If I Owned a Store

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22 Responses to If I Owned a Store

  1. MaraEastern says:

    That’s funny. I thought this kind of shops only exists in where I live, but apparently, it’s a world-wide phenomenon.


  2. Haha love it! *Oh people these days*


  3. But Mexican sombreros are okay, right? *hides hat behind back*


  4. speaker7 says:

    I completely support your store policies.


  5. cerrosolo says:

    Fedoras, like the foosball, are the devil.


  6. For me, it would be those hipster pork-pie hats. Get a real brim, hipsters.


  7. I will shop at your store! Can we work on open button downs as well?


  8. May I add pants that show underwear/butt cracks to the list, please.


  9. Oh, I would like to shop in your store but I will have to find a spot to stash my fedora. I was unaware that my wearing of my fedora was offensive to some (apparently many). I’m very sad.


  10. Anna says:

    Ugh, what a violation of common decency. How dareth he!


  11. Fezzie for the fine franchise?


  12. Soul Walker says:

    I couldn’t go into your store. I don’t ever wear fedoras these days but I love them. I loved them in the movies I saw as a child. I loved them on the people I knew who were nice to me. I love the way they look and Indiana Jones is still awesome. Still I understand how a fashion trend can get on a persons nerves.


    • Rae says:

      Oh, I loved them from a historical fashion perspective too, when they were more… genuine?

      But not into the douchey hipster trend with them. I guess my beef is with how you use and accessorize with them? And yes, Indiana Jones is still awesome and I actually like the wide-brimmed sable fedora style that he has much better (I just watched Last Crusade the other day and I’ll never get tired of it!).


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