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    Quote Originally Posted by Youngbp04 View Post
    I am not gay, but this thread went to hell quickly...

    I do have gay friends though and that is a bit offensive as well as an incorrect statement...being straight I still dress better than some of my gay friends...

    Just because I spent the time to go get fitted for my suit (a few times) is not gay it means that I care about what a client or potential clients first impression is of me. If you take care of the way you look and dress, gives the sense that you care about your product. Whether that is the way it should be or not, it is the way it is...
    THIS x eleventy billion. Gay men can dress like complete schlubs, and straight men up to their elbows in poon can dress NICELY. Has nothing to do with sexual orientation.

    We ladies check men out, as you do us. We look for clean fingernails, clothes from at least the current decade, shoes that aren't falling apart and scuffed to all hell, basically we take interest in the guy who looks like he considers how he presents himself and makes an effort. Just because he does this doesn't mean he's off to look for a cock to suck.

    SO tired of the "fag" argument, it is offensive and childish.
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    I only do Dolce and Gabbana for shirts and tees because the cotton they use is awesome and comfortable and actually fits me to a tee! I have been disatisfied with all others...
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    What suck is being a big guy very little stuff out there for us. Anything that fits my shoulders chest and gut (Iknow I'm working on the belly) is way to long, I keep saying I should start a clothing company for people like me.
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    I believe the fit is part of the equation. Personally, I also take the quality of the garment into consideration. I work in the fashion industry, so I know my fit/style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [Petrolsexual] View Post
    Only question I have is why is it cool these days to dress like a fag?!
    Way out of line.

    Great read; thanks for the insight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [Petrolsexual] View Post
    Only question I have is why is it cool these days to dress like a fag?!


    Could you elaborate on this a little more, is there a specific style that your talking about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Epidel View Post
    Could you elaborate on this a little more, is there a specific style that your talking about?
    I'm sure i know what he means. men wearing tight fitting shirts and jeans. Gays started that trend and then jersey shore arrived with it and now douches do it....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Robbins View Post
    I'm sure i know what he means. men wearing tight fitting shirts and jeans. Gays started that trend and then jersey shore arrived with it and now douches do it....
    Thank you.

    + pinks shirts, huge ridiculous gucci sun glases, pink ties etc, plucked eyebrows, shaved everywhere..

    Just look at what is the "cool" picture of a "male" rolemodel today in cinema and on tv...
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    Pink is a great color on a man. They're all trying to get up in some pink, why not wear it?
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