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Man Bag, Anyone?

Just a simple question that popped into my head (much like everything else that is in my head, anyway) when I was watching a Korean drama (surprise, surprise!). Guys, would you, under normal circumstances (read: without a gun to your head), carry a man-bag?

One of my favorite pretty-boy Korean actors do and I am having trouble (grit teeth) sleeping because of this. Why oh whyyyyyyy??? I don’t carry a handbag, my dear darlin’ boy. I mean, if I went out with this guy, he would make me feel and even look like the man between the two of us! 

Anyhoo, maybe it’s just me, I’m thinking cause one friend of mine actually digs man-bags. Says it’s convenient and all. And besides, even stars carry them. Like how women carry small, trendy, glittering purses to dinners. (gaggggg!!!!)

Footballers carry man bags, for crissakes, so maybe it’s OK after all.

So, I don’t know. Maybe it’s me. If you are a guy, would YOU carry a man-bag now that you know someone as cool (and quite straight) as Ronaldo carries one?

Please help clear my head…and save my deeply-troubled soul. 


Anonymous said…
Ehem..My 2 beloved Big brothers do carry Man Bag.;) Either the sling bag or the dinner bag wherever they go..LOL. Imagine a good looking 6 footer hunk carrying dinner bag around ?? Well,they beat me to it.Fashion mah and the in trend lor;) JBabe
Marsha M said…
AHAH! There you go!! See? I don't get it. My friend and an unnamed-family-member does the same too and I am like....head bursting! Yeah, the family member wears the sling over one and...gulps...
missyblurkit said…
its great when men carry bags rather than stuffing everything into their buldging pockets or leaving things behind for us to pick up after them:D
Marsha M said…
ok, confirmed. the problem is me then. hahahaha

i gonna trynna live with it. =)))

still ackkkkk
Shawn Tan said…
i've been carrying a sling bag for years now... very convenient..
Marsha M said…
Shawn, maybe a sling bag not that bag lar but look at the one Ronaldo is kepit-ing under his armpit. is that OK for men?

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