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InternalXY 33 minutes ago 
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YOS Jul 18 @ 5:09pm 
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derdan Jul 12 @ 3:16am 
KAY so I am angry about one of the most coveted tenets of neckbeard culture. Their most exalted item of clothing. Their most revered headgear, even more so than their chinese-made Naruto headband. Their Fedoras.

I, personally, have always felt an affinity towards early 20th century culture, and the appropriation of many of its tenets by the neckbeards angers me. (Obviously those were not good times for a large portion of society, and I do not claim it as such. I merely believe that there were high points that we could take note of going forwards.)

Neckbeards have taken this perfectly defensible, innocent, and attractive object, and soiled it with their attitudes and general negative perception in society.

Sorry if this wasn't really an interesting rant but it felt good to get out there. How do you guys feel about the fedora as an item of clothing (in its original context)?