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Old 2011-04-30, 21:59   Link #8661
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Good tight jeans that make your ass look great? Oh yeah, I've got plenty of that magic, too. Skirts are just way more comfortable.
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Old 2011-04-30, 22:03   Link #8662
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Dude, he doesn't have a beard, not good.



Now that's a man.
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Old 2011-04-30, 22:21   Link #8663
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Dude, he doesn't have a beard, not good.
I think you missed the joke/point of that without the text being present on that image .
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Old 2011-04-30, 22:45   Link #8664
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I think you missed the joke/point of that without the text being present on that image .
I know, but I couldn't find a better image of a guy doing something semi-similiar with a beard.

He kinda looks like he's leering, so it's fine for me.
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Old 2011-05-01, 08:56   Link #8665
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Good tight jeans that make your ass look great? Oh yeah, I've got plenty of that magic, too. Skirts are just way more comfortable.
I second that.
Even so you have to be more cautious when bending down and stuff Stupid modesty D:

@beard, hmmmm really depends on the guy and the beard. Needs to be neat, a forest really isn't nice when kissing or doing other stuff.
I have a weakness for stubbles, I have to admit. Love to poke and stroke 'em. They're just so wonderful manly ... and it's easy to tease guys about it - double win!
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Old 2011-05-01, 10:22   Link #8666
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Don't all you guys and gals agree that beards are magnificent?
A beard... hm. Maybe clean shavin for a special occasion. Otherwise, I have no problem keeping a beard.
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Old 2011-05-01, 10:45   Link #8667
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Don't all you guys and gals agree that beards are magnificent?
Well I dunno, it depends. It works for some guys but others not so much. Plus it's always so itchy.

Real men aren't defined by their beard but what they smell like.

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Skirts, tight jeans, and short shorts are nice and all but the best thing about summer is all them pretty girls at the beach.
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Old 2011-05-01, 12:17   Link #8668
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The beard stops itching after a week or two and it's grown in a bit.

Plus when you have a beard you can rid yourself of those weird chin sensations you've got after shaving.
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Old 2011-05-01, 16:46   Link #8669
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Yeah, it's amazing, when that snow melts women's attractiveness increases to over 9000!

Man, if only it was a bit warmer here in Ireland. Girls always have to wear leggings with their skirts .

Does this make me sound pervy .
The right leggings can definitely look amazing on girls though.
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Old 2011-05-01, 17:18   Link #8670
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Personally I prefer a well groomed man, although a little stubble isn't bad actually it tickles! But guys please no more goteas or Fu Man Chu style mustaches, either grow the damn thing out or shave it off! That goofy thing Paul Teutle Sr. has is just WTF.
As for sexy summer wear, a guy in tight jeans can certainly make my day, especially if he has a nice ass too! Something like Hugh Jackman (YES!!! PLEASE!!!!).
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Old 2011-05-01, 19:30   Link #8671
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The right leggings can definitely look amazing on girls though.
Nonsense, leggings are just de-facto pants. Sure, I suppose they maintain the shape, but they're just an inferior replacement for the real deal.

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As for sexy summer wear, a guy in tight jeans can certainly make my day, especially if he has a nice ass too! Something like Hugh Jackman (YES!!! PLEASE!!!!).
The problem with tight jeans is that... they're too tight! Can't move in the damn things. Even normal jeans are so stiff.

Me, I love my Chinos. Comfortable and can be worn in a formal environment. They're the pants for all occasions! Pretty cheap too.
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Old 2011-05-01, 19:56   Link #8672
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Yeah, straight cut jeans for me. I like to keep freedom of mobility in my legs :S
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Old 2011-05-01, 20:12   Link #8673
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^Well I didn't mean jeans so tight they cut off your circulation! Just something your comfortable in and are nice to look at, if you get my drift?
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Old 2011-05-01, 20:14   Link #8674
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...which in my case, would still be straight cut jeans. XD
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Old 2011-05-01, 20:24   Link #8675
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Me, I prefer baggy jeans for working out in the yard or everyday where, but I have my "skinny" jeans as well, fir when I want to look good and maybe cause a whip lash or two.
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Old 2011-05-01, 20:38   Link #8676
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Which reminds me to make myself an actual wardrobe when I get out of school...by handing some of my female friends $500 and asking them what would look good on me.
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Old 2011-05-01, 21:21   Link #8677
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My problem with jeans is that I'm extremely flexible, and enjoy sitting in a manner similiar to L. Usually Jeans don't allow that range of movement, while khakis and Chinos do, being much lighter material.

On the other hand, I haven't worn jeans in ages, so I could wrong. Jeans are a lot tougher then Chinos, but I can't see em being comfortable in hot weather like light chinos are.
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Old 2011-05-01, 21:30   Link #8678
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Now that the weather is getting warmer on campus, jeans are going away and being replaced with skirts and shorts. I'm seeing lots and lots of legs lately.
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Old 2011-05-01, 21:48   Link #8679
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Jeans or dress pants with boots or dress shoes respectively for me. One must always appear presentable at all times if they are to leave the house.

I love how this has partially deviated into fashion, yet none of us care.
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Old 2011-05-01, 23:13   Link #8680
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I second that.
Even so you have to be more cautious when bending down and stuff Stupid modesty D:
I actually just don't worry about it anymore, even though "short" skirts are especially short on me, because I'm rather tall and have long legs. Usually due to the weather, I have tights on anyway.

But in the instances where I don't wear tights, I just make sure I pick panties that look good, so if it happens, at least I'll look good.

I tend to bend down by crouching with my knees, anyway. It's better for your back.

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Nonsense, leggings are just de-facto pants. Sure, I suppose they maintain the shape, but they're just an inferior replacement for the real deal.

The problem with tight jeans is that... they're too tight! Can't move in the damn things. Even normal jeans are so stiff.

Me, I love my Chinos. Comfortable and can be worn in a formal environment. They're the pants for all occasions! Pretty cheap too.
I love tights. My legs look good in them, especially with a good pair of Mary Janes or knee-high boots.

Girls can get away with tight jeans more because our jeans have stretchy power!

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Me, I prefer baggy jeans for working out in the yard or everyday where, but I have my "skinny" jeans as well, fir when I want to look good and maybe cause a whip lash or two.
I only have one pair of skinny jeans and they are only worn with boots. I hate skinny jeans for any other occasion--they make my feet look positively enormous. I usually wear bootcut, but I miss five years ago when I could find cute flare-leg jeans everywhere.

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My problem with jeans is that I'm extremely flexible, and enjoy sitting in a manner similiar to L. Usually Jeans don't allow that range of movement, while khakis and Chinos do, being much lighter material.
It's different for guys because hipster-skinny-jeans for men are not stretchy, while most women's jeans have spandex in the weave, so they give as you move. Even my tightest, most curve-outlining pair of jeans are perfectly easy to move around in.

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Now that the weather is getting warmer on campus, jeans are going away and being replaced with skirts and shorts. I'm seeing lots and lots of legs lately.
I did today and I drew a lot of eyes. My orange two-tiered ruffled short skirt, which is one of my favorites to wear bare-legged, because it's just long enough to prevent unwanted panty shots, but short enough to remain enticing.

And I went to the mall to try and find a new hoodie (unsuccessful) but found a cute pale blue cotton short skirt with a bit of a flare to it on clearance at Cotton On... which brings my total number of short skirts up to seven.
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