Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by farouk, May 10, 2012.
vero is a bit behind the times.
I think men that pierce both ears is real girly looking.
Girly, girly, girly.
Men who want to look girly pierce both ears.
I don't think the man of a household should be wearing earrings in both ears.
They give the wrong impression, or are they?
Maybe they want to be girly girly.
Some people think it's actually more of a tough guy thing. (Christian rock singer with shaved head and both earlobes studded? not unusual.)
so do some men who shave their legs.
I guess it may be cyclical, whether it's done or not...
I cant recall my town being left.
Why would a Christian rock singer want to look like a tough guy?
Apples and oranges.
All the members of football teams might well have them in both ears.
It's not necessary and there are other priorities.
It's not unusual, either; sometimes not a case of actively trying to look a certain way, but simply they way they are, and it's widespread, too.
I will ask a friend of mine who is a former pro player for the patriots and a coach.
Depends what the uniform and dress codes are. Informal practice time might differ from a formal match.
Does it matter? no. Is it unusual? no.
he would know.
Kind of depends on what the coach thinks, I guess...
Even Byran College (Christian fundamental school) allows male student to wear earrings.
he is saved,
Bryan College is very, very conservative theologically and even there it's considered no big deal for the men students to have ear piercings (or the women students to have nose studs). Or so they say.
I think you'll find that sometimes it's the wife's idea in any case...
jasoncran, allenwynne : In any case, these days I think you'll find that many wives are thoroughly accustomed to their husbands' earrings (as many husbands are thoroughly accustomed to their wives' tattoos, but this is maybe another story...) Blessings.
Okay, so relevant to this thread:
What is the best age to get ears pierced? for women? for men?
so, many a sbc's college teach the toe, does that make their position right?
In the context of this thread, how do you mean?
Separate names with a comma.