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    Quote Originally Posted by besha View Post
    Don't ever go to a surf carnival then...the surf boat rowers not only wear speedos, but pull them up their bum cracks to reduce friction on the seat

    Thankfully this is no longer a hobby of my DH!!
    Oh God, that must look hot. Icky.

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    No no no! They are all kinds of wrong!

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    Most of the guys at the gym wear them to swim laps. I'm fine with it in that context. Beach not so much.

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    They are truly awful.
    When I did army basic training the men were issued speedos and had to wear them. The worst part was they were one size fits all

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    Unless the man looks like Chris Hemsworth - NO!
    2)- i hate seeing speedos, not liking seeing their budgie bouncing about as they walk/run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    My eyes >_<

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gentoo View Post
    As long as someone's at a pool or within 100m of the beach, I think it's acceptable and not really that different from a woman wearing a lycra swimsuit. They're really the most practical option for lap swimming.

    That being said, I concede that they look far better on some people than others!
    I'm with you.

    I do object to bike riding men in Lycra flaunting it at a coffee shop. Possibly something to do with a lecturer I had a Uni that wore Lycra, had a gold tooth and was famous for his inappropriate comments.

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    Eeeeww.. That is all..

    But, I feel like I could be called hypocritical, as I wear a bikini to the beach and public pool. I wear a dress over the top until I'm about to enter the water though.. But still, I guess I could be called a hypocrite, as I think that what I wear is fine, but I don't like to see a man wearing the make equivalent.. Hmmm..


 

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