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Originally Posted by alecd423 View Post

...I will completely admit that i am a "brand whore" I only wear Nike shoes, and in general Nike clothing.  I would never wear Adidas or any other brand for that matter.  

 

Please tell me you're 15. Or around that age.

post #407 of 436
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Originally Posted by JCYC5 View Post

 

Please tell me you're 15. Or around that age.


I was thinking the same thing.

post #408 of 436
18
post #409 of 436

pretty close still.

post #410 of 436
Is that a problem?
post #411 of 436

nope, i didn't say anything about the branding etc as they did, i'm just talking about the numbers.

post #412 of 436

ohh, gotcha.

And i did not mean for that to sound bad if it was perceived that way.

post #413 of 436
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Originally Posted by Darknet View Post

That's a bit over generalizing lol I'm a "teen" but you would never catch me wearing beats xD
haha  I know you mean for the majority of the population....
Totally agree with what you're saying though some of my friends own beats and seem to love them.... oh and don't miss out for the remark on the beats mixrs 
"I don't buy these for the looks, I buy them for the sound" xD best thing I've heard in a while

I'm a teen as well and I feel every single one of my friends that wears beats should be slapped. Also, best line I heard was on another thread some1 said
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Beats are good because they have a lot of hertz
post #414 of 436
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Originally Posted by DutchGFX View Post

I'm a teen as well and I feel every single one of my friends that wears beats should be slapped. Also, best line I heard was on another thread some1 said
I play basketball and so many high school kids were walking around showing off their brand new solos lololol
post #415 of 436
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Originally Posted by alecd423 View Post

I play basketball and so many high school kids were walking around showing off their brand new solos lololol

On the hockey bus, maybe 8/18 kids wear beats. I get made fun of for my Q701's, until I let them listen hehe. My K167 look less, well, stupid I guess haha the q's are a little large. Hopefully they all convert to AKG smily_headphones1.gif, unlikely however.
post #416 of 436
Yeah i rock some dt770's but no one says anything.
post #417 of 436
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Originally Posted by alecd423 View Post

Yeah i rock some dt770's but no one says anything.

A nice pair of Beyers, like the DT770, and a pair of Ultrasones are the last 2 headphones I am looking to buy ATM, to have 1 from every major brand. smily_headphones1.gif
post #418 of 436
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Originally Posted by DutchGFX View Post

On the hockey bus, maybe 8/18 kids wear beats. I get made fun of for my Q701's, until I let them listen hehe. My K167 look less, well, stupid I guess haha the q's are a little large. Hopefully they all convert to AKG smily_headphones1.gif, unlikely however.
I feel very bad for you. Open back cans on a bus.
post #419 of 436
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Originally Posted by linglingjr View Post

I feel very bad for you. Open back cans on a bus.

Lolllll t since I don't like most of them, music = loud. They can hear it, but I can't hear them smily_headphones1.gif
post #420 of 436
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Originally Posted by stevenlongs View Post

If they already have the beats don't be a ****** and go show them your headphones saying how it stomps theirs for half the price. They already have them...let them be happy.

Not everything is about pure function. Just look at your car, your clothes... you are branded just like everyone else.

Clothes? All of my clothes are branded, but plain simple. V-Necks and many colors.

Cars? Unless it is a sports car, it's just because of making it modern.
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