My wife and I got married this past April. Now that we are living together I'm noticing a trend. She puts on cute, sexy, nice things to sleep in every night. I put on an old t-shirt and take my pants off. Done. This can't be a fair exchange and I don't want to look like a slob when I go to bed.

Do you guys have any suggestions for the proper gentleman's attire for bed time? 

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Nothing?  Boxers?  Ask your wife.

JB

That was incredibly useless. Of course I asked her. If you have nothing to offer of value, it's very easy to avoid clicking the "reply" button. Unless of course you feel in necessary to be heard regardless of the quality we're hearing.

Kind of a dick, aren't you?  Don't ask advice, then bitch when you get a straight answer.  You got my answer.  Ask your wife.  She's knows better what she'd like to see you wear to bed.

Hope you leave a better impression on her.


JB

Not going to lie read this and grinned thanks for making my day!

Maybe he should try wearing a personality. 

 What a dick

Nothing but a tool belt filled with lotions so that you can rub her feet.

Clearly I made a mistake thinking the "social" aspect of AoM would be equally insightful as the editorial content. If you read any of the AoM books or posts on honor and respect, you'd realize that satire isn't flattering.

Last time I'll post here. Disappointing.

You're disappointed because you asked a bunch of dudes how to bring sexy back to your boudoir attire, and you got predictable results.

Satire is awesome!

Even if it wasn't satire, satire is still awesome.

I think a straight-from-the-bed evacuation is more likely from fire than earthquake.

The 1906 fire was actually a couple hours after the earthquake and started in the buildings that were OK. I guess the earthquake was at night, and when people got up to make breakfast, the buildings might have been OK, but the gas lines weren't. And, as all the locals know, neither were the water mains.

Scroll back through the forum at all the "what should I get my wife [husband] for Christmas/anniversary?" discussions. Lots of posters don't ask their partners the obvious questions.

What did you expect posting publicly for what you should do with your wife in bed? If your wife doesn't know, why should we? The whole idea of a "gentleman" is it doesn't extend to opinions about what husbands do with their wives, or at least to expressing them.

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