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    Right so was asking my mate for fashion advice today.

    We're both skinny, lanky guys with really long stick-like legs. However recently this dudes legs suddenly look a lot less stick-like and a lot more defined.

    So basically I asked him "WTF?!"

    He replied by taking down his trousers...

    I covered my eyes (I didnt peek, I swear)...however when I opened them I saw that he was wearing another pair of jeans underneath! THEN he took THOSE down!

    Covering my eyes again...When I opened them I saw he was wearing a pair of three-quarters.

    I was shocked and realised this was how he had added definition.

    Now I am planning on doing the same to remove the lankyness.

    So...has anyone here ever worn two trousers?

    (:rolleyes:)
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    Only when I go camping and it rains, and I wear my normal trousers plus I slip on my overtrousers. :p:
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    wouldnt the bottom pair ride up?
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    Only if Im doing something where im going to be in the rain or splashed, where I bang on a pair of waterproof trakkies over my trousers/jeans. - I have big legs so don't see the need personally.
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    Only if you want to sweat loads ;no;
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    Only if you care what other people think of you.
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    (Original post by Sausage)
    wouldnt the bottom pair ride up?
    Ride up?

    :eek:

    (explain)
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    (Original post by dangle)
    Only if you want to sweat loads ;no;
    wouldnt that mean you would have to wear lots of underwear as well then?
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    (Original post by ISH)
    Only if you care what other people think of you.
    It sounds pretty comfortable to me. The guy I was talking to also said it was comfortable.

    Hence why I'm asking here...ok let me add another question to my original question which was originally asked in this hereby thread...

    Have you ever worn two trousers?
    Was it comfortable?
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    (Original post by Sausage)
    wouldnt that mean you would have to wear lots of underwear as well then?
    Nah. You're just making air gaps between each trouser layer so you're going to retain body heat a lot more.

    It's really quite uncomfortable if you're walking around a lot ;no;
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    hahahah 2 pairs

    what about jeans that are like baggy, to make it look like there's more there?

    or if thats not good enough... 2 pairs :rolleyes:
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    That sounds highly uncomfortable :/
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    (Original post by Bedshaped)
    Ride up?

    :eek:

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    Like when you walk the under-pair would move up. Like underwear does.
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    (Original post by Sausage)
    Like when you walk the under-pair would move up. Like underwear does.
    Wedgie? :^_^:
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    Blah I shall try this idea tommorow when I go into town.

    Lets see if its comfortable/if I get any strange looks.
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    (Original post by red)
    Wedgie? :^_^:
    Haha exactly:hmmm:
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    Cunning.
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    Wow, people got issues.
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    Err, I once was camping but didn't have a tent so me and my friend bought loads of clothes from charity shops and wore them all to keep warm... looked like right tits though
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    I used to wear jeans under my school trousers. But I have no actual idea why.
 
 
 
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