26 thoughts on “Do you own as many clothes as this?

  1. Anonymous says:

    These are just his tops btw.

    The guy describes himself as middle class and a 9to5 wagie.
    So i want to know if this is considered average. Or american average even?

    • Anonymous says:

      >donuts for breakfast
      >chili’s for lunch
      >probably ate something at the company picnic
      >goes through popeyes drive-through instead of eating in
      >doesn’t even heck jayla foxx in the back of popeyes
      it’s so over bros

    • Anonymous says:

      Do wagies really? God that was hecking depressing hes going to age like shit if he keeps eating like that every day

    • Anonymous says:

      I have a lot (not as much as that dude) but I keep a tight rotation. Everything but tees and shoes is limited to 5-6 items per season and I periodically rotate things in and out of storage

      But my office dress code is non-existent so I wear the same shit to work as I do out and about or lounging at home

      i want to know if this is considered average. Or american average even?
      That lifestyle? Sort of. It seems hellish cause he’s depressed but if you’ve got a good mindset, people who love you, and things you’re passionate about outside of work it’s not half bad

    • Anonymous says:

      >hp laptop
      >insurance call center cubicle
      >hunt and peck
      >company picnic
      >jeep vehicle
      >plastic tee shirt
      >no wife

      Is this an npcs final form?

      • Anonymous says:

        he has a wife or gf he just doesnt show her because this is ragebait
        its tiktok anon, its hecking stupid, dont think about it

    • Anonymous says:

      i’m middle class and work in trades too. the amount of money i have in clothes is probably absurd but its been slowly accumulated over time. the amount people who buy fast fashion and throw their clothes away every fashion cycle spend per year on clothes is about the same as me whenever i ask normies about it actually. only difference is i still have the stuff i spent money on 20yrs later and it still looks nice.

    • Anonymous says:

      >stable job that seems to give him a lot of downtime
      >dog and mom that love him
      >has a house and a car

      >no wife
      >terrible eating habits

      This guy is in a better position than 90 percent of the people on this board. If he started learning how to cook he’d have an average but comfy life for the next few decades.

      • Anonymous says:

        he has a wife and a kid on the way.

        Let’s face it, this guy is the face of success in 2024.

        The bar is really low when so many people are living paycheck to paycheck or unemployed and sexless.

  2. Anonymous says:

    what the heck men these days have against using proper shoes? I would undesrtand if he was a primary school teacher (works standing up) but an office wagie? mfers dress head to ankle in formal wear but nooo, a leather shoe is top much

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’ve been meaning to count my tee shirts, I have a lot but I probably only wear like 10 of them. I only have like 10 button up over shirts. I have a lot of pants but only wear like 3 pairs.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I have more than that but my weight has been fluctuating a lot so I have a ton of sizes that I can’t fit in atm. I believed the bulking meme and went from a size 32 pants to a 36. Went from a 42R to a 44R. Sucks. I don’t even have enough hangers so I just have piles of jeans folded on my couch. I 100% regret it and spent about $4K on clothes between 2023-2024.

  5. Anonymous says:

    more. my closet is about 3x the size and i have a dresser filled. and more in storage.
    i’m older than the average poster on here, got into fashion when i was younger than most of you, and i only buy high quality stuff that lasts for many years. clothes were cheaper and higher quality in the past as well. my weight hasn’t changed much through my life so everything still fits. and my style leans heavily towards timeless except the runway designer art piece type stuff i buy more as a piece of art not as actual clothes to wear all the time.
    a lot of the stuff that takes up space is gear. hiking gear. hunting stuff. motorcycle leathers. shit like that. maybe half my closet is fashion.

  6. Anonymous says:

    my average fit is like $3000 i’d say on up to maybe $20k. its kind of hard to come up with fits under $1000 in my closet. not counting hebrewelry watches and stuff like that in the totals just the clothes.
    but i also wear the dad jeans from wal mart a lot. i just like things that are quality they don’t necessarily have to be expensive.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Holy heck after watching this a second time I noticed the slight comb over to hide the begining of his widows peak.

    • Anonymous says:

      Everything you don’t wear an entire year has to go, anything damaged or that doesn’t fit has to go.

      Then, there’s those items that give you mixed feelings. I put them in a special box and if i never feel the need to take them out, they are gone. Only 10% of the special box usually survives.

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