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Does wearing more than one article of clothing from the same band at the same time make you a dork?  

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  1. 1. Does wearing more than one article of clothing from the same band at the same time make you a dork?

    • yes.
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    • no.
      8
    • i've seen the end and it's plaid.
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i say no. my reasoning is that people get all decked out in like, nike shoes and shirt and hats or whatever and no one thinks they're dorks. at least when you're decked out in band gear, you're promoting something you believe in.

 

unless you believe in korean sweat shops, anyway.

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i only asked because i decided not to wear my matt good toque in conjunction with my WLRRR shirt today for fear of seeming like a dork.

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i have no problems with it, it shows you support all the bands, you like, just like placing multi-band stickers on your car.

 

ie: my oasis sticker, moe. sticker, and others.

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i only asked because i decided not to wear my matt good toque in conjunction with my WLRRR shirt today for fear of seeming like a dork.

i think it's more of a fashion faux pas than looking like a dork. on the same level as white socks with black pants and shoes, short sleeved dress shirts with ties... etc.

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It's okay as long as it's not the exact same style of logo on each one. I foten wear two Matt Good things just because I've got the WLRRR sweatshirt that doesn't scream Matt Good, and all the other ones that I would wear under it either say MG which people don't seem to get, or the Matthew Good isn't clearly visable. So in coclusion, as long as you don't look like the band version of Garth from that scene in Wayne's World, and as long as no one can clearly read the same words on more than one part of your outfit, then you should be okay.

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i think it looks stupid, unless it's like a hoodie and a touque thats not being worn all the time like some people like to do.

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unless you believe in korean sweat shops, anyway.

Radiohead clothing is made in America, I believe. The only piece of band clothing I own is a Radiohead shirt anyway, so it's not a big deal.

 

 

my reasoning is that people get all decked out in like, nike shoes and shirt and hats or whatever and no one thinks they're dorks

 

When people are decked out in brand names like that, I don't think of them as dorks, but maybe materialistic morons. What's wrong with Value Village, dammit?

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What's wrong with Value Village, dammit?

I was in a used clothing shop yesterday and i found the coolest pants ever. They were a checkered plaid with pastel red / yellow / blue, they were so amazing and i cried a little when the waist was like 4 inches too small. Damned girls clothing!!

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unless you believe in korean sweat shops, anyway.

Radiohead clothing is made in America, I believe. The only piece of band clothing I own is a Radiohead shirt anyway, so it's not a big deal.

 

 

my reasoning is that people get all decked out in like, nike shoes and shirt and hats or whatever and no one thinks they're dorks

 

When people are decked out in brand names like that, I don't think of them as dorks, but maybe materialistic morons. What's wrong with Value Village, dammit?

i have 2 pairs of sweet adidas kicks form value villiage. you can be materialistic and save money.

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unless you believe in korean sweat shops, anyway.

Radiohead clothing is made in America, I believe. The only piece of band clothing I own is a Radiohead shirt anyway, so it's not a big deal.

just because it's made in america doesn't mean it's not made in a sweat shop

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I don't own any band attire, it's kind of a shame. But I would think yeah, it is pretty dumb when people overdo it by wearing too many band clothing items at a time.

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unless you believe in korean sweat shops, anyway.

Radiohead clothing is made in America, I believe. The only piece of band clothing I own is a Radiohead shirt anyway, so it's not a big deal.

 

 

my reasoning is that people get all decked out in like, nike shoes and shirt and hats or whatever and no one thinks they're dorks

 

When people are decked out in brand names like that, I don't think of them as dorks, but maybe materialistic morons. What's wrong with Value Village, dammit?

i have 2 pairs of sweet adidas kicks form value villiage. you can be materialistic and save money.

I stand corrected ;) .

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i still love you, derek thorsteinsson.

Edited by Lauren

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All I ever have are band t-shirts so it is pretty much next to impossible for me to wear more than one thing from the same band... but I think it just makes you look like a retard, especially if your 14 or under and it is simple plan or GC merch.

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i have maybe two tshirts that aren't band shirts haha.

Other than pins though, that's about all the band merch i sport.

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... Usher fucking rocks my socks!!

 

Werd! At least I don't listen to fiffy cent!! (Christina!)

 

(it's funny because I don't know a single song by Usher)

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unless you believe in korean sweat shops, anyway.

Radiohead clothing is made in America, I believe. The only piece of band clothing I own is a Radiohead shirt anyway, so it's not a big deal.

just because it's made in america doesn't mean it's not made in a sweat shop

yeah, actually it does, considering there aren't sweat shops in america.

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unless you believe in korean sweat shops, anyway.

Most of the band shirts I have are made by American Apparel, who produced them in L.A. or Montreal and make just about the best shirts ever.

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