Women: do you prefer men with glossy black briefcases or with matt black briefcases?


#1

Discuss.

(In line with the current trend of topics. :p)


#2

LOL!

Neither. I prefer the type who doesn’t wear a suit and tie everyday!


#3

What, no option for a "manbag"?:p


#4

Neither! My husband is not a briefcase-carrying kind of guy at all. He's a solid, funny, down-to-earth, covered-in-grease mechanic, and I love it!:D


#5

What about messenger bags or backpacks.


#6

Come on now, Chev! Some of us have other colors!

Here’s mine:

http://www.bosca.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/360x327/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/8/2/823-ol-1_2_31.jpg


#7

As long as he's wearing a mantilla, I have no preference on the color of his breifcase.


#8

Filled with boring files and papers, or bundles of $100 bills? :D


#9

So would that be a drug dealer or a black market arms dealer? :wink:


#10

Will it cover his knees?

:eek:


#11

You mean by "Chestnut" bag isn't gonna help me snare the ladies? It has to be black?! I spent all that money for a woman-repellent?

http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lhd82dt7pi1qah476o1_500.jpg

I regret nothing. I'd rather have my bag than the woman at this point...:p


#12

It depends on which shoes he is wearing. :wink:


#13

Nope, but I was considering the option, “Real men have their briefcases carried by others.” :stuck_out_tongue:


#14

:stuck_out_tongue:


#15

Our priest carries a basic over-the-shoulder black canvas computer bag all the time. It gives him a bit of a Seminarian look. I call it his Priest Bag of Holding - you wouldn’t believe the stuff he can pull from that thing.


#16

AKA a “murse.” :smiley:


#17

Glossy bags are like patent shoes, once they get scuffed, they look tacky. Matte gets a patina with wear. :thumbsup:


#18

:smiley:


#19

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AKA a "murse." :D

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:rotfl:

Matte gets a patina with wear.

And you can dress it up or down depending on what you are carrying it for:D


#20

Women probably prefer men who can spell words like “matte” :wink:


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