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post #9556 of 16270
If words cannot convince people in MC Casual that they often wear their jeans TOO HIGH, then the wedgie and mooseknuckle above should be able to convey that thought pretty well
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post #9558 of 16270
IST looking great again. What's the make of the scarf?
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

If words cannot convince people in MC Casual that they often wear their jeans TOO HIGH, then the wedgie and mooseknuckle above should be able to convey that thought pretty well

yah. sorry HF, no hate, but the pants need to come down a bit. no homo.
post #9560 of 16270
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

Doc, that's the wrong cut for you. Try the 514's. They're the midpoint between the 501's and the 511's. Will give you a larger rise and a bit more room in the thigh/crotch. Also, get the length a size longer.

 

Nah, it's my last experiment, as I said. Not worth the cost & time for something I wear so rarely. I may relent in another couple of years, if I get bored again! Thanks for the advice though.

 

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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

If words cannot convince people in MC Casual that they often wear their jeans TOO HIGH, then the wedgie and mooseknuckle above should be able to convey that thought pretty well


lol, I'm pleased to educate the next generation!

 

I do think the wedgie was only temporary when I first put them on though. Thankfully. For my nads. Either that, or they've become anaesthetised.

 

Oh shit.... biggrin.gif

post #9561 of 16270
I see the wedgie, but if that's a moose knuckle, it's a baby moose knuckle. HF, I think your jeans look fine. SW&Denizens, feel free to cast aspersions upon me... biggrin.gif
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I see the wedgie, but if that's a moose knuckle, it's a baby moose knuckle. HF, I think your jeans look fine. SW&Denizens, feel free to cast aspersions upon me... biggrin.gif

I agree. You don't dress MC the way Timotune or IST does, so why should your denim look like Crat's or the SW&Demonsenizens?

You dont look like Obama on his bike, so that's a positive. thumbs-up.gif

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 SW&Denizens, feel free to cast aspersions upon me... biggrin.gif

Shhhhhhhhhhh....even mentioning their name may call them to us.

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it's a baby moose

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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

I see the wedgie, but if that's a moose knuckle, it's a baby moose knuckle. HF, I think your jeans look fine. SW&Denizens, feel free to cast aspersions upon me... biggrin.gif

 

Are you casting aspersions on the size of my moose? patch[1].gif

 

(FWIW, as already said, I don't feel it's tight around the crotch itself i.e. no moose knuckle, though obviously I do see the wedgie at the back in those pics.)

post #9566 of 16270
I think they're fine, doc. Wear them a little lower—like gdl said, and like you said yourself they ended up after wearing them from some time—and I think you made the right choice. And keep the shirt in, if you want. Nothing wrong with that.
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i am having a hard time keeping track of all the aspersions being cast.
post #9568 of 16270
also, srs post.

HF, for your look, i think the fit is fine, and the tucked in look is fine too. i generally prefer that with a more MC type look anyways. they just need to be worn a touch lower, that is all.
post #9569 of 16270
HF, I try to avoid contemplating the composition of another man's moose knuckle. No judgment here.
post #9570 of 16270
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HF, I try to avoid contemplating the composition of another man's moose knuckle. No homo.

FTFY
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