i wear an Avenged sevenfold hoodie and i've put a coulpe buttons on the pockets i have a Grr and Gaz buttons,some geeky World of warcraft buttons, some Halo buttons and some Suburban legend buttons is that ok or should i take the buttons off?
MummuM answered Monday December 4 2006, 4:04 am: Do you like the buttons on your hoodie? If so, leave them there. Don't change the way you dress because you're scared someone might not like it. Do your own thing and be yourself. If dressing like that makes you happy, then keep doing it. [ MummuM's advice column | Ask MummuM A Question ]
MelLeDisko answered Monday December 4 2006, 2:51 am: I don't know if you mean buttons or pins, but it doesn't really matter. Whatever you want to put on your hoodie, you should put on your hoodie. Who cares if some people think it's out there or don't like it. That's their problem, and they don't HAVE to look at your hoodie. [ MelLeDisko's advice column | Ask MelLeDisko A Question ]
TEENAGExHEARTS answered Monday December 4 2006, 1:32 am: do you mean pins? or actually buttons? well i guess it doesn't really matter. its your hoodie and your style. if you like it then that is all that matters. personally i don't think that many people will notice it much and even if they do i really doubt they will talk to all of their friends about you putting buttons on your hoodie. haha [ TEENAGExHEARTS's advice column | Ask TEENAGExHEARTS A Question ]
ductape_n_roses answered Monday December 4 2006, 1:13 am: Dude, it's perfectly fine..why shouldn't you? You're allowed to put whatever you want on your hoodie..so don't worry about it. MY guy friend has several buttons on his jacket collar and my other guy friend has 209348 buttons on his backpack..and no they're not gay
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