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Wearing boys' polo shirts.

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Sep 21, 2006.

  1. Bergdorf Goodwill

    Bergdorf Goodwill Well-Known Member

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    So I've been wearing these polo shirts that were made for boys, and I'm just hoping that I have not stepped outside the bounds of my manhood in doing so. I am afraid that through wearing these pieces of fabric stitched together while the maker was thinking about children I am complicit in some terrible affront against the traditional male role in society.

    Please help. I am a small boy on top and a transvestite on the bottom. The shoes are for a man, though. I swear it!
     
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    At least you arnt wearing women's jeans.
     
  4. Nil

    Nil Well-Known Member

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    I think the "transvestite on the bottom" part means that he is wearing women's jeans.

    I'm not exactly sure what you need help with though. If you're that small, I suppose you have to do what you have to do.
     
  5. poly800rock

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    At least you arnt wearing women's jeans.


    ha, i agree with your statement rico

    but seriously, what fucking "boy" wears a 18 neck for polo shirts? they're cut GIGANTIC!
     
  6. cheapmutha

    cheapmutha Well-Known Member

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    So I've been wearing these polo shirts that were made for boys, and I'm just hoping that I have not stepped outside the bounds of my manhood in doing so. I am afraid that through wearing these pieces of fabric stitched together while the maker was thinking about children I am complicit in some terrible affront against the traditional male role in society.

    Please help. I am a small boy on top and a transvestite on the bottom. The shoes are for a man, though. I swear it!

    genius... thank you... this is the best fuck you to the people who are anti-girl jeans just because they are girl jeans.... SUPERTRASH!!!
     
  7. mainy

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    I don't know if this thread is a joke, or what, but all my Ralph Lauren stuff I bought out of the boys section. Everything else is just cut, far, far too big, especially the classic polos.
     
  8. Bergdorf Goodwill

    Bergdorf Goodwill Well-Known Member

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    I don't know if this thread is a joke, or what, but all my Ralph Lauren stuff I bought out of the boys section. Everything else is just cut, far, far too big, especially the classic polos.

    Sounds good, freak. Do some push-ups. Don't you know that a boy is different from a man? What is your problem -- child molester anyone? I mean, wouldn't you be embarrassed to be wearing your son's clothes? Some people. Why don't you just buy Costume National like a normal non-pederast? Creep.
     
  9. mainy

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    Sounds good, freak. Do some push-ups. Don't you know that a boy is different from a man? What is your problem -- child molester anyone? I mean, wouldn't you be embarrassed to be wearing your son's clothes? Some people. Why don't you just buy Costume National like a normal non-pederast? Creep.
    You're right, I'm going to go order some Dior Homme to make up for my size deficency [​IMG]
     
  10. Augusto86

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    I think this is a legitimate concern - American clothes are ballooning in both absolute size and relative cut. I wear a small everywhere, and sometimes even that's too small - and theoretically I fall in the middle of the spectrum at 5'9", although my 140lbs is a lil on the light side. I have been tempted into the 'youth' sections more than once - then again, I'm only 20 - but I can understand where it comes from.
     
  11. whodini

    whodini Well-Known Member

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    I used to wear size YL early on in college because even small polos would hang off me. But then I grew balls, visited a gym, and bulked up to a Men's Small. So there.

    Now if you'll all excuse me, I'll go back to pulling trucks out of the mud with my bare hands.
     
  12. metkirk

    metkirk Well-Known Member

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    I've started buying RL polos in boy size small recently and they fit me very well. I don't think you have to care about wearing boy polos or men polos, what you should care though is how it fits; if it doesn't fit then it'll look bad no matter boy or men size. [​IMG]
     
  13. Nil

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    I never realized so many people could be so small... odd.
     

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