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_E271576, originally uploaded by ttwelve.

outtake from the other night. this one was a little too dark to be a good fake banksy graffiti, but i like the pose best because i took my scarf and bag off so i could jump off the ledge quicker, exposing my AWESOME hoodie. this hoodie has gotten me into so many fights and i have only had it for like 5months. it's the i (hella) <3 sf hoodie from 4fifteen and i love it because it's so subtle (the hella part) so non-sf natives like to try and tell me about how "we" don't wear that kind of hoodie here. then i get to get in a fight about just how long ago they moved here, and how that is usually less time than my youngest child has been alive. 4fifteen is one of my all-time fav clothing brands and i buy ALL their stuff as soon as it hits print (in fact i am currently waiting for them to say when the ladies grind & hustle shirts are done so i can grab one) anyways, i was glad to see them get some press over at scoutmob recently. all you non-bay aryans can pick up some gear and rep sf around the rest of the world for us.

all of us say hella a lot hehe! altho my roomate is always like "NO! ITS HELLUV! TALK LIKE A NORTHERN CALIFORNIAN AND NOT SOMEONE FROM THE VALLEY!" because "hella" was what you said below the santa cruz line, and if you were from more north you were supposed to say "helluv". people get in srs fights about it too, it's lolzy. i say both, but i use helluv to mean like HELLA HELLA!
heh. You can generally spot a non-native as anyone who says that "we" don't wear... absolutely anything ever. The only outfit I might feel safe in consigning to a tourist would be a tea party shirt and shorts in the financial district. But even then it would be guessy.
hehe right? i think people not from here have to say "we" so they feel like they are a part of something and not just someone living here for a few years after college.