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07-23-2008, 01:22 PM
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Im wearing a Pink striped polo right now.

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I pull off pink very well

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Only works on Miami Vice. Or paired with black and in a wrestling ring.

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I'll be honest, so many of the guys I see wearing pink have specifically chosen that colour because it's supposed to make the seem "sensitive" for wearing it.

Really, they just look like a ******. The pop'd collars generally help that look.

That being said, I have a pink and black beanie that I rock from time to time. It really depends on why their wearing it, if it's a "i don't care" then great, if it's a plotted wearing of pink, it's a problem.

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Mmmm are you saying that there are non homosexuals living a gay lifestyle?
Quite possible. Never thought of it that way I know of a few people I could classify as that. Thanks for pointing it out.

There's one friend you would NEVER guess would be homosexual and he hates being called "gay." Gay to him implies the stereotypical flaming fruitiness - he's a hardcore rock miner who goes to the gym five days a week. As you can see, he prefers to be called homosexual. After all it was only in the 60s and 70s when the word "gay" was used to referred to the lifestyle, when homosexuals relations existed since the beginning of time. Food for thought... of all topics on a hockey board.

I'll keep it to hockey. Mock trade proposal between WSH and PHI!

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What's interesting is that as late as the early 1900's baby boys were dressed in pink and girls in light blue.
It came from the fact that pink is a stronger color than lighter blue, hence, it was found more suitable for boys.
The identification 'switch' didn’t become uniform until the around the 1950s.

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