Discussion in 'Man Enough' started by GaLaTeA, Oct 9, 2012.
I'm having a hard time taking someone carrying a "manly purse" seriously.
There is nothing 'manly' about them, nor do the men look manly carrying them. It doesn't give me a sense of strength and safety, but more of a 'where's my mommy' image, lol
anything can be made to look manly depending on various factors
A bra, for example??
Do tell, lol
Western Europe is responsible for bringing homosexual trends mainstream, hence the birth of metrosexuals.
The death of masculinity continues...
I didn't say i had a plan for everything lol
Where would the world be without humor??
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I'd actually like to be able to carry some of my stuff around with me, and I'm not too fond of the knapsack and don't think the briefcase is applicable in all circumstances. A handbag of some sort would most likely solve my problem.
i don't know about how true all of that is. but it certainly is happening on the football field.
you see that hit Rick Perry put on Andrew Luck?
it was one of the most text book, pure hits i've ever seen. it is beautiful. a linebacker/defensive end's wet dream. if you love football, ever played or appreciate a good hit. it's one of them. no spearing, not a cheap shot, just a helmet to numbers pure form tackle. you couldn't choreograph something better.
he rocked the quarterback, and caused a fumble. the packers recovered it. BUT they threw a flag on him, he got penalized, the colts got the ball back, and the whole course of the game changed.
i feel as if it's symbolic of the relationship between men and women since social networking, technology and all of that has "improved."
A duffel bag is much more masculine than a...man purse.
both Louis & Gucci do some gorgeous manbags - I dont see anything wrong with this style, a nice quality leather satchel type thang (also Fred Perry & Aston Martin)
of course you get to steal it too - win win
^ Bags are fine. Just an indication on people having class too when they wear a proper bag. I have a job that requires me to bring in paper work, working full time as a snitch, and this obviously requires me to carry a bag. Don't see anything "homo" about it
I'm used to seeing guys rock the last two, the 1st not so much...
I'm thinking it's time for a "dear santa letter"...
Benefits on the snitching job must suck though...
But yeah, when I made the thread I was thinking about those...
I was kidding about snitching job - I have my own business which requires me to carry around lots of paper. Suitcase makes one look like 40+ so I prefer having my paper in a proper bag.
i d just use a backpack or something
dammit. they got me again.
i see what you did there. to have the idea of masculinity and homosexuality synonymous is turrible.
but i was really genuinely referring to football and how its getting softer and less footbally with the new rules concerning interaction/contact with the quarterback.
its almost like auto-tune for quarterbacks. how do we know if they're actually good quarterbacks if they never get hit.
old school cats like montana, marino,cunningham, elway, moon, unitas, young and the like must cringe when they see a flag get called for touching the quarterback.
the wackest part about a man purse isn't about how "masculine" it isn't. but the fact that people would spend so much money on something like a man purse.
i prefer a 5 dollar wallet with 295 bucks in it. not a 295 dollar wallet with 5 bucks in it.
homophobia is wack. but so is xenophobia.
what's even more wack is the need to defend myself/point i make[are the two separate (which raises another point?)]
because homophobia/haterphobia is the new McCarthyism.
there's nothing wrong with having opinions, and strong ones should be valued over weak ones (again who determines that) but intolerance will always be wack.
i carry one...
...but i'm a fag.
i carry womens' bag, too.
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