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acceptable types of pants?
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my dad said skinny jeans are for gay guys is he right?

my dad said skinny jeans are for gay guys is he right?
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fenomeno: normal gays are ok

fenomeno: normal gays are ok
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http://i.imgur.com/8mKj1RU.jpg

[img]http://i.imgur.com/8mKj1RU.jpg[/img]
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yeah hes definitely right regular blue jeans are where its at

yeah hes definitely right regular blue jeans are where its at
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#5
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Jeans are trousers, a type of garment, typically made from denim or dungaree cloth. Often the term "jeans" refers to a particular style of pants, called "blue jeans," which were invented by Jacob W. Davis in partnership with Levi Strauss & Co. in 1871 and patented by Jacob W. Davis and Levi Strauss on May 20, 1873. Prior to the Levi Strauss patented trousers, the term "blue jeans" had been long in use for various garments (including trousers, overalls, and coats), constructed from blue colored denim. Originally designed for cowboys and miners, jeans became popular in the 1950s among teenagers, especially members of the greaser subculture. Jeans were a common fashion item in the 1960s Hippie subculture and they continued to be popular in the 1970s and 1980s youth subcultures of punk rock and heavy metal. Historic brands include Levi's, Lee, and Wrangler. In the 2010's, jeans remain a popular fashion item, and they come in various fits, including skinny, tapered, slim, straight, boot cut, cigarette bottom, narrow bottom, bell bottom, low waist, anti-fit, and flare. "Distressed" (visibly aged and worn, but still intact and functional) jeans trousers have become increasingly fashionable, making pre-sale "factory distressing" a common feature in commercially sold jeans.

In the 2010s, jeans are a very popular article of casual dress around the world. They come in many styles and colors. However, blue jeans are particularly identified with American culture, especially the Old West. As well, although jeans are mostly known as a popular fashion garment for several decades, they are still worn as protective garments by some individuals, such as cattle ranch workers and motorcycle riders, due to their high durability as compared to other common fabrics.

Research on the trade of jean fabric shows that it emerged in the cities of Genoa, Italy, and Nimes, France. Gênes, the French word for Genoa, may be the origin of the word "jeans". In Nimes, weavers tried to reproduce jean but instead developed a similar twill fabric that became known as denim, from de Nimes, meaning "from Nimes". Genoa’s jean was a fustian textile of "medium quality and of reasonable cost", very similar to cotton corduroy for which Genoa was famous, and was "used for work clothes in general". Nimes’s "denim" was coarser, considered higher quality and was used "for over garments such as smocks or overalls". Nearly all Indigo, needed for dyeing, came from indigo bush plantations in India till the late 19th century. It was replaced by indigo synthesis methods developed in Germany.
Copper rivets for reinforcing pockets are a characteristic feature of blue jeans.

By the 17th century, jean was a crucial textile for working-class people in Northern Italy. This is seen in a series of genre paintings from around the 17th century attributed to an artist now named The Master of the Blue Jeans. The ten paintings depict impoverished scenes with lower-class figures wearing a fabric that looks like denim. The fabric would have been Genoese jean, which was cheaper. Genre painting came to prominence in late 16th century, and the low-life subject matter in all ten paintings places them among others that portray similar scenes.

Denim is not the only sturdy cotton fabric used for everything from working clothes to fashion items. There is also dungaree. Dungaree was mentioned for the first time in the 17th century, when it was referred to as cheap, coarse thick cotton cloth, often colored blue but sometimes white, worn by impoverished people in what was then a region of Bombay, India a dockside village called Dongri. This cloth was "dungri" in Hindi. Dungri was exported to England and used for manufacturing of cheap, robust working clothes. In English, the word "dungri" became pronounced as "dungaree".

The importance of jean is also shown by the history of textile trade. Genoese sailors used jean to cover and protect their goods on the docks from the weather. During the Republic of Genoa (17th, 18th centuries), sailors exported jeans throughout Europe.

The invention of the zipper, by Whitcomb L. Judson, helped as well.

Jean became popular in the United States when Levi Strauss & Co.'s introduced blue jean overalls in 1873.

Jeans are trousers, a type of garment, typically made from denim or dungaree cloth. Often the term "jeans" refers to a particular style of pants, called "blue jeans," which were invented by Jacob W. Davis in partnership with Levi Strauss & Co. in 1871 and patented by Jacob W. Davis and Levi Strauss on May 20, 1873. Prior to the Levi Strauss patented trousers, the term "blue jeans" had been long in use for various garments (including trousers, overalls, and coats), constructed from blue colored denim. Originally designed for cowboys and miners, jeans became popular in the 1950s among teenagers, especially members of the greaser subculture. Jeans were a common fashion item in the 1960s Hippie subculture and they continued to be popular in the 1970s and 1980s youth subcultures of punk rock and heavy metal. Historic brands include Levi's, Lee, and Wrangler. In the 2010's, jeans remain a popular fashion item, and they come in various fits, including skinny, tapered, slim, straight, boot cut, cigarette bottom, narrow bottom, bell bottom, low waist, anti-fit, and flare. "Distressed" (visibly aged and worn, but still intact and functional) jeans trousers have become increasingly fashionable, making pre-sale "factory distressing" a common feature in commercially sold jeans.

In the 2010s, jeans are a very popular article of casual dress around the world. They come in many styles and colors. However, blue jeans are particularly identified with American culture, especially the Old West. As well, although jeans are mostly known as a popular fashion garment for several decades, they are still worn as protective garments by some individuals, such as cattle ranch workers and motorcycle riders, due to their high durability as compared to other common fabrics.

Research on the trade of jean fabric shows that it emerged in the cities of Genoa, Italy, and Nimes, France. Gênes, the French word for Genoa, may be the origin of the word "jeans". In Nimes, weavers tried to reproduce jean but instead developed a similar twill fabric that became known as denim, from de Nimes, meaning "from Nimes". Genoa’s jean was a fustian textile of "medium quality and of reasonable cost", very similar to cotton corduroy for which Genoa was famous, and was "used for work clothes in general". Nimes’s "denim" was coarser, considered higher quality and was used "for over garments such as smocks or overalls". Nearly all Indigo, needed for dyeing, came from indigo bush plantations in India till the late 19th century. It was replaced by indigo synthesis methods developed in Germany.
Copper rivets for reinforcing pockets are a characteristic feature of blue jeans.

By the 17th century, jean was a crucial textile for working-class people in Northern Italy. This is seen in a series of genre paintings from around the 17th century attributed to an artist now named The Master of the Blue Jeans. The ten paintings depict impoverished scenes with lower-class figures wearing a fabric that looks like denim. The fabric would have been Genoese jean, which was cheaper. Genre painting came to prominence in late 16th century, and the low-life subject matter in all ten paintings places them among others that portray similar scenes.

Denim is not the only sturdy cotton fabric used for everything from working clothes to fashion items. There is also dungaree. Dungaree was mentioned for the first time in the 17th century, when it was referred to as cheap, coarse thick cotton cloth, often colored blue but sometimes white, worn by impoverished people in what was then a region of Bombay, India a dockside village called Dongri. This cloth was "dungri" in Hindi. Dungri was exported to England and used for manufacturing of cheap, robust working clothes. In English, the word "dungri" became pronounced as "dungaree".

The importance of jean is also shown by the history of textile trade. Genoese sailors used jean to cover and protect their goods on the docks from the weather. During the Republic of Genoa (17th, 18th centuries), sailors exported jeans throughout Europe.

The invention of the zipper, by Whitcomb L. Judson, helped as well.

Jean became popular in the United States when Levi Strauss & Co.'s introduced blue jean overalls in 1873.
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#6
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as long as the fit is fine and theres no stupid zipper on the sides

as long as the fit is fine and theres no stupid zipper on the sides
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#7
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Geknaiirno stupid zipper on the sides

I actually just ordered the H&M joggers like an hour ago hell

[quote=Geknaiir]no stupid zipper on the sides[/quote]
I actually just ordered the H&M joggers like an hour ago hell
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#8
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http://static.damnlol.com/i/7dd2eadf41352e6771a0901aa408f860.jpg

As long as they aren't too skinny

http://static.damnlol.com/i/7dd2eadf41352e6771a0901aa408f860.jpg

As long as they aren't too skinny
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#9
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http://i.imgur.com/6VBwmN4.png

[img]http://i.imgur.com/6VBwmN4.png[/img]
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#10
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You don't even need pants if you're a real gamer

You don't even need pants if you're a real gamer
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As someone who works in heavy industry, if I showed up wearing skinny jeans they'd ask me if I packed a spare dress in my purse. There isn't a man in the world that needs to show off his legs, and you definitely don't want any dude looking at your ass thinking you're a woman until you turn around.... or do you?

As someone who works in heavy industry, if I showed up wearing skinny jeans they'd ask me if I packed a spare dress in my purse. There isn't a man in the world that needs to show off his legs, and you definitely don't want any dude looking at your ass thinking you're a woman until you turn around.... or do you?
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#12
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no hes not right. wear what makes you happy

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no hes not right. wear what makes you happy
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#13
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blackdiamondbr0As someone who works in heavy industry, if I showed up wearing skinny jeans they'd ask me if I packed a spare dress in my purse. There isn't a man in the world that needs to show off his legs, and you definitely don't want any dude looking at your ass thinking you're a woman until you turn around.... or do you?

are these ok?

https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0944/1828/products/pants-jnco-indicator-cargo-pants-khaki-leg-opening-22-1.jpg?v=1467037489

[quote=blackdiamondbr0]As someone who works in heavy industry, if I showed up wearing skinny jeans they'd ask me if I packed a spare dress in my purse. There isn't a man in the world that needs to show off his legs, and you definitely don't want any dude looking at your ass thinking you're a woman until you turn around.... or do you?[/quote]
are these ok?

[img]https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0944/1828/products/pants-jnco-indicator-cargo-pants-khaki-leg-opening-22-1.jpg?v=1467037489[/img]
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#14
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no pants are acceptable. were you born with pants on?

no pants are acceptable. were you born with pants on?
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#15
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Don't wear gay clothes unles you are a real gay. Otherwise that is cultural appropriation and you will get yourself in all kinds of trouble.

Just wear gym shorts and parachutes like I do.

Don't wear gay clothes unles you are a real gay. Otherwise that is cultural appropriation and you will get yourself in all kinds of trouble.

Just wear gym shorts and parachutes like I do.
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#16
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#14 yes

#14 yes
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#17
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wear whatever the fuck you want, your dad is an old-world "real men only" idiot

wear whatever the fuck you want, your dad is an old-world "real men only" idiot
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#18
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anything but those dumbass drop crotch sweatpants that fuckboys seem to love

anything but those dumbass drop crotch sweatpants that fuckboys seem to love
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#19
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if ur not skinny or slim u shouldnt be wearing skinny jeans

if ur not skinny or slim u shouldnt be wearing skinny jeans
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#20
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wear straight or slim fit if your looking for that "im different than the average joe" look

wear straight or slim fit if your looking for that "im different than the average joe" look
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#21
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straight fit, slim, and skinny jeans are fashionable and have nothing to do with your sexuality

extra skinny jeans that don't let you bend your knees however are just silly and kind of impractical

straight fit, slim, and skinny jeans are fashionable and have nothing to do with your sexuality

extra skinny jeans that don't let you bend your knees however are just silly and kind of impractical
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#22
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aim-if ur not skinny or slim u shouldnt be wearing skinny jeans

I usually wear tapered, anything straight leg ends up like leggings or with a 17" ankle

[quote=aim-]if ur not skinny or slim u shouldnt be wearing skinny jeans[/quote]
I usually wear tapered, anything straight leg ends up like leggings or with a 17" ankle
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#23
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i like joggers and slim pants. Old Navy pants are heavenly.

i like joggers and slim pants. Old Navy pants are heavenly.
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#24
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I have an irrational hatred for shorts

I have an irrational hatred for shorts
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#25
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joggers

joggers
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#26
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slim jeans are the best ones you can buy. step above skinny, have some bagginess to them, but not a lot. extremely baggy pants and shorts tend to look really sloppy. levi 511 for instance are a solid choice

slim jeans are the best ones you can buy. step above skinny, have some bagginess to them, but not a lot. extremely baggy pants and shorts tend to look really sloppy. levi 511 for instance are a solid choice
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#27
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clckwrkslim jeans are the best ones you can buy. step above skinny, have some bagginess to them, but not a lot. extremely baggy pants and shorts tend to look really sloppy. levi 511 for instance are a solid choice

levi 511's are the only jeans I like to wear, nice pick

[quote=clckwrk]slim jeans are the best ones you can buy. step above skinny, have some bagginess to them, but not a lot. extremely baggy pants and shorts tend to look really sloppy. levi 511 for instance are a solid choice[/quote]
levi 511's are the only jeans I like to wear, nice pick
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#28
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As long as they have decent pockets, almost all pants are fine to wear imo. Having really small pockets or no pockets is actually awful

As long as they have decent pockets, almost all pants are fine to wear imo. Having really small pockets or no pockets is actually awful
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#29
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SpaceGhostsCoffeeAs long as they have decent pockets, almost all pants are fine to wear imo. Having really small pockets or no pockets is actually awful

so you're the dad who wears cargo shorts?

[quote=SpaceGhostsCoffee]As long as they have decent pockets, almost all pants are fine to wear imo. Having really small pockets or no pockets is actually awful[/quote]
so you're the dad who wears cargo shorts?
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#30
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lol all these "do what makes you happy" kids here... boy oh boy is the real world going to make you cry.

lol all these "do what makes you happy" kids here... boy oh boy is the real world going to make you cry.
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