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Do you dress nice? You're probably gay!

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by adamsnez, Sep 16, 2008.

  1. juni0rthe0ne

    juni0rthe0ne New Member

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    Buddy, that's a perfect icebreaker... Just say "come over to my place tonight and I'll show you how gay I am..." and then have sex with her.

    smh.. lol no game
     
  2. Chiaroscuro

    Chiaroscuro Well-Known Member

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    I'am sorry but the clothes do not make you gay, unless your exposing crack, midriff or copious amounts of shoulder. The reason any of you are called gay is because of your body language, mannerisms, or speech. Stop being effeminate and you'll stop being called gay.
     
  3. Nexus6

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    Bing!~

    So now we are all gay for dressing well? [​IMG]
    If you are gay, you speak for yourself and not me.

    I am not gay. [​IMG]
    and neither is sonick, who is into his sheep.

    Clearly, anyone who makes assumption of your sexual practices based on your clothes,
    is a moron....stay away from them.

    Byt the way sonick ...Can that sheep say 'O-Baa-aaa-maa' ?
     
  4. Nicola

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    I'am sorry but the clothes do not make you gay, unless your exposing crack, midriff or copious amounts of shoulder.

    You mean plumbers are gay?
     
  5. Nexus6

    Nexus6 Well-Known Member

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    I have a similar problem, and I suck cock. My solution has been to find more sophisticated nightlife.
    What you need, is a stronger Mouthwash.
     
  6. Chiaroscuro

    Chiaroscuro Well-Known Member

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    You mean plumbers are gay?

    They work on pipes whilst bent over, I'll let you reach your own conclusions.
     
  7. TylerDurden

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    Hey yhea you guys are gay...

    Every time I go here I shake my head in disbelief that your all not wearing Football jerseys and or Harley Davidson T-shirts, with a pair of baggy jeans. That makes you all homo's.


    Real men don't care how they look. No fancy clothes, no fancy undies and you better have a goatee or i'll kick your ass and run you over with my pick up truck... Walk down my street and i'll throw a beer can out my window and aim for your brain dead self....



    Yhea that is a joke and full of stereotypes.

    If you dress nice and your a guy, for some reason american society seems to think your gay.

    The same could be said as to women who don't dress up at all and or wear men's clothing, their thought of as gay.


    I like style and I don't like to look like a slob. Since when did dressing like a slob define being a man in American society?
     
  8. barims

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    Girls your age are stupid and shallow. Go get yourself a nice cougar who will appreciate your outfits.

    +1, but don't let them trap you down the line
     
  9. OCULUS

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    How big is your closet? [​IMG]
     
  10. Smahatma

    Smahatma Well-Known Member

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    How big is your closet? [​IMG]
    So big that it has a rear entry.
     
  11. Angevin

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    Maybe try to tone it down a bit, if you have been wearing a full suit and tie, step down to just a jacket with jeans with or without tie. The problem with people is that they don't like anything that is drastically different. And as you said before, at that age group people think that a hollister shirt and shorts is the norm. I like to alternate between being "all dressed up" and completely casual during the course of the week. It helps break things up and now that everyone has seen me do this I no longer get strange stares. People just accept that is how I dress.
    That's bullshit. Wearing a sports coat , trousers (not jeans !), a button down collared shirt , and oxford lace-up bluchers for instance is not dressing up. It is casual wear. I don't care if many morons today in the world do not understand this. It is still the truth. Wearing jeans is for knocking a ball around in the park or changing the oil on your car or something of that nature. Jeans are not for public consumption. Please stop giving idiotic advice to people here. A man is not 'dressed up' unless he is wearing a suit or formal wear.
     
  12. Angevin

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    Hey yhea you guys are gay... Every time I go here I shake my head in disbelief that your all not wearing Football jerseys and or Harley Davidson T-shirts, with a pair of baggy jeans. That makes you all homo's. Real men don't care how they look. No fancy clothes, no fancy undies and you better have a goatee or i'll kick your ass and run you over with my pick up truck... Walk down my street and i'll throw a beer can out my window and aim for your brain dead self.... Yhea that is a joke and full of stereotypes. If you dress nice and your a guy, for some reason american society seems to think your gay. The same could be said as to women who don't dress up at all and or wear men's clothing, their thought of as gay. I like style and I don't like to look like a slob. Since when did dressing like a slob define being a man in American society?
    It's the proletariat (working class) that thinks middle class and upper class dress etc... is effeminate. Who cares what they think unless you are a prole yourself ? If more American males think that dressing properly (not like a slob) means you are gay today all that means is there has been a proletarianization (prole drift) of society at large. So one should definitely try to buck this trend with all their might and not follow the masses unless you are a working class prole . _
     
  13. Dr Huh?

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    Well, I don't think I dress good enough that someone would think I'm gay. Personally if I ever see a well dressed guy my first thought isn't "must be gay". It's usually "damn, I want a jacket like that!". With most gay men you can kind of figure it out by looking at them. Not saying all gay men dress alike, it has more to do with mannerism and voice. If you're not effeminate, I don't know why some would jump to the conclusion you're gay just because you're well dressed. Then again, wearing things like an ascot or tight jeans always strike me as being somewhat effeminate.

    The "why are you dressed up?" bit is just as bad. I think the best way to respond to that is to act arrogant and say "why are you dressed down? I'm not over dressed. You're all under dressed". Try to say it with a sense of contempt.
     
  14. Angevin

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    Well, I don't think I dress good enough that someone would think I'm gay. Personally if I ever see a well dressed guy my first thought isn't "must be gay". It's usually "damn, I want a jacket like that!". With most gay men you can kind of figure it out by looking at them. Not saying all gay men dress alike, it has more to do with mannerism and voice. If you're not effeminate, I don't know why some would jump to the conclusion you're gay just because you're well dressed. Then again, wearing things like an ascot or tight jeans always strike me as being somewhat effeminate. The "why are you dressed up?" bit is just as bad. I think the best way to respond to that is to act arrogant and say "why are you dressed down? I'm not over dressed. You're all under dressed". Try to say it with a sense of contempt.
    No one has ever called me gay (homosexual) for dressing the way I do. I think gay men probably care more about fashion and not timeless male style. I dress in timeless (maybe even archaic) male style rather than cutting edge fashion. Maybe that is why I have never been called a homosexual for not dressing like a slob. I think since I do not follow bleeding edge fashion trends but only dress in timeless male styles it actually makes me look like a wise and stable person that is not prone to flights of fancy and fits of fashion. It does not make me look like a homosexual. __
     
  15. PLaydice

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    I suggest you get a girlfriend. And do you wear a sportcoat to the grocery store? Maybe thats why people think your light in the loafers. I have more of a problem with people thinking Im coming from a golf course or a tennis match. LOL
     
  16. Angevin

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    I suggest you get a girlfriend. And do you wear a sportcoat to the grocery store? Maybe thats why people think your light in the loafers. I have more of a problem with people thinking Im coming from a golf course or a tennis match. LOL
    More idiotic statements in this thread. Wearing a sports coat to the store is normal. Note that wearing a sports coat is not dressing up. A sports coat and trousers are casual wear. It is mostly what you should be wearing to light parties, most jobs, and to the store. It is perfectly presentable for public consumption. But do not be deceived into thinking that you are "dressing up" when you wear them. A sports coat and trousers are the official uniform of a man who is just going about the business of life. When someone says, come casual!, this is what you wear. Also, loafers are aptly named and one should steer clear from wearing them IMO.
     
  17. mkarim

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    I agree, I am so sick of dressing well being associated with being gay (not that there's anything wrong with it). Even here in New York, I STILL come across ignorant people who think its somehow feminine to dress well.

    Same, but even more so, in Atlanta, the good 'ol South...
     
  18. mkarim

    mkarim Well-Known Member

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    Girls your age are stupid and shallow. Go get yourself a nice cougar who will appreciate your outfits.

    Very true! Go for older, classier women.
     
  19. Metlin

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    If a girl asked me that question, I'd be more than happy to show her how I'm definitely not gay (if she is good looking, of course).
     

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