why is the bad girl in high school movies always the popular preppy cheerleader why cant we have a movie where the villain is the nerdy girl who thinks shes superior to everyone else because she watches doctor who and drinks tea and is “not like other girls”
yet another piece of vector of yer favorite pone, pearjack.
just to avoid accidentally using offensive language i’m going to start using 90s surfer dude slang because inadvertently offending someone is totally bogus dude
people might not want to be called dude
you are radically right and that is so not tubular my friend i apologise
True story. I called my teacher “dude”in high school and he became offended. He made me look up the origin of the word and read it out loud in front of the class.
Frank Barone is one of my favourite TV characters.
I’d argue it’s quite the opposite, actually. The fedora is on its own a great hat. It is the hat of mobsters and mafiosos. The hat of Indiana Jones and Michael Jackson. Fedoras look great when paired with the correct outfit and there’s nothing inherently bad about their design. They’re just stitched material like any other kind of hat. The impression that fedoras give is one of class, power, and action. If that is the image one wishes to convey (ie, in their heart), then the fedora is a perfect fit.
Worn on most heads, however, the fedora is a sign of poor fashion sense, reflecting an immaturity illustrating one’s status as a man-child, naive of or stubbornly incredulous to the disparity inherent in pairing the hat with an Adventure Time tee shirt and grey sweatpants. It is indicative of the overweight, unshaven, trench coat-and-jeans wearing young adult whose lack of fashion sense is only overshadowed (though perhaps highlighted) by the level of social inability that is more than likely the cause of the aforementioned lack of fashion sense.
More accurately, it is the fedora on the heads of thousands of guys who do not know how to wear it that ruins it for every man who has one in his heart, but is too afraid to rock that awesome cap because all of those neckbeards created a social stigma against the fedora.
As a heads-up, I do not wear fedoras, nor have I ever done so or would I ever do so, unless I seriously wanted to play up my Italian heritage, in which case I would go full mafia with the look.
"Hoot! I see you have read the relief… While it does say the island is but a dream of the Wind Fish, no one is really sure… Just as you cannot know if a chest holds treasure until you open it, so you cannot tell if this is a dream until you awaken…"
It’s that time of year again!