yur kidding right??
november '11 niggas man....smh
find the closest skyscraper to you and jump off the top please
Damn, if you talking to me about being a "november'11 niggas" then you're ridiculous. I've been lurkin on these forums for a minute waiting for registration and it finally came around, I don't post more than I need to so that's why I'm not real known. Don't understand the hate.
Oh and to all y'all bitchin cause I asked about how others wash your shit, I'm sorry but I take value in the clothes that I buy, want to make them last and worth it.
It's my money right?
u have a good point. its ur money, and you want to protect what u bought. that's why people buy an iphone, then spend $50 on a gigantic rubber otterbox case to put it in.
but what were you expecting? clothes is clothes. you wear it, you wash it, you wear it again. i just throw my diamond tshirts in the dryer like normal. i like the shrinkage, i like the faded colors, and i like the cracked graphics. it gives the tshirt character. (i think i've posted before about how fresh tshirts make me feel awkward). my prized tshirts are the ones that are the most worn-in.
if you want to keep your tshirt pristine, don't wear it so much. or dont wear it all. frame it and put it on your wall like it's an autographed jersey. do what u want. but you can't have your cake and eat it too. if you seriously want to wear your tshirt all the time and keep it looking brand new, dry clean it. as ridiculous as that may sound, so is the idea of keeping a tshirt brand new looking while wearing it around. and at the end of the day, its just a tshirt. what happens when you lose your favorite tshirt ? you feel sad, then you find another favorite tshirt.