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Abercrombie & Fitch
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You know what you say to the world when you wear clothes made by the brand ‘Abercrombie and Fitch’
 
“I have no Imagination and I’m a tool”
 
If you’re a man who own such an article of clothing, to detox your soul you must…
 
1. Look in the mirror.
2. Accept that you’re a boy, not a man, a boy, despite your better judgement.
3. Take out all the cash in your wallet and burn it, yes it’s a waste, but it’s less money that could be spent on ‘Hell’s Fabric’
4. Repeat step 2
5. Burn all your clothes entitled ‘Abercrombie and Fitch’.
   * Note* Do not try to burry it. It will not decompose, mother nature will simply reject it.
 
 

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I like loud music.
But whenever I used to walk past A & F (at my old hometown) I would shudder.
It’s as if they purposely chose crappy drum and bass to go with their product.

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What are you?  13? 

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Don’t really mind “name brand” clothes.  What kills me is that people think some are better than non-name brand.  At the end of the assembly line, different tags are put on some of them.  I doubt A F is of superior quality.

Eat the food, use the wrong verbs, and end up getting charged double.

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Don’t really mind “name brand” clothes.  What kills me is that people think some are better than non-name brand.  At the end of the assembly line, different tags are put on some of them. 

Yes. Gap, Banana Republic, and Old Navy come to mind.
I don’t mind “name brand” {read: lifestyle brand} all that much, other than the fact that some little kid in Guatemala might have sewn it in a sweatshop, it costs too much, and I hate most advertising.
For that reason, I do not particularly favor any one brand of clothing over another. I buy what fits and is on sale.
But I do avoid A & F, and not just because I’m old—they’ve always rubbed me the wrong way.

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icbites, this is the first sensible post from you, ever.  It’s all about Hugo Boss, Lacoste, Armani or whatever Massari’s wearin this weak

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Make that ‘week’.
 
Tommy is another brand that comes to mind, Cil.  I used to have some shirts and each one was made in a different country and had a different cut.

Eat the food, use the wrong verbs, and end up getting charged double.

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I seen two old fat tools wearing this garbage the other day. they looked fucking ridiculous.

A&F is clothes designed by dying off AIDS poofters for queer loner types that hang around with fag hags.

Problem with big name brands is globalization has got them, each shirt or jean comes form the four corners
of the globe… not only are the cuts different but the sizes can be screwy.

I’ve got two identical Adidas shirts, real not fake… one was bought here and the other in thailand… the thai L
is much smaller…. they have to cut them funny for different markets… USA L is a XXXL elsewhere because
of all the fatasses!