So it's official. I've started wearing men's clothing. I don't get what the big deal is. My outfit today was actually quite unisex-ish. I had on men's skinny jeans that aren't really skinny enough and a man's tshirt that says, "It's funny that you think I'm listening to you.
People were nice to me today, though. They didn't stare overtly which is nice, I guess. Hollister and Abercrombie suck big dick, though. The Buckle was the only store with good customer service. Girls are always nice to me in there. There was a couple of cute guys who were there. I liked the one guy who was the barista at the Starbucks I went to. He was totally gay which is awesome for me if people could see that I'm not female.
I think it's the fact that I have a very baby-ish face. I have very feminine features. Oh well. I think it would help to get my hair cut again. The thing is, I just got it cut a couple of days ago. I can't keep spending money that I don't have on things I don't need.
So I went to this one consignment shop called "Top Shelf." It's a nice place but they are really bitchy about what kind of clothes they take. I brought in the brands that I knew they took, but today they told me that it has to be within a certain time that you've bought them so that they are "in fashion."
So that's why people want to wear clothes from the 80's. Because it was so recent. Now I get it.