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post #16 of 59
I've seen women draped in nothing other than caviar who look plenty appealing to me.

I could care little, what else they chose to wear.
post #17 of 59
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When I suggested to these female respondents that it was preposterous of women to moan about badly dressed men when they themselves credited them far higher than those who practice clothing perfection, they agreed: it is preposterous, they said, and it makes absolutely no sense that somehow their sexual mind should prefer scruff over splendour.
Women... in a nutshell.
post #18 of 59
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Originally Posted by Meursault- View Post
Women... in a nutshell.

The keepers of the vag are a mystery for sure.....
post #19 of 59
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Originally Posted by Chips View Post
I've seen women draped in nothing other than caviar who look plenty appealing to me.

I could care little, what else they chose to wear.

It is unlikely that you will actually meet this woman, rendering your opinion moot.

You could try to convince your next date to cover herself with deviled eggs, which are more economical and widely available.

- B
post #20 of 59
ROTFLMAO!!!!

Dually noted.
post #21 of 59
I understand that women consider Fresco cloth, ticket pockets and patch pockets on suits to be the ultimate aphrodisiac. And regard men who design suits thriftily enough to be worn as separates as "Mr. Right".
post #22 of 59
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Originally Posted by Film Noir Buff View Post
I understand that women consider Fresco cloth, ticket pockets and patch pockets on suits to be the ultimate aphrodisiac. And regard men who design suits thriftily enough to be worn as separates as "Mr. Right".

Don't forget the chocolate baritone like Barry White.


- B
post #23 of 59
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Don't forget the chocolate baritone like Barry White. - B
Just think of playing him in the background while flexing your Schpalla Commanche
post #24 of 59
If you dress well and cant attract women, then its not because of what your wearing.
post #25 of 59
Vino and Rohypnol even the playing field from what I hear.
post #26 of 59
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Originally Posted by Le Samourai View Post
If you dress well and cant attract women, then its not because of what your wearing.

In fairness to my friendship with the author, I'll post my actual thoughts on the article at the site itself. I will admit, inspired by the quoted post, that he once saw me attract a girl in an outfit so misjudged, I didn't post it here (or even on SW&D) - make of that what you will...

In general, he's also aware that his research isn't an exact science, and in fact welcomes any debate that this may inspire if picked up on
post #27 of 59
Damn, that is some bad writing. The guy goes at his sentences with a pair of pliers and a blowtorch.
post #28 of 59
Women and golf are in the same league.
post #29 of 59
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
I dunno I don't see being dressed up and shaved as more perfect than being unshaved and dressed more casually. Aren't those things contextual?

Generally, yes. But both he and I live in London, where you can easily have both kinds in the same office, bar, pub club and social scene, any time of the night and week, so you can appreciate that this would influence his perspective

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Originally Posted by Film Noir Buff View Post
Have you looked at the WYWRN thread? I think this article is a sobering reminder that too conservative and too flamboyant isn't nearly as good as ":just right".

True, though having an offbeat or in-between approach, as both he and I have, can exude a certain appeal - I'm often told by girls that I don't dress like any private (/public) school graduate they've met before, despite these roots exerting an influence on my outfits, and they'll often initiate a conversation by commenting on part, or all of my attire. In fact, it's a good ice breaker

LabelKing is reportedly a good example of "just right"
post #30 of 59
If one's highest priority in dressing is to appeal to women, then just tape stacks of money to your naked skin and confidently stride into their midst.
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