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Posted on Jul 08, 2017 at 04:27 PM

One common theme seen on many women’s profiles is that they want to find a man who is equally comfortable in anything from jeans to a tux.  A tux is about as comfortable as a suit and neither is comfortable.  Still, both have the virtue of making men look good who don’t look good.  You can be shaped like a football and look quite dapper in a well fitted suit (or tux).  Another compensating factor is that women really look nice all dollied up. 

 

A friend of mine read “Dress for Success,” way back when that book was first written.  He took it completely to heart, and did it.  He told me in all seriousness, one, that it worked, and two, that it also worked with women.  Said he was disappointed in both the working world and women in that they were both so shallow.

 

Men who have retired often have retired as well from the idea of suits, tuxes, and especially ties.  This is especially true if they were software developers.  Of course software developers retired from all that when they became software developers. 

 

Men, if they are good enough, sometimes retire from all that even in the non-software working world.  When you are the CEO of a self owned company you can dress as you please even as you require your employees to follow a more conventional dress code.  So too can eccentric geniuses once the company understands that the company needs them more than they need the company.  I have known examples of both.

 

Equally comfortable in anything from jeans to a tux is asking too much.  Perhaps women would scare fewer suitable (no pun intended) men away if they only asked that men be willing, on occasion, to put on the appropriate attire without undue sulking before, during, or after the occasion.  Same idea on the number of such occasions per year might help too.  Fair warning, this might require women to attend some functions or participate in activities that they would really rather not in fair exchange; again without undue sulking before, during, or after the event (activity). 

 

Examples might include roughing it in the wilderness many miles from a rest room, motel, or restaurant; attending a model train exposition; attending a model aviation trade show, or spending a few weeks in an isolated mountain cabin with no TV, no phones of any sort, and only primitive cooking facilities.  None of these examples as a joint activity appeal to me, except maybe the mountain cabin; they are just examples. 


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Posted on Jul 12, 2017 at 09:30 PM

Quoting JadisofCharn56:

I have that on my profile because I am looking for a man who has the ability to be relaxed in formal or casual situations.


Ideally they should enjoy being in those situations.  At least not hate it.  Relaxed is a good start.  Thanks for your comments.


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Posted on Jul 10, 2017 at 11:21 PM

I have that on my profile because I am looking for a man who has the ability to be relaxed in formal or casual situations.

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Posted on Jul 09, 2017 at 10:33 PM

Quoting funtimes0007:

I think nudist probably have a better life style..lol :)



Possibly.  


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Posted on Jul 09, 2017 at 05:33 AM

Hi Maryclaire,  Nice hearing from you.  Thanks for your comments.  


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Posted on Jul 09, 2017 at 01:44 AM

 

Hi RMAC22 ,

 

You said it well ..jeans and tuxedo are incomparable and they

could be both uncomfortable..I know those incidents and situations about it ..so its really just ..bla blaaaa ..


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