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Unread postby IanSaidHi » 22 October 2019, 17:36

Rule of thumb, if the party involves cheese and wine then no. If not, dress as you will.
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Re: Woul you recommend a guy to wear a catsuit at an LGBT halloween pa

Unread postby Marmaduke » 22 October 2019, 19:09

IanSaidHi wrote:Rule of thumb, if the party involves cheese and wine then no. If not, dress as you will.

That’s an awful rule of thumb. No cheese or wine was served at my grandmother’s birthday party. She would not have appreciated latex.
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Re: Woul you recommend a guy to wear a catsuit at an LGBT halloween pa

Unread postby IanSaidHi » 22 October 2019, 19:28

Marmaduke wrote:
IanSaidHi wrote:Rule of thumb, if the party involves cheese and wine then no. If not, dress as you will.

That’s an awful rule of thumb. No cheese or wine was served at my grandmother’s birthday party. She would not have appreciated latex.


Well I suggest she should arrange some brie and a bottle of Echo Falls for future parties to avoid potential catsuit awkwardness.
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Re: Woul you recommend a guy to wear a catsuit at an LGBT halloween pa

Unread postby Marcus1995 » 23 October 2019, 07:44

I just realised that it wasn't quite the kind of latex catsuit that I was thinking of - I would say that it looks somewhat more classy.
Here is an image of the exact item that I bought:

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Would this work without being overly "suggestive"?
It doesn't come off to me as too ridiculously "overly sexual", at least not by much.

I am not gonna bring that whip thing with me by the way, so that doesn't really count in my case.
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Unread postby Marmaduke » 23 October 2019, 10:37

I’m not sure you know what classy means.
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Unread postby Marcus1995 » 23 October 2019, 10:40

Marmaduke wrote:I’m not sure you know what classy means.

Well it is sold as actual masquerade clothing, so it shouldn't be that bad.
They even explicitly say that it could be worn either with extra garments or just the way it is.

Also, even the characters in "The Matrix" often wear something similar, and I haven't really heard them be called "slutty" or anything like that.
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Unread postby Marmaduke » 23 October 2019, 10:51

Marcus1995 wrote:
Marmaduke wrote:I’m not sure you know what classy means.

Well it is sold as actual masquerade clothing, so it shouldn't be that bad.
They even explicitly say that it could be worn either with extra garments or just the way it is.

Also, even the characters in "The Matrix" often wear something similar, and I haven't really heard them be called "slutty" or anything like that.

Are you going as Trinity from the Matrix?
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Unread postby kenzie_matt » 23 October 2019, 12:48

Marmaduke wrote:Are you going as Trinity from the Matrix?


:lol:
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Re: Woul you recommend a guy to wear a catsuit at an LGBT halloween pa

Unread postby Eryx » 23 October 2019, 13:57

Did you buy the female version? It might look a little awkward if you did. Or could you give us an example of a masculine frame?
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Re: Woul you recommend a guy to wear a catsuit at an LGBT halloween pa

Unread postby Marcus1995 » 23 October 2019, 15:04

Eryx wrote:Did you buy the female version? It might look a little awkward if you did. Or could you give us an example of a masculine frame?

I bought the female version, but I think I am going to have some sort of shirt with it as well.

My body type is that I am 6'0 and quite slender.
I also have quite thin arms (enough to be able to connect my thumb and index finger when I grab one of my forearms).
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Re: Woul you recommend a guy to wear a catsuit at an LGBT halloween pa

Unread postby Marmaduke » 23 October 2019, 21:02

As you’ve already ordered the constituent parts of this outfit, I think the best bet is posting a picture of you wearing it for an accurate opinion on it.

We shall await the big reveal with baited breath.
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Unread postby poolerboy0077 » 23 October 2019, 22:51

I’d love to see Hunter in one of those. Mmph.
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Re: Woul you recommend a guy to wear a catsuit at an LGBT halloween pa

Unread postby Marcus1995 » 24 October 2019, 10:07

Well I tried it, and it was a little too small for me.
I accidentally destroyed the zipper because I was too careless. :facepalm2: :P

To be honest, I am mostly looking for something that is fairly form-fitting around my ass, since I like to be a bit of a tease to guys that way.
Not sure what I should choose for that, though.
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Unread postby mxguy01 » 24 October 2019, 15:30

You could dip yourself in this. It would be form fitting. They also make a spray-on.
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Re: Woul you recommend a guy to wear a catsuit at an LGBT halloween pa

Unread postby Marcus1995 » 24 October 2019, 15:39

mxguy01 wrote:You could dip yourself in this. It would be form fitting. They also make a spray-on.

I think you are perfectly aware that I am not looking for rubber meant for cars.
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Re: Woul you recommend a guy to wear a catsuit at an LGBT halloween pa

Unread postby Marmaduke » 24 October 2019, 16:08

Marcus1995 wrote:
mxguy01 wrote:You could dip yourself in this. It would be form fitting. They also make a spray-on.

I think you are perfectly aware that I am not looking for rubber meant for cars.

I think you’re perfectly aware that it’s clearly meant for pliers.
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Re: Woul you recommend a guy to wear a catsuit at an LGBT halloween pa

Unread postby Marcus1995 » 24 October 2019, 16:39

Marmaduke wrote:
Marcus1995 wrote:
mxguy01 wrote:You could dip yourself in this. It would be form fitting. They also make a spray-on.

I think you are perfectly aware that I am not looking for rubber meant for cars.

I think you’re perfectly aware that it’s clearly meant for pliers.

That's completely irrelevant, my point was that obviously I am looking for actual clothing.
I don't know why some people randomly started talking about sprays and pliers.
Do people really dip themselves in rubber coating when they go to parties?
I highly doubt it, to be honest.

But either way, if someone knows about anything then I would be grateful for some tips.
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Re: Woul you recommend a guy to wear a catsuit at an LGBT halloween pa

Unread postby Subra » 25 October 2019, 12:14

Why not go in leggings or tights?
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Re: Woul you recommend a guy to wear a catsuit at an LGBT halloween pa

Unread postby Marcus1995 » 26 October 2019, 02:01

Subra wrote:Why not go in leggings or tights?

I don't like having a visible bulge through very form-fitting pants.

I am not sure what material I should look for here, but I am thinking about something that kind of "sticks" to your body but at the same time doesn't actually feel that tight, and that also has enough space in the groin region to minimise the bulge look.
I think that some skin pants can be a bit like that, but I don't know what they are called.
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Re: Woul you recommend a guy to wear a catsuit at an LGBT halloween pa

Unread postby Jryski » 26 October 2019, 06:37

This got way too complicated way too fast. Perhaps its time to cut two holes in a white sheet.
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