LOL. That's one of the funniest posts I've read in any forum in a long time.
I'm very curious though - the source of "friction" between men and the women that accompany them to a clothing establishment - what are most of the arguements about? Is it the style vs. fashion issue primarily or is it something else? I know that when I've tried to discuss some of the excellent posts on this forum with my significant other she just looks at me with a blank stare and then starts talking about going to a local men's store that I already know don't carry the lines recommended here.
He wants white and blue because he sees them as unarguably male - and always correct. She wants yellow and pink because she knows that her 'manly' man can carry it off and look great in those colors. He's not so sure about that. She wants white and blue because she sees them as unarguably male - and always correct. He wants yellow and pink because he knows that he can carry off the 'manly man' and look great in those colors. She's not so sure about that (or at least that's what I assumed when she doubled over, laughing so hard she was crying). I can't really go on (I'm laughing too hard remembering some of this absurdity), but you get the drift. Ask her what colors she would like you to wear. Ask her at dinner, after a few glasses of pinot grigio. Remember what she says. Then give her a credit card and send her to Prada. Go to your shirtmaker and tailor alone - and if you want fewer 'honeydo days' and more 'honey let's do' nights, buy a couple of her favorite colors as well. Whoa. Does this post make me sound like a chauvanist, or what? I take it all back. Send her to Prada. Tell her to use her own damn credit card.