new palewave general
thoughts on these kicks? which one would you choose
Should i buy a pale wave wardrobe? I'm buying new clothes and I don't know if this style suits me but I read it looks really nice and is easy to pull off. I'd just feel weird wearing only blue and white all the time.
>you will never live in a chill, pale community with other /fa/ggots who you drink heineken with until your wife who works at the animal shelter comes home and makes you linguini
Changing my wardrobe to pale wave...So far I plan on buying
nice, did you age the AF1s yourself or are they second hand
>tfw palewave threads have totally changed your outlook on life
>changing my wardrobe up from memechrome to palewave
>more care free
>nicer to people
nice that we brought you the chill feel, good luck to you man and I hope you get a good future, you'll probably pass the next test. Oh btw the next interview you're going too? Pst, you'll pass it. You're chill and outgoing, but not hyper or annoying, you're easy to be around and great attitude without being too much. You will make it.
>mfw try to be chill and outgoing but end up being hyper and annoying
Idk why I say half the shit I do. Like I say something dumb and annoying and in my head I'll know that it was really unnecessary to say, and it's like why tf did I even say that
I used to be exactly like that, pointing out unnecessary shit and most of the time just giving a uncomfortable environment around the people I talked with. I just kept in mind that whenever I was about to ask something or make a follow up question I would think to myself "is this really relevant/necessary, would this provide anything that would make an interesting point or turn the conversation around to a worthy point". It was REALLY hard in the beginning, I'm not going to lie. The hardest thing about this is that you have too start to realize that when you do this you'll come off as ego centric and awkward even if you don't intend to be.
Eventually I just got the memo and practice in my head and after some time I did not have to think twice about what is dumb or not. I stopped open my mouth and asking or talking about unnecessary details, question or factoids no one really cares about or find too "straight up" to talk about. This may sound silly, but a good exercise for this is the "10 seconds breather" or whatever, when you take 10 deep breaths before you decide if the thing is appropriate for the situation or not.
This sounds so fucking autistic, but honestly a lot of people have problems with starting a conversation and coming off as confident, especially in university. To keep a conversation interesting, solid and mentally stimulating is something everyone can do, it just takes a lot of self control when it comes to going out of your comfort zone.
Study circles are a great way to practice this, as you all work for the same goal to research and find out the answer to specific questions, yours and others input will be appreciated and this way you'll learn quite quickly when something is relevant to the conversation or not and how to listen to others and take in what the say.