Yes. Bad ass, and not in a good way. Woof.
Whatever happened to personal dignity? I feel guilty when I go through the drive-thru with PJ’s on- but on the rare occasions I do that I usually wear a coat over them, and I’m not getting out of the car parading around in a store. If I absolutely must take a late night or early morning foray across the road to Speedway or CVS I try to be kind enough to others to a.) put on clothes vs. PJ’s, and b.) wear a hat if I am suffering from Bed Head.
When I wear shorts they are normally Bermuda-style, and I generally prefer capris or below-knee skirts to shorts as they cover more of my legs. At no time whatsoever do I appear in public places displaying butt crack, the top of a thong, or midriff. Nobody wants to see any of those, at least not mine, and besides, we have laws in this country against subjecting others to cruel and unusual punishment.
I have some personal dignity even when it’s hot weather, but it’s certainly not hot weather yet. I may break out the summer ensembles some time in late May depending upon the weather. In Central Ohio, March is still part of the limbo snow-booger grey season of “not quite winter, but definitely not spring” in which one may as well prepare for plenty of cold, wind and rain because that’s what you get. However, I still see girls wandering about with little more than a tank top, flip-flops and a smile. What the hell are you thinking? Especially tragic are the ones who dress (or should I say, fail to dress) like the native women in National Geographic but weigh more than many small cars. Woof.
It is no crime to be large, just dress accordingly. Nobody wants to see meaty arms, especially complete with an anchor tattoo. I like her blue hair, though. Nice touch.
I find it hard to believe anyone would find this pic sexy. There’s even a warning label in the tights intended to inform the wearer that they are not pants.
Of course I would be willing to relax my own modesty requirements for the male -and buff of bod.
I don’t know too many dudes who are comfortable enough in their masculinity to wear a pair of Hello Kitty underwear, but given the right physique, it can be a beautiful vision to behold.
The only problem with revealing clothing items for men is that the guys who have absolutely no business wearing garments such as man-thongs or speedos are the ones who do wear them. I remember one afternoon, when he was very little, taking Steve-o to the pool. Steve-o, having an eye for the odd and out of place that he has, saw a very fat dude who appeared to be nude, and at that tender age was rather distressed by the fact that someone was nude at the pool. (Today, I’m sure Steve-o would find a skinny-dipper at a public pool most amusing.) I was going to say something to the manager, because the fat dude appeared to be nude to me also. I thought he had absolutely nothing on- until he bent over and you could see the slightest hint of red speedo stretched tenuously across his butt cheeks. His fat rolls covered up his skimpy suit when he stood up. This is a guy who just might want to consider the boxer-style swim trunk.
I don’t know which is worse, the speedo on a guy who should be wearing boxer-style trunks, or the giant plastic crucifix he’s wearing. Talk about mixed messages.
I would have to say that 95% of men should wear the boxer-style trunks, to spare the rest of us the rather unsavory visual, just as 95% of women should be wearing the old-lady skirt type one piece bathing suits (or a two piece that has a long enough top to cover the entire belly area) with the bra inserts in them like I do.
Has everyone forgotten about modesty? I don’t believe women should be confined to the burqua or anything draconian like that, but there’s a hell of a lot of space between the burqua and the women in the South American jungles who wear nothing but a leather thong and a smile. Women with meaty arms should not go sleeveless. Large women should rethink spandex and tank tops and should avoid anything that shows midriff or thunder thighs. Even thin women can go without displaying their butt cracks and tramp stamps.
Fat men in speedos are just plain gross. Any “fashion” that displays a man’s hairy ass crack (whether he is buff and hot or not) needs to go away.
Steve-o, this includes you dude. Nasty!
I don’t want to see a dude’s ass crack, or the top of his boxers when he bends over. Pull your flipping pants up to the waist. And don’t even think about skinny jeans or spandex unless you look like Steve Perry back in 1981:
If you can wear tight jeans like that, gentlemen, then by all means, go right ahead.