Straight guys getting gayer.

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    Jan 25, 2010 8:07 PM GMT
    What is the fixation with straight guys and their hair! they spend way too much time on it! the other day in the gym i saw a guy play with his hair more to go INTO the gym than i did making myself remotely presentable getting OUT after a shower.

    The "in-between set hair fix" is also a common sight in the gym.

    So is wearing designer t-shirts, slightly worrying.

    One guy today had a scarf on when on the cycling machine.

    I'm in a uni gym so i guess appearance could be important but you're their to sweat! not model the winter A&F collection.

    Anyone else noticing this?
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    Jan 25, 2010 8:16 PM GMT
    This straight guy kissed me on the cheek the other day. I was like...wut?!?
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    Jan 25, 2010 8:20 PM GMT
    ... let's not forget murses.

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    Jan 25, 2010 8:23 PM GMT
    Its called "metrosexual" aka the pussification of men.. There are chicks (not all) who actually dig that.... But its starting to change, because a lot of girls are also becoming sick of it. Most women aren't into a man who spends more time on his hair, and has more hair products than she does lol.

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    Jan 25, 2010 8:26 PM GMT
    JakeBenson saidThis straight guy kissed me on the cheek the other day. I was like...wut?!?


    in italy and some other countries men kiss other men in the cheek smoetimes specialy if thier good friends
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    Jan 25, 2010 8:29 PM GMT
    metrosexuals are the norm in australia.....not saying everyone is one...but if your at a gay club and well..if your NOT gay...its kinda just expeccted for the str8 guy to be honest and say hes str8...then his sexuality is respected......i havent had any problems with this as 1 guy got nasty after me asking a straight forward question.....and he got to experience my bb in judo.

    being gay also dosen't mean you have to be defensless or weak
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    Jan 25, 2010 8:31 PM GMT
    the scarf I have to admit is pretty gay and unnecessary, but theres nothing wrong with a guy who wants to take care of himself and look clean. Call it straight, gay, girly whatever you want, Im gonna do my hair anyway(unless wearing a hat) and Ill continue getting designer shirts.
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    Jan 25, 2010 8:34 PM GMT
    If I knew every queer in the gym was lusting after me because of my straight-actingness, I would make sure I looked good, too.
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    Jan 25, 2010 8:35 PM GMT
    Oh now they realize we're cooler than them, they all want to be like us now! We have taken over the world, MUAHAHAHA!!!!!!
    Wait, not really. Gay marriage hasn't passed yet, but we're getting there. icon_cool.gif
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    Jan 25, 2010 8:35 PM GMT
    'Oh be nice (limp wrist wave)! I swear, you gays are so bay-yud!' Yeah, they're straight alright. icon_eek.gif
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    Jan 25, 2010 8:39 PM GMT
    yeah murses are bad.
    There do seem to be a lot more guys taking care of themselves which is good. But there's a point where they just need to grow some stubble and roll in some dirt!
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    Jan 25, 2010 8:53 PM GMT
    I work with this guy at my gym. Nice guy, straight, cute, funny ect. One day while i was working he brought a friend in...also cute, also straight, funny, ect. I began talking to them...just shootin the shit. I asked how their weekend went....assuming, of course they spent it together.

    My co worker proceeds to say: "Well, Erik here took me on a day date"

    *cue confused look* "A what?!" I said, confused.

    he repeated himself: "Yeah, a day date, erik took me out to dinner and a move...afterward we walked on the beach."

    Erik interjects "We saw 'Julie and Julia".

    Austin(my co worker) continues, "It was a really sweet movie. afterward we wanted to go to the beach, but i was cold, so Erik bought me this hoodie"

    They are both girl crazy...they are the kind who will bring a chick home for a quick bang and then run.

    the whole situation had me scratching my head.
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    Jan 25, 2010 8:55 PM GMT
    I find it encouraging that straight guys allow themselves more malleability in what being “a man” means. What that has to do with gayness…I dunno.icon_neutral.gif But there seems to be a blending these days.
    I really like that guys are willing to accept gays as their friends. That is progress.

    I have had “gaydar” conundrums tho...
    During the Christmas shopping season, I saw one pair of guys in Express commenting on what clothes would look best on the other. I did that for my ex all the time, but neither of these guys…”pinged” my gaydar, shall we say.

    There is a Camilla day spa at my local mall. I’ve seen quite a few men in there getting mani/pedis…they didn’t “ping” on close inspection either.
    Maybe my gaydar needs a tune upicon_rolleyes.gif

    The things straight guys say and ask in the presence of gays kill me. But God love em, at least they’re willing to learn. That’s so much better than the days when guys had to be cookie cutter preppies or rambos with no form of emotional or creative visual expression.



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    Jan 25, 2010 9:01 PM GMT
    Sam31488 saidI work with this guy at my gym. Nice guy, straight, cute, funny ect. One day while i was working he brought a friend in...also cute, also straight, funny, ect. I began talking to them...just shootin the shit. I asked how their weekend went....assuming, of course they spent it together.


    There was a guy on here before that did the same thing, he was married and had three kids, then he just left because of the sexual harassment.
    His handle was Rad_d81.
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    Jan 25, 2010 9:04 PM GMT
    n8698u saidI find it encouraging that straight guys allow themselves more malleability in what being “a man” means. What that has to do with gayness…I dunno.icon_neutral.gif But there seems to be a blending these days.
    I really like that guys are willing to accept gays as their friends. That is progress.

    I have had “gaydar” conundrums tho...
    During the Christmas shopping season, I saw one pair of guys in Express commenting on what clothes would look best on the other. I did that for my ex all the time, but neither of these guys…”pinged” my gaydar, shall we say.

    There is a Camilla day spa at my local mall. I’ve seen quite a few men in there getting mani/pedis…they didn’t “ping” on close inspection either.
    Maybe my gaydar needs a tune upicon_rolleyes.gif

    The things straight guys say and ask in the presence of gays kill me. But God love em, at least they’re willing to learn. That’s so much better than the days when guys had to be cookie cutter preppies or rambos with no form of emotional or creative visual expression.





    Nah its nothing new really, there have always been men like this so there is no reason for them not to walk about today... Some just kind of take it a bit too far though lol. I remember this one dude in 10th grade was always using his girl's eyeliner funny shit lol.

    Its even bigger in Japan, a lot of women there find it attractive and think its "romantic"
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    Jan 25, 2010 9:04 PM GMT
    Rossell saidWhat is the fixation with straight guys and their hair! they spend way too much time on it! the other day in the gym i saw a guy play with his hair more to go INTO the gym than i did making myself remotely presentable getting OUT after a shower.

    The "in-between set hair fix" is also a common sight in the gym.

    So is wearing designer t-shirts, slightly worrying.

    One guy today had a scarf on when on the cycling machine.

    I'm in a uni gym so i guess appearance could be important but you're their to sweat! not model the winter A&F collection.

    Anyone else noticing this?


    People are much more fashionable and concerned about their looks and appearance than ever before. It's society and it's fixation on sex and being hot and sexy that is doing this. This has nothing to do with one's sexual orientation because both gays and str8's are caught up into this because everyone is trying to get that hot sexy chick to go out with them or that hot guy.
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    Jan 25, 2010 9:06 PM GMT
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    Sam31488 saidI work with this guy at my gym. Nice guy, straight, cute, funny ect. One day while i was working he brought a friend in...also cute, also straight, funny, ect. I began talking to them...just shootin the shit. I asked how their weekend went....assuming, of course they spent it together.


    There was a guy on here before that did the same thing, he was married and had three kids, then he just left because of the sexual harassment.
    His handle was Rad_d81.



    That's a bloody shame.
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    Jan 25, 2010 9:09 PM GMT
    Some guys shave their heads, so there is nothing left for anyone to play with and fix.
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    Jan 25, 2010 9:11 PM GMT
    shaving your head!

    awesome idea!
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    Jan 25, 2010 9:12 PM GMT
    play_dead said
    Sam31488 saidI work with this guy at my gym. Nice guy, straight, cute, funny ect. One day while i was working he brought a friend in...also cute, also straight, funny, ect. I began talking to them...just shootin the shit. I asked how their weekend went....assuming, of course they spent it together.


    There was a guy on here before that did the same thing, he was married and had three kids, then he just left because of the sexual harassment.
    His handle was Rad_d81.


    ssb, kaicho, and I know him. were you the dude stalking him and his bud at the gym?
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    Jan 25, 2010 9:14 PM GMT
    full fuck
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    Jan 25, 2010 9:14 PM GMT
    lolz wrong thread. lmao
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    Jan 25, 2010 9:15 PM GMT
    Rossell saidshaving your head!

    awesome idea!


    Done it. My friends told me i pulled a "Britney!", lol!
    But i thought it looked good especially with my facial hair. Hmmm....icon_wink.gif
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    Jan 25, 2010 9:27 PM GMT
    IHG84 saidIts called "metrosexual" aka the pussification of men.. There are chicks (not all) who actually dig that.... But its starting to change, because a lot of girls are also becoming sick of it. Most women aren't into a man who spends more time on his hair, and has more hair products than she does lol.



    I think guys will do whatever to get laid, including wearing thick rimmed glasses, those napkin scarves and tight ass jeans. As soon as they girls get sick of it... the guys will change lol.

    What bothers me about it is that it makes them seem so fake and contrived. Everyone follows the general trend a little, but those who seem to have a total appearance change every few months seem especially vapid. I guess those are just hipsters/scenesters or whatever you want to call them.
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    Jan 25, 2010 9:27 PM GMT
    IHG84 said
    ssb, kaicho, and I know him.


    WTF does that mean? I live in California. How could I stalk him from over here? I know there are some crazy people on this forum, but to go as far as to stalk someone. icon_eek.gif