Monday, January 19, 2009

Do I Have To Do That To be a Gentleman?

Do I have to wear well ironed suit, ties and clean black shoes to be a gentlemen? Hell no! Am not among those who wear suits and ties, who keep their hair well combed and who speaks softly. If according to you, that’s what makes me a gentleman, then, am so sorry, I better not be a gentleman. I have never considered suits, ties, well combed hair, soft vocals, and sentences full of thank you, necessary to make me a gentleman.

I don’t deny that am not a gentleman. I am a gentleman, I care for other fellow humans and try my best to do good thing to other fellow human beings. But I have never considered suits, ties and so on to make me look like a gentleman. Many of you would not agree with me, but why I hate suited people is, they try to hide their imperfections by wear suits and ties.

To me a real gentleman is one who is being himself, not trying to hide who he is and being helpful to people around him. I have seen many so-called gentlemen at the best behavior and manner while he is with the world, but a disgusting devil inside. Unfortunately, these kinds of people are tagged by the world as the real example of gentlemen that we all should follow.

I love wearing black t-shirts with pictures of my favorite bands (I have only t-shirts with my favorite bands) and torn jeans. I don’t like to comb my hair, but I try my best to keep it as clean as I can. I talk very straight forward on what I believe, not diplomatic like those suited gentlemen. If I don’t like something I say it straight away. I also treat women with respect, unlike those many suited gentlemen who keep chains of mistress who are old enough to be their grand daughters. I never feel the need to open doors for the female gender because I don’t find it necessary. Because we are all blessed with two hands to do our own work. But if someone has his/hers hands full, I don’t mind opening the door for them plus giving them a hand. I also don’t mind giving up my seat to seniors and women when am in a bus or in a train.

Even though I have stated being yourself, but this does not includes farting and Burping in public. I love to fart and burp, but I enjoy it when am alone. It’s an entertainment that I don’t want to share when am in public. But whenever am alone, I take full advantage of it. Am sure none can deny that they don’t enjoy this.

I like heavy metal, black band t-shirts, torn jeans and long hair, if it does not makes me a gentleman then I don’t want to be a part of that! You can happily get lost in your world of hypocrisy!

8 comments:

  1. Suits are out of style anyway. You fit in with most of the rest of the population. These days we wear jeans to work, and that's at a law firm. Times have changed.

    Thanks for checking out my blog today.

    Morgan Mandel
    http://morganmandel.blogspot.com

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  2. Got to agree with you dude!

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  3. Clothes do not make a person, deeds and actions do.

    Go out and enjoy Martin Luther King Day and make it good day.

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  4. I agree with you 110%. Go with the flow is not the way to go.

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  6. Thanks for your comment on my blog, can´t agree more with you on what defines a gentleman. =) Have a safe trip to India, hope to go there myself some day!

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  7. Just be yourself! ;)

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