J4ZE8Ok No.60556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh yeah forgot to mention cut the lining out if u haven't already especially if it got drenched


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