Complex wrote an article about /fa/
i was expecting the worst but this is kind of accurate
"fuccboi" is just a catch-all term for anything you don't like, just like faggot, hipster, pleb, cuck, and whatever other asinine insult you guys will drum up next
it's completely meaningless
These enormous fuccbois can use a pic I posted as a basic for their caricatures if they like, it is kinda lame considering if someone isn't inspired or even knowledgeable about rap it is me. However adding in a Jeremy Scott for Moschino shirt is fucking insulting.
so are you going to post a fit or not you dadcore faggot? xD
If anyone thinks that blacks (people who do not even come from the same gene clusters anyway) are inferior, that would be fucking racist (see the bell curve) but if they think that urban Afro-American culture and language isn't an abysmal pit of despair (with some gems peppered in) they’re really fucking stupid. Every human being deserves better than having a glock in his baggy pants and moving units on some street corners while his 14 yo sister gets gang-banged for crack and has the vocab and reading skills of the average 8 y/o. Blues is a wonderful thing but it certainly doesn't excuse what the surrounding culture let happen in Mississippi. Seeing a bunch of yellow-whites middle-class kids go all apeshit about this stuff online is fucking disgusting.
>If anyone thinks that blacks (people who do not even come from the same gene clusters anyway) are inferior,
They missed the mark on a couple of these but what can you expect from people who are basically reddit. After clicking on their "Style" section I think it's pretty ironic they even made the article when you get to see amazing on-trend topics like
>How to wear chelsea boots
>Menswear is killing it!
>AF1 + BAPE+Supreme
>Tom Ford, Kardashians, ASAP rocky
did this site just make fun of it's own demographic?
wtf? this is bullshit
complet wrote an article
and they didn't mention ME???? wtf literally pissed rn
>Seeing a bunch of yellow-whites middle-class kids go all apeshit about this stuff online is fucking disgusting.
This is a good thing tbh. This is a signal for similar low-class, low-IQ females to breed with them. High-class, high-IQ females don't want niggers - especially not middle class chinks and cumskins acting like niggers.
Why are you guys praising this garbage? I have literally read like 3 of this same exact article in the past month.
Completely uninspired. We get it, everyone who pays attention to fashion is a fuckboi.
I was hoping he'd pull it all together and find some sort of meaning out of all of it, but no. Trash.
lmfao I just read the "how to wear chelsea boots" article
>While Menswear 1.0 dudes wore theirs with cuffed selvedge denim or trousers without a break, the modern style is all about stacking. It may seem overcomplicated, but you want to drape your pants over the top of the boot, completely covering the neck
>wearing boots is a difficult task requiring a great deal of thought
This is called journalism. wow
that's a 4peenz article, but they're such beta fuccboiz that the complex staff literally took it from em and ran it under the name of whichever faggot runs the style section on there
>You want to know what happened here? The full Behind the Music treatment? I'll give you that shit. "The Fuccboi Field Guide" was a story that was thrown around in a meeting with Lawrence, Jian and myself, like, six months ago. We broke it down and really hammered out the details. But then, when it came down to, you know, actually being responsible and doing our jobs, it fell by the wayside as many work-related things do at Four Pins. So, because Complex Style is an official operation decidedly on top of ship, they went ahead and dropped the story with some fire illustrations that run through every type of fuccboi you might run into on the streets. Naturally, this post is us getting our juice compensation since we did all the hard work.
I can literally feel the spaghetti fallin thru da screen
I own fuccboi.com.
Should I point the domain to this article instead of /fa/?
No, it isn't a particularly good article and isn't actually too relevant to /fa/, apart from both of them being about fashion.
Pointing it at /fa/ is better and much funnier, though I know it's been that way for years and you're probably looking for something new.
>some oldfag thing
Noticed the same thing. With all of the new posters it does sort of seem like something not many people know about though, two years is a reasonably long time. Even in 2013 not many people knew about it