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These i wanted. Looking at them now they are mad butters

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2 hours ago, Grafter said:

These i wanted. Looking at them now they are mad butters

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these are so you mate 

very hermephroditish 

 

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3 hours ago, Grafter said:

Nuts I went to a school full of actually rich people and we never had anything like this. Everyone more or less had the same stuff. The only stand out things were the GAP hoodies and miss sixty jeans lmao.

 

Idiots like @Afroman can’t comprehend different reasons why people would do this. 

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46 minutes ago, ag. said:

Idiots like @Afroman can’t comprehend different reasons why people would do this. 

You lost me there buddy

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1 hour ago, ag. said:

Idiots like @Afroman can’t comprehend different reasons why people would do this. 

😂 Triggered

Picking up used worn off airmax's t with the sole looking like Bobby trim back in the day to stay in trend 

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My brudda na wahala be that, life played you...

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10 hours ago, NORA BATTY said:

I never had to wear a school unifom but the pressure was real

Can u remember sharing clothes to stay fashionable

 

It’s still the same but but more extreme!! 

Id  hate to be coming of age in this generation.

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4 hours ago, Grafter said:

These i wanted. Looking at them now they are mad butters

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I had some mid top kickers!! Bloody hell the attention I got for days . Even from the cool kids 😂 : 90s were unique.

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Poor people tend to wear their success so makes perfect sense why the rich people dressed a certain way. Where the poor are branded out. 

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6 hours ago, Grafter said:

These i wanted. Looking at them now they are mad butters

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naaaaa they arent actually

 

can see sexy shioreditch tings in those

 

just like the boot heels tings like to wear

 

sooo sexy

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My mum stopped spending on me at year 11. I was spoiled before that.

Shit was so confusing to me, was meant to be when I was at my peak.

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Agreed year 10 to year 11 was the time I had to start paying for my kicks and tracksuits from jd because Mumzie said I was old enough to go buy them myself 

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4 hours ago, Afroman said:

😂 Triggered

Picking up used worn off airmax's t with the sole looking like Bobby trim back in the day to stay in trend 

bobby-brown-bobby-brown-24129412-400-550

 

My brudda na wahala be that, life played you...

Wasn’t triggered by fuck all you mong 

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Good idea  

 

but why is this ag acting like wearing second hand shoes isn’t a big deal ffs

 

 

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23 minutes ago, MGEEZ said:

Good idea  

 

but why is this ag acting like wearing second hand shoes isn’t a big deal ffs

 

 

I used to be as indoctrinated as you Mgeezy, when I was at secondary school surrounded by council estate ppldem. I stopped caring about that stuff when I got older and came around different circles. If there werent a lot of people copping used shoes would apps like Depop be as popular as they are? 

 

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Mate don’t care how u wanna look at it

 

not saying u have to lust for material things but there has to be a line and wearing second hand clothes (especially shoes) has to be one of them unless u are in extreme poverty 

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There's health reasons too. You're much better off posture wise, foot health wise to buy a pair of cheap trainers. Sports direct would see u right. No excuse

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@MGEEZ you think that way because you are small minded and have had limited life experience... I know some kids who wear charity shop clothes regularly but their parents are millionaires. I am past the Depop/Ebay phase but if u think its down to ‘extreme poverty’ ur just thick. 

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Just now, Grafter said:

There's health reasons too. You're much better off posture wise, foot health wise to buy a pair of cheap trainers. Sports direct would see u right. No excuse

Pipe down you dry p*ssy eediat woman. 😀 

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30 minutes ago, ag. said:

@MGEEZ you think that way because you are small minded and have had limited life experience... I know some kids who wear charity shop clothes regularly but their parents are millionaires. I am past the Depop/Ebay phase but if u think its down to ‘extreme poverty’ ur just thick. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, ag. said:

Pipe down you dry p*ssy eediat woman. 😀 

I'll take a dry p*ssy over a nex mans swarty shoes

Cheers now

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22 minutes ago, Heero Yuy said:

 

 

 

he aint lying tho 

maybe not millioanires but very well off

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