Tumblr of the Week: Swag or No Swag?

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OFWGKTA's frontman Tyler the Creator has been spreading the trend of placing the word "swag" at the end of his sentences on Twitter (@fucktyler).

Hence, his not all that cool swag trend has led us to this week's pick for Tumblr of the Week: Swag or No Swag.

More on what's awesome about this week's Tumblr of the Week after the jump...

Swag or No Swag is a blog that solely consists of polling people for their opinion on whether or not something or someone has swag. The most popular topics that people judge are fashion lines, trends, old school photos, memes, celebrities, and pictures of hipsters being douchebags.

In order to save everyone some time of sifting through an endless page of odd pictures and whatnot, here are some of the best music-related Swag or No Swag topics. Tell us your opinions about the following pictures and rate the swag.

Usually the consensus is predictable, but either way, it's fun to vote and judge various pictures of ridiculous people and things.

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