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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanan View Post
    I get it but, no, not in the respect I was discussing it's natural/physical/emotional affects. Technology/science wasn't developed (in this way) in victornian times. It wasn't realized, scientifically, that the affects could be used commercially. The whole point I was making.. the fact that its scientifically provable and, therefore, usable is an indicator that natural preference is "used" not "conditioned."

    Edit:... K, like I said. LOL
    Ooooh you're gonna be easy to tease!


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    Quote Originally Posted by DeliriousDisposition View Post
    Ooooh you're gonna be easy to tease!

    Well for pete's sake DD... I'm a "T"

    and you're naughty

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    Late to the party but this is important...

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBeatGoesOn View Post
    It's a preppy frat boy counter culture thing.

    Don't question it, just understand that it exists.... And be very afraid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sassafrassquatch View Post
    Late to the party but this is important...
    Incorrect. Incorrect Chinesea lettering, ignorantly asked or humourosly Asian applied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sassafrassquatch View Post
    DDs future husband
    Sass, your awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    Sass, your awesome.
    And you are not. No quoting images less Edahn chew you up his squishier spidey bone! At least, you didn't use similies or smiles or however they're spelt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    Sass, your awesome.
    My awesome what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sassafrassquatch View Post
    My awesome what?
    Your awesome pink shirt. Sass your awesome pink shirt. You look great in it, I know some people won't be able to accept that you look great, pink being the stereotypical girl color, but that would never bother a man who is as self confident as you are right? Right?

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    Fashions go all over the place, they cycle and revolve around over a few decades but the general trends tend to stay pretty much the same. There was a time when wearing elaborate wigs, powdering faces, attaching fake beauty spots and wearing copious amounts of frilly lace were de rigeur for any fashionable gentleman. There was a time when a 'wasp waist' or 'girls waist' was fashionable for men, and even in the 80's men were wearing particularly feminine hairstyles and make up.

    In recent years I'd say the cycle began to reach that point when the hippies made it OK for men to have long hair again after the war-time and post-war ideal of the short back and sides/crewcut faded out as a sign of a man who joined up to fight for king and/or country. Then the new romantics in the early 80's began to hark back to the Epicureans of Baroque France in their dress, haircuts and makeup. All you have now is an amalgamation and progression of those factors and others combined, such as the 'metrosexual' thing.

    In short, nothing remarkable. Fashion is always preposterous. It has to be - the idea is to get yourself noticed

    edit - the guy in Sassafrassquatch's picture looks much like a British 'chav' might look after spending several hours in the bathroom preparing for an evening's kerb-sitting, impressing the girls with classy hecklings of passers-by such as 'Hey, wanker!' and the like.
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    I used to have a pink oxford shirt, but I got ink from a printing press on it and ruined it.

    I would like to have a couple of pink t-shirts, but I have not found the right pale pink color.

    I own a pair of pink cashmere socks.

    I own two pairs of pink cotton socks.

    If I ever got a Fender guitar, I would get it in Shell Pink, a DuPont Duco (nitrocellulose) lacquer, a color used by Fender in the early 60s, the same years the DeSoto was offered in that color.

    I would love to drive a pale pink Mini Cooper.


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