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    I prefer them because I like to wear boots. That's sort of a function.
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    What type of jeans would you prefer I wear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickpea View Post
    What type of jeans would you prefer I wear?
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    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    Wait, what?

    You mean you bought a plainly non-functional, "trendy" item of clothing that you think ugly and stupid, then complain about how non-functional it is, and heap scorn on all others who buy them for being desperate to be trendy?

    Heaping scorn ???

    He tried something...found it worked against him and now is sharing his opinion and asking others "why?". This is a very common type of discussion/conversation that people engage in daily all over the world on a variety of topics. " heaping scorn" wow.

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    Love skinny jeans. Finally pants that fit my lanky frame perfectly. They're all I wear, & they're super comfortable/not constricting.
    I hate dresses/skirts.

    Skinny jeans are fine on men, too. Just gotta find ones that fit properly, that's all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    Wait, what?

    You mean you bought a plainly non-functional, "trendy" item of clothing that you think ugly and stupid, then complain about how non-functional it is, and heap scorn on all others who buy them for being desperate to be trendy?

    As I am not just skin and bones, I found it very uncomfortable wearing slim fit jeans, and it was very painful for me sitting down in them. It is hard to tell what clothes will be like until you try them on. I sent them back and got a replacement with a classic fit pair though, so no harm done.

    As a general rule, I am open to trying new things and never wear the same colour of clothes on consecutive days (with the exception of shoes and jackets, of course). I am also torn between my desire to fit in and be valued by other people my age, and my dislike and suspicion of social conformity. I want to maintain independence from other people.

    I chose those jeans because I wanted to vary what I wear, not because I have a desire to be "trendy".

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    They actually look very nice esp on slender women. On men too they look good but only if they are extra slim.

    Gay pants they are called here.

    Then again 15 years ago slim fit shirts were also called gay shirts. Now everyone wears them.

    So i wouldn't be surprised if it gets popular among young males here in a couple of years.

    Gay men set the trends where i come from.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    As I am not just skin and bones, I found it very uncomfortable wearing slim fit jeans, and it was very painful for me sitting down in them. It is hard to tell what clothes will be like until you try them on. I sent them back and got a replacement with a classic fit pair though, so no harm done.

    As a general rule, I am open to trying new things and never wear the same colour of clothes on consecutive days (with the exception of shoes and jackets, of course). I am also torn between my desire to fit in and be valued by other people my age, and my dislike and suspicion of social conformity. I want to maintain independence from other people.

    I chose those jeans because I wanted to vary what I wear, not because I have a desire to be "trendy".
    Whatever floats your boat!

    Though I'm obligated to mention that if your skinny jeans were painful to wear, then not only did they fit incorrectly, but they didn't have enough stretch. This, again, coming from someone who owns quite a few pairs that fit fine.

    Quote Originally Posted by riva View Post
    They actually look very nice esp on slender women. On men too they look good but only if they are extra slim.

    Gay pants they are called here.

    Then again 15 years ago slim fit shirts were also called gay shirts. Now everyone wears them.

    So i wouldn't be surprised if it gets popular among young males here in a couple of years.

    Gay men set the trends where i come from.
    That's interesting. Just about everywhere else I've traveled besides North America -- Europe, the Middle East -- guys of all sexual orientations wore clothes that I would have associated with gay men in America. My gaydar stopped working completely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    That's interesting. Just about everywhere else I've traveled besides North America -- Europe, the Middle East -- guys of all sexual orientations wore clothes that I would have associated with gay men in America. My gaydar stopped working completely.

    Like i said give us a few years and the heteros will start wearing gay jeans too.
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    I guess at that point you'd have to find a new name for them.
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