How Western North Dakotans Should Dress When Visiting The State Capitol In Bismarck

Western North Dakota is very sparsely populated, with very small towns separated from each other by long distances. Most of these towns have fewer than 2,000 people, with a single grocery store, if they are lucky.

Because the people are so isolated, it is hard for them to know what is going on in the rest of the World. Here are some examples of how Western North Dakotans should dress, if they should visit the State Capitol in Bismarck:

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2 thoughts on “How Western North Dakotans Should Dress When Visiting The State Capitol In Bismarck

  1. That style is too dandy. The overweight men dying from diabeetus and Oakley-jacked-up-diesel-boys would become confused and angry about being told to dress like a homo.

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    1. In reply to Rusty Shackleford,

      I think that from this gentleman’s self-absorbed manner, he most likely doesn’t have any female parasites in his life taking up all of his time, effort, energy, and money.

      If a man were to dress like this in Dickinson, and go to any bar, or Walmart, other men would probably try to start a fight. Can you imagine trying to fight wearing wool trousers pulled up over your stomach, suspenders, vest, and suit jacket? Something would get ripped, it would look ridiculous being so disheveled.

      Better yet, can you imagine this guy being dressed as he is, going to a vintage/antique store to buy another suit of clothes, and at the exact same time, another guy dressed like this shows up and wants the same suit, and they get into a fist-fight, landing ineffective punches, breaking lamps, phonographs, nick-nacks…old time music playing.

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