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    skinny jeans
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    (Original post by tommm)
    Clothes.
    That is the best answer a guy could give to this question...i was actually sitting there trying to think of something clever to say that didnt sound gay, but couldnt come up with anything...lmao...

    "clothes"

    haha- brilliant!
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    (Original post by belle654)
    skinny jeans
    But, why??
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    Jeans, tee-shirt... and a big cosy jumper I can pinch :p: Shirts with the sleeves rolled up are always good too
    No go: Anything with the collar turned up
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    Hmm, as long as it looks good then I'm not fussed. I like shirts, polo tops, rugby tops, regular jumpers..it just depends.
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    (Original post by Tinkerbee)
    nothing :teeth:
    that can be arranged if you wish :woo:
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    Nothing tbqfh
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    As long as it isn't cheap and shiny, I'm sure it's fine.
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    Anything except "stylishly" distressed/faded light denim jeans. They also have to FIT, so not hanging off your arse or so tight you need a knife to get them off.
    And please God, no upturned collars or gelled up hair.
    *shudder*
    And no tracksuits. Ever ever ever.
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    (Original post by Liverpool's Number 9)
    Easy there Ma'am.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k99h5aikc4g
    Sorry mate, I'm a fan but the boots are a no no. I'm not sure why it's just something deep within that would stop me dead in my tracks were I to see some one wearing them when it's clearly not dress up night at some uni do...
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    I think skinny jeans are the most distressing piece of clothing ever invented
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    I love it when guys wear dark black shirts and dark jeans, but who can pull it off to look casual. Really really like that
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    (Original post by Lithium)
    But, why??
    i love skinny jeans on men, whys that odd?!!
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    :dontknow: cos it squishes them there
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    Mmmm yes. Skinny jeans
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    (Original post by SuperDaz)
    I'd rather wear nothing than dress like that
    Nothing wrong with dressing like that. Its all I practically wear during the summer.
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    (Original post by Darkeyes28)
    Sorry mate, I'm a fan but the boots are a no no. I'm not sure why it's just something deep within that would stop me dead in my tracks were I to see some one wearing them when it's clearly not dress up night at some uni do...
    Okay, well, just for you I'll take them off.





    disclaimer: I'm still a cowboy, on a steel horse I ride....
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    (Original post by tami*)
    :dontknow: cos it squishes them there
    Yea, THERE :eek::no:
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    Some days I'm so glad I'm a woman. Male fashion is so :yawn:

    How can they leave the house feeling fab in the dull crap they are expected to wear?
 
 
 
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