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Why do people feel the need to wear clothing with huge logos on them?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Squidward, Dec 16, 2019.

  1. wazza300

    Caporegime

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    Yeah,ever since top gear wore them for the north pole episode,everyone started wearing them:rolleyes:
     
  2. mrk

    Man of Terrible Jokes

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    You used a comma, you cannot be a chav.
     
  3. SDK^

    Capodecina

    Joined: Oct 18, 2002

    Posts: 18,497

    Luxury Watches are works of art :)
     
  4. NVP

    Soldato

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    Posts: 6,935

    He missed the apostrophe so all cancelled out back to a fellow chav :p
     
  5. Jumper118

    Mobster

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    Location: Leeds

    what do you want me to do, spend 4 weeks de stitching my clothes?
     
  6. NVP

    Soldato

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    As if those logos are stitched on hahaha
     
  7. 200sols

    Mobster

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    Location: Hampshire

    Some are, and some are gaudy. Same as clothes really.
     
  8. morbid42

    Gangster

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    Its funny, a standard jumper 30 quid, but put a trendy large fruit of the loom logo on its and its 200 quid, and all the cool t-bones must wear them.

    On a side note, i bought a baby cloth from china, and a few days later i saw the exact same one, but with a mothercare label on it. Price difference? 8x..
     
  9. uncle_rufus

    Mobster

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    Posts: 4,087

    and yet virtually all of them tell the time just the same
     
  10. jcr

    Wise Guy

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    as likely to be fake as genuine. the real mccoy is way over the top for an English climate.
     
  11. MOOGLEYS

    Capodecina

    Joined: Dec 24, 2004

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    Location: Telford

    Kalvin Klein underwear always made me laugh especially when worn out the top of the trousers on show to the world. You are wearing pants with another mans name on why would you want to show that off.....
     
  12. Uther

    Capodecina

    Joined: Jun 16, 2005

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    Less is more when it comes to looking a bit stylish.Large chav like labels are a definite no no.
     
  13. Ocean Breeze

    Hitman

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    Nothing wrong with designer clothes as the fit and quality is superior but I only buy the items that have one very small logo somewhere. Got to keep it classy.
     
  14. MrPotato

    Wise Guy

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    Not always the case.
    People really wealthy will be more likely to wear custom made, rather than designer. Same people who don't feel the need to show labels.
     
  15. Mobius 1

    Capodecina

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    Perfect example are scotch and soda jeans.

    For years I used to struggle buying and wearing burtons own brand jeans. A few years ago it got to a point that they were breaking every few months.

    switched to s&s jeans (think they’re £110 a pair the last time I purchased) and haven’t looked back. Perfect fitting and they last absolutely ages.
     
  16. SexyGreyFox

    Man of Honour

    Joined: Mar 29, 2003

    Posts: 49,746

    This is my clothes hate summed up in a meme.
    I might be sad but when I see somebody wearing a rock t-shirt and I'm 100% sure they just bought it out of Primark I'll ask what their favourite album is and normally get a blank look.



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  17. Junglist

    Mobster

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    Location: Bristol

    Might have to check those out. I seem to destroy jeans in the crotch area. Must have fat thighs! Levis seem to hold up better than most but again, maybe a year or so
     
  18. Mobius 1

    Capodecina

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    I have about 5-6 pairs. And they’ve all lasted 2+ years. So they are built well.

    I’ve not tried Levi’s to compare though !
     
  19. Bear

    Capodecina

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    ‘You can reduce everything down to nothing if it’s not of interest to you. Art to many is a load of pretentious BS. What mature adults usually recognise is that they might not be interested in certain things but see the value it has to others because people have different interests .
     
  20. alexakasloth

    Sgarrista

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    I may have had bad luck, but the last couple of pairs of Levi's I bought did not last particularly long.