107 thoughts on “There is nothing more pathetic than thrifting and/or wearing 2nd hand clothes

    • Anonymous says:

      bidet wouldn’t help.
      these fatties are on weight loss pills but aren’t adjusting their actual diet at all, so all the fat and oils they eat just constantly ooze out of their assholes.

      • Anonymous says:

        im a skelly but i worked out that orlistat just obliterates any fat in your stomach
        so i faked being a fatty and got a prescription for it and oh wow, i must have lost at least 5kg, which considering im 6’2 and 65kg was pretty impressive tbh
        however, randomly having a rumbling stomach and then feeling this orange liquid coming out of my ass was not worth it. also the sickness and faintness after was not nice either

    • Anonymous says:

      Having poop on your butt is normal. You think humanity had bidets throughout most of our history? Stop rejecting our nature, pants are the problem and not the poop.

    • Anonymous says:

      Why do you assume that this happened without underwear? Knowing the American diet it’s more likely that the shart in question was so violent it simply obliterated any undergarment that might have tried to contain the corn oil induced eruption.

    • Anonymous says:

      what is the point of wearing underwear with pants? i only wear underwear if i’m wearing thin gym shorts because otherwise everyone is staring at my cock. not a brag because it’s only normal sized but 100% of women will stare when it’s visible. anyways, i’ve never worn underwear with pants in like 10 years. it’s pointless unless you are walking around with a shitty ass and also not washing your pants.

      • Anonymous says:

        Sweaty, you never know when you might accidentally end up sharting. And your dick releases precum every time you pop a boner. That will stain your pants. Not to mention, piss stains. Every time you piss, a couple of drops will invariable end up staying stuck to your dick and will get soaked up by your pants. And since urine is acidic, over time it will bleach your pants near the dick area. And it’s just more hygienic to wear underwear, so that there’s a barrier between your pants (that you’ll be plopping onto all kinds of surfaces) and your dick.

    • Anonymous says:

      >Wear underpants
      >Remove them for daily masturbation
      >Put them on again
      >You will smell after 5 days.

      >Wear NO underpants
      >Remove clothes in general
      >After fapping you put your jeans on
      >Jeans will not smell after 3 weeks.

      Yes. Yes you should not wear underpants.

      • Anonymous says:

        >Remove them for daily masturbation
        ??? y tho

        >Put them on again
        >You will smell after 5 days.
        … r uu wearin the same undies all week???

        • Anonymous says:

          Why not wearing the same underpants for a week? People in the 50s and earlier did that. Our heroes, national socialists and Aryans, did that, so it’s not wrong!

    • Anonymous says:

      well obviously inspect any clothing before you make a purchase at a thrift store. but there are many great potential finds to be had at thrift stores with practically like new clothing in many cases to be bought at massive discounts

      any full size man is going to be at least a size 36 pant in trim, athletic shape. that is not by any means a large pant

      Sweaty, you never know when you might accidentally end up sharting. And your dick releases precum every time you pop a boner. That will stain your pants. Not to mention, piss stains. Every time you piss, a couple of drops will invariable end up staying stuck to your dick and will get soaked up by your pants. And since urine is acidic, over time it will bleach your pants near the dick area. And it’s just more hygienic to wear underwear, so that there’s a barrier between your pants (that you’ll be plopping onto all kinds of surfaces) and your dick.

      not to mention most pants, if you are circumcised, rub uncomfortably against the tip of the penis. proper underwear helps with this

      I’m not going to wear some other guy’s underwear no matter how many times it was washed. Same thing.

      yeah obviously used underwear is off the table. same with hats and shoes accept off of relatives and the like

  1. Anonymous says:

    according to LULZ your not supposed to wash your jeans itll ruin the indigo and your not supposed to whipe your ass cause its gay

    • Anonymous says:

      If you care about the environment then don’t be a trendy gay consoooomer. Buy durable, all natural clothes of good quality and wear them for as long as possible. And once they have worn out, repurpose them for something else, like turning them into shorts, or rugs, doormats, blankets, napkins, rags etc.

      • Anonymous says:

        >can’t afford rare vintage
        Cope and weep in your 100% polyester poorfag.

        stupid logic. Name these poorgay “durable” brands so i can laugh

          • Anonymous says:

            The only actually durable clothing is workwear which is inherently cheap. Everything else going to be manufactured with the same lockstitch and fail at the seams. There’s nothing more “durable” about buying whatever fruity brand he has in mind when the construction is the same as every other garment on earth.

            Also, you can’t be “environmentally conscious” and spend an exorbitant amount of money for a lesser amount of clothing. gay is ideologically inconsistent.

            >”buy some “durable” stuff new so you can say it’s new, and since I’m an insecure homosexual, that’s very important to me! You can also make rugs out of it later!”
            Gayest shit I’ve ever read.

          • Anonymous says:

            So it’s about consistency. I can see that.

            im a skelly but i worked out that orlistat just obliterates any fat in your stomach
            so i faked being a fatty and got a prescription for it and oh wow, i must have lost at least 5kg, which considering im 6’2 and 65kg was pretty impressive tbh
            however, randomly having a rumbling stomach and then feeling this orange liquid coming out of my ass was not worth it. also the sickness and faintness after was not nice either

            You are gonna give yourself crohn’s fren. Quit while you can

          • Anonymous says:

            > exorbitant amount of money for a lesser amount of clothing
            Yes you can, stupid. It’s about being sustainable and buying/using only what you need, rather than being a consoooomer. It’s better to pay slightly more money on a few natural, durable and biodegradable products, than spending on cheap disposable garbage and mindlessly consuming just for the sake of it.
            >Gayest shit I’ve ever read.
            Stop projecting your homosexual insecurities. Reusing and repurposing things is how people lived throughout human history even until a few decades back, before cheap Chinesium shit, with planned obsolescence built into them, started flooding the market.

          • Anonymous says:

            >ignores everything I said
            That’s what I thought, stupid.
            You’re against buying used but you’re pro-repurposing a garment you bought new. Make up your mind you literal hecking stupid.

            Manufacturing a new garment will never be more environmentally conscious than buying a preexisting used one. Now quit dodging the question, name these brands that are supposedly more “durable” than everything else so we can look at the construction and see you’re full of shit or shut the heck up.

        • Anonymous says:

          >can’t afford second stained hand clothes someone else threw away
          I only wear balenciaga, vetements and palm angels etc mate with basics from h&m and i still wouldn’t buy any of those for 1/100th the retail price if I knew some stranger previously owned and probably shit in and sweated them up

      • Anonymous says:

        > exorbitant amount of money for a lesser amount of clothing
        Yes you can, stupid. It’s about being sustainable and buying/using only what you need, rather than being a consoooomer. It’s better to pay slightly more money on a few natural, durable and biodegradable products, than spending on cheap disposable garbage and mindlessly consuming just for the sake of it.
        >Gayest shit I’ve ever read.
        Stop projecting your homosexual insecurities. Reusing and repurposing things is how people lived throughout human history even until a few decades back, before cheap Chinesium shit, with planned obsolescence built into them, started flooding the market.

        i can guarantee your clothes aren’t natural or biodegradable. unless you’re buying purely autistic pre-war reproduction from japan and vintage clothes all the thread is made of polyester. i know you’re not because cotton thread is known for popping seams and being generally not durable.
        agree with your general message but its a lot harder and more expensive to buy all natural clothes than you think. think $800 for a hoodie if you don’t happen to live in japan.

        • Anonymous says:

          Anon Gutterman’s does cotton thread for like £3 for 110 yards. You can get it in most department stores that have a haberdashery. I know because I’ve used it to sew some wool trousers (feldgrau so it’s a 80/20 wool/viscose blend to be true to original mid-war feldgrau) and I’m in the middle of sewing a linen shirt with it. Cotton thread is only about £1 more expensive than polyester. If you really want to you’re more than capable of making fully garnments without polyester or nylon. For buttons you can just whittle or cut and sand wood and then drill the holes with a hebrewler’s drill but I’m not that autistic (yet).

      • Anonymous says:

        > like turning them into shit-stained shorts, or shit-stained rugs, shit-stained doormats, shit-stained blankets, shit-stained napkins, shit-stained rags etc.

        https://i.imgur.com/jYG2Sve.jpg

        […]
        i can guarantee your clothes aren’t natural or biodegradable. unless you’re buying purely autistic pre-war reproduction from japan and vintage clothes all the thread is made of polyester. i know you’re not because cotton thread is known for popping seams and being generally not durable.
        agree with your general message but its a lot harder and more expensive to buy all natural clothes than you think. think $800 for a hoodie if you don’t happen to live in japan.

        Even imported Japanese hoodies aren’t that much dude, heck off. And there are plenty of local places that do 100% cotton.

        • Anonymous says:

          I’m not an American, so none of my pants or even underwear are shit stained.

          https://i.imgur.com/jYG2Sve.jpg

          […]
          i can guarantee your clothes aren’t natural or biodegradable. unless you’re buying purely autistic pre-war reproduction from japan and vintage clothes all the thread is made of polyester. i know you’re not because cotton thread is known for popping seams and being generally not durable.
          agree with your general message but its a lot harder and more expensive to buy all natural clothes than you think. think $800 for a hoodie if you don’t happen to live in japan.

          And yes, like he said, 100% cotton clothes aren’t expensive. Not just local brands, even Levis has plenty of 100% cotton jeans that are in the 60-100 dollar range. And then there are clothes made with other natural fiber fabrics like linen, chambray, wool etc.

  2. Anonymous says:

    You can cop good almost-new fits every once in a while. I got a nice navy merino sweater last time. I’m not sure it was ever worn. It was probably the wrong size. It’s one of my favorite pieces now and I paid like $10 for it. But 90% of the time thrifting is a waste of time so I haven’t bothered lately.

  3. Anonymous says:

    for me the MO is
    >thrift/ebay accessories or things that the exact fit or material doesnt matter too much
    >use the saved money where it counts on perfectly fitting, good quality tops & bottoms

    • Anonymous says:

      Contrary to what most people think, faded and sanitized shitstains have always been /fashion/. Its all about attaining the right level of "distressed" denim.

        • Anonymous says:

          Contrary to what most people think, faded and sanitized shitstains have always been /fashion/. Its all about attaining the right level of "distressed" denim.

          how do you think they got ‘dirty weft’ back in the day?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Second-hand clothing is cheap, decent quality, and RARELY has shit stains. Even then, if the pants are very cheap or being given away for free, I may try Bac-out cleaner with baking soda.

      • Anonymous says:

        He’s got to be joking right? I’m picturing this guy hunched over his tiny 1 bedroom apartment sink, and it’s overflowing with shit water, and this dudes just scrubbing skiddies with a brush.
        Bro’s mental. Even knows what chemicals get shit stains out.

  5. Anonymous says:

    it used to be a good way to find rare clothes that were decent quality for sub $20 or amazing furniture that used to be thousands like some Roger lecal shit, but flip-fags ruined it for everyone by bragging about how profitable the hustle was and now the good shit gets auctioned by the store and the other shit just sells for the same as retail but it’s already been shitted in.

    • Anonymous says:

      okay.

      if you live in a liberal city, the 2nd hand/freegan lifestyle is still vibrant.
      I live 600 feet away from a thrift store that regularly sells 1000 dollar furniture for 100 and less, it’s fantastiche

  6. Anonymous says:

    Yeah, if you’re going to wear 2nd hand clothes, at least get it from your own family or at the most relatives. Imagine wearing the clothes that complete strangers have done who knows what in for several years, AND paying money for it. It’s not only gay as heck (and cucked), but also spiritually degenerate.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I refuse to buy designer clothes new, those greedy cunts don’t deserve that much money. I also like thrifted knits because they tend to be more interesting than modern shit.

  8. Anonymous says:

    With the advent of ebay and reselling, thrift stores are no longer lucrative.

    The employees look up everything they receive and price it slightly less than what someone else is selling it on Ebay for.

    • Anonymous says:

      I work at savers and can confirm this. We get flooded by boomers reselling shit, they are so rude and obnoxious that we well screw their profit margins at any opportunity.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Imagine having a pair of jeans as a family heirloom though.
    With each consecutive generation adding their own layer of shitstain to the pair.
    It’d be like the embodiment of the family bloodline since a physical part of everyone is embedded into the jeans.

    • Anonymous says:

      At least it’s your family shitstains and not from a random methhead or a fatheck you don’t even know.

      ?t=99

    • Anonymous says:

      thats kind of what doing septic tank jobs is like. you become really familiar with the family’s diet and gi health.

  10. Anonymous says:

    not my fault the thrift stores I go to sell me cashmere trench coats for under 100 euros and the ones near you sell you (lightly)-shitted pants

    Do better

  11. Anonymous says:

    I live in a rich exurb and my local goodwill used to be absolutely filled with nice outdoor clothes. Now all donations go to a central warehouse and get distributed amongst all the areas though so that doesn’t happen. And gay ebay resellers scoop anything good before you can get it anyways.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Why u hatin on the crapstain pants dawg? Lil poopstain ain neva hurt no1 u a buzzkill nigga STFU. Bum ahh lookin ahh

        • Anonymous says:

          As far as I am aware I still am in Britain, involuntary pant shitting is a global phenomenon for many men over 30.

          • Anonymous says:

            >pant shitting is a global phenomenon for many men over 30.
            No it’s hecking not. That’s a you problem and of other manchildren like you that subsist exclusively on goyslop. Stop eating garbage and eat actual food cooked at home from basic staple ingredients without any preservatives and chemicals in it. If it comes in a jar or a seal plastic bag with an expiry date of several months and over a year, then it’s not good for you. Also, move around and exercise regularly.

          • Anonymous says:

            >No it’s hecking not
            I didn’t say it was a common occurrence did i?
            >and of other manchildren like you that subsist exclusively on goyslop
            So you are admitting that it happens then? because this:
            >No it’s hecking not
            Is you asserting that it never happens, then you contradict yourself in the next sentence, i also am not sure why you are getting upset over the fact that people shit themselves, these things happen, the human body is not perfect and prone to disease and is flawed.

            what the heck do you eat
            ease up on the fried foods and cooking oil in generla

            I have IBS.

          • Anonymous says:

            >I didn’t say it was a common occurrence did i?
            >pant shitting is a global phenomenon for many men over 30.
            >for many men over 30.
            "Many" would imply a sizable number.
            >So you are admitting that it happens then?
            Yes, it happens only among manchildren who eat garbage "food" on a daily basis and don’t exercise, which is a lot of people in the west. However, the west is not the entire world and hence your habit of pants shitting wouldn’t make it a "global phenomenon".
            >getting upset over the fact that people shit themselves
            >these things happen
            No grown man shits himself. That’s not normal. Even when people end up with diarrhea, a healthy man would have enough control over his bowels to hold it in until he finds a toilet. If you shit yourself frequently, then there’s something wrong with your body and you need to eat better to fix it.

          • Anonymous says:

            >"Many" would imply a sizable number.
            Fecal incontinence is far more common than you realize, a quick google search would prove this.
            >Yes, it happens
            So you admit that grown men shit themselves then?
            >However, the west is not the entire world and hence your habit of pants shitting wouldn’t make it a "global phenomenon".
            You seriously believe no one, in places like asia or the middle east, has never shit themselves? even though things like dysentery exist in such places because of dirty water and the like?
            >No grown man shits himself
            You have contradicted yourself four lines up
            >a healthy man would have enough control over his bowels to hold it in until he finds a toilet
            So the definition of ”adult male” only includes adult males who are healthy? or is the definition of an adult male a male who has reached the age of physical, mental and legal maturity? is there anywhere here where it says ”healthy”?.
            >Even when people end up with diarrhea, a healthy man would have enough control over his bowels to hold it in until he finds a toilet
            This is saying people have perfect control over their bodies at all times, this isn’t the case in reality, even with perfectly healthy people.

          • Anonymous says:

            >REEEEE you contradickted again
            Dude, I’m not going to sit here and have plebbit tranny "gotcha" argument with you. I don’t live in America or any western country, and in my entire life I have never seen an adult man walking around in public with shit in his pants like you see in America and some other western countries, because we don’t eat your garbage "food" full of chemicals, preservatives and who knows what that destroys your gut. So yes, you pants shitters aren’t the norm in the rest of the world and it’s a you problem.

          • Anonymous says:

            >I have never seen something happen, so that means it never happens.
            False logic
            >Dude, I’m not going to sit here and have plebbit tranny "gotcha" argument with you
            This is not an argument, and you have not refuted anything but instead reverted to insults, which is a sign somebody has no argument, and have shown yourself to be inconsistent.
            >because we don’t eat your garbage "food" full of chemicals, preservatives and who knows what that destroys your gut
            This isn’t the only thing that causes incontinence, why are you completely ignoring things like dysentery and malnutrition? which is more common in none western countries and causes things like diarrhea? and you personally don’t eat unhealthy foods, that doesn’t mean nobody else in your country does either.

            Your proposition that ”No grown man shits himself” is not deductively valid.

  13. Anonymous says:

    All my life I’ve worn second hand/thrifted clothing and I’m recently single and I noticed I looked like shit. My clothes didn’t fit right, they have weird stains I didn’t put on them, they’ve shrunk in the wash from the previous owner or have holes that I again, didn’t put on them. I never thought about how absolutely disgusting it is to wear a stranger’s pants, they’ve farted, pissed, came and sweated inside their clothes and here I am putting it on everyday. I was mulling over buying a few nice things and this thread was enough to push me to go to Nordstrom today and buy some new trousers and a few nice sweaters and shirts. They fit much much better than anything I’ve ever found thrifting and they smell/look nice.

    One thing I noticed is that, if you go the clearance rack, prices aren’t that much more than the thrift store and they don’t have residual jizz on them. Outside of a few odd pieces and furniture, I likely won’t shop at thrift stores anymore.

    • Anonymous says:

      thrifting stopped being actually cheap in like 2007, me and my buddies were b***hing about the prices of things even back then

      • Anonymous says:

        Macklemore unironically ruined thrifting with his bullshit song. I knew thrift shops had gotten more expensive but I’d never actually shopped for new clothes so I didn’t realize how close they were to brand new pricing. I picked up a brand new cashmere sweater today for $40 off the clearance rack. The same sweater would have been the same price or more at a thrift and it would have had mystery stains. heck thrift shops, they’re all soccer moms, zoomers and resellers looking to scalp vintage clothing.

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