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post #61 of 180
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It happened again last night? I was in the middle of talking to some girl I met at a lounge and she said "I wanted to come over and say hi to you, but you looked so intimidating"

Wha??
post #62 of 180
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Originally Posted by Saltricks View Post

It happened again last night? I was in the middle of talking to some girl I met at a lounge and she said "I wanted to come over and say hi to you, but you looked so intimidating"

Wha??

Happens to me all the time. I'm unapproachable, intimidating, and pretentious.
post #63 of 180
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Happens to me all the time. I'm unapproachable, intimidating, and pretentious.

And modest.smile.gif
post #64 of 180
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post


And modest.smile.gif

HAha!
post #65 of 180
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Originally Posted by bourbonbasted View Post


+1. Prime example was the other night at a bar some dude goes "Awesome jacket, where can I get one?" To which I replied Brunello Cucinelli and he immediately was confused and replied "Wow, well I didn't realize it was some fancy shit." Not even like he knows BC but just an Italian name is enough to scare off/draw judgement from the uniformed.

Nice. biggrin.gif
post #66 of 180
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Happens to me all the time. I'm unapproachable, intimidating, and pretentious.

Apparently I'm just a dick.
post #67 of 180
A big +1 to all the comments about being presumed arrogant, assholic, intimidating, gay, and dickish.

Then again, maybe it's because when someone compliments what I'm wearing, my stock reply is "Thanks, now get off my dick, townie."

I have learned to be more comfortable toning it down, though. To actually forego the sport coat from time to time when going out was a big step for me. I've found I've been more popular since. Or, you know, as popular as a disdainful prick can ever be.
post #68 of 180
I always get the gay thing. As though wearing pink shirts, loafers with no socks, cardigans and knit ties is in any way gay! I always have half a mind to bitch slap the motherfucker, but then I'd have to let go of all the dicks.
post #69 of 180
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I always get the gay thing. As though wearing pink shirts, loafers with no socks, cardigans and knit ties is in any way gay! I always have half a mind to bitch slap the motherfucker, but then I'd have to let go of all the dicks.

Be proud and fight homophobia...

We all are behind you.
post #70 of 180
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post


Be proud and fight homophobia...

We all are behind you.

Or would he prefer we were in front of him? mwink[1].gif
Edited by bourbonbasted - 9/26/11 at 10:40am
post #71 of 180
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Originally Posted by Texastyle View Post


Apparently I'm just a dick.

And a small one.
post #72 of 180
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post


And a small one.


I've been told that I'm quite.... average smile.gif
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I've been told that I'm quite.... average smile.gif

I'm average ..for a white man....

Nothing to brag about..
post #74 of 180
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post

Never. I carefully vet my venues.

+1. I'm never over or under dressed.
post #75 of 180
Interesting thread, to which I'll quote Oscar Wilde
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You can never be overdressed or overeducated
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