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    Stupid thread from a vapid OP. Clothes don't have a sexuality.

    I know a straight guy who wears clothes like that. By contrast, I (I'm gay) and a lot of my gay friends tend to wear quite preppy clothes (you know, Banana Republic, sweaters, chinos, etc)
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    No straight man would consciously wear jeans this skinny
    I saw one bloke with his girlfriend wear a pair and i felt sick


    he can pull them off bc he has good bum (no homo)
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    (Original post by young_guns)
    Stupid thread from a vapid OP. Clothes don't have a sexuality.

    I know a straight guy who wears clothes like that. By contrast, I (I'm gay) and a lot of my gay friends tend to wear quite preppy clothes (you know, Banana Republic, sweaters, chinos, etc)


    how do you tell if a man is gay?
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
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    People only allude to jimmy rustling when it's their own jimmies that have been rustled.

    how do you tell if a man is gay?
    Why are you so anxious about whether the people around you are gay (or think you are gay)? Is there something you need to tell us?
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    (Original post by young_guns)
    People only allude to jimmy rustling when it's their own jimmies that have been rustled.

    Why are you so anxious about whether the people around you are gay? Is there something you need to tell us?


    n-n-n-no homo right brah, right?
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
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    I actually met Zyzz at the Sydney White Party in 2008. Strange to see 12 year olds venerating him like they knew him

    n-n-n-no homo right brah, right?
    :lol: Now I know I'm onto you. What are you so worried about?
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    (Original post by young_guns)
    I actually met Zyzz at the Sydney White Party in 2008. Strange to see 12 year olds venerating him like they knew him

    :lol: Now I know I'm onto you. What are you so worried about?
    strongly mirin :cool: U aware? :ninja:

    brah can you answer the OP of this thread? (srs) (which one is hottest)

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...781&p=53122143
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    Those are all cartoons. And they almost look identical.

    If you want to see hot, try the Warwick University rowing team

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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    -dyed hair on a man
    -scarfs
    -earrings
    -keffiyehs
    -faux leather jackets
    -cardigans
    -crop tops
    -skinny jeans
    -coloured skinny jeans
    -heeled boots

    tx
    I know I love scarves.
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    No straight man would consciously wear jeans this skinny
    I saw one bloke with his girlfriend wear a pair and i felt sick


    I actually think that is tacky.
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    (Original post by young_guns)
    Those are all cartoons. And they almost look identical.

    If you want to see hot, try the Warwick University rowing team

    oooo are they gay? :gah:

    Which style on the cartoons is best on a man?
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    -dyed hair on a man
    -scarfs
    -earrings
    -keffiyehs
    -faux leather jackets
    -cardigans
    -crop tops
    -skinny jeans
    -coloured skinny jeans
    -heeled boots

    tx

    keffiyehs are gay?

    Are you dizzy, blud?!
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    (Original post by thePatron)
    keffiyehs are gay?

    Are you dizzy, blud?!
    camel jockey
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    -dyed hair on a man
    -scarfs
    -earrings
    -keffiyehs
    -faux leather jackets
    -cardigans
    -crop tops
    -skinny jeans
    -coloured skinny jeans
    -heeled boots

    tx
    Firstly, you can't describe clothing as "gay" they do not have an orientation.
    If you are wondering whether it is a social norm to wear them then,
    -scarfs - i am sure most men have one of these
    -earrings - depends really on the condition
    -keffiyehs - never heard of them lol
    -faux leather jackets - nothing wrong with them.
    -cardigans - well I would've thought they would be for older people
    -crop tops - never seen one being worn by a man
    -skinny jeans - everyone wears them, noone likes baggy jeans
    -coloured skinny jeans - so like chinos? they are fine
    -heeled boots - fine.
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    (Original post by subject1)
    Firstly, you can't describe clothing as "gay" they do not have an orientation.
    If you are wondering whether it is a social norm to wear them then,
    -scarfs - i am sure most men have one of these
    -earrings - depends really on the condition
    -keffiyehs - never heard of them lol
    -faux leather jackets - nothing wrong with them.
    -cardigans - well I would've thought they would be for older people
    -crop tops - never seen one being worn by a man
    -skinny jeans - everyone wears them, noone likes baggy jeans

    -coloured skinny jeans - so like chinos? they are fine
    -heeled boots - fine.
    what about leg day?
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    what about leg day?
    Well you would still want jeans that are not too loose fitting around your legs.
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    oooo are they gay? :gah:
    It's not particularly relevant to their hotness. I suppose the stats would suggest a couple of these ones below would be gay, and maybe a few more have fooled around

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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    camel jockey
    Why do you keep mentioning camel jockey, I don't understand the reference...
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    (Original post by subject1)
    Firstly, you can't describe clothing as "gay" they do not have an orientation.
    If you are wondering whether it is a social norm to wear them then,
    -scarfs - i am sure most men have one of these
    -earrings - depends really on the condition
    -keffiyehs - never heard of them lol
    -faux leather jackets - nothing wrong with them.
    -cardigans - well I would've thought they would be for older people
    -crop tops - never seen one being worn by a man
    -skinny jeans - everyone wears them, noone likes baggy jeans
    -coloured skinny jeans - so like chinos? they are fine
    -heeled boots - fine.
    I'm unfortunately out of gems for today otherwise I would rate. Excellent post
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    (Original post by thePatron)
    Why do you keep mentioning camel jockey, I don't understand the reference...
    he is the guy from the barbie girl vid earlier
 
 
 
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