You were always going to sell it. Fuck outta here pretending like a ss t-shirt is too thin to keep.Because you'd be less of a douche bag and you'd be doing a favor for someone who wants to actually wear itNo, I'm going to sell it for 200. The 50 dollars of difference I was referring to was the difference between 150 and 200. 150 would be considered "non-rape", when "rape" would be considered 200. So why sell it for 150 when I can sell it for 200 fairly easily?so you are gonna sell it for $140 because thats $50 bucksI'm sorry but why would I not sell it at it's full potential? Like why pass up 50 dollars? If you saw 50 bucks on the ground would you not pick it up? Selling it at 200 won't take too much time either, considering that the majority of them are being resold for 220.If that truly was your intention don't sell it for rape. I believe it's already been posted, but it's sad that 80% of the CDG stuff was bought solely for resale.I'm not saying that it's quality is bad. Its just a personal preference of mine, I like my t shirts thick, or at least thicker than the CDG tee. I don't see why some of you guys are hating, I mean I'm never gonna wear this shirt and if I just let it sit there I basically wasted 90 dollars. It was full and complete intention to wear it, but once I was aware of its thinness, I decided on not keeping it.Thinner weighing cotton isn't necessarily representative of poor or sub par quality. It's really that simple. .Um the CDG tee is significantly thinner than a regular tee from this season.Not sure why so many dudes expect spring and summer apparel to be constructed of thick cotton.Sorry but this shits way too thin. Had I known, I would not have boughten it in the first place.Ok, decided not to keep the CDG tee, now the question is do I sell it while its hyped or keep it DS for a couple years then sell it?Fuck outta here, b.