thanks for the comments, definitely hear the concern there dear readers. :)
I'm extremely conscious about balancing on that fine line between wearing clothes that a college kid would wear versus an adult versus a muscled up gay dude living the circuit party life. ha, I can get away with some looks not with others. I quit wearing the fitted tighty shirts a while back thinking, ok no reason to try that hard to show it off. and of course I never shop Hollister type clothes, I mean huge older muscle circuit guys with required tattoos all over can pull it off in groups MAYBE, but not for Dan. I am working on developing my own style regardless of age or trend. And was just thinking the same yesterday about what's trend or what's classic. For example the black and grey basic turtlenecks I want at Uniqlo for $12 are something I can wear and layer as filler clothes in my wardrobe with a lot of looks. The printed hoodie though had a native American design.-- the whole Navajo print is a real trend right now, and one I gave consideration to whether I'd purchase it or not(I already have the hoodie sweater from last winter here), and really it's a sort of trend I thought I really liked and said yeah, embrace it! thus the Deisel shirt. anyway, hope that clears it up. yes I'm extremely sensitive of just that point of view. thanks seriously for all comment, love to hear it all.
btw about the Diesel store, I had some flashbacks to working on base overseas, there were a couple guys in there older French sort all muscled up and trying on clothes and this one guy. oh my. had on this tight v neck t shirt with some hair on the chest and pecs bulging. whoah. just love a hot muscled up military French guy with some hair loss and looking HOT. ha
also got to say once I was in Grand Central, I kept noticing guys thinking " Man that's a tall drink of water!" whoah. so good to get out of OKC and all the same people I see every day and start noticing all the different sorts out there. loving it! btw, the guy from Wall Street I went out with two years ago while here contacted me on a social network after noticing I was here in town. sweet maybe get to see him again.
-- Un mas cosa... I don't lean on my parents for anything other than love and support. I happened to be a mile away from their place and so they helped me out getting a tow to my truck etc.. I will most likely have a Mexican mechanic buddy of mine do the work at a very good price on my truck.
-- oh yeah, anonymous. thanks tons for the truck advice. I love hearing it. You got me all inspired. I will email you back when I get a chance. I've read every word and thanks again.