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Ridikzappa 3:03 Fri Jan 10
Superdry record profit loss
Council estate try-hard fashion chain Superdry has warned that its profits could be wiped out after sales fell sharply over Christmas.

The problem with Superdry stuff is that its really hard to spot. They need to put the label on somewhere 😂

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-51060580?app=news.business.story.51060580.page

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eusebiovic 11:58 Sat Jan 11
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Strictly for people who have no real concept of style or how to effectively co-ordinate colours together.

It's easy and you don't have to think about it too much and every other cunt is wearing it so it MUST be good.

Any Old Iron 2:07 Sat Jan 11
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The sell overpriced tat to people who look like shit. It's garbage anti-fashion for slobs.
Don't know how they lasted so long.

After8 1:43 Sat Jan 11
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Cant stand them. Cant stand the founder. Cant stand the staff. Cant stand the people who wear it.

Cheezey Bell-End 1:42 Sat Jan 11
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What have they done to you?

After8 1:40 Sat Jan 11
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Hope it collapses.

Charoo 1:26 Sat Jan 11
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Don’t even sell towels in there - fucking fraud of a brand.

Cheezey Bell-End 12:53 Sat Jan 11
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They need to choose a new country to pretend to come from.

RM10 12:41 Sat Jan 11
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Overpriced label shit

lowermarshhammer 12:35 Sat Jan 11
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ゲームオーバー

Jim79 11:02 Fri Jan 10
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Hardly surprising, their clothes haven't changed since they launched 15 odd years ago, literally exactly the same stuff. Massive shops that I don't think I have ever walked past and seen more than 3 people in there.
Awful clobber than in my world only some dickhead in I.T. wears. Dreadful.

Nurse Ratched 10:23 Fri Jan 10
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I took a wild punt, Bally.

On The Ball 10:19 Fri Jan 10
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Nurse Ratched 8:54 Fri Jan 10

What an amazing guess! How did you ever know? ;)

https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2018-08-03-shrien-dewani-finds-love-with-man-four-years-after-honeymoon-murder-trial/

Must have been the grief.

Don Ravioli 9:30 Fri Jan 10
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Horrible clothes.
For people that have no idea what a decent bit of clobber is.

Nurse Ratched 8:54 Fri Jan 10
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Did that Dewani prick ever come out as GHEY in the end?

bruuuno 8:53 Fri Jan 10
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That dewani bloke didn’t do them any favours either

Feed Me Chicken 8:46 Fri Jan 10
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Good, that prick who owns it was against democracy and gave a massive wad to the failed peoples vote.

Mike Oxsaw 5:23 Fri Jan 10
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Have the shareholders been super rinsed?

Russ of the BML 5:09 Fri Jan 10
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Superdry has had its day. It was a clever brand at first as it was brash enough to come in quite expensive which led people to believe it was a stand out brand. But actually, it's just shit, and people have cottoned on to it being a bit shot for the money. All it is now is a perceived expensive line of clothing for chavs and gippos.

Mike Oxsaw 5:07 Fri Jan 10
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Could always start a few new threads.

ironsofcanada 5:04 Fri Jan 10
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I think it is because their Japanese is too literal.


I remember talking to my Japanese sister in law about it years ago, so, more seriously, it that not just the ebb and flow of fashion?

I forward to the day when I stop seeing people wearing Canada Goose jackets in temperatures that are 15-20 degrees too warm.

BeauLarkyBuff 4:57 Fri Jan 10
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Didn't the original founder jack it in to start up his cider business ( or is that a different Dunkerton?).

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