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November 11, 2009

Blog Guy, my girlfriend gave me a gift certificate for my birthday, and I’m treating myself to some nice new duds. I wanna be right up there with the latest fashions. What should I get?

That’s simple. Shop around for a nice shirt, and then don’t buy it and don’t wear it. Just go out shirtless.

No shirt? You don’t understand. My neighborhood Applebee’s won’t let me through the door without a shirt.

They’ll have to. Just show them this picture from a fashion show a couple of days ago. It’s 2009, baby! If you’re wearing trousers and shoes, that’s enough.

Amazing. And the chicks are okay with this look?

Well, they don’t seem too upset in this runway photo. Look, one woman has actually lost her mind and started to clap, like she’s at some fricking Chippendales revue. She seems a little too easy to entertain, if you ask me.

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A model takes to the catwalk wearing a creation by Pakistani designer Tayyab Bombal during Fashion Pakistan Week in Karachi on November 7, 2009. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

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Now that’s what I am talking about, baby!!!

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive
 

Bob,Isn’t this the same guy that was being inspected by the military doc? He put his pants on and now he’s a model!BTW – I received your invoice. I’m sorry but, since you started charging me $1 to post comments to your blog ;-) I’m afraid I can no longer afford contributing my little droppings of humor here. I have to choose between this and the meds, although, I am feeling a little better today. Hurry up, public option!

Posted by CAM | Report as abusive
 

Blog Guy – I took your fashion advise but got slightly mixed up. Shopped around for nice pants, and then don’t buy them and don’t wear them. Just went out pantless. My neighborhood Applebee’s won’t let me through the door without my pants, even though I showed them the fashion picture. Do you think this is anyway to treat someone?

 

This is the worst example of exploitation I’ve ever seen.

Posted by Peter H | Report as abusive
 

Ok, so Im a big guy, and I have moobs (man boobs). So if I walk around shirtless is that ok? Sounds fair to me, heck might as well take off the pants and go from there. My question where did this “inspiration” from.

Posted by Buddha | Report as abusive
 

JavaJ, no, that’s no way to treat someone, unless you live in my neighborhood….

Posted by Robert Basler | Report as abusive
 

I must be weird… this kind of men dont attract me at all… but i dont know maybe when i am an old woman I’ll like young boys with bodies like that.. but right now they look very fake to me… :-/

Posted by Garfie's mother | Report as abusive
 

if it weren’t for Handsome Boy Modeling School, he’d still have 60 dollarsAfter this he ran crying to his neighbor’s house about how modeling just sucks…

Posted by Tina | Report as abusive
 

Bob, I think you’re misleading all these poor men. They do have to buy the shirts though not wear them. The model in the picture seems to be carrying a shirt.

Posted by G | Report as abusive
 

Bravo Blog Guy. Bravo.

Posted by Little Miss Random | Report as abusive
 

CAM, come on!!! You have to comment!!LMR, very few people seem to understand beauty, dontcha think?

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive
 

Shra,Thank you. I feel better today, i.e, ‘comfortably numb’. I’ll ignore Bob’s invoices … to hell with the debt collectors! Oops, I seem to have lost my shirt!

Posted by CAM | Report as abusive
 

Maybe that guy has it… Bob, am sure that lady in the crowd has been pestering the model to take off his shirt and cant believe he would actually listen to her!!

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive
 

Bob.If you check the signs in the front window of most U.S. stores, especially eating places, it will say, “No shirt, No shoes – No service”. It doesn’t say anything about pants. So… according to them, I can go into Applebee’s wearing a pair of shoes and a shirt (they say nothing about buttoning up the shirt either) and I wouldn’t have a problem? Why, it may not be long before you see my new fashion designs on the pages of “Really Stupid Fashions Weekly” winning some kind of award and making millions with my all-new, “skin” look. Unless you are female and really built, Which I am neither, I still wouldn’t apply to BeautifulPeople.com though.Moving to Titicaca where “No Shirt, No Shoes” doesn’t apply,LonnieP.S. – I always said “If we were meant to run around buck nekkid all the time, we would have been BORN that way…”

Posted by Lonnie | Report as abusive
 

My favourite part is how the caption says that the model is wearing a ‘creation’ by a Pakistani designer.Is it just me, or is that ‘creation’ a pair of black pants, some white shoes and a red shirt in hand. Putting together an outfit does not a ‘creation’ make.Unless they’re saying that Tayyab Bombal ‘created’ the rock hard abs and impeccable pecs…I mean, that model sure does have a nice personality.

Posted by Little Miss Random | Report as abusive
 

And a fantastic six-pack…..

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive
 

Oh Yeah Gigidy Gigidy thats some lovely eye candy ….. mwah xxxx

Posted by Kerri | Report as abusive
 

well .. guysssss.. i atleast got soo many comments on my fashion week outfitt… well i m here the designer himself . tayyab bombal… n if u want to seee all my outfits of this show…. just go to group on facebook TAYYAB BOMBAL. n see wat he was wearing..thank u soooo much

Posted by tayyab bombal | Report as abusive
 

no matter what.. Tayyab you rocked~~~ we were there and we enjoyed the show!!! Good luck and Congratulations :) We are sooo proud of you..

Posted by Fan | Report as abusive
 

After losing his shirt investing his life savings with Bernie Madoff, designer Tayyab Bombal tried to put a positive spin on the experience.

Posted by Bill | Report as abusive
 

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