Where did this fedora social stigma come from?
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Where did this fedora social stigma come from?
12/10/2016 02:01 PM EST
Apparently wearing a specific type of headwear is bad now. What's up with this garbage? It's a friggin hat. A hat that has been around longer than anyone has been alive now. A hat that a large percentage of the world donned in the early 1900s.

Do internet people have to find something new to hate when they run out? Did a single being point out the similarities of the hat and satanism, and one man's paranoia spread like wildfire and now everyone believes it?

What about berets? Bowler hats? Beanies? Is it because fedora starts with F, not B?

I just don't fucking get this world.
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12/10/2016 02:19 PM EST
I've always hated fedoras. Don't know why, but I don't like a lot of hat styles.
Way back in high school, one guy always wore a fedora, but not a suit to match or anything. Dunno if he was into Rat Pack or Swing era music or what. Then several years ago, my mom got a fedora for whatever reason.

I'm sure the recent hate for fedoras may come from people's hate of hipsters.

What type of beanie are you referring to? The small skullcap with the propeller or the toque type things? I also dislike berets, news/golf hats(looks like a baseball hat flopped forward onto the bill/beak), bowlers, fishing caps, sun hats, cowboy hats. I'm sure there's more...

The only hats I like are baseball caps, top hats, touques, bandannas, jester hats, and sombreros.



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12/10/2016 03:28 PM EST
Tetra_Vega Wrote:What type of beanie are you referring to? The small skullcap with the propeller or the toque type things? I also dislike berets, news/golf hats(looks like a baseball hat flopped forward onto the bill/beak), bowlers, fishing caps, sun hats, cowboy hats. I'm sure there's more...

I dunno. All, I guess?

It just baffles me a person can be shallow enough to judge someone from what hat he/she wears.

Don't get me wrong: someone can dislike a particular clothing apparel. Lke you said, you don't like fedoras yourself. It just irks me that we, according to these new age college kids, supposedly live in a politically correct SJW world, yet these same internet pussies will just as quickly judge and point fingers at what isn't the norm.

"Accept and embrace all views on life!"

"A fedora? What a loser!"
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12/16/2016 07:19 AM EST
*Tips fedora
WATAHHHHHHHHH!!!
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RE: Where did this fedora social stigma come from?
12/23/2016 01:50 PM EST
Who cares? If you want to wear a fedodo, wear it. Who gives a this?
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12/25/2016 08:37 AM EST
M'lady
why
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12/27/2016 05:39 PM EST
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Who cares? If you want to wear a fedodo, wear it. Who gives a this?


Fedodo? That another new pokemon?
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RE: Where did this fedora social stigma come from?
01/16/2017 04:04 AM EST
Most likely because it's been overly appropriated by young adult "men" with neckbeards and a terrible sense of hygiene. That and it's a terribly outdated relic of fashion. It was cool back in the 1950s if you were involved in a crime syndicate, not in the early 21st century.

Also, making fun of minorities and women is different from making fun of people who wear fedoras. You can choose to wear a fedora, you don't get to choose your gender or ethnicity. I don't like SJWs as much as the next person, but c'mon.
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RE: Where did this fedora social stigma come from?
01/22/2017 09:33 PM EST
hats are for COWARDS who are UGLY
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01/28/2017 12:00 AM EST
Someone making fun of fatty, blue-haired waifus?

Not on my watch.

*Opens secret compartment in closet with rack after rack of fedoras*

*Picks up katana purchased from imported decorations mall shop*

Lord, give me the strength to smite goobergators, for I'm with her.
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RE: Where did this fedora social stigma come from?
01/28/2017 05:07 AM EST
*unsheaths katana*

*teleports behind optimus grime*

pshhhh, nothin personnel, kid
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01/28/2017 06:37 AM EST
I am vanquished. Tell Zoe-chan I respect her independence.

*Slumps over, dead. Followed by comical farting noise*

*Fedora falls gently to the ground, very John Woo style*
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RE: Where did this fedora social stigma come from?
01/28/2017 10:28 AM EST
Nemesis316 Wrote:
*unsheaths katana*

*teleports behind optimus grime*

pshhhh, nothin personnel, kid


*It's a clone*
Shao Kahn did nothing wrong
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01/28/2017 02:08 PM EST
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I am vanquished. Tell Zoe-chan I respect her independence.

*Slumps over, dead. Followed by comical farting noise*

*Fedora falls gently to the ground, very John Woo style*


*nods respectfully towards you*

*realizes its a clone*

I SAID BACK THE FUCK OFF?!?!?!?!
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RE: Where did this fedora social stigma come from?
01/28/2017 02:20 PM EST
I need a Pimp hat to complete my Red Mage outfit.
Or a Red Mage hat to complete my Pimp outfit... whichever...


*sees guy wearing fedora* M'lady...



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01/28/2017 05:05 PM EST
Ah, clone-jutsu was successful. Anita-chan will be pleased.

*Picks up fallen fedora, places it on top of fedora I'm already wearing*

Now to unleash my twin blades, "She won the popular vote" and "I spent two hours defending you, can I get a hello?" on my foes.
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01/30/2017 12:42 AM EST
I really don't know if I'm being mocked or not.
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01/30/2017 05:09 AM EST
You are.
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01/30/2017 05:16 PM EST
All right then.
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01/30/2017 10:08 PM EST
In all seriousness, I think people have already answered the question within this topic. Also, I'm not making fun of you or your thread, just using this thread as an excuse to poke a little fun at cringe worthy teenage dipshits.

As for you, Optimus Grime...

In this final battel, I, Nemesis316, will make you like Nine Inch Nails (the band) and JNCO JEANS.
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01/30/2017 11:27 PM EST
Nemesis316 Wrote:
just using this thread as an excuse to poke a little fun at cringe worthy teenage dipshits.

I do so enjoy tearing down today's youths.

Carry on.
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RE: Where did this fedora social stigma come from?
01/31/2017 04:49 AM EST
Nemesis316 Wrote:
In all seriousness, I think people have already answered the question within this topic. Also, I'm not making fun of you or your thread, just using this thread as an excuse to poke a little fun at cringe worthy teenage dipshits.


Co-signed. We're taking some jabs, but it's not personal.

As for you, Optimus Grime...

In this final battel, I, Nemesis316, will make you like Nine Inch Nails (the band) and JNCO JEANS.


These wounds, they will not heal.
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RE: Where did this fedora social stigma come from?
02/04/2017 12:25 AM EST
MacyG88 Wrote:
I really don't know if I'm being mocked or not.


If you're consciously thinking about what other people think you look like when you wear clothes you like, you'll never look good in them!
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02/04/2017 12:31 AM EST
MacyG88 Wrote:
I really don't know if I'm being mocked or not.

Hatters gonna hat. Rise above hat, mate.

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RE: Where did this fedora social stigma come from?
02/04/2017 12:33 AM EST
Mick-Lucifer Wrote:
MacyG88 Wrote:
I really don't know if I'm being mocked or not.

Hatters gonna hat. Rise above hat, mate.


[&Mick] Fedoras are a perfectly valid style of headwear, nobody cares what some pissant internet kid made-up with his nerd friends
[&Mick] Men used to wear hats
[&Mick] DEAL
We've got chicken tonight. Strangest damn things. They're man made.