Skip to comments.Metrosexuals Charge Discrimination, Confusion at Workplace
Posted on 01/11/2006 9:07:09 AM PST by DBeers
Metrosexual California men are donning the latest in designer wear, exfoliating like there's no tomorrow and heading off to spas for seaweed wraps with increasing regularity. But the playbook for the metrosexual lifestyle is apparently still being written and this has left some men feeling a little confused about what is acceptable metro behavior.
Don Ragsdale, from Los Angeles, is one such confused male and last Saturday night he inadvertently ran a play straight out of the homosexual playbook. I initially felt a little uncomfortable with some metrosexual rituals, especially the anal waxing, but I was getting a lot of support from my girlfriend and people at work were very complimentary when I wore pink shirts. Then I went to the Chateau Marmont with some guys from work I thought that they were metros too and the rest is history.
Don woke up next to a guy in a West Hollywood apartment Sunday morning feeling like he had been probed by the entire Martian race. Apparently some of the things that metrosexuals do and wear are more homo than hetero; there are a lot of mixed signals being sent. Harry Peters, one of Dons coworkers, explains, We were sure that Don was gay. I dont know too many straights running around in Spandex pants like Don does. We all had a lot to drink that night and Don was very chummy. I still cant believe he's straight.
Because of incidents like Dons an organization, Men for Men, has formed to help metrosexuals keep things straight. According to information on their website, hotstuds.com, the following things commonly associated with metrosexuals are actually gay: pink shirts, Spandex pants, apricot scrubs, and having sex with guys.
This has got to be one of the stupidest posts I've ever seen on here. But gay or straight, No means No!
I hate pink shirts on men.
He shouldn't have insulted E.T.
I am a man therefore I like females. Females, to me, should be soft, smooth, smelly good and all together just feminine.
Is it wrong for me to say that women should like the opposite features in men? (hairy, sweaty, rough)
Somehow, I don't think E.T. had a hand in this one!
Does that answer your question?
"probed by the entire Martian race"
does this mean he had an bad ear ache?
He wishes it was E.T.
Seriesly? Did somebody have to send out a memo to explain this?
He's wishing he'd gone HOME ALONE that night.
"It's alright, I'm a doctor!"
He's heard that one before.
or phoned home alone.
Oh please, that one NEVER works!
Had a lady Doc use that line on me once.
(But that was for a physical exam.)
A line that never works, "Don't worry, I'm an artist."
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