|Tuesday, November 14th, 2006|
In the upcoming months, our company will introduce new led product line - Led Cross and Led Heart.
I would like to know your opinion about our new products?
We are planning to create some new stuff in this product line, so if you have any ideas, I would really appreciate your comments. May be you would like to wear apples, roses ...
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|Sunday, October 8th, 2006|
I come to this community in desperation. I have been searching the internet high and low for information on how to turn sneakers into platforms, and I can find NOTHING. Not a DAMN thing. This is getting really frustrating. So I figured I'd post here, since club kids tend to be rather crafty.
Basically, what I need to know is how the platform part is made/what it's made of, and how exactly it attaches to the bottom of the shoe. If you know ANYTHING about this process WHATSOEVER, I would appreciate it sooooo much if you could educate me. If you have a website I should look at, give me that too. If you know anyone who might know about this, it would be great if you could ask them for me.
Thanks in advance. I'm hoping someone here will be able to help me.
P.S.- If you don't know what I'm talking about, here
is a reference picture
|Wednesday, November 24th, 2004|
|Saturday, October 16th, 2004|
okay, this goes back to a discussion i had with a friend a few days ago. i just recently watched the movie "a clockwork orange" sometime around a month ago. it's a great and yet horrible movie i might add. anyway, i was talking with a couple of friends about how i think the main character (at the beginning of the movie at least) could easily have been a club kid. unfortunately neither of them knew what the hell a club kid is, so it was kind of hard to explain it to them. i absolutely love that character's fake eyelashes on one eye. and it's not just his fashion sense that made me think that, it's the little things like the fact that him and his buddies had their own words. for example "droogies" and michael alig had his "skrink and skrod" and other such things. so i got to thinking, maybe it's possible that movie influenced the early club kids a little? or maybe the club kids were already around and the movie helped to further the cause a little? if anyone has any idea or wants to add thier own ideas, please reply.
see you soon, my droogies
|Friday, September 10th, 2004|
Hey! Eve here, new to the community. I'll post pics in a bit. I'm here b/c I saw the movie "Party Monster" and was in love with the costumes. It made me happy. Yay! But, I'm into all things Glam, and all of that. So, here I am!
|Friday, April 30th, 2004|
Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow
I just wanted to say I've deleted all of my posts here it's been fun while it lasted but I no longer want to be a part of communities. So if your out there and enjoy what I do please do stop by my personal Journal and leave me some love.
love always and forever
|Friday, March 19th, 2004|
Does anyone know where on the net I can dowload club kids interviews?
|Thursday, January 22nd, 2004|
Yes I'm new...but I wasn't born yeaterday
I WANT TO BE VAIN TOO!! I'll add pictures once I get back on my own computer. But I bet you wanna know a little about me...if not...don't read. My name is Roxy I live in the center of the scum universe (Irvine) I have to travel very far to go to clubs. And I'm just odd. THE END. Current Mood: amused
|Tuesday, November 25th, 2003|
|Tuesday, November 11th, 2003|
hello glitter kiddo's.
I just joined and thought I would say hello. I'm a painter who lives in Denver. Always up for the next party and adore pretty people.
Anyhow all about me is on my website http://jamieroxx.tripod.com
Nice to meet you all.
Jamie Roxx Current Mood: amused
|Saturday, May 24th, 2003|
|Wednesday, December 11th, 2002|
|Wednesday, October 2nd, 2002|
Saturday OCT 5th, 2002
9:30 PM - Empire State Human
10:30PM- Stromkern (Germany)
11:30PM- SEABOUND (Germany)
On The Main Floor:
Ian Fford Spins
Alternative, Industrial & NewWave
In The Chamber:
Patrick & Cyn Spins
Gothic Dance and Darkwave
In The Playground:
Rob Xian & Hellraver Spins
During the Show - $15 With this Printout/Guestlist $20 without
After Show - $10 With this Printout/Guestlist $15 without
*Email Name to GHOVLZ@aol.com for guestlist*
18 TO ENTER 21 TO DRINK
Doors Open 8:30PM
251 WEST 30TH STREET (BET 7th & 8th AVES)
NEW YORK CITY
(212-695-3373 For Info)
|Tuesday, August 13th, 2002|
if anyone is interested in buying dread, plastik, yarn, braid, loose, tube, or wire extentions let me know. since i dont know how to post pictures you can see them athttp://www.gothauctions.com/auction/XcAPViewItem.asp?ID=36135
DONT waste your time bidding.. just email me directly at
email@example.com or even the email address given on the gothauction itself.
yaaay Current Mood: artistic
|Sunday, April 28th, 2002|
I remember first seeing club kids when I was little on Jenny Jones. I've always been inspired by the club kids of the past(early 90's), and I think that my style today is muchly influenced by them. They always carried themselves with so much confidence, and I have mucho respect for that. It's always nice to see people straying from the pack. Just think, if it weren't for them, pink hair dye might not be so readily accessible to those of us who need
it! Current Mood: cheerful
|Tuesday, December 25th, 2001|
figured i should try n get sum damn posting started here so...
new rock just put out sum yummie 8 inch boots
theyre kinda cute, but $289 for boots that i'll prolly only wear out is a lil expensive :/
|Sunday, November 11th, 2001|