Their vanity is greater than their misery. — F. Corbera
I once did some temp work in a call centre and turned up wearing yellow braces… the other staff thought I was from management and had come to spy on them.
A StyleForum Dude

"Gianni" (feat. Dido)


[Chorus: Dido]
My ties aren’t old I’m wondering why I..
paid for these at all
They’ve got plain white ink jet backs..
and I can see through it all
And even if they were vintage,
his tone and manner appalls
It reminds me, that it’s all a scam,
it’s all a scam..

[Eminem as ‘Gianni’s customers’]
Dear Gianni, I wrote you but you still ain’t calling
I left my tumblr, my blogspot, and my email at the bottom
I sent two PMs back in autumn, you must not-a got ‘em
There probably was a problem at the silk mill or something
Sometimes I buy ties too quickly when I like ‘em
but anyways; fuck it, what’s been up? Man how’s your thirst?
My girlfriend’s pregnant too, I’m bout to be a father
If I have a daughter, guess what I’ma call her?
I’ma name her Gianni
I read about your Uncle Cerutti too, I’m sorry
I had a friend buy some ties and he never get them
I know you probably hear this everyday, but I’m a 7-fold fan,
I even got the secret Pitti shit that you did that’s probably a scam,
I got a room full of your ties and your pocket squares man
I like the shit you did using vintage Cappelli too, those ties were fat
Anyways, I hope you get this man, hit me back,
just to chat, truly yours, your number one customer
This is (StyleForum member name here)

[Chorus: Dido]

At this point, I realise I’ve spent 5-10 minutes doing this. And it’s my Sunday. And I’m doing this…

— a StyFoDude

We are all about the same in the beginning. We have about the same amount of instincts, desires, and capabilities. It is up to us whether we keep them alive or not. I don’t believe anybody was ever born mean or pessimistic or under-privileged. We all have the seed of greatness within us. I know I’m no better than anybody else. I’ve had pretty good luck and good health and I’ve learned to keep plugging away.
Clark Gable