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The last time I wore a skirt was not as liberating or exciting as it could have been. I'd lost a drinking game and had been given the task of running from the bar, across the road and back again whilst wearing a friends clothes as a forfeit.

Easy, I thought. I hadn't reckoned on them getting every person in the pub to block my way back to the bar whilst I was outside. I had to FIGHT my way through. And I'm not much of a fighter.

Your own thoughts on cross dressing for fun, pleasure or profit are most welcome.

(, Thu 15 Mar 2007, 15:05)
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So, last night my bf was complaining that his legs were too hairy, and jokingly asked if I'd shave them for him.

So I got him in the shower and got started.

Ye gods guys, you have so much hair on your legs.

After I'd finished one side, he pissed me off by saying his shaved leg looked better than mine.

So I got out of the shower, taking all the razors with me. He had to hop out eventually and get dried.

He's still got one shaved leg and one hairy leg :o)

F x

(nothing to do with cross-dressing, but still more on-topic than some of the stories posted)
(, Thu 22 Mar 2007, 12:02, Reply)
Mental health?
My Dad is pathologically unable to accept help from anyone. He's so proud, he refuses to admit he's in serious financial trouble and losing his family because he acts like a twelve year old.

I think he needs counselling, but would he take it?

(This might be unfunny, but at least it's not another shit crossdressing joke.)
(, Thu 22 Mar 2007, 11:36, Reply)
more fothermucker
I worked with a guy who was an alcoholic. He would turn up (late) in the same clothes he had passed out in, reeking of smoke and booze and covered in suspect stains. He stayed in the same clothes for four days once, sleeping on the floor just inside his front door, and drove to work each morning. I heard he had a mental breakdown.
(, Thu 22 Mar 2007, 11:07, Reply)
I've had Apeloverage on ignore for ages and I suggest you do the same. it makes reading the QOTW a joyous pleasure once again....
(, Thu 22 Mar 2007, 10:41, Reply)
Fothermuckers Thread
OK, Firts Post WOO
I work in Mental Health so they are all weird...in a nice way (generally)
(, Thu 22 Mar 2007, 10:25, Reply)
Cross dressing, you say?...
...I may be gay, but I'm not that fucking gay. I think it's the fancy dress thing again for me linky.

It's been suggested that I wear a Kilt on occasion. Tempting just for the fun of it, but I'm not even a bit Scottish as far as I'm aware, so it seems like I'd be cheapening the meaning of a national costume that holds no small meaning for the nation in question. Disrespectful, so not on. And boy-shorts? I'm extremely grateful that this is the first time I've heard of them - I guess I just wasn't brought up posh enough - but fuck, they should be classed as child abuse lol.

There's a fair few handbags flying about on here this week isn't there? Don't make me get out the naughty stick*, boys and girls - play nice.

Oh, and I'm back - {waves} hello :)

* And no, I don't mean the one I'd keep under my Kilt, if I wore one :)
(, Thu 22 Mar 2007, 10:10, Reply)
*WARNING* I did once at a party...
It was my undoing. Photogrpahs were taken. Newspapers were contacted. Pictures were published. Jobs were lost. A cute dutch girl liked it. Mother thought the colour was wrong.
Learnt my lesson. Will not wear red again.
(, Thu 22 Mar 2007, 9:11, Reply)
You have the audacity to say how much you hate this QOTW, and then turn to Harry Potter..........

Hahahahahahaha! /nelson muntz
(, Thu 22 Mar 2007, 6:43, Reply)
You know, if my little brother ends up straight, it'll be a real case for "nature over nurture."
He's now 12, but in hos formative years, my three sisters and I have put him in pink frilly dresses, not to metion a good slathering of makeup, way too many times. I can just see him in another 12 years... here's my vision:

I see a very pink club. I see a lot of sweaty, topless men. I hear a thumping beat. I lookaround and see, on the stage, my little brother, in (you guessed it) a pink frilly dress. he's sitting on a stoll. He opens his mouth, but i only hear Gloria Gaynor... "at first i was afraid, i was petrified..."

Oh well. :p
(, Thu 22 Mar 2007, 5:11, Reply)
Boring QOTW??
What's more boring are long stories with no paragraph breaks.

I like most of the long stories.

But when I see no paragraph breaks, I usually go to the next one.

Otherwise my eyes water and I get cross if I'm trying to dress & read.
(, Thu 22 Mar 2007, 4:37, Reply)
Blah blah blah

saying that I've always wanted to get into womens knickers.......

bahdum tish....
(, Thu 22 Mar 2007, 0:27, Reply)
Mr. Stingray...
Managed to successfully piss me off a few months back. So I stopped doing his laundry for a bit.

We work different hours, so he isn't always around when I get back from the office. I'd had a long, irritating day at work, & decided that an evening to myself was the perfect opportunity to laze around in my pyjamas/underwear.

I went to get out my favourite pink satin vest-top-thingy & hotpant combo, & was most confused as to why the hotpants weren't where they should be. In fact, I'm the sort of person who *hates* not being able to find things. So I turned the entire house upside down looking. No joy.

Fast forward a few hours, hubby dearest gets home from work, & I take him into the bedroom for a spot of 'marital relations'. All is going well, until I unzip his fly to reveal... my missing pink satin hotpants. Kinda killed the mood a bit.

Turns out the lazy fucker wasn't wearing them out of curiousity (allegedly!), but because he had run out of clean boxers & couldn't be arsed to figure out how the washing machine worked. Nice.
(, Thu 22 Mar 2007, 0:08, Reply)
I do ignore him so no problem here, I just wish he'd post more insightful stuff instead of whimsical crap I might have found funny in the SU bar 11 years ago.

That's excusable, but to address every criticism with a "I regularly get in the best of QOTW, ergo I'm funny" attitude grates somewhat, after all if you shoot a blunderbuss at a close enough target you're bound to hit it, no?
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 23:21, Reply)
Christ almighty leave the guy alone - if you dont like his stuff, just ignore it. Its really not hard.
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 22:56, Reply)
Worst QOTW ever!
Maybe cos I'm a girl cross dressing doesn't have the same shock value.

Ooh I'm wearing trousers(!) \o/


Let's play a better game. What does the spunk of fictional characters taste like?

HP first
Dumbledore- parma violets and wisdom
Snape- regret
Weasleys- red apples and courage

etc, etc.
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 22:14, Reply)
Reality check on line 1?

Uh - I guess, on topic, some of my pants look not unlike some girl's boy-shorts....

Not silk though.
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 18:38, Reply)
Couple o' weeks...
I'll be entering in the 'alternative carnival queen' compo at the Purton Carnival.
I've got my cocktail dress all set out.
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 18:20, Reply)
RE: message below

what do you mean? I haven't complained about the topic.
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 18:00, Reply)
you (i.e. apewankerage et al.) don't like the question, or the answers, then don't read them, and, better yet, don't post. YOU ARE NOT IMPROVING ANYTHING. You are just turning the QOTW board into a week-by-week vomitorium.

Edit: re message above: you constantly pollute the QOTW with drivel; you mean it's because you like the topic?

Edit2: and it's not just ape; it's all you idiots an your "clever" remarks. It's irritaiting, and is much more likely to ruin a QOTW than improve it.
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 17:36, Reply)
I dressed as my mum once
Then I looked at the suggestions page for QOTW, submitted by users, and found hundreds of more interesting topics than this one. That made me cross.
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 16:48, Reply)
* Oh, and one called "complete cunt" where when someone clicks it an icon of Apeloverage appears.

Well fair enough - given that some people on this forum seem ridiculously obsessed with me.
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 15:54, Reply)
Excellenet point about men being more suited to dresses. I'm fed up of getting Betty Swollocks at work. But I work at a caravan site and as hard as I pretend to be, I'd have the shit kicked out of me rather damn quickly.

But I really am quite fed up of Testicles bathing in my own heat induced juices. so you know, swings and roundabouts eh..
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 15:34, Reply)
Oh yes
The barrel gets scraped just one last time, ready..

One of my favourite pastimes is stroking impure matter.

I'm a dross caresser.

Christ I'm bored, and to the person who says get a life. We have lives thank you muchly, just not during the hours of 9-5.
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 15:29, Reply)
Just a thought!
Instead of you lot all sitting here waiting for the qotw to change so you can make up more crap jokes, why don't you go out and get a life.

Men have absolutly no patience.
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 14:24, Reply)
Those fucking bitches...
I was about 8 or so when during the Carnival season (a.k.a. Fat Tuesday or Mardi Gras - celebrated in some countries in merry old Europe and during which people dress up just like it’s Halloween) it was decided that the best costume I could wear that year was an antique children’s uniform from a highly reputed military school – simply because the uniform was genuine and I was small enough to wear it.
Now, that school was for boys only and it happens that I am not a boy. More even, I was a girl at the age when all children are mean and cruel. So when I was proudly joining my playmates bearing my very smart uniform and my very smart cap, the girls (probably envious of my super cool costume) decided I looked very silly and said I could not play with them unless I wore a different costume.
Immediately I ran home and grabbed the flashiest dress I could find, quickly ditching the uniform and cap and replacing it with pink frills and pigtails.
When I got near the girls again I noticed some weird snickers but none of them said a word and I was ignorant of the collective joke until I got home and looked in the mirror. Looking back at me I saw a rosy cheeked girl in pigtails and pink frills still wearing a curly brown moustache my sister had drawn on my upper lip with a felt pen for my role of a dashing young officer…
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 12:55, Reply)
trying to get the first post on the new QOTW is going to have to be trying to post at 00:01 tomorrow morning, I think.

This is going to be the fastest disappearing QOTW since they began.

I once put on a pair of my mum's shoes as a laugh with my mates when I was about 9. They made me fall off my skateboard. Lesson learned.
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 11:45, Reply)
I'm sort of cross dressed right now, does that count?
Wearing a pair of size 16 boot fit Levis, with lycra (they're way more flattering to the legs than many men's jeans) and sporting shaved arms. The rest of me is noticeably male.

I don't tend to go for dresses - it's really not my sort of thing. I do however like nail varnish, and glitter. This gathers attention, some of it from people checking me out but pretending they're not, some compliments and some outright arseholes from which I gain immense pleasure from telling them that I feel 'more comfortable in nail varnish' and not giving them any excuse to try and punch me, which winds them up no end.

Yes, I do like women quite a lot. Plus some men too..

Any form of cross dressing does tend to polarise opinion though. People either somewhat like or dislike it; in my experience it's not a particularly effective pulling tool, although that's not why I dress that way - YMMV. I suspect there's a very large difference in many cases between someone who does it as a bit of fun, to someone who does it regularly and on a serious basis..

Some women don't react well to you being better at putting on makeup or wearing clothes than them..

Men wearing women's underwear is fairly wrong though. M&S and others sell nice, non tacky, silky mens pants if you want that and they're designed to be properly supportive.
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 11:37, Reply)
Drunk. GF's clothes. Fancy Dress.
Blah blah.

Next QOTW. Now. Please.
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 11:13, Reply)
Treasure Hunt reminds me of
my last day at Sixth Form.

We had a list of things to get including the Principal's tie and some chemicals from the chemistry lab that kind of thing. However, one of the items requested was a "First year's bra" (that's first year sixth former, btw) which might have proved problematic were it not for the intervention of Katherine, a first year of my acquaintance.

Katherine was sturdily built and her matronly frontage resembled a dead heat in a Zeppelin race. She read through my list, handed me back the piece of paper and in the middle of the college concourse reached into her T shirt and after some brief shuffling handed me her brassiere on the vague condition that she got it back at some point.

This thing was constructed like the Humber Bridge and was scarily weighty even when empty. I recall walking toward my fellow Scavenger Hunt team members with the bra in my hand noting that it was still warm...

How Katherine coped without extensive support for the remainder of the day I'll never know.
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 10:32, Reply)
why do women wear skirts and men wear trousers?

I mean, really, men would be more suited to skirts; what with the more natural ventilation and space. Also, our legs wouldn't get as cold seeing as we have more hair.

Women however, seeing as they have less hair and a smaller need for space 'down south', would be more suited to trousers surely?

Then again; men wearing skirts risks glimpses of things that would cause most people to gag, whereas looking at a fine lady's legs in a skirt is a great sight to behold.

Just a thought.

Also: mongthemerciless; Why have a cunt button if it causes an image of a cock to appear next to someones name? Surely it should be a cock button or a picture of a cunt?
(, Wed 21 Mar 2007, 10:21, Reply)

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