34 thoughts on “How many silly suits before someone in his life tells him stop

  1. Anonymous says:

    Nah heck that. heck the haters. Dress how you want, even if everyone thinks it’s weird. That’s true freedom. Even if I don’t like it I much prefer someone be a weirdo than a cookie cutter dweeb.

      • Anonymous says:

        >freedom is when refusing to change yourself to fit the opinions of other people
        >but it’s just wearing different clothing
        Unironically, it all fits into Peterson’s general philosophy of little things leading to bigger things. In the same way that just the basic act of cleaning your room leads to cleaning everything else about yourself, the basic act of not caring about whatever people say about your gaudy fashion taste leads to you not being enslaved to other people’s opinions in all other things.

        • Anonymous says:

          >I friggin hate humans and society!
          I remember being 13. I wonder what’s the average poster age on this board. Imagine thinking something as adolescent as dressing in a le wacky way is what freedom is about lmao

    • Anonymous says:

      This is why we need to bring back bullying. The only way uppity stupids will learn their place is when they get wedgied and stuffed inside a locker/dumpster. If you’re going to walk around in public and deal with people, then you will show them basic respect by dressing and behaving appropriately. Or else, in a civilized society, you will be taught a lesson.

      • Anonymous says:

        You’ll have to start from the ground up. JP’s suit in the OP isn’t even in the top one million of weirdest outfits people feel comfortable wearing in public. I’ve seen dudes casually wear hentai aheago hoodies like it’s their everyday dress.

      • Anonymous says:

        nobodys gonna disrupt the cohesive dresscode of overalls and wifebeater at your flyover cracker barrel, cletus

      • Anonymous says:

        You want to be a weirdo and look weird and not normal? It’s my moral and God given right to beat you up and harass you until you become normal

  2. Anonymous says:

    Lmao. Nobody in his life can stop him at this point. It’s too much money and his psycho daughter enables it all.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Embrace the chaos. Incorporate it. Display that it does not control you though you can harness it if need be. That is actualization. It isn’t hiding from it. It’s like, yeah, maybe this is scary right now and maybe it is difficult. But that is the great adventure of your life bucko. And it’s happening whether you want it to or not. So yeah. Ride that wave and hold on. *begins sobbing* Because you never know when you could fall off.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Silly suits >>>>> normal suits. They project true confidence and menace, not just an attempt at projecting authority by dressing like a lawyer.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Text on clothing is always, always, always trashy, no matter what it says or where it’s at, bar the absolutely obvious being labeling.

    • Anonymous says:

      I’ve noticed 80% of people who have words on their shirts are women, and it’s always uncomfortable because on one hand, I’m curious what the hell the shirt says, but on the other I have to literally stare at a woman’s chest to decipher what it says between all the wrinkles on the shirt and the weird fonts.

        • Anonymous says:

          When you wrote this post, did you think doing it in that particular writing style would remove you from criticism? You seem like a complete gay.

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