More on Gay/Straight Clothing Brand Divide

Straight Guy,

More on our gay/straight clothing brand divide.

As you alluded to, I am not a fan of Dockers. Especially their trousers. There is something about their design or fit -- does not show off the ass well -- that's sure to kill off the projection of sexiness in a man. When men start wearing Dockers, it's a sure sign that they given up on having sex. Even with their mates. Don't let their Web site trick you; the pants don't look that good on real men.

Over the weekend, I went on a long hike. One of the guys on the hike (the hottest guy there, BTW) was wearing Dockers underwear. Two points: 1) Who knew Dockers made underwear? 2) I only saw the underwear because he pulled up his T-shirt to wipe the sweat off his face; I saw the band of his underwear peeking up over his shorts.

Conclusion: This guy and his flat stomach had not given up on having sex. Nor had sex given up on having him.

--Gay Guy


Anonymous said...

Dockers = Dads

Kathryn said...

So....Dockers pants=no sex, but Dockers undies=bring it on? Are we to assume that the company did a better job of cupping the tush than they did w/their pants?
I need proof, man!

Straight Guy said...

So let me get this straight, GG. I'm with Katherine. In your mind...

Dockers Slacks = Turn off.

Dockers Briefs = Call me.

Is that right?

Gay Guy said...

I don't know that Dockers makes underwear better than it makes pants.

It was that the hiking pal's shirt pull-up and the abs/torso reveal would have made Hanes, Fruit of the Loom, Sears, as well as Dockers look appealing.

More the power of suggestion than the power of construction.

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