Why do women wear tight clothes?

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    (Original post by KnowledgeIsBest)
    obviously. its brightly coloured.
    Well yeh but mostly cos my ass is great. I got that KK look that brings all the girls the yard
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    (Original post by adler97)
    *they are not smart women.
    *then there are women
    Please do not insult an entire gender, whilst making grammatical errors!
    *there are not smart women
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    There's no need to get all grammatical up in here
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    (Original post by adler97)
    *they are not smart women.
    *then there are women
    Please do not insult an entire gender, whilst making grammatical errors!
    I was typing too fast, to check for errors.
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    Tight clothes generally show your figure better and some, e.g. leggings and thin tops, are personally more comfortable then baggy clothes,which can make you look fatter.
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    (Original post by Turquoise01)
    Tight clothes generally show your figure better and some, e.g. leggings and thin tops, are personally more comfortable then baggy clothes,which can make you look fatter.
    and if you are fat, then tight clothes show your figure perfectly and baggy clothes makes you look normal.
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    (Original post by KnowledgeIsBest)
    I was typing too fast, to check for errors.
    Well "knowledge is best" perhaps you shouldn't insult the entire female population in the future, and if you do maybe you ought to be more conscientious with regards to your grammar.
    PS. You seem like a sexist pig - it's the 21st century, not 21 AD.
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    (Original post by adler97)
    Well "knowledge is best" perhaps you shouldn't insult the entire female population in the future, and if you do maybe you ought to be more conscientious with regards to your grammar.
    PS. You seem like a sexist pig - it's the 21st century, not 21 AD.
    im not trying to insult them, they're insulting themselves, and I'm just saying what I see.

    PS. Shut up, you f*gg*t.
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    (Original post by KnowledgeIsBest)
    and if you are fat, then tight clothes show your figure perfectly and baggy clothes makes you look normal.
    Lol so fat people aren't normal? Tbh though if you're fat, why would you be wearing tight clothes? In this case they can sometimes be unflattering.
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    (Original post by AlexFam)
    huh
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Istighfar
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    (Original post by Turquoise01)
    Lol so fat people aren't normal? Tbh though if you're fat, why would you be wearing tight clothes? In this case they can sometimes be unflattering.
    I didn't say fat people are not normal, though, being obese isn't normal(now I said it).
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    (Original post by adler97)
    Well "knowledge is best" perhaps you shouldn't insult the entire female population in the future, and if you do maybe you ought to be more conscientious with regards to your grammar.
    PS. You seem like a sexist pig - it's the 21st century, not 21 AD.
    i am certain you are denied sex on a regular basis
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    Skinny jeans are not a sexualised item of clothing.
    An observer can sexualise the wearer, if they so choose. This however is usually independent of a person's choice to wear skinny jeans.

    Skinny jeans were made popular and fashionable by modern media and clothing outlets. This could have roots in sexualising the wearer (be them a celebrity or model, it would make them and their look more appealing to the public) or could even be economically efficient since less material is used whilst generating the same profit. However these are not the things on the mind of the average person as they don their favourite skinnies.
    People wear clothes to "express" themselves. Which in reality is simply to appear part of a specific in-crowd.

    Thus... People wear skinny jeans because other people wear skinny jeans.
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    (Original post by KnowledgeIsBest)
    im not trying to insult them, they're insulting themselves, and I'm just saying what I see.

    PS. Shut up, you f*gg*t.
    Having to resort to expletives is a sign of low intellect. How sad that you cannot articulate your misguided and narrow minded opinion properly.

    One like = one prayer for this poor keyboard warrior
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    It doesn't have to be to "impress guys." They could just do it because they want to.
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    I sense a troll.

    I miss the good old days of the internet when trolls were decent.
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    skinny jeans should probably be in the women's part of the clothing store tbh so the men who want proper jeans (normal ones that fit properly) can find them quickly without having to decipher different descriptions and different 'cuts'.
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    Lower your gaze men.

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    (Original post by KnowledgeIsBest)
    im not trying to insult them, they're insulting themselves, and I'm just saying what I see.

    PS. Shut up, you f*gg*t.
    Yes, but it's your opinion, that they are insulting themselves. If someone wants to wear an item of clothing then that's their choice, not yours just like it's a decision you take everyday on what you wear. It is shameful to insult a Muslim woman for wearing a burka, or Burkini in France and women fought for them to wear whatever they like without being faced with bigotry. This to me means that women no matter what should be able to wear whatever they want.
    Ps you're a fag too.
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    (Original post by iThrow)
    i am certain you are denied sex on a regular basis
    And I am sure you are too, I'm actually in a relationship though - thank you
 
 
 
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