Dino and Stacy

REALLY, LADIES? THIS MAKES US INSTANTLY MORE ATTRACTIVE?
REALLY, LADIES? THIS MAKES US INSTANTLY MORE ATTRACTIVE?

Gentlemen, if you have been striving to look more attractive to the opposite sex it’s time to invest in some simple white t-shirts. Yup. Apparently women think our shoulders look broader and our waists look smaller, because apparently the LEAST attractive thing we can wear is something that draws attention to our stomachs – and that’s even if we’re in GOOD shape.

Well, I’ve got LOTS of white t-shirts. They even say witty things like “Enjoy the gun show” and “Belly in training” and I may still have one that says “I’m with stupid” with an arrow pointing directly UP to me. Probably not the white t-shirts you ladies had in mind, but a guy has to start somewhere, right?

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