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Aviator Sunglasses

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  1. 1. Cool?

    • Hell yeah, I'm wearing a pair right now.
      10
    • Ugh, no. Hoary pieces of Face Kitsch, they are.
      10
    • I'm not gay, but I am pie-curious.
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Cool, or uncool?

Tasteful throwback, or just a tool for those desperate for attention?

Icon, or hoary piece of face kitsch?

I say hoary piece of face kitsch.

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sounds like you just talked yourself into buying a pair

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Was cool until I saw jase wear a pair.

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If you see it sported by the male cast of Jersey Shore, you have your answer.

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So....cool?

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I like the look of them, but I do agree that they are worn by many a douchebag. As such, I won't wear them for fear of looking like a douchebag, even though I like the look of them.

But if I let douchebags dictate the sunglasses I wear, am I not also a douchebag?

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What is "cool" anyway...:cool:

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mmmmm...pie curious

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With Wayfarers, they form the Holy Duo of Eye Awesomeness.

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