Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Jennifer Aniston And A Peek At Her Semi Opaque Hosiery

Sometimes less is more. I think that guys can learn a bit from Jennifer Aniston in this article's photo. You get only a small clear glimpse of 1 of her knees and lower thighs. However, it is all that we need. We are not trying to invade her privacy. We just want to enjoy the pleasures of the beauty of hosiery.

I love the small shine.

When we wear hosiery, it should be visible, but there is something to be said about hosiery that appears only briefly now and then.

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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Got Some Support From A Female Friend

I noticed that she liked a photo of me on Facebook, and the photo had a small glimpse of my upper leg showing with opaque hosiery. I asked her how she felt about it, and it turns out that she never even noticed it at first. She has no problems with it, and her grandfather also wore hosiery under pants to keep warm. He tried so many brands, but none of them actually worked.

It looks like we made progress.

I thanked her for her support.

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Monday, May 18, 2015

Peanut Butter & Shaving

It seems that people tried shaving with peanut butter. Some people liked it, and some did not. I have not tried it, and I do not plan to. However, read the rest of the blog post for my thoughts on why it might not work for some, and how to improve your technique. I base my suggestions on my regular use of peanut butter.

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Ryan Seacrest's New Gal Likes Pantyhose

I do not really know if they are in a relationship, but they are at least friends. It is a relief that at least 1 of them wants her to wear pantyhose. Hopefully, it was not only this once.

Lucky guy: Ryan Seacrest enjoyed dinner in Los Angeles with a mystery brunette on Saturday night.

You can see the rest of the photos and the rest of the news story.

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Saturday, May 16, 2015

Cressida Bonas Performs Play In Only Tights, Undervest, And Big Sheet

It seems interesting that opaque hosiery was chosen as part of her wardrobe. No plot has been announced for this 1-woman theatre piece, however, I do wonder why hosiery was chosen. The article shows some washed out photos, and explains that the play is about a woman and an artist, but it does not explain much more.

I suspect that the hosiery helps to convey an intimacy between the character and the artist portrayed in the story, while also providing some modesty. The author of the play says that she never posed for artist. So, I suspect that the actress will be playing other characters in flashback or via rumours.

All of this seems to verify what I believe about hosiery: it is both public and private. There are parts that are private, and are not to be shared with the public, but there are parts that are public. The public parts do not need to be shared with the public, but they are great for sharing with the public. 1 pair can be enjoyed by so many people in different ways. Some enjoy it by looking, while the wearer enjoys the touch, and the feeling, and the warmth, and the shade, and the style.

Celebrate your freedom to wear and to look!

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Monday, May 11, 2015

Volunteering At Food Event

I have volunteered to work at Feeding The 5000 Vancouver, where free gourmet food will be served. Since I have been given a leadership position, I think that it is of the upmost importance that I wear semi-opaque hosiery, so that it is obvious, that I am not wearing athletic clothing. I want to be a good example of what a hosiery wearer looks like.

They have entrusted me the opportunity to look after security. This is new for me, in that I have never volunteered for leadership positions, as far as I know.

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Saturday, April 4, 2015

Funeral After Thoughts And Hosiery And Men

So, I decided to follow Andreas's advice, and not wear shorts and hosiery to the funeral / celebration service. I was actually going to wear jeans, because I thought that we were supposed to dress casual and relaxed, but I saw my relatives wearing a suit, a sports coat, dress pants, and dresses. I went and changed into a dress shirt, pair of dress pants, and a sports coat.

When we arrived, I saw quite a few people wear jeans. I saw many women wear dresses, skirts, and hosiery.

I found the whole situation challenging, because I believe that we should be breaking down these norms, but maybe I am wrong. All norms do not come about just because the majority of people decide that this is how things are going to be. Some of the norms might come about because of that, but a lot of them do come about because we forms opinions in other situations.

We can see this in the way that we perceive turbans and work helmets. Those things have been around for a while, but they will probably never be in the mainstream for formal wear for the majority of western men.

An anonymous reader also chimed in after the funeral, and I felt that he [or she?] made a good point. While reading the response, I was reminded of an acquaintance that dresses really strange, and yet has a difficult time understanding why people look at him. Curiosity is a very natural response to things that are not normal. He should be grateful for the times, when is NOT persecuted. In fact, I do not think that he was ever persecuted for the clothing that he wore.

I look forward to the day, when all men are required to wear hosiery all the time, and when we are encouraged to wear semi-opaques or day-sheer hosiery. After that, I will realize how expensive it will be, and then do a face-palm. ;^P

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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Is It Safe To Wear Shorts And Hosiery To A Funeral Or Celebration Service?

My aunt died on Saturday morning. She was a respectable person, because she had people skills. I believe that she was a born again Christian, so I expect her to go to heaven.

I was wondering about what I could wear.

I thought that my favourite black shorts, and a pair of black opaques would be nice. What do you guys think about that? Is it formal enough to wear to a funeral? Have we made that progress yet? Please comment below.

It turns out that the family requested that we not wear black. Maybe I'll wear my beige coloured shorts with brown opaques, and brown Doc Martens. What do you think?

I think that avoiding sheers would be best, especially since my leg hair is a little noticable.

Any suggestions? Have seen shorts in a funeral? What about at a celebration service?

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