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John Smith 17/03/12(Sun)02:33 No. 45931

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Dear John,

There are so many people wearing black these days. Who's funeral are we prepairing for? Are we slitting our wrists now? If that is so will it be horizontally or diagonally?

John Smith 17/03/12(Sun)06:57 No. 45934

With all due respect, John, that's quite an alarmingly strong reaction to a mere color of clothing. Black is a very practical, neutral, and unobtrusive color, useful in a lot of settings. It's the go-to when khaki would seem disrespectfully casual.

John Smith 17/03/12(Sun)13:46 No. 45935

It's the funeral of the conversation

John Smith 17/03/13(Mon)04:29 No. 45936

I don't wear clothing with any visible marks or symbols, especially not branding.
Why do you associate colors with anything? Did red mean stop before we needed signs?
If black colors absorb the entire visible spectrum, doesn't that make people wearing them sunlight sponges? That's not very emo.

John Smith 17/03/18(Sat)03:20 No. 45945

That is a very exciting gif and talk such as "slitting our wrists" gets me quite worked up.
I don't feel that this is acceptable conversation for this board.
- John

John Smith 17/03/23(Thu)06:56 No. 45955

I personally wear it because I like the color, or rather lack thereof. As for why others wear it, I would assume because it is rather easy to pair with other colors. I'm not the most fashionable guy but I believe that is why those that are say such and such "is the new black" whenever a new trend pops up.

Hope this helps,

John Smith 17/03/26(Sun)07:59 No. 45961

This is /b/ material. Far too interesting for /eh/.

Yours truly,

John Smith 17/03/27(Mon)04:27 No. 45962

I wear bright colors almost exclusively, John. I hope you own pairs of teal and Dijon pants like me and you're not just wanting more people to wear blue jeans and white t-shirts. if that's what you meant that's okay too. There's nothing wrong with some black apparel now and again, especially if it's a sunny, warm day.

John Smith 17/04/06(Thu)23:29 No. 45980

Hi John.
I'm with John on this one. All of my clothing is blue, because sober does not necessarily mean depressing.
Yours truly.

John Smith 17/04/08(Sat)19:48 No. 45981

I tend to gravitate towards greys and earth tones

John Smith 17/04/10(Mon)00:08 No. 45982

Dear John,
I wear black nearly every day, it is easy to combine and fits my mood

John Smith 17/04/13(Thu)23:00 No. 45998

That's really fucked up, John.

John Smith 17/04/14(Fri)04:33 No. 46000

One must slice along the vein, i.e. vertically, if one wishes to die. Then again if you are merely going for the aesthetic I think horizontal is better and more conspicuous.


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