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The U-neck

BubblyMasquerade

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i think it was joey formal on some stupid lookbook ripoff site.. streetpeeper?
 

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^^yes, the plunging neckline is a very feminine aspect...but, there's a pretty substantial difference between tanks and u-necks...the u-necks that we are discussing here are generally drapey, blousey and inherently feminine...while there isn't an item that is much more iconic of modern male sexuality than the "wifebeater"...

i don't understand why you would think that gender and sexuality issues wouldn't be things to discuss on a forum like this one, chrono...it's hard to think of a more classic way of expressing or interpreting a person's sexuality than through clothing...to question an article of clothing's gay-quotient is a perfectly legitimate thing to do here, i think
 

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^ its all subjective heath ledger and jake gyllenhaal wore americana outfits in brokeback but they were ass humping gays
 

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Originally Posted by BubblyMasquerade
^ its all subjective heath ledger and jake gyllenhaal wore americana outfits in brokeback but they were ass humping gays

yeah...and since that movie came out, i've heard (and thought) that a shirt or a jacket might be "a little too brokeback"
 

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^eh...you're probably right...but, i just had a quick look at your post history and i have to say...if we were rolling around in the hay together, i would clearly be heath ledger
 

bsyde82

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anyone know if W+H are gonna be making those u-necks again? I was especially feelin this number right here, but slept on it last season

 

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