Why don't more girls wear dresses?

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Lol, perfect for any woman surely
my profile pic is my reaction to everything you have ever posted on this thread.
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Me? you were talking about some other thread. Did I miss some good porn?
Yes, your thread from last month
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Women aren't there to look pleasing to your eyes, Gav. I as a girl loathe dresses, because they're impractical while running for the bus in the mornings and away from people I've pissed off. Either way, unless you become a female, I don't give two ***** about your opinion
Normally a fair room for movement. Not sure why you want to run away from people to my knowledge most girls don't get into that sort of trouble much. Need to look classy first so long as its not really impractical I would say.
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I cackled sorry hahaha
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Me? you were talking about some other thread. Did I miss some good porn?
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Ah good to hear good things are still going on, on those threads
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i exclusively wear longer skirts and dresses and can confirm they´re soo much comfier and practical. I´d say many girls don´t because they don´t really see others doing so, girls ask me why i only wear skirts and dresses all the time and act like i´m really strange..

They definitely make you feel more feminine, i cant walk around my house in pants without feeling masculine now lol. But maybe that type of femininity isn´t what most girls are going for now which is fine as long as they´re happy
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All of your threads are creepy.
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i exclusively wear longer skirts and dresses and can confirm they´re soo much comfier and practical. I´d say many girls don´t because they don´t really see others doing so, girls ask me why i only wear skirts and dresses all the time and act like i´m really strange..

They definitely make you feel more feminine, i cant walk around my house in pants without feeling masculine now lol. But maybe that type of femininity isn´t what most girls are going for now which is fine as long as they´re happy
That's terrific I don't think it's strange at all and don't think most guys would see it as strange at all. In fact I think they would love to see more of it. Great they make you feel more feminine and good about yourself! Good on you, don't worry about what others say. It's good to see a girl in here see like I do on this.
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All of your threads are creepy.
Thank you!
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No dresses because of people like you
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Unsure why this is not in the fashion section.

With that being said as a man I generally agree. British women were probably better dressed casually in the 40’s-60’s.
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No dresses because of people like you
People like me, what do you mean?
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Unsure why this is not in the fashion section.

With that being said as a man I generally agree. British women were probably better dressed casually in the 40’s-60’s.
There isn’t a pervert basement section on TSR to send it to, I don’t know if this is a good or a bad thing
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If it stops me from wanting to furiously burp the worm then I’m all for it, dresses are not where it’s at.
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There isn’t a pervert basement section on TSR to send it to, I don’t know if this is a good or a bad thing
What's perverted about dresses? Used to be what most women traditionally worn.
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What's perverted about dresses? Used to be what most women traditionally worn.
luckily, the world has moved on
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I don't see that dresses are at all impractical if that is what you mean by answer. They keep whole in one piece and don't look not so good after sitting down & standing up. Dresses look very practical so far as I can see. So surprises me that not more girls wear them.
As others have pointed out, try wearing dresses yourself. If you find something as basic as a shirt impractical, you'll really struggle with a dress. Lack of pockets, cold, impractical for things like riding a bike, etc.

Why do you think men aren't walking around in robes like Benedictine monks?
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Where are you living?
I see plenty of girls who wear dresses and some, almost exclusively. Just like there are many other girls who prefer the casual trousers and shirt look.
It's primarily just a matter of preference. Don't know why you are getting so tensed up...
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As others have pointed out, try wearing dresses yourself. If you find something as basic as a shirt impractical, you'll really struggle with a dress. Lack of pockets, cold, impractical for things like riding a bike, etc.

Why do you think men aren't walking around in robes like Benedictine monks?
They do, hoodies, even girls wear them too, they must want to be Benedictine monks too

I see your point but do girls really ride bikes that much? I tend to think not do. The right sort of dress I reckon could alleviate problems you suggest with cold I think.
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