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Being a freak in a modern society?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Muir Dec 29, 2010. 82 Replies

Hey guys, You've probably expect me to write about some serious disorder after a main title like that. Well actually it is more my lifestyle that makes me a freak in the eyes of so many people. You…Continue

Tags: society, freak, lifestyle, Edge, Straight

My humble introductory

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael1359 Aug 3, 2010. 5 Replies

Greetings to all men and  women on the board. As I've seen there several women members too and that would be rude not to say hello to them, as it is very expected from a gentleman, right? :)My name…Continue

 

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Csaba Fabian left a comment for Gergely
"Hey, thanks for accepting my request. It's good to see a fellow countryman around here!"
Jul 18, 2012
Gergely and Csaba Fabian are now friends
Jul 1, 2012
Gergely replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Favorite Cologne?
"JPG - Le Male Terrible"
Feb 27, 2012
Gergely replied to Stephen Larsen's discussion Asking for a Raise
"Yeah Morgan I hear you, actually I'm in finance at the company but I'm getting more and more involved intohet fields liek IT, sales or even logistics. I'm not complaining it's good to get know new areas I just need a compensation…"
Jan 31, 2011
Gergely replied to Stephen Larsen's discussion Asking for a Raise
"Hey guys,   I know this has already been discussed before, but how would you do this in email? My boss is located in France and I need to ask him directly for a raise as my local bosses can't do anything. Appreciate your ideas."
Jan 31, 2011
Gergely replied to Italian Stallion's discussion Advice to Your Past Self
"I would go little back farther to age 14-16. Don't drink, do drugs or smoke. Do some sport instead, don't quit Kempo. Go to High Shool then to College afterwards. Don't quarell with your old man, listen to him and spend as much time…"
Jan 27, 2011
Gergely replied to Tom Hardy's discussion What's Your Epitaph?
"I won't have a headstone."
Jan 27, 2011
Gergely replied to Clint Connolly's discussion Who are your heroes?
"Hmm.. to answer this I have to dig deep... no JK. Well, I like nice clothes and style. I do believe that appearance counts especially when you make a first impression, liek when you attend on a job interview. Altho I haven't been always this…"
Jan 27, 2011
Gergely replied to Clint Connolly's discussion Who are your heroes?
"Hey Clint, that photo of your dad is like he's an undercover cop, that sideburns rock :) No offense intended.   As for being scary, I don't know never considered myself as scary rather say I'm  kind of serious. Of course…"
Jan 26, 2011
Gergely and Clint Connolly are now friends
Jan 25, 2011
Gergely replied to Clint Connolly's discussion Who are your heroes?
"Wow Clint your grandfather looks a very stylish and well built gentlemen and yes indeed like he was an oldschool gangster from the Goodfellas :) Did he do any sports to get that impressive physique displayed in the second photo?   I'm…"
Jan 24, 2011
Clint Connolly commented on Gergely's blog post Wristwatches
"I'm a big fan of watches - one part of a million of the expensive tastes I started to develop from my father.  I only wear Seiko "automatic" watches - not too expensive because I don't let myself waste too much…"
Jan 24, 2011
Gergely replied to Clint Connolly's discussion Who are your heroes?
"Hey Clint, well yes I try to do my best growing up to the task and be as good man as my father was.   I'm from Hungary, but never heard that song, it's might just not my generation's song or something... At my previous employee I…"
Jan 24, 2011
Gergely replied to Clint Connolly's discussion Who are your heroes?
"My heroe is my Father. He lived a respectable life, never cared about his needs but ours. When I was just a little kid he worked in 4 shifts at a chemical factory while he also took part-time jobs to get to be able providing food and clothes for his…"
Jan 24, 2011
Gergely replied to Mike MacDonald's discussion R.I.P. Jack LaLanne
"Seriously, pneumonia? That's so sad. I have never ever thought he would die any time soon. RIP Jack LaLanne. I'm still trying to perform that famous push up of his :)"
Jan 24, 2011
Gergely replied to Mark I.'s discussion What is your profession?
"Thanks Wayne, it does indeed!"
Jan 24, 2011

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Interests
Straight Edge, Old School and Sailor Tattoos, Kettlebell training, Credit Control, Krav Maga, Longboarding, Old Time Strongmen, Oldtime Physical Culture, Animals, NFL, Rugby, Australian Football, Arena Football, K1, MMA, Italian street fashion - the old style, Watches, Vintage stuff, obsessed with collecting boat shoes :)
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Axel Munthe - The Story Of San Michele, Books about WW I & II., Photo albums about old time stuff
Movies
A Clockwork Orange, Raging Bull, Gangs of New York, Fight Club, Bronson, Snatch, Shutter Island, The Shining, Casino, Once Upon a Time in America, Good Fellas, The Wanderers, A Bronx Tale, Little Fockers, Meet the Fockers, Remember the Titans, Mystic River, The Boondock Saints, Catch Me If You Can, The Departed, Along Came Polly
Music
50-60s melodies, jazz, swing, ska, sXe hardcore, deathcore, metal core, old school hip-hop
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THERE'S ALWAYS SOME GOOD IN BAD THINGS AND THERE'S ALWAYS SOME BAD IN GOOD THINGS. YOU JUST GOTTA BE ABLE TO RECOGNIZE THE GOOD OFF OF ALL. - MY FATHER (R.I.P.)

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AFTER SUMMING UP MY CLOSET....

Posted on August 21, 2010 at 2:24am 2 Comments

Yesterday I finished purging my closet and according to the missing pieces I made a priority list of clothes I have to get. First off all, summer is almost over which means I go to consider clothes for Fall/Winter in first place. It struck me by lightning that I don't own a pair of jeans that would fit me well, then came the recognition I'm out of long sleeve shirts and polo shirts, I don't have a trench coat or a harrington... and the list goes on.



Because all of the above mentioned… Continue

Beard growing in progress

Posted on August 21, 2010 at 12:30am 0 Comments

I have always had beard ever since I turned 17. I love to be bearded and many relatives/acquaintances of mine said they would not be able to imagine me with a full fresh shave, however once in a blue moon it has occurred. But let me tell you reaction was like people around me told how a round, ball-like head I had got. Although I had my ups with shaving when decided to go for a mustache with side burns… well it looked like this..…





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Shoes, shoes, shoes...

Posted on August 4, 2010 at 4:04am 2 Comments

Ever since we came back from Capri, I’m on the edge to get as many and as many kind of deck shoes as I can just get. I believe that is not normal, but I love deck shoes, especially to wear them sockless. For me it’s something like

women obsessed by shoes, high heels, sandals and so on…





Here is my little "collection”… I bought the black one yesterday, but still looking for new ones :)…

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Wristwatches

Posted on August 4, 2010 at 2:12am 3 Comments

I have always been a huge fan of men wristwatches, although I’m not an expert about their mechanics or anything like that. I just like them, especially if they have weight and over sized but delicately designed case. So far I own a sport watch only as I’m still on the lookout for a Dress Watch of some kind, whether it’s a vintage or a modern one. Still planning to begin saving for a serious, delicately designed, trustworthy dress watch. Brands I'm thinking of Omega, Breitling, Certina, Tissot,… Continue

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At 9:08am on July 18, 2012, Csaba Fabian said…

Hey, thanks for accepting my request. It's good to see a fellow countryman around here!

At 6:48pm on August 5, 2010, Dave said…
Hey man I notice we have some similar interests. I've been training in Krav for the past 4 months. It's pretty hard core but awesome training. If you're interested in Italian street style I strongly reccommend you visit http://thesartorialist.blogspot.com/. It's the blog of a photographer that travels the world taking photos of stylish people. Italians feature regularly. It's a real inspiration.
At 8:48pm on August 2, 2010, Brett McKay said…
Welcome to the Community, Gergely. Thanks for joining us from Hungary.
At 4:32pm on August 1, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Hi there Gergely. Welcome to AoM! Also, I'd like to give you a friendly invite to check out my group, The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you with us.
 
 
 

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