Just a reminder, if you unironically wear vidya related clothing or have vidya related tattoos you are the definition of cringe.
I wear star wars shirts all the time
You could be wearing a vidya related shirt with the intention of trying to look like a tool on purpose, but if you wear vidya related clothing with the intention of thinking it looks good, you are a true autist who should be wearing fingerless gloves and a fedora with a trench coat.
1. We already have this thread
2. If I were to get this on a shirt, the logo being roughly 3 inches by 3 inches in the bottom left corner from the wearer's perspective, would that be cringeworthy?
>If I were to get this on a shirt, the logo being roughly 3 inches by 3 inches in the bottom left corner from the wearer's perspective, would that be cringeworthy?
To be honest... nah, it wouldn't.
Don't kid yourself, outside of Madden, FIFA and all the mobile shit video games are definitely not mainstream, and you really are announcing to the world your faggotry if you wear clothing that prominently displays a video game logo/character.
>wearing anything ironically
So just wear a t-shirt. regardless of videogame content, shirts with shitty brands/characters/mascots all over them are tacky as fuck. I don't even buy those as souvenirs because I won't ever wear them.
Find the right person. Met my gf at my last job and she is a bigger nerd than me. She actually has a collection of 50+ figures. Don't rush it, because when you find the right person you won't need to. The worst thing you can do to yourself is not go out. Get a job, go to school, you'll meet plenty of people.
You could also wear a shirt that says "I hate faggots and beaners" and girls will still get wet at the sight of you if you're a Chad Thundercock. When you're a Chad, nothing you wear/eat/say/do matters.
I've got this sweet hand painted shirt that I got from a thrift store about 15 years ago that has a volcano erupting on it and a villagers fleeing for their lives and it states "I Survived Mt Pinatubo!". It's my favorite shirt.
>I'm the farthest thing from Chad Thundercock
That's what they all say. You're probably full of shit anyway, and are just upset someone disagrees with your choice of wearing a super sweet, dope ass triforce shirt that shows what a 1337 gaymur you are.
>Caring about what other people wear or what tattoos they have
What someone wears says a lot about them though.
For example; A white man wearing incredibly baggy jeans usually means that he is into nigger culture and listens to rap music. I stay away from people like this.
>Go ahead and enjoy that friend zone for the rest of your life
Spoken like a true retard.
>Maybe when you stop giving a shit about what other people do you'll have a chance.
Yep, you've got extra chromosomes alright.
No you're not, anon, everyone is shy to an extent. I'm only a few years older than you (I'm 22) and I can say that you have plenty of time. Like I said, even if it sounds cheesy as fuck, you'll find the right person. It may not be at your college, but when you find her, you're going to forget about being shy. Just take it slow, enjoy life, and everything will fall into place. Now, if you're 45 and we're having this discussion, that's a different story, but you got plenty of time.
I don't really care if people wear vidya-related clothing or whatever, but I don't like spending much on clothes and graphic tees and shit are pretty much always made with uncomfortable as fuck materials anyways.
Tattoos are always dumb shit though.
Lmao, you didn't figure out shit, Mr. Hardcore Gaymur who wears gaming shirts. You see, you are so pathetic you actually feel the need to create a false girlfriend to make yourself sound less pathetic because you admitted to wearing video game shirts.
The design is okay-ish but the hoodie itself looks like the shit you'd see on the skater kids in highschool. I'm not saying don't wear hoodies, but get something nice and comfy for yourself. use dressing rooms.
When you pull the "lmao yur never gunna get laid like I do" card you basically prove anyone calling you an insufferable normalfag correct. I don't care about your gf or your shirt, just saying.
Thanks, yea, I'll try and not worry about it to much. I just go full spaghetti mode when I realize I like a girl.
If he's happy, I can't hate on the Zelda shirt, I'd rather wear a zelda shirt everyday for the rest of my life than be depressed and lonely and wear normal stuff.
I couldn't have cringed harder
>Le Molly Whop
Shit dude, it's unsalvagable
>I'd rather wear a zelda shirt everyday for the rest of my life than be depressed and lonely and wear normal stuff.
How would wearing a Zelda related shirt make you happier, if you don't mind me asking?
I never pulled that card. I pulled the "if you don't stop being such a fucking dickhead people may like you more" card. Seriously, caring this much about what other people wear is one of the saddest things I have ever seen. There's no way he's not extremely lonely, bullied, or both.
I wear this and don't give a single fuck what some neckbears on /v/ think.
I just meant, like, wearing a zelda shirt is the least of my worries. It doesn't make you happy, but if you have the confidence to wear it, without feeling like shit, and worrying if someone will call you out. Sorry if I worded that weirdly.
I can't imagine why you'd ever claim connection to this place and the /v/ is too high up like the other guy said, but hey, you've got a place to hang and you're repping so I say shine on your crazy diamond.
Look Im not gonna wear what isn't comfortable on me. If I order it and it sucks, too bad. Doesn't cost a lot, like 7 dollars on ebay. But you'd have to look hard to even notice it's video game related, and even then you can just claim you somehow got it from a store or whatever....
I'm not doing anything to help my case am I...?
Fine I won't buy it goddamit
You have to be a mega bitch to wear something and then lie about what it is/is a reference to. If you're going to wear something at least have the nuts to say "yes, this is my videogame shirt".
Don't sweat it, anon. You could be a lot worse off, good on you for both going to school and having a job. You'll probably always be shy, but you'll learn to adapt. And you never know, your future wife is probably just as shy as you, going full spaghetti whenever she sees a guy.
Hit the nail on the coffin i literally knew someone like this back in elementary school
meanwhile Brand of Sacrifice and other anime related tatoos are so much better m'ritie?
kid in school who wore blank t-shirts and cargo pants and picked his own scabs
That's basically every middle schooler in the early 2000s, what are you on my man?
Video game clothes are inexcusable under any situation, but the only way you won't get made fun of (at least to your face) for wearing on of those cringe magnets is if you're good looking. Really.
Is that the Berserk one? Idk, it's a cool little symbol but I'm not one for tats unless they have some sort of meaning aside from "I like this piece of media"
but i would get a joestar birthmark tattoo
if i had the will to work out
>And you never know, your future wife is probably just as shy as you, going full spaghetti whenever she sees a guy.
This is just laughable. I think you quoted the wrong person, but don't fill the dude with false hope man.
what vidya clothing is okay to wear, /v/?
something super obscure that only one or two people will get?
I never got bullied, but I knew people who had the unfortunate experience of wearing video game clothing and being "that kid." Also haven't been in high school for the better part of 10 years, family. Project harder.
Same reason a TV tee or a superhero tee is to be ashamed of.
It's garish, unfashionable, and tacky in every situation. Even at cons.
Unless it's a really obscure reference, see >>322717751
>You don't even know me
I know you both lack the nuts to wear the clothes you want to wear and are such a pussy that you told yourself if you were to wear said clothes then you would at least have the escape route of being able to lie about their nature. Both of these things speak of a childish individual.
Just a reminder, if you unironically watch e-sports, twitch streamers or youtube "personalities" you are the definition of cancer.
You are unnecessarily letting the whole world know that you are a "proud gamer" and it really comes off as cringey and obnoxious. Like, no one cares. It's akin to all the people who would post the "I play games not because I have no life, but because I choose to have many" bullshit on social media.
Don't worry, I'm sure mommy thinks you look sharp in your totally rad Metroid shirt.
1. People aren't supposed to get clothing
2. The more obscure, the less likely people will find out about your shit taste
3. If you run into another person who has your taste, the more obscure, the more satisfying.
>people are seriously taking this shitty excuse for bait
You're no different. You won't wear video game stuff the same as me, admit it you shit! You're afraid of the outside world just as me, you're as self concious as me, as insecure as me, otherwise you wouldn't be here! You don't get to talk to me like that you fuckinv faggit!
the sad part is people actually defend this shit
It's quite simple. If you have to broadcast your interests and hobbies then you probably don't have a very interesting personality to begin with.
>being ashamed of your interests
>caring for the approval of others
Such a sad and unfulfilled existence you must lead.
Wearing a shirt you get from a rock concert is cringy, then? Or wearing school logos? Or wearing your favorite color as a shirt?
You are putting way too much stock in the importance of everyday clothing. Its a fucking shirt. What matters is that you don't wear it in an inappropriate circumstance.
I silkscreen print my own shirt designs, some of which are vidya. I also wear a rainbow hoodie because I like colorful clothing and don't care if people assume I'm a homosexual because of something I wear.
C'mon anon, people are shit. Don't worry too much about what they think of your tastes.
I enjoy it, but it has a sprite that may in some way resemble drawings of japanese origin
Sorry, it's not my viewpoint, it's a funny shirt, but you will instantly become "a weeboe who like drawn asian girls" by wearing that.
Source(s): Experience :'D
Btw I was just baiting you anon, in case it wasn't obvious. Thanks for the verbal entertainment, linear algebra tends to be so boring sometimes. And don't worry, I don't tend to give a crap what people think about what I wear. And all of you anon bros do the same, you hear? Just wear whaever you like and have fun.
What does /v/ think
imo the best way to wear vidya clothing is keep it not obvious that it's from vidya
>this poster will then make fun of someone wearing a pony shirt
Nice try, /v/.
>Wearing a shirt you get from a rock concert is cringy, then?
If you're not at a concert?
Yeah it kind of is. Same with school logos if you're not showing spirit for some kind of event. College is fine I guess, but if you're over 20 and wearing your varsity jacket it's sad.
I don't wear them but I sell them.
Stop saying it's cringe, you'll scare my customers away you slimy fuckwad!
I need people to lack self awareness to make buck.
Obviously, then it's not cringe. If they can't figure out source, they can't shame you for it.
>>322717751 posted a logo from Persona 4, an anime style high school game in which a main feature is building relationships with other anime high school girls.
Regardless of the source, the design is pretty sick, and the only people who would catch the reference are other people who played thegame and most likely enjoyed it.
>have "til all are one" in cybertron runes on the back of my neck
>always give them different explanation
>have recently started saying that it's hebrew for "walk in faith"
If a nigga doesn't recognize cybertronian calligraphy they don't deserve to know
should I take my autism to the next level and wear a different splatoon shirt every day?
there is nothing wrong about liking ponies
I wear this around my friends sometimes. I'm not even joking. They don't have a problem with it. If they did, they wouldn't be my friends.
I wear this around my friends when we get together to play videogames.
There's nothing wrong with fucking around with your buds. They wear different animals themselves.
Obscure references on t shirts are god tier
OP is an enormous faggot who froths in neckbeard rage at others who enjoy their interests while sitting behind a computer
I have a darksign tattoo
True confidence in one's appearance is what all warriors strive for
Sadly she isn't immune to GR15 like Emily is.
Here's a pic in a awful crew cut shirt with a cute Pusheen from like 2 weeks ago
Every shirt that can be used to label yourself is cringe to some extent. The level of cringeness will dependent on how acceptable the thing on your shirt is, meaning that music shirts are above movie/series shirts which are above vidya shirts in terms of normalfaggotry.
Please tell me you guys don't really believe this shit. I went to the club with a DBZ shirt and sweat bands just two days ago and I got alot of complements from dude bros and
Mexicanwomen. Granted I work out but that's besides the point.
DBZ is literally the most normie anime in existence though.
These are generally acceptable
And like you said, the most important thing to consider when talking about those things is apperance. You can wear almost anything without much problem when you are handsome.
>unironically wear vidya related clothing
What the fuck does that even mean? How the fuck do you "ironically" wear clothes? Does the guy in the Zelda shirt just tell everyone, "I'm wearing the shirt, but I actually hate Zelda."
Hey I wore this shirt to a new years party and got a bunch of compliments, does this make you mad? Also got a new years kiss, so pretty much get fukt op.