Wednesday, May 5, 2010

SlimTs

I couldn't sleep last night and of course the late night infomercials are all that's on. So I see this one about a new man girdle called "SlimTs". It hides your fat and even has a fake 6 pack on it for when you are pretending to be in shape. Is this what we have come to as men? We have to pretend to be in shape like some postpartum woman who can't get rid of the "baby fat"? Push away from the table, go run a few miles and stop acting like a little bitch! You are a MAN! You do not need this BS man girdle. Do you think men who lived during the Great Depression worried about their belly being flabby?

10 comments:

  1. THIS SHIT MAKES ME SICK. YOU ARE 100% RIGHT. GET OFF YOUR LAZY ASS AND WORK-OUT.

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  2. What if you are working out but want to look sharp in a suit at work till you get to it, is it really that bad. Before no one cared if you were fat or not, these days image is everything.

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  3. Anonymous,
    NO!!!! Are you kidding me? Read more post on this site. Fuck image. Be a man not a sheep.
    Thanks,
    CEO

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  4. Look theres nothing worng with a little help maybe this girdle will boost a guys confidence when he wears it and then maybe he will go to the gym but for now its to each its own...if a guy wants to wear it then its none of our buisness...and if its like "cheating" or being a fake who cares woman walk around wit it all the time...WHO CARES!!

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  5. I'm not obsessed with my image by any stretch of the imagination, but I could imagine there being situations where I would want to improve my outside appearance, just like women do. For example going to my high school graduation or being in a wedding party, to name a couple, even though I am definitely not fat. I exercise regularly to stay healthy, but age is catching up to me. Particularly since I have young kids and I think spending the little free time I have with them is more important than working out. So to suggest that if I purchase this product, it's because I'm too lazy to workout, is extremely ignorant. This product has piqued my curiousity and I'll probably try it. I'll try to remember to post back here to let people know how it turned out.

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  6. Anonymous - you really need THIS article -

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irritable_male_syndrome

    NOW grow a pair, be a man and stop wearing a MAN-zere. I bet you wear a hairpiece too...Nice job comparing yourself to a girl too. That will win you ZERO sympathy from this site.

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  7. What if you're a guy like me. I'm 55 years old and I work out 2hrs a day, everyday. I lift weights on the odds days and spend one hour on the eliptical machine on even days. I also do ab work everyday, which consists of 200 crunches, 200 knee raises on the roman chair, and 200 torso turns, all with weighted resistance. My problem is that I have arthritis in my lower back so I need some added support or my back just stiffens up. To add to my situation I just had surgery for prostate cancer 18 months ago. Will this product give me any added support in my lower back because all the braces I've tried that wrap around the waist always slip down during exercise.

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  8. ^That is the first and only reason for wanting to get one. If you go out to eat or shopping wearing this thing to look like you have a six pack when in fact you have keg than you are a tool. No exceptions.

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  9. well, I did try it (I'm the 8/19 guy)

    It did nothing for me so I would not recommend it.

    ok, just wanted to spare someone else those few dollars. I have no intention of ever visiting this site again; so slikrik and the like can resume denying their homosexuality ;-)

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  10. ^Quite manly of you to post as "Anonymous" and talk some crap. Thank you for doing us a favor and not participating in my site. Do not return. Good day!

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