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#63 - wardylocks (02/06/2013) [-]
I hate it when girls buy band shirts like Rolling Stones, The Beatles and Pink Floyd just because their 'trendy' or 'they liked the logo' but don't know who they are.

That's false personality advertising, you could go and try and make a move on them and they didn't even know that the 'cool mouth with the tongue shirt' was a logo for a band.
User avatar #145 to #63 - alhemicar (02/07/2013) [-]
hand on heart, I'm pretty sure none of them give a **** about your opinion.
just saying
#116 to #63 - sphinxe (02/07/2013) [-]
I bought a Beatles top because it was on sale.   
I like their songs, especially 'With a Little Help From My Friends' but the Beatles aren't my favourite.   
False personality or am I safe?
I bought a Beatles top because it was on sale.

I like their songs, especially 'With a Little Help From My Friends' but the Beatles aren't my favourite.

False personality or am I safe?
User avatar #118 to #116 - wardylocks (02/07/2013) [-]
I think your safe x3

aw look at that kitty omfg
User avatar #119 to #118 - sphinxe (02/07/2013) [-]
I agree though. :3
#81 to #63 - roytmustang (02/07/2013) [-]
I completely agree.

See some girl wear a Metallica tee, "Oh, you like Metallica? '..And Justice for All' is one of my favorite albums!" ... "Umm, what?"

Then my jimmies get rustled...
#75 to #63 - bigrog (02/07/2013) [-]
Why the **** do you care, whats wrong with buying something because you like the way it looks, it some chick is wearing a rolling stones tshirt because she liked the way it looked how does that possibly affect you.
User avatar #79 to #75 - wardylocks (02/07/2013) [-]
Besides, if you did like the logo and buy the shirt, at-least go ahead and look up the band instead of going around wearing it without any indication that you don't know who they are.
User avatar #76 to #75 - wardylocks (02/07/2013) [-]
I just.. explained that?
#78 to #76 - bigrog (02/07/2013) [-]
if your "making a movie" failed thats your problem not theres. It makes it harder to hit on them it not a legitamate reason. When buying clothes ones objective shouldnt be i hope this gets me hit on, it should do i like this. Other people do not and should not cater to your personal needs. Once again your problem, not theres.
User avatar #83 to #78 - wardylocks (02/07/2013) [-]
I was just using it as an example, I didn't mean it as in actually being chatted up. But starting a conversation usually goes pretty well if you recognize something their wearing/holding e.g. I wore a TMNT shirt to the first day of University to start conversation.
#93 to #83 - bigrog (02/07/2013) [-]
While i see your what you mean, my point still stands, people should be able to where was they like. If some random girl puts on a shirt and knows nothing about whats on the shirt thats her business, not yours. Nothing someone wears should have any affect on your life, and if it does, more than likely you allowed it to have an affect on your life. And if them just saying no, i just like the shirt completely derails your ability to hold a conversation and create relationships than theres something wrong with you not them. And while it is a little annoying to have someone say that they dont know anything about it, whats even more annoying is anytime i where a shirt with any kind of logo some popping up and going Do you even read that, or Do you even listen to them, or Do even even watch them.
User avatar #99 to #93 - wardylocks (02/07/2013) [-]
I think you got the total wrong end of the stick man, but whatever. Have a nice night.
User avatar #98 to #93 - thatguywhohasbacon ONLINE (02/07/2013) [-]
The problem is that if too many people start wearing a symbol, not knowing what it is then the symbols meaning gets diluted.
#105 to #98 - bigrog (02/07/2013) [-]
How does it get diluted. A **** load of people where the rolling stones tshirts. Do the giants lips suddenly not mean the rolling stones or somehow mean the rolling stones less than before, cause when i see that logo i still think rolling stones. People have the right to wear what the hell they want how the hell they want. If you have a problem with it thats perfectly fine, but at least admit its your problem, not theres and not bitch about it
User avatar #111 to #105 - thatguywhohasbacon ONLINE (02/07/2013) [-]
It dilutes the symbol in the eyes of the public, while you may not see it any different you get people that have no idea what the symbol means and then they start t associate it with something else, it dilutes the fan base of whatever the symbol represents. It's like flying a nazi flag in your home because it "looks cool", the nazi flag affects people's opinion of you whether you like it or not, you misrepresent yourself.
#114 to #111 - bigrog (02/07/2013) [-]
Who cares how others view it, when i wear a shirt shirt with a band name i do it because i support the band and am a fan, People who arent already fans of the band probely already dont know what it means so what difference does it make
User avatar #120 to #114 - thatguywhohasbacon ONLINE (02/07/2013) [-]
If you don't encourage the behavior it will eventually cease, if you let them walk around wearing those outfits then you might as well be saying hey good job destroying what it means to be *insert fanbase here* that's a really good thing to do.
#125 to #120 - bigrog (02/07/2013) [-]
ITS THERE RIGHT TO WHERE WHAT THEY WANT STALIN. and it doesnt destroy any fanbases. people could wear whatever shirt they want and i can still go that that bands concerts and we'd all be going strong because WHAT OTHER PEOPLE WEAR SHOULDNT EFFECT US. If you have a problem with what they wear then its your problem. And hows that whole not encouraging it thing going, still see alot of rolling stones shirts on girls who couldnt name a single one of there songs
User avatar #134 to #125 - thatguywhohasbacon ONLINE (02/07/2013) [-]
And how many people actually scold those girls for wearing those shirts? Nobody? holy **** , that sounds a whole lot like... encouraging them! And while you can't stop somebody from wearing something you shouldn't make it okay. It manifests itself as a problem the same way that whenever someone does something bad people blame video games because the person played call of duty. How would you like it if the world started blaming the rolling stones for a massacre because the random guy who did it was wearing a rolling stones shirt?
#141 to #134 - bigrog (02/07/2013) [-]
Bullcrap. At the end of the day, who makes you the authority on what people can where. Has Tim Gunn's ideas really become popular enough that they officialy created the fashion police and i just didn't get the memo. Its none of your business what people wear. By your logic we should give **** to anyone who wears vans and dont skate, anyone who has a cross on there clothing or jewary and isnt christain, and anyone who wears a polo and doesnt actually play polo. Get over yourself, you have no right to say what people can and cant wear. And if you give people **** about what they wear when it doesnt concern you then your not making a difference, your just a rude dickhead whose parents obviosley didnt raise them right, Live and let live dickhead. And as for the shooting thing, stupid people will always try to make stupid connections.
User avatar #144 to #141 - thatguywhohasbacon ONLINE (02/07/2013) [-]
You just put up a great example, how many people do you see wearing polo's everyday? How often do you look at a person wearing one and think "man, they must play polo!"? A group losing their identity is almost always a bad thing, and there are very limited cases where that is a good thing. And I don't give random people **** about what they wear but if they start to show it off then I start scolding. You have the right to wear what you like but I have the right to give you **** about it if I don't like you wearing it, so don't go on about people's rights if you want to say I can't have mine.
#149 to #144 - bigrog (02/07/2013) [-]
I never said you couldnt, i said you were a petty dick whos parents raised you wrong and you need to shut the hell up and let people live and let live, hence my freedom of speech. And what gives you the right to scold anyone. What authority are you. And who cares if the identity is lost. If your wearing the shirt to try to seperate yourself and be part of some snobby elitist group and not to simply support the whatever than your not wearing it for the right reason. Tell me this, assuming you wear tennis shoes do i get to give you **** for not playing tennis.
User avatar #163 to #149 - thatguywhohasbacon ONLINE (02/07/2013) [-]
Tennis shoes aren't a symbol of tennis, they're a tool. If I wore a bioshock shirt without knowing what bioshock was then you could scold me.
>And what gives you the Right to scold anyone
I don't know, maybe my freedom of speech? Or maybe the same rights you're saying that I hate and want gone?
And I don't wear something to be part of some elitist group, I wear it to support the group and show people that I like said group.
Also I have the same authority to tell people what they can and can't wear as you have to tell me I'm a dick and insult the way my parents raised me.
Me and you are making the same argument on different sides of the fence, I think people should stop wearing **** they don't know anything about and you think people shouldn't express their opinion of whether or not the person should wear it, pretty much we are both arguing against freedom of expression, the only difference is you're defending teenage girls who think "It's my body, I can do whatever I want with it!" ad then get pregnant at 15 and going against the fanbases and organized groups who criticize them, While I'm defending fanbases and organized groups who don't want to be associated with those teenage girls.
#171 to #163 - bigrog (02/07/2013) [-]
No your going around and telling people to be nazis, while im sick of everytime i wear a shirt with a logo on it some condescending dick Saying "do you even listen to them" and having to defend everything i wear to obnoxious dicks. And way to go the slippery slope with the whole getting pregnant thing, cause im sure every girl ever who wears a shirt that they dont know about is a raging whore, that wasnt at all a stretch. And no, your arguing censorship. And i have yet to see this so called diminished fanbase. I see alot of people wearing acdc shirts and they dont know **** about the band but i saw them live a few years back and the fanbase that you claim has been diminished still seems to be going pretty damn strong
User avatar #186 to #171 - thatguywhohasbacon ONLINE (02/07/2013) [-]
First of all I never said diminishing just the meaning of it diminishes.
Second, I'm not telling you to be a nazi I'm telling you to fight for your group, to express you dislike of a person mis-representing themselves.
Third, the getting pregnant thing, while an exaggeration, does make up of the same personality of anyone I wouldn't want myself associated with.
Fourth, Those obnoxious dicks probably genuinely enjoy something and feel the same way I do, they are losing that symbol as a way to represent their group.
Some people are genuine dicks, but if you show off the shirt not knowing what it is then they have the right to approach you about it.
I don't care if you wear an ACDC shirt if you at least know who the **** ACDC is, it gets me mad when some idiot who knows nothing about something tries to wear a symbol that represents it.
Fifth: Stating an opinion isn't censorship, you telling me I can't state my opinion is censorship, so who's arguing censorship again? You're the one arguing censorship, I'm not saying idiots can't wear them but if you don't like it then say something, you're saying if I don't like it I should keep it to myself, I should CENSOR myself.
Lastly: If those idiot teenage girls didn't wear that shirt then you wouldn't have to prove you knew something about ACDC.
#232 to #186 - bigrog (02/07/2013) [-]
Dickheads like you make it very easy to have a **** life, though as long as i can keep my head up, stay positive, and tell you people to shut the **** up and break your nazi nose if you dont i think ill be just fine
User avatar #238 to #232 - thatguywhohasbacon ONLINE (02/07/2013) [-]
Go ahead and tell me to shut the **** up, not to voice my opinions, it only makes you more of a hypocrite. You keep calling me a Nazi for voicing an opinion, again, you're a hypocrite. And again, the violence, what does it solve? It solves the guy in your face but it also causes the problem of being in prison, which is worse than that guy in your face because then you get beaten for wearing the same shirt that the guy got in your face over.
#221 to #186 - bigrog (02/07/2013) [-]
so not being a dick to you is making an accomodation. And whether youd like to admit it or not violence often does solve things, it definetly would have got them out of my face. I didnt do it because i try to be a good person, though had i resorted to it, it definetely would have solved my problem. And that same reason logic of your is ******** , i shouldnt have to deal with them. And if you like a shirt you should be able to show it off, as long as you dont lie and say know about them then there is no issue
#242 to #221 - bigrog (02/07/2013) [-]
We keep going over this, never said you couldnt express your opinions, just said they were wrong, Please refer back to, dickhead with bad parents comment. I put you in the same catagory id put a hate group, Say whatever you want too and ill defend your right to say, but ill also tell you that your wrong, no one gives a **** what you think, and to shut the **** up. And if you get up in my face that gives me a right to remove from there. Dont start what you cant finish. Dont tug on supermans cape. And dont go gving someone you dont know **** unless you willing to possibly get the **** beat out of you for it. If your stupid enough to go start something with someone you dont know over a shirt then you deserve what you get.
User avatar #229 to #221 - thatguywhohasbacon ONLINE (02/07/2013) [-]
Violence solves some problems but it causes more than it's worth, are assault charges necessary when walking away would have done the same job? And changing my personality (I'm very vocal about my opinions) is accommodating them, if that isn't then nothing is. And the problem is that most people show it off with some indication that they know what it is even when they don't. I'm done arguing, goodnight, I hope you have a **** life.
#223 to #221 - bigrog (02/07/2013) [-]
all like to point out you started the argument, dont start what you cant finish
#211 to #186 - bigrog (02/07/2013) [-]
First off thats why i said lucky, not did take a swing at them. And how does leaving them alone force you to accommodate them. Live and let live is a simple concept where no one has to accommodate to anyone. Unless they are wearing a shirt with your picture that says **** this guy immperticular that what someone wears does no affect you. And do you know how you solve the problem, to ******* deal with it because its not everyone elses problem, its yours and a minority of other dicks like you. These Girls did nothing wrong. All they did was buy a shirt for the reason you are suppose to buy a shirt, BECAUSE YOU LIKE IT. When buying clothes one should not be thinking, oh god i hope this doesnt annoy anyone. People should buy clothes based on if they like them, not if your ok with it. IF YOU LIKE IT BUY IT. plain and simple. And i love your, Anyone who buys a shirt and doesnt know what it mean it probably a My body my rules person cause no one else besides those kinds of people buy shirts and not know the meaning. And you never answered my question. why should i have to put up with people trying to make me defend what im wearing. To my knowedge the fashion police division has yet to be created.
User avatar #214 to #211 - thatguywhohasbacon ONLINE (02/07/2013) [-]
You have to put up with them for the same reason you can wear that shirt. And being quiet would involve me changing from vocalizing my opinion to keeping it to myself to accommodation them. And I specifically talked about girls who show it off, not girls who just wear it. And you thought of violence which means at one point you thought it would solve something. I'm done talking to you, I think I've started to grow cancerous tumors.
#204 to #186 - bigrog (02/07/2013) [-]
No, im not saying you shouldnt be allowed to, please refer back to my dick whose parents raised him horribley comment. And while im at it let me ad stereotyping know it all **** head. Saying they "tend to fall into that group" is bullcrap. Please explain how wearing a rolling stones shirt and not being a fan somehow makes you more likely to be whore. And as for the dicks asking me about what i wear, why the hell should i take that **** from them or have to defend myself to them. Those dicks are lucky i didnt take a swing at them. And i would also like to point out the "anyone girl who wears a shirt and doesnt know the meaning is an idiot" comment. Good job there, no problem with that logic. And it all comes back to my point that all the **** you listed is your problem and no one elses. That means it is your job to handle it, not force other people to change to accomadate it. I might not like what these girls are doing but ill die defending there rights to do it.
User avatar #207 to #204 - thatguywhohasbacon ONLINE (02/07/2013) [-]
You're forcing me to change to accommodate those girls rights.
>Those dicks are lucky I don't take a swing at them
You really shouldn't be arguing logic while thinking violence would solve anything.
And it doesn't make you more likely to be a whore, but the annoying personality of "It's my body I can do what I want!" is REALLY annoying and people who show off their shirts are usually those people from what I encountered, and those people are more likely to be a whore.
And yes, I'ts my problem but the problem doesn't get solved until enough people do something about it.
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