Posts Tagged with "clothes"

You’ll Never Be Liam Neeson Cool

January 3rd, 2014 at 5:22 pm by Mark
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Not that I’m a fashion critic or anything, but if that were to happen to me, at least I’d be more appropriately dressed. 😉

You May Be Cool, but you'll never be Liam Neeson getting his shoes tied up by Olivia Wilde cool.

Differences Between Women & Men: Shopping

July 25th, 2013 at 5:05 pm by Mark
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For some women, shopping for clothes can be an all day affair where they repeatedly leave a store empty-handed to go to another where they buy something they really don’t want because the store’s about to close, but they take the item back the next day as soon as the store opens and start the process all over again. Any man who accompanies said woman can offer no more assistance than to act as a mobile coat hanger, any question he answers will be incorrect and absolutely nothing looks “fine.”

I feel fortunate to have a wife who does not subject me to this sort of torture, nor does she mind browsing the sporting goods or electronics section. But then again, I’m not “that type” of guy.

What a woman sees: "Clothes"  What a man sees: "Seat"

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Guys: It’s Never Too Hot to Take Off Your Shirt

July 8th, 2013 at 5:21 pm by Mark
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According to most women, the only man allowed to take off his shirt at any given time is Channing Tatum.

Shirt Tag: "100% Cotton, Machine Wash Cold. It's never so hot that you have to take off your shirt. Don't be that guy."

Most Clothes Don’t Need Washing Instructions

January 27th, 2013 at 5:32 pm by Mark
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Colors on cold, tumble dry, and never iron a design is simply common sense, right? Unfortunately, “common sense” is a commodity these days and “sarcasm” is the coping mechanism of choice…

For Best Results: Marchine wash cold. Tumble dry low. Never iron design.  For Worst Results: Drag thru puddle behind car. Blow dry on roof rack.

The Advantages of Being Colorblind

November 9th, 2012 at 8:01 pm by Mark
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Imagine how easy it would be to dress yourself if you had no perception of color. Orange slacks and a green shirt? No problem. Rubik’s cube? Solved in one, simple move…