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2010-10-05 3:55 PM
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cardenas1 - 2010-10-05 2:37 PM I stopped replying my 2 cents on style and fashion when I realized other COJ'ers also wear man-capri's & get lower back tatoos.   


Does it cancel out if I cut off my tight jeans into manpri's?



Wow, a manpri skinny jean messenger bag fixie hipster. That explains so much.


2010-10-05 3:59 PM
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mrbbrad - 2010-10-05 3:55 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 4:23 PM
cardenas1 - 2010-10-05 2:37 PM I stopped replying my 2 cents on style and fashion when I realized other COJ'ers also wear man-capri's & get lower back tatoos.   


Does it cancel out if I cut off my tight jeans into manpri's?



Wow, a manpri skinny jean messenger bag fixie hipster. That explains so much.
I have yet to qualify for hipster status. I sent in my card, but I don't smoke or drink PBR, I can't grow ironic facial hair and my kids really put a damper on the whole thing.
2010-10-05 4:02 PM
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UWMadTri - 2010-10-06 4:59 AM
mrbbrad - 2010-10-05 3:55 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 4:23 PM
cardenas1 - 2010-10-05 2:37 PM I stopped replying my 2 cents on style and fashion when I realized other COJ'ers also wear man-capri's & get lower back tatoos.   


Does it cancel out if I cut off my tight jeans into manpri's?



Wow, a manpri skinny jean messenger bag fixie hipster. That explains so much.
I have yet to qualify for hipster status. I sent in my card, but I don't smoke or drink PBR, I can't grow ironic facial hair and my kids really put a damper on the whole thing.


Never mind hipster ... you've managed the most amazing type of mancard, ever. Based on posts in other CoJ threads.
2010-10-05 4:10 PM
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TriAya - 2010-10-05 4:02 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-06 4:59 AM
mrbbrad - 2010-10-05 3:55 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 4:23 PM
cardenas1 - 2010-10-05 2:37 PM I stopped replying my 2 cents on style and fashion when I realized other COJ'ers also wear man-capri's & get lower back tatoos.   


Does it cancel out if I cut off my tight jeans into manpri's?



Wow, a manpri skinny jean messenger bag fixie hipster. That explains so much.
I have yet to qualify for hipster status. I sent in my card, but I don't smoke or drink PBR, I can't grow ironic facial hair and my kids really put a damper on the whole thing.


Never mind hipster ... you've managed the most amazing type of mancard, ever. Based on posts in other CoJ threads.


Aww, thanks!

By the by, I'd worry more about the fact that I have my aero bottle holders on my fixie than anything else. I actually have a picture floating around somewhere where I have my 303 track wheel on the rear with an 808 front. It's douche at its most ridiculous. I have to find that picture now.
2010-10-05 4:44 PM
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UWMadTri - 2010-10-06 5:10 AM
TriAya - 2010-10-05 4:02 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-06 4:59 AM
mrbbrad - 2010-10-05 3:55 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 4:23 PM
cardenas1 - 2010-10-05 2:37 PM I stopped replying my 2 cents on style and fashion when I realized other COJ'ers also wear man-capri's & get lower back tatoos.   


Does it cancel out if I cut off my tight jeans into manpri's?



Wow, a manpri skinny jean messenger bag fixie hipster. That explains so much.
I have yet to qualify for hipster status. I sent in my card, but I don't smoke or drink PBR, I can't grow ironic facial hair and my kids really put a damper on the whole thing.


Never mind hipster ... you've managed the most amazing type of mancard, ever. Based on posts in other CoJ threads.


Aww, thanks!

By the by, I'd worry more about the fact that I have my aero bottle holders on my fixie than anything else. I actually have a picture floating around somewhere where I have my 303 track wheel on the rear with an 808 front. It's douche at its most ridiculous. I have to find that picture now.


I have a Nemo horn on my racing bike. It used to be a turtle horn.
2010-10-05 7:11 PM
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UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 3:44 PM The baggiest jeans I own would be too tight for most people. *shrug* Good friends own one of the most respected denim stores in the world and hey...my nuts look good in them!

ETA: Just in case this thread turned you guys into closet tight jeans wearers, buy them from my buddies:

http://www.contextclothing.com/


Hey wait... that's where my Nudies come from...


2010-10-05 7:19 PM
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jmk-brooklyn - 2010-10-05 10:50 AM I think skinny jeans look cool on the right person. I wouldn’t wear them, but I’m a 40-year old straight guy with athletic quads. If I was a 26-year old barista/web designer, I’d wear them proudly, along with my ironic t-shirt and straw fedora.


I feel I should inform you that ironic t-shirts are very 3 years ago. Your imaginary younger you should stay out of t-shirts with rhinestones and glitter, too. *shudder*

I'm going to ignore the tassel comment!
2010-10-05 10:14 PM
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Leegoocrap - 2010-10-05 7:11 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 3:44 PM The baggiest jeans I own would be too tight for most people. *shrug* Good friends own one of the most respected denim stores in the world and hey...my nuts look good in them!

ETA: Just in case this thread turned you guys into closet tight jeans wearers, buy them from my buddies:

http://www.contextclothing.com/


Hey wait... that's where my Nudies come from...
Awesome! Those guys are the only ones in the country that sell the RR's now. My first pair of denim were the RR's.
2010-10-06 6:18 AM
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UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 11:14 PM
Leegoocrap - 2010-10-05 7:11 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 3:44 PM The baggiest jeans I own would be too tight for most people. *shrug* Good friends own one of the most respected denim stores in the world and hey...my nuts look good in them!

ETA: Just in case this thread turned you guys into closet tight jeans wearers, buy them from my buddies:

http://www.contextclothing.com/


Hey wait... that's where my Nudies come from...
Awesome! Those guys are the only ones in the country that sell the RR's now. My first pair of denim were the RR's.


That's exactly what I've got on actually... 3 months 'in' SJ's worked out well, but I got the dreaded "blow out" and even after patching it just wasn't the same...
2010-10-06 8:14 AM
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UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 5:10 PM
TriAya - 2010-10-05 4:02 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-06 4:59 AM
mrbbrad - 2010-10-05 3:55 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 4:23 PM
cardenas1 - 2010-10-05 2:37 PM I stopped replying my 2 cents on style and fashion when I realized other COJ'ers also wear man-capri's & get lower back tatoos.   


Does it cancel out if I cut off my tight jeans into manpri's?



Wow, a manpri skinny jean messenger bag fixie hipster. That explains so much.
I have yet to qualify for hipster status. I sent in my card, but I don't smoke or drink PBR, I can't grow ironic facial hair and my kids really put a damper on the whole thing.


Never mind hipster ... you've managed the most amazing type of mancard, ever. Based on posts in other CoJ threads.


Aww, thanks!


Um, yeah.... women cannot dole out mancard status.

Plus, you get additional points off for typing "Aww"
2010-10-06 8:30 AM
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mrbbrad - 2010-10-06 9:14 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 5:10 PM
TriAya - 2010-10-05 4:02 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-06 4:59 AM
mrbbrad - 2010-10-05 3:55 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 4:23 PM
cardenas1 - 2010-10-05 2:37 PM I stopped replying my 2 cents on style and fashion when I realized other COJ'ers also wear man-capri's & get lower back tatoos.   


Does it cancel out if I cut off my tight jeans into manpri's?



Wow, a manpri skinny jean messenger bag fixie hipster. That explains so much.
I have yet to qualify for hipster status. I sent in my card, but I don't smoke or drink PBR, I can't grow ironic facial hair and my kids really put a damper on the whole thing.


Never mind hipster ... you've managed the most amazing type of mancard, ever. Based on posts in other CoJ threads.


Aww, thanks!


Um, yeah.... women cannot dole out mancard status.

Plus, you get additional points off for typing "Aww"


Mebbe not, but he needs no doling. HE JUST HAZ MANCARD.


2010-10-06 8:54 AM
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Have we gotten a definition of FUPA yet?
2010-10-06 8:56 AM
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yes

jgaither - 2010-10-05 12:45 PM
TriForrestTri - 2010-10-05 8:52 AM

Uhhhh - What's FUPA?



Fat Upper P_____ Area.  While originally intended for the female persuasion, it is equally applicable to both sexes.


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2010-10-06 10:46 AM
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Leegoocrap - 2010-10-06 6:18 AM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 11:14 PM
Leegoocrap - 2010-10-05 7:11 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 3:44 PM The baggiest jeans I own would be too tight for most people. *shrug* Good friends own one of the most respected denim stores in the world and hey...my nuts look good in them!

ETA: Just in case this thread turned you guys into closet tight jeans wearers, buy them from my buddies:

http://www.contextclothing.com/


Hey wait... that's where my Nudies come from...
Awesome! Those guys are the only ones in the country that sell the RR's now. My first pair of denim were the RR's.


That's exactly what I've got on actually... 3 months 'in' SJ's worked out well, but I got the dreaded "blow out" and even after patching it just wasn't the same...


Holy crap, you can fit into SJ's?! Those things were like vice grips on me.

mrbbrad- you seem very worried about my manhood. Is there something you'd like to talk about? I'd like to apologize in advance...I'm heterosexual.
2010-10-06 11:56 AM
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I bought a pair of skinny black jeans...and they're baggy
2010-10-06 11:59 AM
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UWMadTri - 2010-10-06 11:46 AM
Leegoocrap - 2010-10-06 6:18 AM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 11:14 PM
Leegoocrap - 2010-10-05 7:11 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 3:44 PM The baggiest jeans I own would be too tight for most people. *shrug* Good friends own one of the most respected denim stores in the world and hey...my nuts look good in them!

ETA: Just in case this thread turned you guys into closet tight jeans wearers, buy them from my buddies:

http://www.contextclothing.com/


Hey wait... that's where my Nudies come from...
Awesome! Those guys are the only ones in the country that sell the RR's now. My first pair of denim were the RR's.


That's exactly what I've got on actually... 3 months 'in' SJ's worked out well, but I got the dreaded "blow out" and even after patching it just wasn't the same...


Holy crap, you can fit into SJ's?! Those things were like vice grips on me.

mrbbrad- you seem very worried about my manhood. Is there something you'd like to talk about? I'd like to apologize in advance...I'm heterosexual.


That was almost clever.


2010-10-06 12:00 PM
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TerryW - 2010-10-06 9:56 AM I bought a pair of skinny black jeans...and they're baggy


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2010-10-06 12:52 PM
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UWMadTri - 2010-10-06 11:46 AM
Leegoocrap - 2010-10-06 6:18 AM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 11:14 PM
Leegoocrap - 2010-10-05 7:11 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 3:44 PM The baggiest jeans I own would be too tight for most people. *shrug* Good friends own one of the most respected denim stores in the world and hey...my nuts look good in them!

ETA: Just in case this thread turned you guys into closet tight jeans wearers, buy them from my buddies:

http://www.contextclothing.com/


Hey wait... that's where my Nudies come from...
Awesome! Those guys are the only ones in the country that sell the RR's now. My first pair of denim were the RR's.


That's exactly what I've got on actually... 3 months 'in' SJ's worked out well, but I got the dreaded "blow out" and even after patching it just wasn't the same...


Holy crap, you can fit into SJ's?! Those things were like vice grips on me.

mrbbrad- you seem very worried about my manhood. Is there something you'd like to talk about? I'd like to apologize in advance...I'm heterosexual.


yeah, I've had 3 pair of SJ's.

The old school dry's (I think I bought them in 2001) - lasted about 2 years before they blew out.
The Organic Dry's lasted a couple of months... they weren't very impressive and looked "green"
And some SJ Dry Black Coated's... Still got them, they look like leather now... they also seem stronger than the others.
No problems out of my RR's.
I still stand by the fact that my New Standards, although too big for me now, are the most durable pair of denim ever made. I had 2+ years in them with almost 0 fading.
2010-10-06 2:46 PM
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Leegoocrap - 2010-10-06 12:52 PM

yeah, I've had 3 pair of SJ's.

The old school dry's (I think I bought them in 2001) - lasted about 2 years before they blew out.
The Organic Dry's lasted a couple of months... they weren't very impressive and looked "green"
And some SJ Dry Black Coated's... Still got them, they look like leather now... they also seem stronger than the others.
No problems out of my RR's.
I still stand by the fact that my New Standards, although too big for me now, are the most durable pair of denim ever made. I had 2+ years in them with almost 0 fading.


That's crazy. Maybe I need to run more to trim down these fat thighs. :p

If you think NS's are durable, you should try some of the new stuff that they've got. I'm particularly a fan of the Momotaro stuff. It's kind of like wearing cardboard, even for someone who is used to wearing cardboard.
2010-10-07 12:44 PM
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For the love of everything that is holy.... NO!!!!! NEVER!!!!

bctri21 - 2010-10-04 3:44 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? 
2010-10-07 1:12 PM
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Whatever you do... Not This. 

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2010-10-08 4:54 PM
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2010-10-08 5:01 PM
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Those pants are keeping those belts up.
2010-10-09 8:17 PM
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I have a handful of 8th grade boys who wear skinny jeans--not the bright colored ones, but dark washed denim, and they look adorable.  Much past 18 years old though, I dunno.
2010-10-09 8:30 PM
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mrbbrad - 2010-10-05 1:14 PM
UWMadTri - 2010-10-05 3:44 PM The baggiest jeans I own would be too tight for most people. *shrug* Good friends own one of the most respected denim stores in the world and hey...my nuts look good in them!

ETA: Just in case this thread turned you guys into closet tight jeans wearers, buy them from my buddies:

http://www.contextclothing.com/


Not at those prices


But the demin is historically correct.   sheesh!  
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