I've just read through all of this thread and I think I should venture to other parts of this forum more often. Thoroughly entertaining.
I particularly loved the attempted psychological analysis, such as:
I am not in possession of any fear that "gamers are not attractive to girls". The fact that you read that into my statement is a testament to your own fears.
This guy who built the suit proved what type of guy he was when he posted what he did. When I watched his video I formulated an instant opinion that mirrored what most of the jokes said, that's not a poor reflection on me, that's me being human. It's human nature to ridicule. The bloke might be a really nice guy, good for him that he has a (vaguely-ish) attractive fiance (why did he even post a picture of her?) who shares in his weird hobby. But I couldn't give a shit. The reaction his video has got ranges from "that's cool" to "haha virgin", how did he expect anything else from posting such a youtube video? The wider public generally thinks those kind of hobbies are sad, a waste of time and money, and involve people with minimal social skills. Partly true, partly not. The fact that he got so wound up about a few (obvious) jokes says a lot though.
As for the virginity bit: I lost my virginity when I was 15. Do I think that makes me better than people who lost it when they were 18, 19, 20, or dare I say it, those who still haven't? No, but I used to (in a non-serious way) when I was that age. Thats what lads do and how they think. Now I couldn't give a shit, it's totally irrelevant. Losing your virginity is a right of passage, always has been. What is probably prominent is the corralation between people stereotypically being virgins, having minimal social skills, and having hobbies like wargaming. And you can see why. The fact that people in this, or similar hobbies can also joke about it is a good thing I think.
People criticising others for making jokes and telling them to "grow up" and stuff, seriously, get a life. It baffles me how, in 2013, people still get pissed off or "offended" over such matters when they're probably experienced internet users. If you can't take criticism (justified or not) after posting a video on the internet of you looking like a complete idiot and doing something that the vast majority of people will think is pathetic, then you shouldn't have posted it. If you enjoy what you do and are big enough to ignore the laughs, jokes, and sniggers then just get on with it, I hope you enjoy yourself.
Anyway, there has been absolutley no point in this post. I just wanted to show my appreciation for a highly entertaining twenty minutes or so.
On topic: As for the suit, yeah, I would never want one, wear one, or go anywhere near anyone who had one. If you have one, that's fine, do want you want. I couldn't think of anything worse. Though according to one post earlier on, that makes me jealous because I couldn't make one? Ha.