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Fashion Sense

December 12, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

You know why I get angry at gay guys?  No, it doesn’t have to do with the fact that they are gay.  It has to do with the fact that a lot of them know fashion better than Tommy Hilfiger.  You might ask yourself why this is such a problem for me.  The answer is simple.  I have no idea what I am doing when it comes to fashion.  Figuring out whether or not my clothes even match is one of the most difficult things I do every day.  I have no idea what goes with what.  I will readily admit that the other day I googled what color shirt would match with my khaki shorts.  There has never been a time in my life when I have stood in front of a mirror and realized that my clothes don’t match.  It all looks good to me.  But gay dudes straight kill it when it comes to fashion.  They can figure out how to make anything work.  A scarf, anything with pink in it, skinny jeans, mesh shirts (ok that was more of a nod to a funny Family Guy clip than anything else).  They are like the Macgyver of the fashion world.

All he needed was stick of gum, a rubber band, and a paperclip and he could diffuse a bomb.  Give a gay guy a small handkerchief, a monacle, and leg warmers and he will put together something that will be selling out in stores next season.  So why is this such a problem?  Well, since they are well dressed men they are setting a really high standard for how us straight guys need to dress.  They have shown women that men can dress nice and now women expect it from us.  I like to think that there was a time when most guys dressed like slobs no matter the situation.  The thing was, since most guys did this women just had to deal with it and lower their expectations.  It was probably some sort of unspoken rule in guy world not to dress very nice.  Sort of like our unspoken bathroom etiquette rules or the infamous guy code.  Gay guys have now destroyed that.  It is kinda like that really smart kid in class that screws up the grade curve for everyone else.  We would all be passing chemistry if that kid didn’t score 100% on every test.  But oh no, little Timmy had to get into Harvard so you better believe he is going to know the answer to every question on that test.  Same with gay guys.  They have to dress great all the time because they are the ones that get modeling gigs, serve as backup dancers, or become stylists to Hollywood stars.  Appearance is everything in those situations.  But it doesn’t help the everyday guy who wants to just wear jeans and a t-shirt while out with his friends.  We look like slobs compared to a group of gay guys out on the town for the night.  Who do you think women would rather hang out with?  This is my plea to men of the gay community.  Please dial it down.  The rest of us don’t stand a chance.

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