Perfect for the man in your life – your husband, your boyfriend, your lover – I am sure they will be thrilled. The designer recommends wearing on the beach: “you will look eccentric and attract attention“.
Before you go any further, let this be fair warning that the image lurking behind the covered package is not safe for work, little one’s eyes or pretty much anywhere! Any ocular trauma that occurs is not the fault of WNTC. Now pass the brain bleach, this one has left a nasty burn on my brain that I can’t seem to get rid of!
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Many thanks to Jo, one of our readers, who sent this link in as a comment to our previous post about man thongs – we decided it was worthy of its own post!
Be careful what type of yarn you use though – certain blends could be itchy or cause some chafing! And if any men are reading this, would you know your woman (or man if you prefer) cared if s/he made one of these for you? I particularly like the thunderbolt don’t you? At least it’s shown on a mannequin and not a real person so we wouldn’t have to pass around the eye bleach!
Oh, come on… this isn’t even considered a crochet pattern. Lionbrand has gone a tad too far on this one… their instructions say to use a crochet hook to apply the fringe to the jeans. “Using” a crochet hook to pull strands of yarn through to make fringe is NOT a crochet pattern. DUH!!
This one really makes you wonder… Lionbrand will come up with anything and call it a “pattern” so all those who really love Lionbrand will use their yarn. Pulling pieces of yarn through “netting” that’s glued, yes, glued to the sides of your jeans does not make it a crochet pattern.
You can’t help but shake your head on this one… just how stupid do they think people are? And besides that, unless you’re a cowgirl or a cowboy, why the fringe on jeans?!?
Fug photo submitted to WNTC by JJ from Domesticated.
Avert your eyes everyone!
The mancho seems to be out there far and wide! This model’s strategy seems to be to smile BIG and WIDE and put his hand on his hip to try to distract us from the fact that he’s wearing a carpet…and make us believe he’s
hot and sexy…
Nice try anyways…no matter how cute you are, we can still see what you’re wearing!
Anything even remotely resembling a blanket worn by a man as a “fashion” has to be banned…just what exactly is a mancho anyways? A derivative of the poncho? Okay, please people, this is not a good style for any man…do you want your man to feel even less masculine? Cool, I know I do…so great, let’s make him a mancho! And matching manchos/ponchos, whatever, please, don’t even get me started..and the fact that his is “green” and her’s is “purple”…does that make it manlier? I’ll let you decide. The fact that he’s hiding behind the woman should give you an indication of its appeal…poor guy…hope they paid him well to model this!