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I always said that boxers were marketed towards women and gay men, which might make sense because of lot of guys won't buy stuff like that for themselves.

With that said, I fully support this idea.

Fully.
 

pulse8

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Originally posted by: LoKe
I always said that boxers were marketed towards women and gay men, which might make sense because of lot of guys won't buy stuff like that for themselves.

With that said, I fully support this idea.

Fully.
:confused:

There are a lot of guys who buy boxers exclusively. Not because of some model in a magazine, but because that's the type of underwear we wear.
 

dudeman007

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Originally posted by: LoKe
I always said that boxers were marketed towards women and gay men, which might make sense because of lot of guys won't buy stuff like that for themselves.
wha?

 

Jeff7

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Dammit, someone get out the scissors, that hair is just a bit too long.

Good thing it says "Men's underwear" or else I wouldn't even have known what they were selling.

Oddly enough, I still don't want to buy the underwear. They wouldn't look as good on me anyway.
 

Exterous

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Some men don't like to look at women on the potty

Aside from that they have an excellent point. In for 2
 
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Originally posted by: pulse8
Originally posted by: LoKe
I always said that boxers were marketed towards women and gay men, which might make sense because of lot of guys won't buy stuff like that for themselves.

With that said, I fully support this idea.

Fully.
There are a lot of guys who buy boxers exclusively. Not because of some model in a magazine, but because that's the type of underwear we wear.
I meant it seems more encouraged for a girlfriend/wife to buy them for her husband than for a guy to just buy them himself.
 

taltamir

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well duh... i mean its not like we buy new underwear... I wear mine until several years later they mysteriously get replaced by new ones...
 

kevnich2

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Originally posted by: taltamir
well duh... i mean its not like we buy new underwear... I wear mine until several years later they mysteriously get replaced by new ones...
Yep, same here. I haven't bought new boxers in years, but amazingly they get replaced every so often, haha.
 
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Originally posted by: taltamir
well duh... i mean its not like we buy new underwear... I wear mine until several years later they mysteriously get replaced by new ones...
Obviously my opinion has exceptions based on necessity, but if you don't see my point, who really cares?
 

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