54 thoughts on “Warm Front

  1. Christopher

    He’s been on TV3 for years- he’s a good example of someone whose clothes wear them.

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      Yeah. It’s like when you see guys at weddings stuffed into suits they’re not used to wearing.

      1. Doood

        It’s the hands stuffed in pockets and absolute refusal to close top shirt button and put a proper knot in their tie which completes the look.
        For added bonus points: cheap shoes, preferably worn out on the piss many times and greyish in complexion due to lack of polish in their life

      2. mildred st. meadowlark

        Sounds like my dearest manwife.

        Hasn’t a clue how to dress himself. If it isn’t made of jeans and some sort of woolen jumper, then it’s not worth wearing, apparently.

        I wear the suits in our house.

        1. Joxer

          brown brogues with blue suit seems to be pretty much the uniform of business for the office clerks and what not. Gabhal looking so it is. and not forgetting for the older gent – the concertina effect to the bottom of the trousers and the swamped look of the over big jacket.

          irish men you gotta love them…but in the main shii-te dressers!

        2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          Other way round in our gaff. Manwife loves the threads. I dress like a children’s tv presenter.

          1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            I never heard it before but I jumped on that bandwagon as fast as I could.

          2. mildred st. meadowlark

            I made it up on the spot. My only excuse is that I’m giddy after an appalling amount of ice cream.

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          Just means they’re not comfortable in their clothes and look like it.

          1. Frilly Keane

            Sur that’s nearly all ov’us so
            Well anyone that’s has ta’suit n’boot up
            For work like

          2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            I guess. I’ve no problem with wearing a suit: makes life easy in some ways as it cuts out any decision-making in the morning.

  2. bertie "The Inexplicable Pleasure" blenkinsop

    All false modesty aside, I’m always well turned out but this chap is too well groomed.

  3. Jam

    What a boring and pointless post. Is broadsheet reduced to posting screen shots of attractive people seen on tv now?

  4. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    Looking the way he likes and liking the way he looks.
    No harm in it.

  5. Henry Woods

    The Broadsheet needs a Weather presenter.
    I will do it.

    It’s quare warm out bedejaysis, mind yerselfs.
    Get icycreams, sunklasses and stay in deshade.

  6. chequenrays

    Clicked into the comments wondering how long it would take someone to say – “imagine this was an attractive woman instead of a man, the uproar there would be at this facile, shallow post. The double standards!”

    I’m quite surprised nobody has said that yet. Regardless of the fact that Gavin does admit he’s objectifying.

    1. mildred st. meadowlark

      Perhaps we’re all in a state of delirium – owing to the spate of gorgeous weather.

        1. Jam

          And yet you still posted about the tendancy. Does saying your doing something give you carte Blanche to go ahead and do it?

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