Yes. But not in a rude way and not with everything I don't like. My husband has a tacky Hooter's shirt and prefers traditional tighty whities. I don't really like them but I've never said anything because - big deal, who cares?<br />
But for a while he was wearing a pair of jeans with a huge rip right around his butt cheek and going out in shirts with paint stains on them and little holes ripped here and there. I told him I wanted him to get some better things and we corrected it.<br />
Likewise, he's made it well known to me that he doesn't want me to get more piercings and dress "scary", but he doesn't stop me from wearing things like my spiky skull necklace or my leather studded jacket. <br />
It's about compromise. You do represent the person you're with but you're still an individual.
If she asked, I'd be honest. But not likely to bring it up unless it's particularly horrendous
i think i will love him for his quirky taste...and wont try to change him.
hell yes!! but if they lok funny, ill wait for the day to get over ;p
Depends, is it just a style thing or are they covered in dirt and looking like someone took a flame-thrower to their hair.