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Discussion in 'Dumaguete City' started by grandpainak, Jun 24, 2019.

  1. grandpainak

    grandpainak DI Senior Member Showcase Reviewer Veteran Army

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    Just cannot hold it in any longer. "This STILE" of raggedy a$$ jeans and baby $hit brown hair. I married Maria 33 years ago she had coal black hair and dark skin. Never wore "raggedy a$$ jeans". I would and never did let her wear such degrading clothing. Every time I see a filipina wearing "raggedy a$$ jeans" I can't help but think she is either POOR or her man dose not care or give a $hit how his woman looks. Is he that friggen poor that she has to wear "raggedy a$$ jeans"?
    About a year ago Maria started coloring her hair a dark brown. I let her know that I married a filipina with coal black hair and dark skin and that is the way I liked her. With coal black hair and dark skin and dressed like a LADY!
    I almost forgot; White skin. If I wanted to marry a WHITE woman I sure would not fly half way around the world to marry a Filipina. There were lots of WHITE women in Alaska to chose from.
    So what do you think of this "NEW STILE"?
    "NEW STILE" MY A$$, I CALL IT "JOE $HIT THE RAG MAN STILE".
     
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    I tease my daughter about going to the Goodwill to get her jeans with holes for a lot cheaper than the premium paid to pay someone to make them look like that. Doesn't really bother me and I find it being worn by younger woman in casual settings. It seems to me, in the big scheme of things this and brown hair color are not that big of a deal. Now blue or purple hair might be a different deal. We all have different tolerances for this type of stuff. Other examples, include tattoos and piercings. I've heard people say when I married you, you were skinny, now your fat. The question becomes should one partner live to satisfy the other or should one partner accept their other partners choices because a person is so much more than what you see.
     
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  3. Rye83

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    Showing your age, old man.

    Torn/faded/factory distressed/stone washed jeans have been popular on and off since at least the 1970s or even earlier. It isn't a "new" fashion, just a recycled one from your (or your children's) generation. It isn't hurting anyone, let them be young and feel like they are doing someone "unique and original".

    Also, I buy pre-faded/stone washed jeans (preferably made out of this new elastic/stretchy denim) myself because I hate how the stiffness of new denim feels. No holes in them though, I put those in it myself. I have to admit, I did buy genes with holes in the knees back in the 90s and early 2000s when I was in high school. My dad absolutely hated them...which made me like them that much more, along with my spiked hair.

    The fastest way for something to go out of fashion with teenagers is for old farts to start liking it.
     
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    I have always picked my fights....clothing choices are not permanent, and hair color is not permanent, so I just bit my tongue (still do) when my kids do weird things with these. But, tattoos and piercings I am much more vocal about since they are permanent (esp. tattoos). My kids are adults now and I know my opinions don't matter much anymore, but one can always hope they listen anyway.
     
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  5. Glendazumba

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    Filipinas want to be fashionable too---lol
     
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    Maybe thisll help you understand, Jim. you just need soem cheese to go with
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    You want them to quit doing it, start doing it yourself.
     
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    I love that ragged style. I can wear my old Levis and suddenly, I am not punk, I am fashion - that's great :-)
     
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    When I wear jeans/trousers or pants with holes in them, my wife calls me a "Farmer", can't win.
     
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