So why do you change your clothing?

  • infinitefrien...

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    Mar 11, 2015 7:44 PM GMT
    What is the reason that you regularly change your clothes?

    How often do you change them (underwear, general wear, coats etc.)?

    Just curious.

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    Mar 11, 2015 7:53 PM GMT
    because we can't clean after we shit by licking our ass like kittens do.
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    Mar 11, 2015 8:09 PM GMT
    1) The environmental conditions change
    2) They get dirty
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    Mar 11, 2015 8:20 PM GMT
    Ironic!

    I was just going to post saying how disgusting "some" non-affluent gay men can be sometimes. Most will do all this prep work to their face, yet where the same dirty socks for a week. Like they don't have the most basic sense of awareness how filthy that fucking ass is.

    I'm actually BANNING one of my friends from my apartment. This mother fucker comes in with stank ass socks and feet...then spends 30 minutes in the shower, comes out and still ain't clean. Then got the nerve to put his fucking feet on my new couch with the tag still on it. I'm like, excuse me....get your feet off my couch. Better have on some socks. No bare feet on my couch.

    He had the nerve to talk about how I need to make guests feel comfortable, and not on eggshells. I said mother fucker, your monkey ass feet don't need to be on my couch! Next morning, I smell my down comforters, they smell like feet!

    I have to spend all afternoon disinfecting after this fool because he didn't change his socks. I oughta kick his fucking ass when I see him.
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    Mar 12, 2015 3:53 PM GMT
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    If the clothes i am wearing directly touch my skin , i only wear them one day , the rest i try to recycle them for another time .
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    Mar 12, 2015 4:33 PM GMT
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    If the clothes i am wearing directly touch my skin , i only wear them one day , the rest i try to recycle them for another time.

    Same here. So socks & underwear, and shirts that touch my skin are only worn for 1 day. Long trousers & shorts might get several wears, and a jacket or suit.

    A sidenote: a habit from my Army days is that at night I place my clothes near my bed on a chair after I remove them, they don't go right into the hamper. The idea is that in an emergency I can quickly grab them and have something to wear.

    It's actually been helpful several times living in a Florida condo, when fire alarms have gone off in the middle of the night. Better than wasting time rummaging through a closet or drawers for something to wear when I'm half awake, or running out into the parking lot naked. icon_redface.gif
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    Mar 12, 2015 7:29 PM GMT
    Because I want to.
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    Mar 12, 2015 7:31 PM GMT
    FuzzyPecs27 saidIronic!

    I was just going to post saying how disgusting "some" non-affluent gay men can be sometimes. Most will do all this prep work to their face, yet where the same dirty socks for a week. Like they don't have the most basic sense of awareness how filthy that fucking ass is.

    I'm actually BANNING one of my friends from my apartment. This mother fucker comes in with stank ass socks and feet...then spends 30 minutes in the shower, comes out and still ain't clean. Then got the nerve to put his fucking feet on my new couch with the tag still on it.


    Please remove the tag from your sofa.
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    Mar 12, 2015 9:15 PM GMT
    Well... dunno. I've been working around the office and workshop all day in just a pair of AussieBums, but now I have to go to the post office then do a bit of chainsaw work. So I'm thinking maybe some boots and chaps. Oh, and I suppose jeans and a shirt for clearing brush. Such a bother.