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Why Do Suit Pants Always Make Butt Look Flat?

Pastafarian

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I'm not gay or anything... but I do have a pretty nice butt.

In a recent survey females rated a man's butt as the 2nd feature they look at after height.


Anyway, I notice on all the suit pants always hides the butt for some reason. It's the cut and the placement of the pockets. I have Zegna suits, Zileri suit and a Cerruti 1001 suit. The Cerruti suit is the only one that makes nice form fitting pants for a bubble butt.



Just curious, is this done on purpose?
 

Svenn

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maybe you don't have them slim-fitted enough... mine all accentuate the rear quite a bit. In fact, my shirt-and-trouser look is the most revealing outfit I have besides my swimsuit, probably because I got them so slim-fitted. Besides muscle-tees and skinny jeans, i might posit that slim-fitted businesswear is actually the most figure-revealing clothing in our society.
 

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Originally Posted by Pastafarian
I'm not gay or anything... but I do have a pretty nice butt.

In a recent survey females rated a man's butt as the 2nd feature they look at after height.


Anyway, I notice on all the suit pants always hides the butt for some reason. It's the cut and the placement of the pockets. I have Zegna suits, Zileri suit and a Cerruti 1001 suit. The Cerruti suit is the only one that makes nice form fitting pants for a bubble butt.



Just curious, is this done on purpose?


Those who have don't brag.
 

Pastafarian

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Why would I brag about having a bubble butt on a forum with 99% men?



I do have a 13 inch cock though. No homo.
 

twosnapsandgo

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Originally Posted by Pastafarian
Why would I brag about having a bubble butt on a forum with 99% men?



I do have a 13 inch cock though. No homo.


What do your dreams and vulgarisms have to do with style? Did you get lost?
 

potemkin_city_limits

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Originally Posted by twosnapsandgo
What do your dreams and vulgarisms have to do with style? Did you get lost?

He's either going to get really bummed out and never come back, or get really into the forum and sign up for a new account.
 

ALFAMALE

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Originally Posted by Pastafarian
In a recent survey females rated a man's butt as the 2nd feature they look at after height.


I think thats what hypersexual~homosexuals look for in a man... What is a chick gonna do with your butt? I mean, maybe if you had a strap on, but I would assume that would fall back into their hyper-homo category.
 

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It's not the pants that make your ass look flat, it's your ass that makes your ass look flat. And yup, you're a homo.
 

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Such a question suggests gay I have to say.
 

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