Wearing the appropriate clothes

I know it's normal but people act on their clothes and are defined by their clothes. My clothes indicate how religious and ascetic I am, but they also indicate I know how to dress and how responsible and manly I am. Wearing brown flannel and a blue and yellow holey T-shirt indicates an average, regular guy who's one step towards being popular though not extremely popular, my beliefs stand despite opposition and are probably about to change. I know who I am but I don't have to hold on it, as for my clothes, I'm still a longhair and I wear a denim jacket, shoes, long hair, and a gold analogue watch, and sunglasses in the sun literally because I'm just a regular guy, I take pride in the comfortable and not quality clothes I wear.
I don't dress for the fashion or the style, my "style" is spirituality, mostly religion to the point that it invites ridicule, and being very busy and hectic, the religion you've chosen to ignore.

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  • You sound like a fucking idiot and I don’t need to see or know what you are wearing to work that out

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    • I was wearing religious clothes, remember religion?!

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      • What the fuck are religious clothes! Do they take themselves off to church every Sunday!!!

        As for remembering religion, my experience of it was a load of sadistic perverted bastards that ran the catholic school I attended many years ago. They all hid behind some mythical creature they called god and used it as an excuse to mistreat and abuse the young people in their care.

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        • A bad experience with religion, right, religion's evil, it's embarrassingly evil. I was brainwashed into religion, it's all good.

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      • What classifies as religious clothing. Remember wearing a colander on your head counts as a religious clothing item.

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  • How do clothes define your religion?! Unless you walk around with a shirt that has a crucifix on it, or "Allah is great", or whatever... it does not even hint at your religion!

    You being silly Hans.

    Tho I wonder... what do my clothes tell you about me.

    I wear jeans, businessy leather shoes, button shirt (darker colors, sometimes striped), top two buttons undone, golden cross necklace showing, Greaser hairstyle and in winter - classic black leather jacket.

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    • If it's instructed by Puritan laws to dress that way then it defines your religion, simple as that. But denouncing it I don't wear a specific set of clothes, however I can play around with clothes to have a certain look. You know, the old wino in town look dressing in extremely basic, unpretentious clothes and a fedora with jeans and black shoes, or I could go for the average man look, hair brushed to the side, red, yellow and blue flannel, brown pants and blue shoes. I look about the same as the guy on the bus dressing in these ways, I'm currently unemployed and am nervous about any job, the excitement is just what I need for employment. I was wrong saying I got my Christmas money this Wednesday, there is no Christmas money, it takes forever to have any extra money.

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  • judging people by clothes is bias, you dont know who they are by what they wear, the real person is on the inside not on the outside of the wearing of clothes

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    • Clothing is a identifier for whomever is wearing it.

      Then again have a guy with 10 in charisma and they can be whomever they damn want to be.

      Saw a guy during a military to civilian transitioning class and he could get a job at whatever place he damn wanted with that charisma.

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      • Yes with charisma, not with your 10-year-old sergeant outfit, you go to the interview dressed in your best suit, you don't go in there as if you already worked in the navy.

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    • Of course not, I don't know a man is a naval officer by his clothes, he might work in a department store despite his clothes being navy clothes. Do you realise he can be a paranoid dick as a naval officer, ready to kill?

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  • The only thing I look for is if its clean and neat, unless they are obviously in work clothing.

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  • Hans is actually the guy from the room.

    🤣

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  • I wear a lot of cashmere in the wintertime. 🐐😋

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