>adults who can dress well
probably could make a case for that one
>can talk to girls
I honestly believe the percentage of people on /g/ everyday that can talk to "stranger" girls comfortably is under 0.5%
>implying I don't wear full Rick and make you autists cower in my presence
jeans and white tee shirts for me. Also I used to have long hair but now I cut it my self because scraping my head with a buzzer every 2 weeks is better than having mad hair in your face and having to dry it every morning, plus peoples automatic respect when they see me has tripled, I would highly recommend it.
Renault is so bad they have basically withdrawn themselves from all markets that have japanese or german cars.
>google renault dealer new england
Yes, it's that bad.
not really, I work as tech support for a fairly large law firm so I need to be dressed semi nice, I am also almost never in my office due to the fact that most of the lawyers are in their 60's and are absolutely retarded when it comes to tech. I also enjoy suit and tie, although if it is a cheap suit it is understandable.
Or alternatively grow a pair and get your self some nice clothes and make sure you keep up your hygiene and you would be surprised how much social autism can be wiped out by a nice suit and a good haircut, it is not a substitute for social skills but it helps. Talking to yourself in the mirror also helps.
yes, it's not like people are going to be jumping on your cock or anything but just how people talk to you changes slightly and dumb shit like the amount of people who sit next to me on the bus has sky rocketed after I did it
I have a very distinct jawline and "rectangular" face and clean it every day, so perhaps it's just my social skills that need developing then.
Don't know if that's encouraging or depressing - a bit of both I guess.
I just buy everything from American Apparel or Uniqlo.
>not buying all you cloths on amazon
last time I wen't into a shop the person came up to me, asked if I need help, I panicked mumbled "s-sorry" and left with out buying anything. never again
this isnt super accurate but it is a good guide, I would have to actually see your face to judge but if it is rectangular you usually don't want to have long hair on a rectangular face.
>go to a big tittied hair stylist
>tell her to just keep some length on the top and do whatever she thinks looks good
>she massages my head while washing my hair
>get to feel her tities on my arm and the illusion of loving hands caressing me
trench coat and fedora are actually fairly nice especially during the winter if your over 60 and have a 5'oclock shadow. too bad I'm a a faggy twenty year old who cant rock anything but jeans and a tshirt.
I guess the reason is because they don't care and it really shows.
I used to think looking like a hobo or at least looking horribly uncomfortable in whatever you chose to wear this morning is kind of part of the uniform of someone who works in IT. Somehow people think you are some kind of genius and respect you for what you are when they see you like that.
I soon realized that it's not the case, if they would take care of themselves and listen to people they could be so much better off. Look at people like Stallman. Sure, he is respected by his equally careless followers, but I can guarantee that he could be so much more influential and succesful if he'd at least try to look like a grown up. And I honestly think he is an idiot for not realizing that himself.