Friday, 16 April 2010

Dressing up

This volcano that has grounded all the planes with it's plume of dust is confusing my mother. She rang today to tell me to keep my windows closed at home and swore that her house is more dusty than it normally is.

Tomorrow i am going to a wedding and i'm wearing my work suite. I don't actually wear a suit at work, but you get one for interviews and stuff like that don't you?. In the end you only put it on when your going to a funeral or wedding so i made sure it was a dark blue.
Horrible bloody thing it is. Uncomfortable formal. Then you stick a shirt and tie with it and you feel like your being strangled all day.
Thankfully it's smart but casual at work.
But one thing i did notice when i tried it on again was how slack a silky the inside of the trousers are. Mens cloths are never really soft and sexy feeling are they ?. When you see or touch women's cloths (and i should at this point say i don't normally do either) they are soft and light and nice to the touch.
Mens cloths are like Brillo pads woven into cloth.

It's the difference between wearing tight undies that hold it all in, or boxers that let it all swing.

I once had a leather jacket that always use to feel really sexy to wear, but it made too many farting sounds when you moved about. And it stunk of leather as well.
I'm staying in tonight to save everything up for tomorrow night, but i could murder a drink tonight.
Bed early, need sleep, save it all up Michael
Have a good weekend everyone.


Anonymous said...

You are going to look so handsome in your suit...I hope u post a pic;)

have a great weekend

Anonymous said...

Good idea, piccy please.

You must have really soft skin, I used to think that about suit trousers when I was a kid.

drucloud said...

or how about in boxers and leather jacket always been a favourite of mine
DRU :)

naturgesetz said...

I agree: we must have a pic of you in your suit. With shirt and tie as well.

Enjoy the day and evening, and don't do anything I wouldn't do.

vilges suola said...

How do we know what you wouldn't do?

naturgesetz said...

@ vilges suola — That's a very good question. I'm glad you asked that question.

You may be able to get some clues if you read my blog. ;)

Anonymous said...

Not a fucking lot then.