The Way He Folds His Pants Just as a person's desk is an analogy with her mind, a man's wardrobe is an analogy with his attitude to life. From how much time he spends on taking care of his clothes in the way he hangs on them, they often show their priorities by treating their laundry. All in all, there are three types of men: messy, organized and quite obsessive.The messy man does not list his wardrobe high on the list of priorities. His clothes are usually not hung but filled in a chest of drawers or thrown over the back of a chair. He refuses to abandon his college days, he considers the "sniff test" a valid assessment of the purity of his chosen attire. His shoes are often nowhere to be found, unless he remembers that he kicked one under the sofa and put one on top of the TV while he was busy in the latest show on the SpeedVision channel. The only hangers that enjoy his memory are the ones he secured the sound of his classic Chevy with and the one he used to unlock his sister's car. This man's only hope of order is his wife. If she is against this lifestyle, and not an active participant, she will spend every waking minute cleaning up this man. She will pick up underwear from the bathroom, pants from the bed and shirts from the living room. Her only pleasure in this is that she must keep the money she finds in her pockets. The messy man looks so busy and too interested in other things to worry about the little things in life. He doesn't feel the need to worry about how his clothes get into his wardrobe, or even that.The organized man treats his clothes with care. He prefers his.