Saturday, April 18, 2009

Christina does NOT approve of...

-baggy underwear on men. And I'm not talking about boxers, either. They're called TIGHTY whities for a reason, you know what I mean?

-tramp stamps. ON MEN. Now, I've only seen this once, but I hope never to have to see it again! Maybe in Scotland it's okay for men to get tramp stamps, but I hope the trend doesn't spread to over here.

9 comments:

EuroWhig said...

In German, a tramp stamp is called "Arschgeweih" ;)

I'm sure I don't need to translate that for you...

Christina LMT said...

I actually did a post about that, let's see...
http://lucrativepain.blogspot.com/2008/09/hahahahahahahahahaha.html
And there it is!

Christina LMT said...

Oh, and thanks for stopping by!

Anonymous said...

usually tramp stamps on men, means their gay.

Jay G said...

There are men that wear baggy underwear?

Why?

The whole purpose is to keep "the boys" in line. Might as well go commando if you're gonna wear baggie undies...

TallyAngel said...

I couldn't agree more with your statements.

Christina LMT said...

Anon, this Scottish gentleman was traveling with his girlfriend, so I don't know about the gay thing...maybe it's a European thing?

Jay G., and the baggy-underweared gentleman I refer to had a VERY fine *ahem* derriere, shall we say. So it was unfortunate to see it so shabbily showcased. I wouldn't know about having to keep the boys in line, but I imagine it's like wearing a bra that's too big: no support...what's the point?

Tally, it's always nice when one's children actually agree with one!

Buck said...

Tramp stamps on MEN? There aren't enough negative words in the English language to describe how WRONG that is. Period. Full-stop.

Well, Hell... on women, too, when ya get right down to it. I'm thinking there's gonna be a LOT of 50-something women in the future that'll be thinking "well, it seemed like a good ideer at the time." I could be wrong, but I sincerely doubt it.

Christina LMT said...

Yeah, I was somewhat disturbed, Buck. It was a sorta tribal design, which repeated at the top of the spine/base of the neck, but still. TRAMP STAMP.
And I'm with you on a lot of tattoos. I have two, and I very carefully considered their placement and location before I got them. Even though I got my first when I was 20! I remember thinking, "What will be the last place to sag when I'm old?"
*lol*!