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Men in d(u)ress

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kunjuppu

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Men in d(u)ress

I find nothing so disgusting as tamil men folding up their veshtis or lungis, giving the whole world a glimpse of their colourful boxer shorts. And further more, the curious, can even get an eyeful of the crown jewels, when these louts rest their behind, and spread their legs, in gay abandon!!

All those hairy legs, knotty knees and leathery calves and thighs, displayed to the hilt without any shame or propriety!! And to top it off with those dirty unmanicured feet!!Ugh!!

Apparently this too is a fashion these days.

Just see any tamil kuthu song sequence in any movie. The hero has to lift it up his lungi, and that too publicly, in the company of his friends, and to the admiring glances of the females. What imagination!!.

Even my favourite dhanush did it in aadukalam, and for a moment, I almost banished from my list of favourites.

Us malayalis do it a wee bit more elegantly. No lungis for us. Only pure white dhotis, and when we want to navigate those puddles, we gently lift on end and only one end, thus maintaining a modicum of decency, and leaving it to the imagination, the chromatic nature of the underwear, or the magnitude (or microtude) of our valuables

:hurt:
 

renuka

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Men in d(u)ress

I find nothing so disgusting as tamil men folding up their veshtis or lungis, giving the whole world a glimpse of their colourful boxer shorts. And further more, the curious, can even get an eyeful of the crown jewels, when these louts rest their behind, and spread their legs, in gay abandon!!

All those hairy legs, knotty knees and leathery calves and thighs, displayed to the hilt without any shame or propriety!! And to top it off with those dirty unmanicured feet!!Ugh!!

Apparently this too is a fashion these days.

Just see any tamil kuthu song sequence in any movie. The hero has to lift it up his lungi, and that too publicly, in the company of his friends, and to the admiring glances of the females. What imagination!!.

Even my favourite dhanush did it in aadukalam, and for a moment, I almost banished from my list of favourites.

Us malayalis do it a wee bit more elegantly. No lungis for us. Only pure white dhotis, and when we want to navigate those puddles, we gently lift on end and only one end, thus maintaining a modicum of decency, and leaving it to the imagination, the chromatic nature of the underwear, or the magnitude (or microtude) of our valuables

:hurt:


Hey Kunjs,

Most A rated movies are made in Kerala!! How can anyone forget Shakila!!!
 
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kunjuppu

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Hey Kunjs,

Most A rated movies are made in Kerala!! How can anyone forget Shakila!!!

renu,

i am not talking about malayalam A rated movies.

i am talking about tamil men lifting up their lungis and veshtis and rollicking about with a jolly good show !! ;)

fifty year mamas and fifteen year old kaalais - all enjoy doing this
 
:) Dhoti/veshti worn like in the north, Andhra and ISCKON style is the best. It also saves us from watching them lift it up et al . Lungis/Kaili are the most awful invention ever! My dad wears one at home. And many others wear it in public! to the shops!! especially Malays. Thank god I don't have to see that here, except for a few Sri Lankans.
 
Men in d(u)ress

Us malayalis do it a wee bit more elegantly. No lungis for us. Only pure white dhotis, and when we want to navigate those puddles, we gently lift on end and only one end, thus maintaining a modicum of decency, and leaving it to the imagination, the chromatic nature of the underwear, or the magnitude (or microtude) of our valuables

:hurt:

I agree seeing mohanlal or mamooty fighting in the veti's is better than seeing any tamil hero fighting. There is grace in all the actions scenes as well.

I like the style with which Mohanlal Flips his legs to fold his veti's
 
:) Dhoti/veshti worn like in the north, Andhra and ISCKON style is the best. It also saves us from watching them lift it up et al . Lungis/Kaili are the most awful invention ever! My dad wears one at home. And many others wear it in public! to the shops!! especially Malays. Thank god I don't have to see that here, except for a few Sri Lankans.

I was told that South Indian girls loves to see guys in Veshti.... :) Isn't that true?

And I was told that I look great in Veshti, without folding and with descent fold too :).. In fact I was not told, I was stared upon.. :)

Now don't say that they were not staring admiring me, but with a grumpy feel...But still I don't feel I can't read the eyes and facial expressions of the girls....LOL
 

tbs

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i like tamil actor sarath kumar/malayalam actor jayaram in vesthu madichu kattal.......a part of underswear should shown to prove as

masculine power and rowdism....

regards
tbs
 

renuka

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renu,

i am not talking about malayalam A rated movies.

i am talking about tamil men lifting up their lungis and veshtis and rollicking about with a jolly good show !! ;)

fifty year mamas and fifteen year old kaalais - all enjoy doing this


Dear Kunjs,

I am not complaining.I always thought that Veshti/Lungi is the ultimate weapon of mass production.Just lift it and there you go!!!

Tamil Nadu Vazgha!!!
 

renuka

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hi
i like tamil actor sarath kumar/malayalam actor jayaram in vesthu madichu kattal.......a part of underswear should shown to prove as

masculine power and rowdism....

regards
tbs

I agreee TBS, there was one movie where Sarath was Digambara and was been beaten up in the prison.Too bad the censors here blocked out some scenes.
 

renuka

Well-known member
I was told that South Indian girls loves to see guys in Veshti.... :) Isn't that true?

And I was told that I look great in Veshti, without folding and with descent fold too :).. In fact I was not told, I was stared upon.. :)

Now don't say that they were not staring admiring me, but with a grumpy feel...But still I don't feel I can't read the eyes and facial expressions of the girls....LOL

Ravi,
This you will have give us evidence.Upload a pic!!!LOL
 
Kunjuppu sir,

It seems you were influenced by the title of the thread I started 25 hours before you came up with this thread. But looking at your first post, you could have titled it, "Men (un)dress". Men do not dress the way they dress because of any duress unlike the women folks, who claim so!

In any case, this thread has also got masala! So, I am not compalining.

Just as a side track, brahmins were traditionally not supposed to wear lungi/kaili. I hardly had them in my life. Since I moved abroad, not even dhoti except for rituals. In other words, tamil heros have to lift their lungi up to show their nickers but I go around straightaway in nickers!:suspicious:
 

renuka

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Kunjuppu sir,

It seems you were influenced by the title of the thread I started 25 hours before you came up with this thread. But looking at your first post, you could have titled it, "Men (un)dress". Men do not dress the way they dress because of any duress unlike the women folks, who claim so!

In any case, this thread has also got masala! So, I am not compalining.

Just as a side track, brahmins were traditionally not supposed to wear lungi/kaili. I hardly had them in my life. Since I moved abroad, not even dhoti except for rituals. In other words, tamil heros have to lift their lungi up to show their nickers but I go around straightaway in nickers!:suspicious:


Dear Haridas,


See these days we cant just accept hear say evidence.We need concrete evidence for your last line!!!
 
Hey Renuka,

You are asking evidence of my Veshti look and Shri Haridasa Siva's nicker look..

Which one of these looks you would call as Male Slut look?? LOL...

Ok, why don't we all come up with our Slut looks here and see how fascinating the looks are and what's going in each of our mind... :)

LOL..

 
Hey Renuka,

You are asking evidence of my Veshti look and Shri Haridasa Siva's nicker look..

Which one of these looks you would call as Male Slut look?? LOL...

Ok, why don't we all come up with our Slut looks here and see how fascinating the looks are and what's going in each of our mind... :)

LOL..


I think I already look like a slut with my formal dress on, so no special edition required!
 

renuka

Well-known member
Hey Renuka,

You are asking evidence of my Veshti look and Shri Haridasa Siva's nicker look..

Which one of these looks you would call as Male Slut look?? LOL...

Ok, why don't we all come up with our Slut looks here and see how fascinating the looks are and what's going in each of our mind... :)

LOL..


Ok you both upload your pics and I will give my verdict.I would view the pics or better still video of you both and me and a panel of few judges will crown one of you the Stud of Forum!!
 
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