Menswear: TKMAXX thread


Show original post
DirgeXX
DirgeXX avatar

186 posts since 9/12/06

13 Dec 2006 19:51
You guys should all go on bargain hunt.

Everything has to be on SALE SALE SALE before you even consider buying it!
robii
robii avatar

18857 posts since 8/9/06

13 Dec 2006 19:58
DirgeXX wrote: You guys should all go on bargain hunt.

Everything has to be on SALE SALE SALE before you even consider buying it!

Says the man who won't even consider buying footwear that costs less than £200
DirgeXX
DirgeXX avatar

186 posts since 9/12/06

13 Dec 2006 20:10
Yes but I was half joking. There is a difference.
Martinmargiela2002
Martinmargiela2002 avatar

25507 posts since 1/10/02

13 Dec 2006 20:18
DirgeXX wrote: You guys should all go on bargain hunt.

Everything has to be on SALE SALE SALE before you even consider buying it!

You should fuck off. Just a thought…

Anyways picked up a PS Paul smith jacket tonight 59.99 will use it as a gift for my brother at christmas.
DirgeXX
DirgeXX avatar

186 posts since 9/12/06

13 Dec 2006 20:53
Nice thought, use it for yourself while you're in TKMAXX thinking you've got sale of the century.

SALES = Things people don't buy or the wrong size.
generic_guy
generic_guy avatar

9274 posts since 16/9/02

13 Dec 2006 21:00
DirgeXX wrote: Nice thought, use it for yourself while you're in TKMAXX thinking you've got sale of the century.

SALES = Things people don't buy or the wrong size.
God you're tiresome. Does this mean the things people do buy don't end up in the sales? I wasn't aware sales were composed of stuff that hadn't sold, I thought they went round and burgled their customers for things that had sold and that's why things were cheaper, thanks for clearing that up.
Good work on the wrong size bit too, I was under impression people were different sizes but obviously not.
robii
robii avatar

18857 posts since 8/9/06

13 Dec 2006 21:02
El Bongo
El Bongo avatar

2994 posts since 15/8/06

13 Dec 2006 21:29
lmao
Martinmargiela2002
Martinmargiela2002 avatar

25507 posts since 1/10/02

13 Dec 2006 21:32
DirgeXX wrote: Nice thought, use it for yourself while you're in TKMAXX thinking you've got sale of the century.

SALES = Things people don't buy or the wrong size.

Sorry to disappoint you but the items I bought were not in a sale.

Good effort though on the theory with regards to sales, well done philistine.



DirgeXX
DirgeXX avatar

186 posts since 9/12/06

13 Dec 2006 21:35
^^ You bought Paul Smith from TKMAXX for £60. Whole place is one big sale.

You're right generic guy. The stuff people don't buy ends up in the sales with a great big discount and fools buying the goods see £1000 is reduced to £150. There's no such thing as a free lunch.

Something you might remotely want and its the wrong fucking size. It always happens in the sale.
Martinmargiela2002
Martinmargiela2002 avatar

25507 posts since 1/10/02

13 Dec 2006 21:45
DirgeXX wrote: ^^ You bought Paul Smith from TKMAXX for £60. Whole place is one big sale.

You're right generic guy. The stuff people don't buy ends up in the sales with a great big discount and fools buying the goods see £1000 is reduced to £150. There's no such thing as a free lunch.

Something you might remotely want and its the wrong fucking size. It always happens in the sale.

So the true religion jeans that I saw the other day in tkmaxx for £60 and then saw the exact same pair in another shop for £210, your telling me you would go to the shop that was selling them for £210 instead of the one selling them for £60?

That's an expensive fucking price to pay for a different carrier bag.

I like your logic, you are a genius.
DirgeXX
DirgeXX avatar

186 posts since 9/12/06

13 Dec 2006 21:47
I would if it was a proper clothes shop. Going into TKMAXX is humilation alone.
Martinmargiela2002
Martinmargiela2002 avatar

25507 posts since 1/10/02

13 Dec 2006 21:48
Someone delete his account and ban his IP please.

generic_guy
generic_guy avatar

9274 posts since 16/9/02

13 Dec 2006 21:58
DirgeXX wrote: I would if it was a proper clothes shop.
I think they may get Armani jeans stuff occasionally Smiling
DirgeXX
DirgeXX avatar

186 posts since 9/12/06

13 Dec 2006 22:01
But it will be 60% off and ruin my shopping experience regardless of the fact I am oblivious to knowing Armani jeans are lame.
Brad
Brad avatar

5019 posts since 20/6/01

13 Dec 2006 22:10
robii wrote:


nice jimmy troll, but there seems to be a misapprehension:

a troll [level 1] is someone either pretending to be someone else, or someone coming to the fray wanting to stir shit up. Both presuppose a prior knowledge of what goes on here.

It is not just any noob who pisses the regulars off a bit Laughing out loud
eent
eent avatar

9015 posts since 25/2/05

13 Dec 2006 22:24
DirgeXX wrote: I would if it was a proper clothes shop. Going into TKMAXX is humilation alone.

Christ

You are an egotistical pretentious cunt of a man (i use the word man, in it's broadest possible meaning). You wont go into tk maxx, because it's too cheap and humiliating? You need to get over yourself.

Too caught up in streetwear shit brands, that your medallion wearing tanned mate is gonna say "nice shirt mate, hope it cost more than a monkey".

Go away, you fail
DirgeXX
DirgeXX avatar

186 posts since 9/12/06

13 Dec 2006 22:42
I fail, you're absolutely right and apart from the tanned mate with bling part and me being egotistical/pretentious. Far from it, I'm simply too insecure to step inside one of those dives and come out thinking I smell of roses.



eent
eent avatar

9015 posts since 25/2/05

13 Dec 2006 22:43
DirgeXX wrote: I fail, you're absolutely right and apart from the tanned mate with bling part and me being egotistical/pretentious. Far from it, I'm simply too insecure to step inside one of those dives and come out thinking I smell of roses.

Do you actually think people even notice where you fucking shop, let alone care, let alone judge?
DirgeXX
DirgeXX avatar

186 posts since 9/12/06

13 Dec 2006 22:53
I'm not too bothered about other people when shopping, but I care about cheating myself into buying something that might not be the real deal. Aren't you? You have to be one discerning shopper. For me, 60% off cause alarm bells to ring.