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2010-10-04 3:44 PM

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2010-10-04 3:47 PM
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Subject: RE: Skinny Jeans for Dudes
I don't know why, but they make me laugh.  seriously.  I giggle audibly when I see a dude wearing them.  It's compulsive.  not sure why it's funny to me.
2010-10-04 3:47 PM
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bctri21 - 2010-10-04 1:44 PM I do not want a pair of these nut huggers, but was wondering what you all thought.  I saw a guy my age (28) wearing skinny jeans and promised myself I would never ever put a pair of those things on.  Should grown men be wearing skinny jeans? 



Depends on the dude.  A punk or rocker dude in skinny jeans?  Sure.  A hipster?  Sure.  

IMO, most men wear jeans that are much too loose.  I'm not saying you've got to wear the "nut huggers" (Tongue out), but fit is important...and makes guys look hot. 
2010-10-04 3:47 PM
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bctri21 - 2010-10-04 1:44 PM I do not want a pair of these nut huggers, but was wondering what you all thought.  I saw a guy my age (28) wearing skinny jeans and promised myself I would never ever put a pair of those things on.  Should grown men be wearing skinny jeans? 


Who am I to judge if some guy wants to look lame or not. People can wear what ever they want
2010-10-04 3:56 PM
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2010-10-04 3:58 PM
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bctri21 - 2010-10-04 1:56 PM

Appa,
   I wear spandex and a skin tight tri top, so I am not judging anyone's fashion sense.  I simply find humor in them, and the guys in their late 20s who sport them.

Nerd,

   I buy that answer, but still, do you think that guys look respectable wearing those things?!?! The guy I saw wearing them just jumped off of his fixie and I have no idea how he managed to move his legs without ripping those drawers.



I think you missed my joke


2010-10-04 3:59 PM
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2010-10-04 4:07 PM
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Just as long as he's racing to win in them
2010-10-04 4:09 PM
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Skinny, uncomfortable, nut-hugging jeans are much better than pleated anything any day.  If any of you own pleated pants, you must get rid of them ASAP.  Nobody likes a dude with a FUPA Laughing
2010-10-04 4:20 PM
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I think the bigger question is this: Should dudes even have the body shape to be ABLE to wear skinny jeans?
2010-10-04 4:21 PM
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Subject: RE: Skinny Jeans for Dudes
There's a college girl cutie at my work who's wearing them right now.  Wattasight.


2010-10-04 4:22 PM
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briderdt - 2010-10-04 2:20 PM I think the bigger question is this: Should dudes even have the body shape to be ABLE to wear skinny jeans?


Now, that is a good question!  I prefer my men with some meat, so any man of mine would not have the body for skinny jeans....but a nice fitted jean, yes. 
2010-10-04 4:22 PM
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  1. Whatever floats yer boat.
  2. The men in my potential dating pool (as if!) are well past the age of looking Emo. NTTAWWT.
  3. Women can look FANTASTIC in these jeans!


Edited by Renee 2010-10-04 4:23 PM
2010-10-04 4:22 PM
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briderdt - 2010-10-04 2:20 PM I think the bigger question is this: Should dudes even have the body shape to be ABLE to wear skinny jeans?


I dont.
2010-10-04 4:23 PM
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1stTimeTri - 2010-10-04 2:21 PM There's a college girl cutie at my work who's wearing them right now.  Wattasight.


Is there really any question that they can be cute on girls?!  As long as there's no muffin top, I think girls are super cute in them...and I wear them all the time. 
2010-10-04 4:23 PM
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Big Appa - 2010-10-04 4:22 PM
briderdt - 2010-10-04 2:20 PM I think the bigger question is this: Should dudes even have the body shape to be ABLE to wear skinny jeans?


I dont.


White pants??


2010-10-04 4:26 PM
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nerdjock - 2010-10-04 3:09 PM Skinny, uncomfortable, nut-hugging jeans are much better than pleated anything any day.  If any of you own pleated pants, you must get rid of them ASAP.  Nobody likes a dude with a FUPA Laughing

first time I believe that I have heard an opinion on mens pleated pants.  I know I have pleated dress pants.  These things are out of style now?  Not that I really care about style.  It's been at least a decade since I really have given style much thought.
2010-10-04 4:30 PM
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rayd - 2010-10-04 2:26 PM
nerdjock - 2010-10-04 3:09 PM Skinny, uncomfortable, nut-hugging jeans are much better than pleated anything any day.  If any of you own pleated pants, you must get rid of them ASAP.  Nobody likes a dude with a FUPA Laughing

first time I believe that I have heard an opinion on mens pleated pants.  I know I have pleated dress pants.  These things are out of style now?  Not that I really care about style.  It's been at least a decade since I really have given style much thought.


Flat front are much more flattering.  Pleats make your business area look, uh, frumpy and, uh, FUPA-like. Most men do not realize this and continue to wear them.   
2010-10-04 4:36 PM
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skinny jeans = too hipster! (JMHO, of course )
2010-10-04 5:01 PM
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Subject: RE: Skinny Jeans for Dudes
1stTimeTri - 2010-10-04 2:23 PM
Big Appa - 2010-10-04 4:22 PM
briderdt - 2010-10-04 2:20 PM I think the bigger question is this: Should dudes even have the body shape to be ABLE to wear skinny jeans?


I dont.


White pants??


I have too much pace booty and athletic legs to wear skinny jeans

Edited by Big Appa 2010-10-04 5:02 PM
2010-10-04 5:10 PM
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They sure worked on this guy

I apologize for not smiling, the party was going poorly.

But in general, no, they don't work.


2010-10-04 5:22 PM
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Subject: RE: Skinny Jeans for Dudes
nerdjock - 2010-10-04 4:30 PM
rayd - 2010-10-04 2:26 PM
nerdjock - 2010-10-04 3:09 PM Skinny, uncomfortable, nut-hugging jeans are much better than pleated anything any day.  If any of you own pleated pants, you must get rid of them ASAP.  Nobody likes a dude with a FUPA Laughing

first time I believe that I have heard an opinion on mens pleated pants.  I know I have pleated dress pants.  These things are out of style now?  Not that I really care about style.  It's been at least a decade since I really have given style much thought.


Flat front are much more flattering.  Pleats make your business area look, uh, frumpy and, uh, FUPA-like. Most men do not realize this and continue to wear them.   


This is only true if you don't have them tailored.  A good tailor makes pleats look excellent. 

This is also truer for younger gentlemen than older. 

Edited by jdwright56 2010-10-04 5:22 PM
2010-10-04 7:35 PM
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Subject: RE: Skinny Jeans for Dudes
jdwright56 - 2010-10-04 5:22 PM
nerdjock - 2010-10-04 4:30 PM
rayd - 2010-10-04 2:26 PM
nerdjock - 2010-10-04 3:09 PM Skinny, uncomfortable, nut-hugging jeans are much better than pleated anything any day.  If any of you own pleated pants, you must get rid of them ASAP.  Nobody likes a dude with a FUPA Laughing

first time I believe that I have heard an opinion on mens pleated pants.  I know I have pleated dress pants.  These things are out of style now?  Not that I really care about style.  It's been at least a decade since I really have given style much thought.


Flat front are much more flattering.  Pleats make your business area look, uh, frumpy and, uh, FUPA-like. Most men do not realize this and continue to wear them.   


This is only true if you don't have them tailored.  A good tailor makes pleats look excellent. 

This is also truer for younger gentlemen than older. 
X2All my suits have pleated pants and *gasp* cuffs. Pleats keep your "business" from showing. The right material and the right tailor and pleats are classic.
2010-10-04 8:09 PM
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jgaither - 2010-10-04 8:35 PM
jdwright56 - 2010-10-04 5:22 PM
nerdjock - 2010-10-04 4:30 PM
rayd - 2010-10-04 2:26 PM
nerdjock - 2010-10-04 3:09 PM Skinny, uncomfortable, nut-hugging jeans are much better than pleated anything any day.  If any of you own pleated pants, you must get rid of them ASAP.  Nobody likes a dude with a FUPA Laughing

first time I believe that I have heard an opinion on mens pleated pants.  I know I have pleated dress pants.  These things are out of style now?  Not that I really care about style.  It's been at least a decade since I really have given style much thought.


Flat front are much more flattering.  Pleats make your business area look, uh, frumpy and, uh, FUPA-like. Most men do not realize this and continue to wear them.   


This is only true if you don't have them tailored.  A good tailor makes pleats look excellent. 

This is also truer for younger gentlemen than older. 
X2All my suits have pleated pants and *gasp* cuffs. Pleats keep your "business" from showing. The right material and the right tailor and pleats are classic.


I <3 this.

Lace-up shoes or wingtip kiltie tassels?

2010-10-04 8:27 PM
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Subject: RE: Skinny Jeans for Dudes
Renee - 2010-10-04 8:09 PM
jgaither - 2010-10-04 8:35 PM
jdwright56 - 2010-10-04 5:22 PM
nerdjock - 2010-10-04 4:30 PM
rayd - 2010-10-04 2:26 PM
nerdjock - 2010-10-04 3:09 PM Skinny, uncomfortable, nut-hugging jeans are much better than pleated anything any day.  If any of you own pleated pants, you must get rid of them ASAP.  Nobody likes a dude with a FUPA Laughing

first time I believe that I have heard an opinion on mens pleated pants.  I know I have pleated dress pants.  These things are out of style now?  Not that I really care about style.  It's been at least a decade since I really have given style much thought.


Flat front are much more flattering.  Pleats make your business area look, uh, frumpy and, uh, FUPA-like. Most men do not realize this and continue to wear them.   


This is only true if you don't have them tailored.  A good tailor makes pleats look excellent. 

This is also truer for younger gentlemen than older. 
X2All my suits have pleated pants and *gasp* cuffs. Pleats keep your "business" from showing. The right material and the right tailor and pleats are classic.


I <3 this.

Lace-up shoes or wingtip kiltie tassels?


No tassles allowed.  Maybe it is the Marine in me.
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