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dbzeag

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So a friend of mine and I were thinking about going to the International Mr. Leather Memorial Day 2012.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Mr._Leather

http://www.imrl.com/

Unfortunately I do not own any leather goods. Yes, Sarc, this is the stuff you imagine gay people have in their closets when they say they are gay. I am talking about harnesses, chaps, the lot. the problem is I have no idea what to pick out. For those of you that know me or have seen me, what do you recommend?

For those of you without a place to start:

https://www.blackhawkleather.com < local store with an online store front. Surprisingly cheap

http://www.mr-s-leather.com/

http://www.rob.eu/amsterdam/

http://www.forttroff.com/

Of course all of those links are NSFW but that should go without saying.

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Any ideas guys? Most things are not off the table, for instance leather thongs, vests, etc. It isn't for almost another year, but if you notice the prices, I need some time to save up.
 

ZRH

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Salvage value of used BDSM gear is probably crap and they don't qualify as capital assets unless you change careers.

(lol serios reply)
 
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ZRH

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You could always rub yourself on a cow to get that fresh leather scent, too.
Here is a question that will
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If cows/heifers are female, bulls/steers are male, what is the non-gender specific non-plural word for cattle (cattle is a group noun btw)?
 

ZRH

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Bovine is from latin 'bovinus' which is an adjective, i.e. a description (bos is the latin word for cow/bull). In english bovine as a noun doesn't exclusively refer to domesticated cattle it refers to the entire family Bovinae, including bison, buffalo, eland, antelope, yak.

Technically the answer is
There is no word in modern English. The closest is "beast" or "beef critter" both of which are archaic. Ox or oxen is acceptable in some places but it now exclusively refers cattle used for draft purposes.
 

ZRH

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if everyone calls it a cow... it's a cow. simple as that. culture defines it's communication, language evolves, some rules and vocabulary become archaic.
You used semantic to mean trivial. Don't try to get out of it.

I'm also very sure that anyone involved with the $50 billion dairy industry makes a distinction between beef cattle and dairy cows.
 

DJBrenton

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Oddly it's normally a 'head of cattle'. I can't think of anything else ( not that I've thought about it) where something is first a group then a part of the group like that.