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Ask a Gay Man: Men's Denim Do's and Dont's

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by deputamadre, Oct 11, 2007.

  1. wEstSidE

    wEstSidE Senior member

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    I have worked at old navy's stockroom in Bumfuk, Arkansawwww for over 30 years. I am truly an expert on style.

    If you would like to know about which items are moving the fastest, you know whom to call.
     
  2. totally epic

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    I guess he didn't get the memo that Diesel stopped being cool.
     
  3. Rye GB

    Rye GB Senior member

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    Didn't watch the vid but If I were to follow the denim tips from the gay fella's I know I'd be pulling them up to somewhere in the vicinity of my nipples. Even my closest gay mates are confused by this.
    Perhaps they're a little loose in the caboose?.
     
  4. crush

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    When the fella was advocating boot cut he lost me. I used to rock that look maybe in high school.
     
  6. Brigden

    Brigden Senior member

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    I want to hit him. I very rarely feel this way about anything or anyone. Its like when I stub my toe and I want to hit something. He makes me want to be straight. I guess having the perverse abiliity to illicit this kind of severe reaction is what would make him interesting to a major tv network. Wow, he really got me going[​IMG] . Guess he won.

    Man, I couldn't agree with you more. You hit the nail square on the head.

    I'm torn asunder by two conflicting emotions. Immediately, I find his acute metahomosexuality almost facinating in a I-can't-believe-this-is-real kind of way. Watching him articulate is akin to passing a gory car wreck; you can't help but crane your neck for a better view. However, that facination is quickly melted with feelings of rage. I'm left wanting to shake him until he ceases to breathe.

    If I feel one pang of compassion for the revolting suburbanite trash it's because his current popularity is entirely due to the entertainment value of his persona and not due to the service he's under the impression of providing.
     
  7. BYucko

    BYucko Senior member

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    Well, at least he's entertaining.

    I looked at universal gear, the site he 'loves'. Found a typo within 30 seconds. Yuck.
     
  8. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Senior member

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    Wow.

    Kill yourself.
     
  9. ghulkhan

    ghulkhan Senior member

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    Yes his popularity is due to the so called "entertainment" but the people he is entertaining also DO think hes a style expert. A lot of people who are huge fans actually believe that he also gives good advice. I think hes a total idiot. He has no brand knowledge except for Gap, BR, Old Navy, J Crew and the like...pretty much what everyone else knows about. I think if you had any "fashion" knowledge you would at least know a lot of other brands
     
  10. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Senior member

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    Wow.
    Rachel Ray has her own talk show?
     
  11. LabelKing

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    I think this sort of vacuous sugary stuff is endearing to vaguely pudgy straight women who buy mid-range handbags.
     
  12. zacharydschroeder

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    I think this sort of vacuous sugary stuff is endearing to vaguely pudgy straight women who buy mid-range handbags.

    LabelKing, I think you hit the nail square on the head. I live in Nebraska, that's 90% of the women here.[​IMG]
     

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