1. Post #401
    Dennab
    June 2011
    560 Posts
    ive never seen a man in toms do they look the same as the normal ones
    yes
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  2. Post #402
    Mon
    Mon's Avatar
    April 2011
    4,102 Posts
    You look incredibly sad, smile more and lift your chin up.


    Also get rid of that graphic tee.


    okay
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  3. Post #403
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    October 2008
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    bieber hair
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  4. Post #404
    Mon
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    yeah
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  5. Post #405
    you can label a girl's shoe as a guy's shoe and it will still be a girl's shoe
    Dude, it comes down to opinion. To be honest they are unisex and I see plenty of straight guys wear them and get nice girls. Just because they do not fit your style does not mean they are "gay" and even then youre making it sound like being gay is bad. I tend to see gay men dress and groom themselves better than most straight dudes anyways.
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  6. Post #406
    Dennab
    June 2011
    560 Posts
    Dude, it comes down to opinion. To be honest they are unisex and I see plenty of straight guys wear them and get nice girls. Just because they do not fit your style does not mean they are "gay" and even then youre making it sound like being gay is bad. I tend to see gay men dress and groom themselves better than most straight dudes anyways.
    dressing "gay" as a straight male is bad
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  7. Post #407
    The Doctor Is In
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    September 2009
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    I seriously don't see anything wrong with them.






    They're a good casual shoe. They're not made to be MANLY. They're made to be simple and comfortable. Obviously you're not going to wear them if you're used to wearing sportier footwear like Nike and Pumas and things of the like, but they certainly aren't exclusive to women and gay men.

    There are also a few styles to the Tom's brand and not just the basic canvas shoe.

    I'm not saying that the brand is for everyone, because it isn't.

    But it's certainly not reserved for a specific gender.
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  8. Post #408
    Dennab
    June 2011
    560 Posts
    i guess they don't look that bad

    but honestly, i've only ever seen girls wear and talk about toms

    it's kind of like shopping at forever21 as a guy

    not a bad thing, but it has some ramifications
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  9. Post #409
    Revenge 000's Avatar
    December 2009
    60 Posts
    Why that new obsession with onesies? They make you look like an oversized child.
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  10. Post #410
    i guess they don't look that bad

    but honestly, i've only ever seen girls wear and talk about toms

    it's kind of like shopping at forever21 as a guy

    not a bad thing, but it has some ramifications
    Uh, forever 21 has an entire side devoted to guys, I shop there and have never been called gay. In fact I get to talk to the very pretty women who work there.

    I have no idea where you are getting your misconceptions, but you should probably look up what youre talking about.
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  11. Post #411
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    October 2008
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    Why that new obsession with onesies? They make you look like an oversized child.
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  12. Post #412
    The Doctor Is In
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    September 2009
    24,005 Posts
    i guess they don't look that bad

    but honestly, i've only ever seen girls wear and talk about toms

    it's kind of like shopping at forever21 as a guy

    not a bad thing, but it has some ramifications
    It depends on where you are. Down here, Toms are popular with everyone.
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  13. Post #413
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    October 2008
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    i guess they don't look that bad

    but honestly, i've only ever seen girls wear and talk about toms

    it's kind of like shopping at forever21 as a guy

    not a bad thing, but it has some ramifications
    you seem incredibly insecure
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  14. Post #414
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    November 2009
    10,885 Posts
    I don't like them much, and I wouldn't say they were for women either. They seem like something on the same spectrum as Crocs with them being only a little past sociably acceptable.
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  15. Post #415
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    October 2008
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  16. Post #416
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    January 2007
    592 Posts
    I don't like them much, and I wouldn't say they were for women either. They seem like something on the same spectrum as Crocs with them being only a little past sociably acceptable.
    I think as a shoe Toms are, whilst not something I would choose personally, perfectly acceptable.
    Whereas crocs are about as socially acceptable as genocide
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  17. Post #417
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    January 2007
    8,265 Posts
    all the girls i know say that guys who wear toms are weird
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  18. Post #418
    Ryz0's Avatar
    July 2010
    4,024 Posts
    i'd say you could only get away with wearing toms in a warm place like cali.

    if you were to wear them over here in glasgow, you'd get stabbed
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  19. Post #419
    H4yd3n's Avatar
    August 2009
    709 Posts
    I fucking love my new haircut
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  20. Post #420
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    November 2009
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    I think as a shoe Toms are, whilst not something I would choose personally, perfectly acceptable.
    Whereas crocs are about as socially acceptable as genocide
    Still looks like someone said "I really love Crocs but everyone hates them. How can I change them so they look normal while still being like Crocs?"
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  21. Post #421
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    October 2008
    4,051 Posts
    I fucking love my new haircut
    looks good but you have a weird expression on your face
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  22. Post #422
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    Lord Pirate's Avatar
    January 2007
    592 Posts
    Still looks like someone said "I really love Crocs but everyone hates them. How can I change them so they look normal while still being like Crocs?"
    Actually Toms are based on Espadrilles, which were around long before the Croc. Although that said, Crocs are basically rubbery plastic clogs and clogs have been around (and ugly) since time began.
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  23. Post #423
    Dennab
    June 2011
    560 Posts
    you seem incredibly insecure
    in what way?
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  24. Post #424
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    October 2008
    4,051 Posts
    you're very afraid of looking gay
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  25. Post #425
    Ask me about my Zimmerman fetish

    March 2005
    3,350 Posts
    @hay
    looks nice, but how come you're always squinting like that!
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  26. Post #426
    Dennab
    June 2011
    560 Posts
    you're very afraid of looking gay
    straight men dressing "gay" is an objectively bad thing for them, which is all i was saying

    i don't dress gay, so i'm not afraid of looking gay
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  27. Post #427
    H4yd3n's Avatar
    August 2009
    709 Posts
    @hay
    looks nice, but how come you're always squinting like that!
    Thanks, probably because of shitty lighting in my house. That, or I always look that way.

    Just ordered a bunch of this stuff on a whim. I'm excited for it to come.
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  28. Post #428
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    August 2008
    25,848 Posts
    straight men dressing "gay" is an objectively bad thing for them
    how is that objective at all? you're an idiot
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  29. Post #429
    Dennab
    June 2011
    560 Posts
    how is that objective at all? you're an idiot
    because you'll be sending the wrong message to the kind of people you're trying to show off to?

    unless you live in a town where everybody is a metrosexual
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  30. Post #430
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    October 2008
    4,051 Posts
    straight men dressing "gay" is an objectively bad thing for them, which is all i was saying

    i don't dress gay, so i'm not afraid of looking gay
    okay except none of that is gay
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  31. Post #431
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    November 2008
    923 Posts
    straight men dressing "gay" is an objectively bad thing for them, which is all i was saying

    i don't dress gay, so i'm not afraid of looking gay
    no matter how you dress you're still going to be a wiener
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  32. Post #432
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    August 2008
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    because you'll be sending the wrong message to the kind of people you're trying to show off to?l
    which is objectively bad? lol no it's not. some people subjectively don't give a shit/aren't trying to show off at all or the people they are trying to show off to also subjectively like the "gay" way they dress
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  33. Post #433
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    April 2010
    3,380 Posts
    Thanks, probably because of shitty lighting in my house. That, or I always look that way.

    Just ordered a bunch of this stuff on a whim. I'm excited for it to come.
    I use that sometimes, I think you should have bought defining paste though. It's essentially the same but better to use when your hair grows longer. For how it is now it should be good.
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  34. Post #434
    Dennab
    June 2011
    560 Posts
    which is objectively bad? lol no it's not. some people subjectively don't give a shit/aren't trying to show off at all or the people they are trying to show off to also subjectively like the "gay" way they dress
    then why do people in this thread bitch about upgrade so much?
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  35. Post #435
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    August 2008
    25,848 Posts
    then why do people in this thread bitch about upgrade so much?
    because we subjectively feel he looks like a douche
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  36. Post #436
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    October 2008
    4,051 Posts
    hey daniel my friend id just like to let you know rating people dumb isn't actually a counter argument!
    dont worry i was confused at first too
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  37. Post #437
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    January 2007
    592 Posts
    straight men dressing "gay" is an objectively bad thing for them, which is all i was saying

    i don't dress gay, so i'm not afraid of looking gay
    Guys, danielplazzy is right! I'm going to update my wardrobe so I don't look 'gay' anymore.

    Lord Pirate's guide to looking manly (inspired by the teachings of danielplazzy).


    Some sort of predator based graphic t-shirt is essential.


    Camo trousers just in case you have to do some impromptu MANLY stuff like hunting or hiding in the woods.


    Sturdy hiking boots because nothing excites the ladies like a man who is ready to climb things.

    Seriously, there's no such thing as dressing 'gay', although I would say it is possible to be/look camp. Almost all the gay guys I've met or I know wear exactly the same sorts of clothes that everyone else does, with one guy being the exception because he dresses in a MORE 'manly' way. I can only assume that you've never actually met someone who is gay and are basing your opinion solely on gay sitcom caricatures.
    Also as a side point, several of my female friends have a thing for guys that look camp, so it's not exactly disadvantageous.
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  38. Post #438
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    August 2008
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    daniel why did you rate me dumb even though i just reiterated your point, only i said it was subjective and not objective. can you even remember what your initial point was anymore
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  39. Post #439
    Dennab
    June 2011
    560 Posts
    oh boy, here we go
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  40. Post #440
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    August 2008
    25,848 Posts
    gg great response
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