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post #21 of 25 Old 05-29-2013, 08:50 PM
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Hahaha I'm a control freak! I tell my husband what to wear because if I don't he will wear beige and it just looks awful on him - yet he still forgets and brings home beige shirts from the store. Also when I met him, I trashed his closet of 80's sweaters and jackets, tapered jeans and t-shirts with too short sleeves....I still laugh thinking back to when he was trying to climb into the clothing donation bin to pull a coat back out and couldn't reach.......I've traumatized him. Yet when he goes to work and one if the assistants tell him his jeans look trendy etc he's figured my judgement helps him score 'cool' points with the ladies at work!!! Haha!

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I wear whatever makes me feel comfortable. If anyone has a problem with it they don't have to look! :)
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Hahaha I'm a control freak! I tell my husband what to wear because if I don't he will wear beige and it just looks awful on him - yet he still forgets and brings home beige shirts from the store. Also when I met him, I trashed his closet of 80's sweaters and jackets, tapered jeans and t-shirts with too short sleeves....I still laugh thinking back to when he was trying to climb into the clothing donation bin to pull a coat back out and couldn't reach.......I've traumatized him. Yet when he goes to work and one if the assistants tell him his jeans look trendy etc he's figured my judgement helps him score 'cool' points with the ladies at work!!! Haha!

Let your wife/gf dress you.....this is the reason we play with dollies when we are little girls!
I'm starting to think he may have been the one who played with dollies
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What century are we in?!?!
"Luckily I'm married to a man that doesn't care what I wear" (or something to that effect) - GAHHHHHHHHH!!!!
Wear what you please, it's 2013 not 1900.

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What century are we in?!?!
"Luckily I'm married to a man that doesn't care what I wear" (or something to that effect) - GAHHHHHHHHH!!!!
Wear what you please, it's 2013 not 1900.

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True - but I think he's noticed that over the last few years I've stopped caring for myself. I've been so preoccupied by everyone else's problems (his, family's, work, Brock) that I've fallen out of a lot of good habits (like brushing my teeth, wearing deodorant, showering daily, eating three meals a day etc). I think he just sees me wearing joddies as another of those things (not realising that I've worn them in public since I got my first pair - they really are the best trousers ever!). He's been concerned that my lack of self-care is making my depression worse - and since I've been doing the things he suggested I have felt a lot less overwhelmed by life, and have worked myself back into healthy routines. If it were purely a "you're not wearing THAT are you?" I'd wear it just to spite him!

(And I must admit, I did laugh when he wore purple and pink shoes - turns out he's partially colour-blind and thought they were light and dark blue!!)

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