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RubenX 09-03-12 11:41 AM

I have a mancard revocation review coming up :\
 
I was with some friends at the store and they were shopping for swimsuits. One came in and said "what about this one?" and I pointed out:

"That's not a swimsuit, that's a ballet specific leotard".

Everybody looked at me weird and I had to quickly correct...

"No no no... hold on... I have a daughter who took ballet and gymnastics and bla bla bla..." :(

They still put me up for revocation review...

jsharr 09-03-12 11:50 AM

Dad knowledge is exempt from mancard revocation review. Your knowledge falls under dad knowledge.

SonataInFSharp 09-03-12 11:52 AM

Ha. I know more about girls' clothes than my sister, since she has no eye for what her kid is actually wearing.

Better still, I used to go shopping with my best female friend all the time. I know so much about dresses, pants, and even bras that my wife questions me sometimes. But, hey, I was single and got to watch a platonic friend try on clothes several times a month. My friends may have thought I was a little odd, but how many of them had a platonic female friend ask, "can you see too much if I bend over in this tank top?" Or, "can you see my underwear if I sit down in this skirt? I am really trusting your opinion here," or even "is this bra see through in this lighting?"

Couch 09-03-12 12:48 PM

You are a father and a good one at that. Trust me, you will never lose your man card if continue being a good daddy.

Rick

RubenX 09-03-12 01:34 PM

Thanks for the support. I will invoke the Daddy Exception Rules when I present my case before my local ManCard Revocation Committee. I also read that the "Daddy Exception Rules" where created to cut down on the number of women out there that grow up with daddy-issues. Women with daddy-issues are bad for us all and therefore Daddy Exception Rules must prevail.

That shall be my defense.

spry 09-03-12 07:23 PM


Originally Posted by Couch (Post 14686572)
You are a father and a good one at that. Trust me, you will never lose your man card if continue being a good daddy.

Rick

Hey,
What did you do with the "itchy beard dude" couch?

spry 09-03-12 07:28 PM


Originally Posted by RubenX (Post 14686695)
Thanks for the support. I will invoke the Daddy Exception Rules when I present my case before my local ManCard Revocation Committee. I also read that the "Daddy Exception Rules" where created to cut down on the number of women out there that grow up with daddy-issues. Women with daddy-issues are bad for us all and therefore Daddy Exception Rules must prevail.

That shall be my defense.

Sometimes it's OK for a stout dude to prance around in the privacy of his Florida home in a ballet outfit while listening to the "flight of the bumblebee":thumb:
Lessens the pressure of a hectic life in todays economy.

SingingSabre 09-04-12 01:25 AM

I wear pink dress shirts and bowties and still have no mancard revocations.

If I can do that, then your daddy knowledge is 100% safe.

Couch 09-04-12 08:30 AM


Originally Posted by SingingSabre (Post 14688663)
I wear pink dress shirts and bowties and still have no mancard revocations.

Yea, but you are man pretty and can wear anything and look awesome. What happens if dopes like me wear pink?

Couch

jsharr 09-04-12 08:36 AM


Originally Posted by Couch (Post 14689405)
Yea, but you are man pretty and can wear anything and look awesome. What happens if dopes like me wear pink?

Couch

You should stick to black and white.

spry 09-04-12 08:39 AM


Originally Posted by SingingSabre (Post 14688663)
I wear pink dress shirts and bowties and still have no mancard revocations.

If I can do that, then your daddy knowledge is 100% safe.

I guess as long as your shoes and man purse match the shirt you're good to go.

Couch 09-04-12 08:49 AM


Originally Posted by jsharr (Post 14689428)
You should stick to black and white.

I didn't ask you. Now apologize.

El Coucho

mikeybikes 09-04-12 09:04 AM

What is this man card you speak of? I have never received mine.

klondike300 09-04-12 12:35 PM

I believe anything done in daddy duty is pretty much exempt. My soon to be 14 yr old step-daughter can attest to that. I spent 3 hours in the mall hair salon while she got her hair bleached before her cousins wedding. And the younger the child, the more you can get away with :)

skiahh 09-05-12 10:53 AM


Originally Posted by jsharr (Post 14686411)
Dad knowledge is exempt from mancard revocation review. Your knowledge falls under dad knowledge.

Not only does being a good dad exempt you from mancard revocation review in such circumstances, it adds bonus points for when you might actually be subject to a valid review. Being a good dad is the pinnacle of manhood and manliness - especially when dealing with little girls and their girly needs.


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