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Check this out! Cheap eats if you wear a skirt or dress.

http://www.racingwest.com/news/story.php3/13735/
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Since1982 wrote:Check this out! Cheap eats if you wear a skirt or dress.

http://www.racingwest.com/news/story.php3/13735/
I especially like the mention that (to paraphrase) "'males or females' qualify for the discount". Usually, one equates motor sports in the US of A with an astonishingly high level of testosterone (after all, stock car racing is an elaborate celebration of moonshine-running and tax evasion); the fact that blokes are willing to don skirts and dresses to gain cheap admittance and vittles (not to mention "beer") might say something. But then again, it might not.... {shrug}
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Post by iain »

why the surprise? nearly all men want a chance to change their clothes but they need an acceptable excuse, that's all. a schoolteacher elsewhere in this forum said the same to one of the members on this forum: that given a chance, lots of the boys would wear skirts but only if they were given some kind of exceptional excuse. she took it that men wanted something but were afraid to claim it under the umbrella of their own preferences, and needed to have approval from someone else.

so true! that's why so many men here say things like, "come on women, encourage us.." but iroincally, needing that encouragement is a turn-off for women, who prefer the man to be self-motivated. it isn't the skirt, it's the man wearing it who makes the impression. and thereby lies the rub..
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Well said Iain.
Have a nice Skirted Day :)

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So how did the "Cheerleader" thing go??:confused:
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