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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    You can't tell me that the thoughts of the opposite sex in regards to fashion plays NO part in what you wear. I'm not saying all the time, but if you didn't want to look good, wouldn't you go everywhere in sweat pants, an oversized t-shirt and flip flops?
    as a matter of fact it doesnt! i couldnt put up even a flimsy argument about fashion, but what i wear is great for what i need it for, if someone wants to draw some sort of conclusion about what type of person i am from that then that is their choice.

    i dont see why i would care that most people can only judge things superficially, because that is also why their opinion would be of no value to me. what i do need in clothes is durability, comfortable, and cheap to replace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale View Post
    i dont see why i would care that most people can only judge things superficially, because that is also why their opinion would be of no value to me. what i do need in clothes is durability, comfortable, and cheap to replace.
    it's easy to talk big if you don't care about getting laid. carry on.

    flannel looks better on women, if it's worn correctly, but on men, there's no real difference either way. the only clothing that will make men look any better than normal is a white oxford shirt. or possibly a mod suit.

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    I have lowered myself to consider flannel pajamas, Beat, you fiend. FIEND!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galusha View Post
    it's easy to talk big if you don't care about getting laid. carry on.
    all i am guilty of is preferring a woman who has equally good taste in a mate that aint so bad.


    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I have lowered myself to consider flannel pajamas, Beat, you fiend. FIEND!!
    flannel pajamas, or flannel bed sheets? that is the question... when you have both, it ends up kinda like velcro

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    When it looks like this in Cleveland you are allowed to wear whatever you want.



    I don't mind flannel, but I am from an area that gets really cold. I wonder if that's part of the difference in acceptability.

    Oh yeah, flannel PJ bottoms = hot.

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    I'd make myself a bear-eared footie-pj suit out of polar fleece if I could and go marching heedlessly around in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galusha View Post
    the only clothing that will make men look any better than normal is a white oxford shirt. or possibly a mod suit.
    If this is really true (which I think it is) then what grayscale said is correct. It doesn't matter. If a girl thinks you're hot, you'll still look hot even dressed in a potato sack.

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    I think they're nice. Good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Is grunge coming back?

    I knew I should've kept my high school clothes.
    Some people still dress like grunge never left.

    I'm fine with the flannels. But full-on ratty black tee shirts, etc? No thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    If this is really true (which I think it is) then what grayscale said is correct. It doesn't matter. If a girl thinks you're hot, you'll still look hot even dressed in a potato sack.
    Clothing for men isn't designed to make them more attractive (see Cher's monologue in "Clueless" for a pretty damn accurate appraisal), it's made to tell something about them. A guy in a potato sack would be undesireable because it shows he's either a nutcase, too poor to buy real clothing, or *shudder* prefers the texture. Anyway, he'll smell slightly of potatoes, which is rarely a good thing.

    Oh wait, he might be trying to make a statement. In which case, he's trying too hard.

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