66 thoughts on “>talk to guy who says he's into fashion

  1. Anonymous says:

    It’s not like any of the gays here are into fashion in that way either. It’s nothing but AliExpress "street style" and LARPing in Harvard tweed. Sadly the tweed thread has more believable aesthetics.

  2. Anonymous says:

    >talk to guy who says he’s into fishing
    >Ask him if he can use a lathe, which lure designers he uses as inspiration, what his favorite wood to work with is for surface plugs
    >"Well no anon I just mean that I like to go fishing"

    • Anonymous says:

      Based. And if you are going to say you’re "into music" then you better learn a polyphonic instrument and music theory

      That’s not the same thing at all stupids

        • Anonymous says:

          Well first of all, everyone listens to music, so if someone chooses to highlight the fact that they’re into music I’m gonna assume they’re more into it than the average person, so that does include making music or playing an instrument. There are far more aspiring musicians in /mu/ than there are aspiring designers in here

      • Anonymous says:

        Anon I was being unironic. You genuinely shouldn’t call yourself into music if you don’t play a polyphonic instrument and know music theory. Otherwise you’re just a stupid poseur who will start describing things as vibes like the flannel egghead

        • Anonymous says:

          Based. And if you are going to say you’re "into music" then you better learn a polyphonic instrument and music theory

          Why do you keep saying "polyphonic instrument;" what instruments do people even commonly learn that are monophonic?

          • Anonymous says:

            Trumpet, saxophone, clarinet, flute, oboe, trombone, french horn, etc.

            Piano/keyboard is almost mandatory but if you play guitar and actually know the notes you are playing and know the good sounding voicings for your 7ths, 9ths, 13ths, 6ths, 6/9ths, etc and aren’t a power chord playing mongoloid stupid (rare)

          • Anonymous says:

            it’s actually not mandatory at all, you’re probably a newbie larping as a musical genius

          • Anonymous says:

            /thread
            […]
            >you must play a polyphonic instrument to be into music
            >goes on to explain that the majority of people who play the most popular polyphonic instrument can’t even read sheet music
            kek the autist doesn’t even think through his own arguments.
            sure most high skill ceiling instruments are polyphonic. what about timpani? they are higher skill ceiling than everything other than maybe bagpipe & accordion. name an instrument that rewards perfect pitch as much as kettledrums.

            That’s because piano is linear with all the 12 notes spelled out for you right in your face with whites whole and half steps all black. There being no such thing as E# and B# is right there before your eyes. The fact that the 12 notes just repeat is right there before your eyes. Stacking chords is right in front of you. Guitar is an absolutely shit instrument for beginners to music to learn because of the matrix note system causing notes to repeat and a "c shaped" chord to be a d chord ust two fret positions higher. This is what causes guitarists to be confused and intimidated by learning basic music theory. And you don’t need to read sheet music to understand basic music theory and how chords are built and named or which chords are minor major dim in a given key.

          • Anonymous says:

            I forgot about this thread. This should make it more clear why piano immediately helps make sense of music.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Being into something doesn’t mean you have to be the producer of what you’re into. Some people just like consuming their interest and that’s alright. Back in like 2007 my dad and I went fishing from the coast of the Mediterranean and on my very first throw a hecking crab was what I pulled in. Good memories. I love my dad. I love my mom too but unfortunately because she’s a woman and usually had to fill the role of strict housekeeper I never got to make fun memories with her. I tried playing board games with her when I was little but after like two turns she’d say she’s too tired to play and just ignore me. Kind of a bummer really. I can’t remember ever doing anything fun with my mom. I personally see myself as someone who’s into fashion and I just wear some shit yknow. Very rarely I’ll sew some shit but nothing too serious.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I have a few sewing machines, one old school and modern ones
    mom used to sew various stuff for herself
    im kind of interested
    in this topic but dont know where to start
    like do i just buy random fabrics and use patterns from online (mom used magazines)

  5. Anonymous says:

    If you genuinely and unironically think designer brands are a good example of fashion you are a zoomoid that is beyond saving.

  6. Anonymous says:

    when the vast majority of people say “I’m into fashion” they mean “I like dressing well”.
    You’d have to be a complete autist or an insufferable pseudo-intellectual to not realize this

    • Anonymous says:

      this.
      if OP were intelligent as well as autistic, he would have at least worked sartorial into the conversation, so his friend could have known what word to use next time.

      at least be of some use.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I’m not into fashion. I just like clothes and shoes and watches. Also I know how chords are built and how the major scale and modes work and the circle of fifths. I like Louis Cole and LL Bean

  8. Anonymous says:

    >>talk to troon on LULZ who says xe’s into fashion
    >>ask xim if xe knows anything about textiles and materials properties
    >>"well no anon i just mean that i do arts and crafts with clothes i buy from shien"

    • Anonymous says:

      /thread

      Trumpet, saxophone, clarinet, flute, oboe, trombone, french horn, etc.

      Piano/keyboard is almost mandatory but if you play guitar and actually know the notes you are playing and know the good sounding voicings for your 7ths, 9ths, 13ths, 6ths, 6/9ths, etc and aren’t a power chord playing mongoloid stupid (rare)

      >you must play a polyphonic instrument to be into music
      >goes on to explain that the majority of people who play the most popular polyphonic instrument can’t even read sheet music
      kek the autist doesn’t even think through his own arguments.
      sure most high skill ceiling instruments are polyphonic. what about timpani? they are higher skill ceiling than everything other than maybe bagpipe & accordion. name an instrument that rewards perfect pitch as much as kettledrums.

  9. Anonymous says:

    >talk to a guy who’s into computers
    >Ask him if he makes his own cases, graphics cards, motherboards, what manufacturer he uses as an inspiration, what his favorite chips are
    >"Well no anon I just mean that I like assembling and using computers"

    • Anonymous says:

      That would be more compatable to tanning your own leather and weaving your own fabrics than it would to sewing. Building pcs is far more like sewing fabrics you bought together. Not to mention writing programs, scripts, websites is what most people do if they’re in computer science. Hardware design is far nearer to electrical engineering. Also the fabs you would need to even attempt to make your own semiconductors have a price floor above any fabric loom. Really poor comparison considering sewing a shirt from a pattern is something you can do with a $100 brother sewing machine. It would be much more comparable to making music or painting or building a table.

        • Anonymous says:

          No. I’m

          https://i.imgur.com/3IyQ4HG.gif

          I’m not into fashion. I just like clothes and shoes and watches. Also I know how chords are built and how the major scale and modes work and the circle of fifths. I like Louis Cole and LL Bean

          .

      • Anonymous says:

        You ended that fraud

        >talk to a guy who’s into computers
        >Ask him if he makes his own cases, graphics cards, motherboards, what manufacturer he uses as an inspiration, what his favorite chips are
        >"Well no anon I just mean that I like assembling and using computers"

        What do you gain out of making disingenuous arguments?

  10. Anonymous says:

    This is accurate though. Being "into fashion" for 99% of people means wearing a collar shirt instead of a tee

  11. Anonymous says:

    you’re looking for /diy/ not /fashion/
    and as an aside – diy people value clothes they make disproportionately. at the end of the day it’s just another look.
    this is why shein is popular – it doesn’t matter that the /fashion/ shirt you bough tore after 4 washes, you likely weren’t gonna wear it after anyways.
    even high fashion peeps don’t wear the same pieces year after year anymore, it’s a bygone era.

  12. Sieg says:

    Playing it wrong you should just mention it in passing, our table is right there, next to the one with the woman in that dior dress

    Not going like “I’m in to fashion bb let’s heck”

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