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post #31 of 49
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SHIT.  I scored a 38.  Uh oh........
This is the BEST post that I've [/i]ever[i] seen in the Forum.  I laughed out loud--and, today, I really needed a good reason to laugh.  
post #32 of 49
Glad to hear that others can laugh at my misfortune. Although I despise the overused term, I probably do fit the definition of metrosexual (although my contact football and excessive drinking are certainly contradictory).
post #33 of 49
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Glad to hear that others can laugh at my misfortune.  Although I despise the overused term, I probably do fit the definition of metrosexual (although my contact football and excessive drinking are certainly contradictory).
Only if your excessive drinking involves Schlitz beer or beer of a similarly cheap vintage.  If it involves Grey Goose martinis, add another five points.
post #34 of 49
My nightcaps consist of a Miller High Life when I get home and a single malt or bourbon before bed time. I may need to add 10 more points.... I think this forum has ruined me.......
post #35 of 49
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Only if your excessive drinking involves Schlitz beer or beer of a similarly cheap vintage.  If it involves Grey Goose martinis, add another five points.
Unless you're a refugee from Williamsburg, in which case add another 10 points.
post #36 of 49
I scored 13. "13 points is in the 10 through 20 points range Possible future metrosexual? You're still masculine, but I will question it if you start wearing shirts with diagonal stripes." Crap. I do have a nice brown/cream diagonal stripe sweater, and a tyrwhitt striped shirt with collar and cuffs cut on the bias. And I kinda cheated on that question about many boxer briefs. Two is not many, but it's more than none. Stupid term, only person I've ever heard use it in earnest was my father recently, telling my mother he was worried about me. The same guy owns a seersucker suit.
post #37 of 49
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Glad to hear that others can laugh at my misfortune.  Although I despise the overused term, I probably do fit the definition of metrosexual (although my contact football and excessive drinking are certainly contradictory).
I hope you know that I wasn't laughing at you.  I always enjoy your posts.  As for the metrosexual term...it is stupid.
post #38 of 49
15... Should I HOF this one- it's pretty funny.
post #39 of 49
I scored a 20. Apparently this makes me 40% metrosexual. And my results also said that the next step is to start wearing shirts with diagonal stripes. I kinda like those and was thinking about buying one
post #40 of 49
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I hope you know that I wasn't laughing at you. I always enjoy your posts. As for the metrosexual term...it is stupid.
Never thought that for a minute. Funny story, my flaming gay waiter last called me a "flaming metrosexual" because of my shoes and thumb ring. He then comped our drinks when I told him I hated that term. Finally, being a "38" got me something.
post #41 of 49
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I hope you know that I wasn't laughing at you.  I always enjoy your posts.  As for the metrosexual term...it is stupid.
Never thought that for a minute.  Funny story, my flaming gay waiter last called me a "flaming metrosexual" because of my shoes and thumb ring.  He then comped our drinks when I told him I hated that term.  Finally, being a "38" got me something.
Are you sure your waiter isn't a straight guy who scored 45 on the quiz? My score was 19 . . . solidly in the middle for this Forum.
post #42 of 49
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Did any of you from the "colonies" (I don't know if they get BBC World in the U.S) see the program on BBC World "Fast Track" on Metrosexuals in Manhatten? Oh it was sad.....
post #43 of 49
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Whew... Only a 20, and I've worn nail polish.. I would have though for sure that one would have added like 50 points.   I didn't know that other people read Rooshlog, I met that guy in DC last month, we have mutual friends.
Hey Mike-- are you from College Park?  Just curious.
Nope, New York City. We have various friends in the seduction community. Check out his site again, and you'll notice he reviews alot of seduction/self help materials. He came as a guest to my workshop/seminar in DC.
post #44 of 49
I scored a 19... I guess I should stay away from diagonal striped shirts. I've never been fond of the term "metrosexual." I think the difference between MS's and the users on this site is that they try too hard and for the wrong reason. It looks like those who want to be metrosexuals (and be described by that term) are doing it as more of a trend than anything else. Well, good luck to them, I suppose.
post #45 of 49
25... Yikes. Or as Jill describes me "Borderline B.tch".... ...but my gay neighbors do ask for fashion and decorating advice, should I be afraid??  Whatever happened to the farting, steroid taking, powerlifting Linebacker of my youth??  Sad, very sad.  I'm officially a whuss now. Does sticking to straight Bourbon rocks and turning your nose up at drinks involving umbrellas, or names containing "Fuzzy, buttery, sex, orgasm, nipple, screaming..." allow one to deduct points? ...guess it's time to go get a Pedicure and hit Nordstrom's shoe department to cheer up and display my masculinity. Steve - 15 was before you hit the bonus question - "If you moderate a style forum, add 20"
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