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https://kieljamespatrick.com/index.php/product/Triton_Collection


She is finally here!

I'm tempted but I reckon I might get done over by customs for some tax bs again baldy%5B1%5D.gif

KJP is awesome. I just ordered a couple of these:

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These are very nice. I like the combination of natural leather and sterling. Flathead also makes one that goes around the wrist twice with the "s" hook.

Flathead ones
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I wear a gift from my wife: a Jutta Neuman barbell bracelet, in "natural", but it's been several years, so it is pretty dark now, with a sterling silver barbell:
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and a Flathead S-shaped leather bracelet, also in natural with a sterling silver S:
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This is hilarious. Best way to wear one (or more than one) is not to wear any. The best bracelet for a man, besides a classic watch, is flesh. Don't do it. 

I'll come back here in a year or two to see what all the guys are doing for waxing their pubes, what the newest sundress for men will be, and to see how much further our gender has devolved into womanhood when it comes to "fashion."  

The best trick the devil ever played was not convincing everyone he didn't exist. It was creating "fashion" awareness among men. I am so glad I am fifty. I still have about thirty years to go before dying, if all goes well, but may take myself out sooner with a Mossberg to the face if this shit keeps up. 

Keep it classy, San Diego! 

Ok. Going to get my mani pedi now. I just bought a pair of open toe gladiator sandals with four inch ankle straps for spring on iamwomaneventhoiamman.com and want to start practicing before Spring rolls in. 


Compared to our historical counterparts, the men today wear very little jewelry or other frivolities. Just look at paintings for royalty from a couple of hundred years ago, and you'll see what I mean.

Even in contemporary times, men in other cultures wear way more jewelry than western men. That said, I limit my jewelry to watches, wedding ring, and cuff links (occasionally a tie clip). While I enjoy bracelets, I reserve them for when I do not feel like wearing a watch.
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The best bracelet for a man, besides a classic watch, is flesh.

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It rubs the lotion on its skin or else it gets the hose again.
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IDK, I don't think the bracelet is automatically effeminate. If you don't give off man-vibes, maybe you won't be helped that much by wearing one (or five or six), but I defy you to call Steve McQueen's ghost ghey for wearing one. Maybe it's just one of those "if you can pull it off" things. Rolex combo helps.
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KJP is awesome. I just ordered a couple of these:
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Yeah I am going to order the bottom one when I have measured my wrist :D

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In case you're desperate, Starbucks has you covered...

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Needs an anchor ha!

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It's not a movement until there's a bracelet for it.
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I forgot to look for a Made in the USA label on it...
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Can anklets go in this thread, or should another be started?

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I'm just a slave to your threads...
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Do we have a piercings thread yet, or should we expand this one?

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Saw those KHP ones and ordered these two for V's day for my wife and I.

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