Originally Posted by LookSharp
On a scale of 1-10 what is her optimum gayness level?
Well she decided to instead date some 6'1 230-lb dude who would probably fart on her instead of this well-behaved and well dressed friend, so ... who knows. She's a moron, for what it's worth. But I will also date myself and state that I am very fresh out of a Master's program, with a wife who is getting a PhD. When we met (in undergrad), t-shirts/shorts/jeans were absolutely expected and fine. As we matured and as I went into the workforce, I began wearing polos and better fitting jeans with leather shoes, then button-downs. My wife appreciates it and thinks I look nice and mature. My wife's friend, who is 28 and a graduate student, tells me that I dress like I'm 40 because I don't still wear flip-flops and t-shirts. So, again, most younger, especially college-aged women who are single, probably would appreciate a guy who looks "normal" to them, such as one wearing jeans, shorts, a t-shirt, or a polo shirt. A suit, chinos, blazer/jacket, expensive shoes or some similar wardrobe would have been VERY out of place for an undergraduate. Cleaning it up a little by wearing something that fits better and looks more presentable would definitely win for "well-dressed," such as a decent fitting pair of jeans with a nice half-zip pullover sweater (not emblazened with A&F or some other logo). What SF thinks is "normal" or decent is probably not what's normal and decent to the typical college girl.