1. rich2diefor:

Saw this well-dressed guy the other day.
Picture taken by Richard

Let’s hope homeboy doesn’t take that thing off his neck and code red somebody.  

    rich2diefor:

    Saw this well-dressed guy the other day.

    Picture taken by Richard

    Let’s hope homeboy doesn’t take that thing off his neck and code red somebody.  

    (via downatfirststreet-deactivated20)

  2. Sometimes the English language presents an injustice to its speakers.  I am looking for a word that conveys an extremely foreign, uncomfortable feeling with which I am overcome having looked at this picture.  In a phrase, that would be “shocking, in a pejorative sense, resulting in feeling both uneasy and completely disappointed with humanity at the same time.”  Words like “horrified” and “appalled” do not exactly convey this message.  With pictures like this floating around the internet—collar gaps, putrid color combinations and tie knots so dull they make the thought of watching professional darts on ESPN sound interesting—the English language needs to evolve, and fast.

    Sometimes the English language presents an injustice to its speakers.  I am looking for a word that conveys an extremely foreign, uncomfortable feeling with which I am overcome having looked at this picture.  In a phrase, that would be “shocking, in a pejorative sense, resulting in feeling both uneasy and completely disappointed with humanity at the same time.”  Words like “horrified” and “appalled” do not exactly convey this message.  With pictures like this floating around the internet—collar gaps, putrid color combinations and tie knots so dull they make the thought of watching professional darts on ESPN sound interesting—the English language needs to evolve, and fast.

    (via handsomegents)

  3. Matching your pocket square identically to your tie is dull and amateurish.  If given the opportunity to order two sides at a restaurant, would you go in on a double stack of salads?  If you answered this question in the affirmative, you have no imagination and need to live a little; that is, unless you have a roughage deficiency.  Then, I feel for you, homie.  
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    Matching your pocket square identically to your tie is dull and amateurish.  If given the opportunity to order two sides at a restaurant, would you go in on a double stack of salads?  If you answered this question in the affirmative, you have no imagination and need to live a little; that is, unless you have a roughage deficiency.  Then, I feel for you, homie.  

    (via tiredtexaseyes)

  4. fusionkelvar:

large necktie

A bow tie befitting for none other than the Jew Hunter himself, Colonel Hans Landa.  Never trust a man with a neurotic love for dairy products and proclivity for self-aggrandizement.  

    fusionkelvar:

    large necktie

    A bow tie befitting for none other than the Jew Hunter himself, Colonel Hans Landa.  Never trust a man with a neurotic love for dairy products and proclivity for self-aggrandizement.  

  5. DEM SLEEVES!  DEM PANTS!  
Samwise Gamgee over here needs to invest in a tailor.  I know hobbits don’t usually wear suits, but this is day one shit, bro.  And what is up with those lapels?  Is that some sort of snake skin piping?  Shit looks like the detailing on Georgetown’s 1997 basketball jerseys.  

    DEM SLEEVES!  DEM PANTS!  

    Samwise Gamgee over here needs to invest in a tailor.  I know hobbits don’t usually wear suits, but this is day one shit, bro.  And what is up with those lapels?  Is that some sort of snake skin piping?  Shit looks like the detailing on Georgetown’s 1997 basketball jerseys.  

    (Source: hxd1900)

  6. Remember that scene in Pauly Shore’s classic film Jury Duty where Dick Vitale is freaking out, rambling on and on, faster and faster, like the dude from the Micro Machines commercials, about something not even hardcore college basketball junkies care about to the point where his head explodes?  
Well, when someone engages me in a conversation about madras on madras I come dangerously close to reenacting that scene.
And that sport coat looks like a 3/2 roll that’s been pressed incorrectly so shame on that herb for buttoning the top button.  If it indeed is not a 3/2 roll, well then homie’s still a herb for purchasing a 3 button coat.
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    Remember that scene in Pauly Shore’s classic film Jury Duty where Dick Vitale is freaking out, rambling on and on, faster and faster, like the dude from the Micro Machines commercials, about something not even hardcore college basketball junkies care about to the point where his head explodes?  

    Well, when someone engages me in a conversation about madras on madras I come dangerously close to reenacting that scene.

    And that sport coat looks like a 3/2 roll that’s been pressed incorrectly so shame on that herb for buttoning the top button.  If it indeed is not a 3/2 roll, well then homie’s still a herb for purchasing a 3 button coat.

    (Source: stephen-charles-luo)