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A guy wearing a bra..?
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Have you see those marathon runners?! Nipples rubbing up against shirts is no laughing matter. xD
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it wasn't a bra, it was a bro.

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Weird crap happens all the time, I saw a guy putting on makeup and mascara on the bus today...
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I don't know what to say.............if it makes you happy?
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Posted 10/28/13

MrHalligan wrote:

it wasn't a bra, it was a bro.



LOL
Someone from this topic said they are really comfortable, I wonder what it feels like...



I don't go out much anymore, but just try to keep to yourself I guess? I'm not good for social advice, haha.
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deli8079 wrote:

LOL
Someone from this topic said they are really comfortable, I wonder what it feels like...

I don't go out much anymore, but just try to keep to yourself I guess? I'm not good for social advice, haha.


okay?
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MrHalligan wrote:


deli8079 wrote:

LOL
Someone from this topic said they are really comfortable, I wonder what it feels like...

I don't go out much anymore, but just try to keep to yourself I guess? I'm not good for social advice, haha.


okay?


No, I was just laughing at your post. The second part is directed toward the OP, not you.
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deli8079 wrote:

No, I was just laughing at your post. The second part is directed toward the OP, not you.


Ah, makes much more sense.
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GreatS wrote:


papagolfwhiskey wrote:

I don't see what the problem was. Was he hurting you? I don't think so. Was he looking at all the people staring at him? well wouldn't you if everyone was staring at you?

I'm sorry what non-event was this about again?


I am sorry, but this is just insulting the OP. If something is weird it's weird and it's perfectly fine to react to that. If somebody is blind there is nothing wrong with people being a lot more aware of them. And if this person - be male or female - fascinated/disgusted/anything else somebody, it's perfectly fine if he asks about it. The important thing is how you would treat that person - in a fair and good way -. That would still be different from how you treat somebody who looks normal, nothing wrong with that in principle. What you're doing is declaring that nobody is allowed to interact with this world anymore except if they hurt you (facepalm) . Sorry, but it's just incredibly wrong what you're doing, because going down your path none of us would have learned about gynecomastia (not saying that was it, cause people with these kind of things tend to become entirely 'immune' to stares) and all we would become is mindless robots of a individualized society where nobody cares about truth and the world anymore, but only about personal equilibria and their own little life. Don't be afraid to judge other people and treat them by your own morals, nothing wrong with having morals. Do take measure though to not judge till you know people's story (and that's why it's important to know about for example a lot of illnesses), but stay clear of just considering everything ok as long as it doesn't affect you, because that's a route that leads you and society as a whole to destruction.

(Sorry for the too serious post, possibly papagolfwhiskey was just trolling and I fell for it a child, but had to reply)


This is somewhat irrelevant to the thread, but please stop saying "sorry" before proceeding to mock someone's intelligence and moral standing. If you find the content of your post deplorable enough to apologize for it, then don't write it. If you don't find it worth apologizing for, then why did you apologize for it? It doesn't sound polite. It sounds like you have no awareness for the things you're saying. But given that your policy is to scrutinize and comment on anything that's unfamiliar to you on the off-chance that your gossip might teach you something, I suppose your lack of awareness for your words isn't that surprising. Say whatever you like, but please don't apologize for it unless you actually find it deplorable.

When you say, "then none of us would have learned about gynecomastia," you're assuming that the best possible thing I could be learning about right now is gynecomastia. I can assure you that if I wanted to learn about something, then there are many things I would rather learn about than gynecomastia. But then again, I'm not here to maximize my knowledge. I'm here for gossip. Please don't pretend that gossip, speculation by the community, and anime forums are prime sources of truth. You may learn something, but it doesn't need to be true. You can even take this topic as an example. If what we're discussing is a source of truth, then what's the truth? Did he have gynecomastia? Was he a crossdresser? Did he have a sex change? I think it's pretty clear here that we haven't learned the truth of the matter. And further, gossiping like we are here won't lead us to the truth of this matter. So the end result is that we haven't learned anything of significant import, and someone has undergone public scrutiny without doing anything that's really worth scrutinizing.

The path you're suggesting is one in which nobody has time to learn about physics, literature, art, philosophy, or most of the things that do matter, because they are spending their time sorting out the root cause of a male wearing a bra. If your claim is that the point of this thread is truth or knowledge, then this thread is irrelevant, because neither truth nor knowledge is likely to be found here, and very likely to be found elsewhere. If the point is not truth or knowledge, then your post is irrelevant, because we are already in a world where there's not an interest in truth or knowledge -- it is exactly the world where people spend their time in gossip instead of serious study.
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Leechan69 wrote:

As the title says, I saw a man wearing a bra when I was in the grocery store yesterday. Well actually he had breast like a woman, about as big as mine. At first when I saw him I thought I was seeing things but my mom asked me later, while we were leaving the store, If it was a man or woman. The guy looked about 60 years old and dressed like a man, but had breast. I am in no way making fun of him but I was weirded out, I'm being honest. I just dont get why I guess.

And another thing, he kept looking around to see if people were looking at him. He was looking at me too. It kinda gave me chills. And again I'm not trying to judge him at all. It just bothered me..


I'd say he was stealing something down his shirt, and making a very visible bra his excuse to object to being searched. WIth out anyone watching live video surveillance, if an employee did not see him do something, there is nothing the store can do to stop him.

Generally old people really don't care. If he was looking around to see who was looking at him, and it made you feel uncomfortable, it's probably because he was doing something he knew he would get in trouble for.
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Victoryfraud wrote:

I think it's perfectly fine. No, really. I mean it.


What the hell is that gif from!? Please?
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theYchromosome wrote:
d where there's not an interest in truth or knowledge -- it is exactly the world where people spend their time in gossip instead of serious study.


Thank you. You articulated my own stance on the utility of CR as an information source better than I could. My own response was more... emotional. You have my applause and thanks.

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aeb0717 wrote:


Victoryfraud wrote:

I think it's perfectly fine. No, really. I mean it.


What the hell is that gif from!? Please?


It's from an short OVA series called +tic Nee-san. Or Plastic Nee-san.
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I have heard of a guy who was dared to get bolt-ons and accepted. Legend calls him, "The Boobicorn".

But anyways, funny story about men wearing women's clothing; so my mom is a big lady (smaller than the average bear, but still), and being a big lady, she has big panties.

Well this one time, I walk into her room to watch TV, and see my youngest brother (he was probably 4 or 5 at the time) wearing it like a full body suit. Like, arms and legs through the leg holes, waistband on his shoulders, just yuckin' it up in his new speedo.

I shit you not, he was dancing while wearing it.

And that is the story of how I peed my pants.
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some men need bras, those things are heavy
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