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    Clothes do not have a sexuality.
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    (Original post by TroyAndAbed)
    Clothes do not have a sexuality.
    i thought skinny jeans were gay?
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    Pls, why is scarf even on this list especially in damm winter.
    None of these look gay fyi, although some are quite happy clothing
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    crop tops and heeled boots.... not things I would expect to see a straight man wearing.

    What is a keffiyeh..........??
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    (Original post by Bobbi!)
    crop tops and heeled boots.... not things I would expect to see a straight man wearing.

    What is a keffiyeh..........??
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    I'd just call that a scarf.......
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    I don't know what most of this stiff is. So it's probably mostly gay.
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    (Original post by KingStannis)
    I don't know what most of this stiff is. So it's probably mostly gay.
    freudian slip?
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    (Original post by Aria Enoshima)
    Pls, why is scarf even on this list especially in damm winter.
    None of these look gay fyi, although some are quite happy clothing
    which 1s?
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    freudian slip?
    No. I don't think a mistype counts as a Freudian slip tbf.

    I can't think of a banterous retort though, which is odd for me. So maybe I am secretly gay.
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    which 1s?
    Keffiyeh, coloured skinny jeans and faux leather jackets I would say
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    (Original post by KingStannis)
    No. I don't think a mistype counts as a Freudian slip tbf.

    I can't think of a banterous retort though, which is odd for me. So maybe I am secretly gay.
    its ok, you're just a bit "stiff" ATM

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    (Original post by Aria Enoshima)

    Keffiyeh, coloured skinny jeans and faux leather jackets I would say
    faux leather jackets? WAT
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    faux leather jackets? WAT
    Noooooo he's mad faux leather jackets are back in fashion :cool:
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    (Original post by JFP)
    Noooooo he's mad faux leather jackets are back in fashion :cool:
    are they?
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    are they?
    Definitely! I bought one in the christmas sales and was slightly apprehensive as to what mates would say as I'm in a proper 'lads lads' group, but they all said it looked really good. I also wore it out to a club that night and saw 3 other people wearing a faux leather jacket. I think how well one suits you depends on your hairstyle though.
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    (Original post by Bobbi!)
    crop tops and heeled boots.... not things I would expect to see a straight man wearing.

    What is a keffiyeh..........??
    Smart shoes such as brogues do have heels, and are very normal for men.
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    Oh. I guess. I thought he meant high heels. Smart boots as you describe are usual for men you're right!
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    are they?
    No straight man would consciously wear jeans this skinny
    I saw one bloke with his girlfriend wear a pair and i felt sick


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