He has no time for your silly gender roles
Or else he already has a closet full of them, but no shoes to match!
Gender roles are for the lameee
I like my role as a man!
I like mine too, but I also like the freedom of movement the kilt gives me.
A big burly guy I used to work with at the Forest Service would often wear a kilt to work. I thought that was awesome! :)
I just bought me a kilt, but m' boots need tae visit a cobbler.
Scotland is not a real country! You are an Englishman with a dress!
Soldier can't even recognize a skirt.
Pff, all men need a dress. Most just don't know it yet.
I can't even see his shoes.
(Never again, Cancun, never again.)
Is robo more of a dress or a robe?
robo (accusative singular robon, plural roboj, accusative plural robojn)
dress (woman's garment)
I don't need a dress my wardobe is alteady full of them. Please buy me shoes and make me pretty
clOthIng hAs nO gEndEr
Are shoes always plural in esperanto like trousers/pants are in english (but not in esperanto)
No, because it is possible to have a single shoe or a pair of shoes. Pants/trousers are different because they are technically one item, so Esperanto treats them as such.
Ah, I was thinking of dress shoes. I put "he needs shoes, but not dress." Can one also use this sentence for dress shoes?
Li bezonas ŝuojn,
(EXTREMELY long pause which can give the mistaken impression the speaker is done)
sed ne robon.
Mi certas, ke vi ofte aŭdas homojn pauzi dum frazo. It's a natural affair when one is thinking about what they will say next.