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Old 11-29-04, 08:47 PM
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scarves on men?

gay or not gay?
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Old 11-29-04, 08:53 PM
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I would say not gay, some guys can pull them off. Others.. not so much.
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Old 11-29-04, 09:05 PM
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Not gay--as long as it isn't pink, of course.
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are you wearing it cuz it's cold? or just for the hell of it?
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Freddy got major ass with his.

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Originally posted by D.Pham00
are you wearing it cuz it's cold? or just for the hell of it?
Same ? I was going to ask.

If it's cold, then just about anyone can wear it.
If it's not cold, then only a few can pull it off w/o looking gay.
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Any man who can kick much Dalek ass is far from gay.
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Old 11-29-04, 09:57 PM
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Not necessarily gay. I like scarves on men as long as they aren't the flimsy fashion scarves women (not me) wear.
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Old 11-29-04, 10:18 PM
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Not gay at all. But who in the hell wears scarves when it's not cold out? That's just flat-out retarded.
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Old 11-29-04, 10:35 PM
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Freddy got major ass with his.
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Old 11-29-04, 11:17 PM
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Ok when I seen this, I thought sure I was being targeted by one of my friends who seen me this weekend.

I am Not gay, and not metrosexual either.

I do like the style of a nice wool scarve here or there, they just seem cool to me, I dont know why. I like that look when its cold.

So this weekend I broke out my scarve ,orange and cream bar design. I got about 25 remarks, if not more, and not including the ones under peoples breath or towards other people about it.
Most were joking that it was quite gay, mostly from my guy friends, none of which have any style at all, and a few jokes from my female friends, who, after the inital joke said, I actually really like it on you. And a few that said only I could pull it off. It was mixed reviews. I for one didnt care, as I wore it again the following day.
the first day I wore it, I wore a Rolling Stones shirt that was tight and the logo and 'Rolling Stones' were glittered up. And yes to be honest it is a womans shirt, but for gods sake they dont make mens versions in the glitter version, so I bought the largest they had, which was still tight, and wore a long sleeve black shirt under it,(the stones shirt was black too), so it would at least seem to be 1 shirt without deep inspection. I think it rocked, but the two together sent off Gay bells for some I guess.

and hey some of the best who were not gay,have worn scarves, why cant the rest of us? I say Yes to scarves on Men, even non gays, and non metrosexualites.
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Originally posted by El-Kabong


Any man who can kick much Dalek ass is far from gay.
Damn it, you beat me to it.



And he's still wearing them!
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Old 11-29-04, 11:22 PM
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I actually think they can look pretty gay. But I like wearing them so fuck it.
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Old 11-29-04, 11:23 PM
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Originally posted by foofighters7
Ok when I seen this, I thought sure I was being targeted by one of my friends who seen me this weekend.

I am Not gay, and not metrosexual either.

I do like the style of a nice wool scarve here or there, they just seem cool to me, I dont know why. I like that look when its cold.

So this weekend I broke out my scarve ,orange and cream bar design. I got about 25 remarks, if not more, and not including the ones under peoples breath or towards other people about it.
Most were joking that it was quite gay, mostly from my guy friends, none of which have any style at all, and a few jokes from my female friends, who, after the inital joke said, I actually really like it on you. And a few that said only I could pull it off. It was mixed reviews. I for one didnt care, as I wore it again the following day.
the first day I wore it, I wore a Rolling Stones shirt that was tight and the logo and 'Rolling Stones' were glittered up. And yes to be honest it is a womans shirt, but for gods sake they dont make mens versions in the glitter version, so I bought the largest they had, which was still tight, and wore a long sleeve black shirt under it,(the stones shirt was black too), so it would at least seem to be 1 shirt without deep inspection. I think it rocked, but the two together sent off Gay bells for some I guess.

and hey some of the best who were not gay,have worn scarves, why cant the rest of us? I say Yes to scarves on Men, even non gays, and non metrosexualites.
I can't wait for your coming out thread.
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Old 11-30-04, 12:29 AM
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[MATURE]NOT WORK FRIENDLY![/MATURE]

But if you mean deleted then, yes, absolutely gay.

sorry, not the type of material (warning or not) that would be allowed outside of the mature forum -heimer




















Before you ask, I found this picture looking for a dude in a Model T cruising down the road wearing a scarf. I was going to say that wasn't gay, but this convinced me. Search for 'T Scarf' in Google. Second page.

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as long as you dont wear only a tank top with the scarf its not gay.
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Originally posted by foofighters7
Ok when I seen this, I thought sure I was being targeted by one of my friends who seen me this weekend.

I am Not gay, and not metrosexual either.

I do like the style of a nice wool scarve here or there, they just seem cool to me, I dont know why. I like that look when its cold.

So this weekend I broke out my scarve ,orange and cream bar design. I got about 25 remarks, if not more, and not including the ones under peoples breath or towards other people about it.
Most were joking that it was quite gay, mostly from my guy friends, none of which have any style at all, and a few jokes from my female friends, who, after the inital joke said, I actually really like it on you. And a few that said only I could pull it off. It was mixed reviews. I for one didnt care, as I wore it again the following day.
the first day I wore it, I wore a Rolling Stones shirt that was tight and the logo and 'Rolling Stones' were glittered up. And yes to be honest it is a womans shirt, but for gods sake they dont make mens versions in the glitter version, so I bought the largest they had, which was still tight, and wore a long sleeve black shirt under it,(the stones shirt was black too), so it would at least seem to be 1 shirt without deep inspection. I think it rocked, but the two together sent off Gay bells for some I guess.

and hey some of the best who were not gay,have worn scarves, why cant the rest of us? I say Yes to scarves on Men, even non gays, and non metrosexualites.
A glitter chick shirt and a scarve ? You are so gay I don't even know why you are trying to hide it. Listen to yourself try to justify it.
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Hey, if it's cold enough that my neck is freezing, damn right I'm wearing a scarf.
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Old 11-30-04, 10:31 AM
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Sorry but...

Raise your hand if you think this thread is offensive???


*raises hand*
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Old 11-30-04, 10:59 AM
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Radiculous thread. Scarve are perfect, and suited to the Extreme weather we are having in SF at the moment. There is nothing more satisfying than having a nice warm scarf around your neck.

Some people.
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Old 11-30-04, 11:12 AM
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Nothing wrong with wearing a scarf. Now an ascot on the other hand...
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Old 11-30-04, 11:41 AM
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Sorry but...

Raise your hand if you think this thread is offensive???


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I don't find it so much offensive as a sad commentary on the state of affairs in this country. Is this what straight guys do? They sit around and stress about what would make them seem gay?
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so staying warm is gay or metrosexual? how's a brother supposed to keep his neck/head warm? scarves are for men. ascots are a whole different thing, though.
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Originally posted by joeblow69
They sit around and stress about what would make them seem gay?
In my case, yes. Considering on several occasions I have been assumed to be gay by other men/women. I can't help it if I have great hair and style, but it does get a little old.
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