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Tighter jeans and dressing to the left or right

post #1 of 24
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This is sort of an embarrassing question, but I feel I should ask. I have only recently put more of an effort into dressing properly and having some sort of style sense. This all came about when I visited a second hand store for clothing and found that I could pick up a pair of like new jeans for 10% of what they retail in stores. Which gave me the opportunity to get involved in a more trendy style with out dropping hundreds of dollars.

Now thing is, some of the jeans I have picked up fit me great and I feel good in them. I tend to like the low rise jeans and some of the jeans are a little snug in the groin area. Which is fine, as I've been told by women that I have a nice butt and that I should make attempts to show it off. Hence the slightly tighter jeans that fit well around the butt.

The whole dressing to the right or left never was a issue with me, but now regardless of which side there is a slightly noticeable bulge. (as I said this embarrassing topic!!!!)

Now my question is, I try and hide the bulge as best I can, but it's always there. Is being dressed in this way a fashion no-no? I mean it's not blatantly obvious, but still I'm a little self conscious.

What are your thoughts?
post #2 of 24
shove it behind your ass like a tail.
post #3 of 24
I hate to say it, but this has been covered before.
post #4 of 24
You went ahead and bought those women's jeans off of ebay didn't you. I'd suggest sticking with the kilt.
post #5 of 24
i actually thread mine up through my sleeve and tuck it into my watchband. that's why i leave extra links when i buy a new watch.
post #6 of 24
cover it with a sock and hang it out of the fly. Like reverse camel toe?
post #7 of 24
You might consider having this unwieldy appendage removed if you aspire to join the denim-leggings elite
post #8 of 24
Are your jeans causing an erection?
post #9 of 24
Cherish this. Someday you'll look back in wistful nostalgia and think, "I used to have a bulge."

Check out the cover of Sticky Fingers some time. Jeans are supposed to give you a bulge. That's what they were made for.
post #10 of 24
Easy. Just pick up a pair of balls-out jeans.
http://youtube.com/watch?v=xgeOhe__4og
post #11 of 24
but the real question is: Are you getting an awesome cock fade?
post #12 of 24
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Originally Posted by bdr3 View Post
Easy. Just pick up a pair of balls-out jeans.
http://youtube.com/watch?v=xgeOhe__4og

I still can't believe they got away with putting that on TV.
post #13 of 24
Thread Starter 


Well I got a good laugh out of a few of the responces!

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You went ahead and bought those women's jeans off of ebay didn't you. I'd suggest sticking with the kilt.

That's a big negative there bud, no women jeans for this guy. I have to take a break from wearing a kilt sometimes though.

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Are your jeans causing an erection?

No dude, why are yours?
post #14 of 24
Real men have bulges.
post #15 of 24
What are you talking about, your crotch or your ass? Either way, who cares? You should be proud of either. Show that ish off and quit being a wuss. Chicks dig both!!!!!!
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