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December 31, 2012


Why do american people wear hats at home?

And WTF is wrong with people wearing this beanie hats during the summer time or at home?…

That just makes no sense to me.

Also, why lots of those guys wear that girly hairstyles?
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firebird145 Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
As a guy who lives in California, I can easily answer this.

You got to styles here 
two people who have hats with lids

then you got the people who wear the beanies.

Mexican teenagers and very skinny white males usually where the hats.

As for the beanie, a very small genre of people where those but we still do. (Mostly Stoners)

(I don't  want to sound like an ass but its true.)

These people in these pictures are "lo- lifes" or are from a low class neighborhood.
These people would rather smoke weed with friends rather going to school.

In Cal/ Los Angeles there is a lot of this. Very expensiveness clothing that people think if they buy they will look important.
Its basically a style for lower class people and the ghetto.

I see you sometimes write in Russian so if you can understand English. Here is a video of what these people are like.…
Pa-Go Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks man. That's a good explanation. Yeah I speak english and understand it perfectly. But I have a hard time with understanding ebonics. I get only 50% of what this guy in music video was talking about. But it's good thou.
firebird145 Featured By Owner Edited Oct 2, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well if you'd like I can just some up the music video.

First guy= A person who thinks is better than everyone and expects to be rich and famous without contributing to anything. Someone who has no ambitions in life and doesn't try to do anything, but hanging out with friends.

Girls= They want a guy who treats them right. But have sex every other night. 

Black guy= Represents a ghetto person, and isn't trying to succeed in life. Only trying to earn respect by his peers by doing anything necessary.

Yeah California is filled with these people. I'm not proud of it. But its good to see you experiencing new culture, whatever it may be. :)
Pa-Go Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
I understand the whole plot of the video. And I searched the lyrics of this song later and read it. But thanks anyway =)
firebird145 Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
no prob
dannysuling Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
One might well ask: why do you shave your head, instead of letting your hair be displayed as it was meant to? But of course your answer is probably going to be something like "Because I want to!" or "Because somebody is forcing me to." I hope it's the first, not the second. People from all cultures around the world wear what they wear for lots and lots of different reasons, but mostly because within their culture that's what they feel comfortable with. Or, sometimes, because they want to make a statement to point out something about the culture they wish to make public. People wore long hair in the late '60s and '70s because it was a sign of the counter culture, and because the Beatles looked cool when they did it first. Today it's not so much the style, but some men still wear long hair. Who is to say they shouldn't?

As for what's "girlie".... Hmmm.... Sounds like a value judgment on your part. I'm pretty sure one doesn't have to shave one's head to prove one is a man. In fact, why should any male have to prove to you why he is a man?

In any case, as Freud said, "Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar."

The trick is to know when to smoke it....

Pa-Go Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
About my hair. I shave it in summer time. Becouse it's too hot outside and I don't want to get my brains boiled.

About "girlie hairstyle". It's not about how long hair is. It's about the way it's cut. Some hairstyles was designed to make woman look more femine. And for some reason those hairstyles bacame popular in teen fashion. For some reason some young man want to look more femine. I'm not judging that's just how it actually looks.

So the question is "why you want to look like a girl?"
dannysuling Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Again, the notion of "look like a girl" is entirely cultural. There are many cultures in the world where male hairstyles do not look like those of western men. And especially in today's globalized world, all of us need to be more accepting of cultural differences that enrich us all. This includes notions of what is "appropriately" male vs. "appropriately" female. Old traditional western notions of what a man should look and behave like are changing fast, and who knows whether such changes will ultimately be easy or hard, comfortable or scary. But one thing we can all be sure of, and that is that change will happen.

It's said that "The only person who likes change is a baby in a wet diaper." True that. But then, sooner or later we're all toilet trained!
Pa-Go Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
"all of us need to be more accepting of cultural differences that enrich us all"

Nope. I'm not planing to accept something like that.…

Some cultural traditions support killing people of different culture and religion. Also stealin planes and blow shit up.

But still, that's not the point. I just asked why some young man wear female hairstyles? That's all.
dannysuling Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You asked, and I answered. You don't seem to like the answer, which I sort of expected. But that doesn't make the answer wrong. It has nothing to do with your notion of "cultural differences" as equivalent to terrorism. But the very question you asked before, and are asking again, using the words you've chosen to use, seems to suggest any or all of the following:

a) you possibly haven't traveled enough, or you live in a very homogeneous environment, so you haven't really encountered the wide range of humanity – how people around the world look, act, dress, think differently;
b) you might be a bit naive or self-centered, in believing that there's only one way to look, act, dress, or think – and that way is your way;
c) you might harbor some prejudices that are getting in the way of seeing people as both similar to and different from you in ways that enrich us all (such as whether a hairstyle is "male" or "female");
d) you are confusing multiculturalism with "values relativism," which is understandable, I suppose, but confusing those two things is very very dangerous, for all of us. It leads us to assume that Culture 1 is better than Culture 2 in all ways, because we reject Culture 2 in one way (such as support for terrorism).

Of course, none of the above might be true of you. After all, I don't know you and can't really make any assumptions. But what you have said here, and how you say it (allowing perhaps that English might not be your native language) raise these kinds of concerns. And if any of them ARE true of you, then the situation can be remedied if you really want it to. I hope you'll decide to open yourself up to humanity. Some people are nasty, for sure, but most people are good to get to know. I'm betting that you're one of the people who might be good to get to know....
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