I don’t know if there’s something wrong with me but I get real uncomfortable around too many happy men who aren’t scheming on some cooch.
I be at the gym and dudes be so RAW, squeezing each other’s arms and slapping each other asses.
I work out DOLO …I don’t need your help, NO you can not share the bench with me. You can’t spot me neither.
As you all know I’m not homophobic and champion Gay Rights …it’s just the ambigousness of certain men that makes me uncomfortable cause I don’t know how to move accordingly cause they either androgynous looking or DMX “I fuck niggas so what?” looking.
Nah I like the scenery, I don’t power lift because I’m naturally buck strong and brallic, I touch weights I blow up like a balloon. I bench 380…for that reason I’m on my cardio and light weight more reps shit…a lot females in those areas.
But WHEN I have to touch the weights, DUDES just be all touchy feely …Last week one of them old school dudes looking like Carl Weathers in a bandanna was behind me and I ain’t know until my headphones came off. He’s grinning like “Good, good, get it up son get them thighs tight” …I didn’t know to respond I was in a weird universe like if I check off on him am I being homophobic? If I don’t say anything am I giving him the ok to watch me do squats? I was like “Here son you can the bench”
This ain’t about being ultra materialistic I don’t condone that either but shouldn’t a nigga that work hard dress his age appropriately and comfortably and maybe indulge a little if he can to the best quality of things
If u can cop the brioni 3 piece what s wrong with that if u can afford the wool sweater why settle for cotton
I don’t get it isn’t the point to this thing call life to do the best we can at every step
nigga…it’s simple. since you butthurt tho, ima add insult to injury. pharrell didn’t put nigo on. he ‘promoted’ his already existing since ’93 brand as a flashy hip hop producer in the early millennium.
nigo…in turn helps him with his own brand & gets paid from it.
btw…every time you say you’re done but continue to respond jus goes to show how wrong your original statement is. jus sayin.
For many in the Western world, Pharrell Williams is the reason they know about A Bathing Ape. When he started to wear BAPE in the mid-2000s he introduced the Japanese streetwear giant to a nation of new fans. Not long after he started up his own label Billionaire Boys Club, and soon the two became synonymous with each other. This month Pharrell once again appears in BAPE and BBC, modeling pieces from both brands’ 2013 spring/summer collections. Williams shows how items from the different collections still manage to work effortlessly together, with various patterned and solid-colored garments complementing each other well. Along with the standard BAPE line are items from the Mr. Bathing Ape suit range, highlighting even more possibilities from the ever-growing catalog that sits under the metaphorical but almost definitely camouflage A Bathing Ape umbrella.