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Postby allanlummox » Wed Jul 21, 2004 2:19 pm

Hmm. Just to reduce the "Gosh that was a faggy post" factor...





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Postby rustyslide » Wed Jul 21, 2004 3:03 pm

>Hmm. Just to reduce the "Gosh that was a faggy post"
>factor...

what a hot drag queen!

Call me a traditionalist, but I think bondage just has more class with leather and latex than with plaid.


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Postby grady » Wed Jul 21, 2004 3:14 pm

You know,we had some weird out-dated fads when we were growing up but,these extremely baggy pants that the "brothers" wear has got to
be the most ridiculous fad ever.

I guess the young kids nowadays have got to really stretch it in order to find something that hasn't been done before.

The big thing when I was in school was the Jeans with holes all in them and Big hair.

Ah,those were the good ole days.

Good drugs,Good women,Good Music and great times.

I'm speaking of course of the Reagan era,when EXCESS was the name of the game.

Damn,I'm glad I grew up in those times.
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RE: T Shirts

Postby bluesmcgoo » Wed Jul 21, 2004 4:34 pm

[updated:LAST EDITED ON Jul-21-04 AT 12:35 PM (EST)]>Hmm. Just to reduce the "Gosh that was a faggy post"
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I really didn't have anything to add...just thought Allan's post deserved to be repeated. :)
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Postby grady » Wed Jul 21, 2004 5:05 pm

Definitely!!!
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Postby dfduck » Wed Jul 21, 2004 5:08 pm

Prison bitch pants go just below the knees and are 3 to 5 times too big, for "easy access" as someone else pointed out. The other prison "fashion" the kids seem to think is so cool is full sleeve tatoos.

I guess you can't expect much more out of our youth than to idolize prison convicts when their "heros" are grossly overpaid men, often drug addicts and rapists, playing childrens games.

California seems to be going along with this trend of idolizing convicts. They spend more money each year building bigger and better prisons than they spend on schools.
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RE: T Shirts

Postby grady » Wed Jul 21, 2004 5:29 pm

[updated:LAST EDITED ON Jul-21-04 AT 01:45 PM (EST)]I agree 100% Duck.

and would like to add that a lot of it all has to do with the steady decline of morals in this Country.

Also,the influence of certain genres of music (especially Rap)
doesn't help either.
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Postby rustyslide » Wed Jul 21, 2004 5:30 pm

> I guess you can't expect much more out of our youth than to
>idolize prison convicts when their "heros" are grossly
>overpaid men, often drug addicts and rapists, playing
>childrens games.

yeah! and we have no respect for the elderly either. jerk.

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RE: T Shirts

Postby dfduck » Wed Jul 21, 2004 6:36 pm

Why you call me a jerk I have no idea, but I've been called worse :)
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RE: T Shirts

Postby srvlives » Wed Jul 21, 2004 7:41 pm

>>Hmm. Just to reduce the "Gosh that was a faggy post"
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>>http://www.angelfire.com/nv/wickedgoth/images/L301.jpg
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>post deserved to be repeated. :)

What was the question?

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RE: T Shirts

Postby rustyslide » Wed Jul 21, 2004 9:56 pm

> Why you call me a jerk I have no idea, but I've been
>called worse :)

to reinforce the youth's lack of respect. for the elderly :)

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RE: T Shirts

Postby allanlummox » Wed Jul 21, 2004 11:25 pm

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Postby jeffl » Wed Jul 21, 2004 11:29 pm

The elderly. . .? I'm 52 yrs. old, grey hair, grey beard, and the other day I wuz drivin' into town, getting ready to turn left, and a car coming from the other direction with 2 high school kids in it, was slowing to let me turn in front of them, and when I hesitated, I could read the driver's lips saying, "C'mon Gramps". I thought it was humorous, cuz' I am a grandpa, and I remember how I thought when I was 17. Robert Plant's older than me, and have you seen the way he dresses. . .? He must be packin' a prosthesis down there.
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RE: T Shirts

Postby david » Thu Jul 22, 2004 1:54 am

Every time I see really baggy clothes (which is often when school is in session) I think about getting my last suit. My wife made me get the suit for the interview for my teaching position, just because the one I had was the one I bought for our wedding 20 years earlier.

She took me to this fancy store in Paducah where they have some guy put you in a template of a suit and then take measurements and stick pins all over it. Looks like a good suit ought to fit right the first time, to me.

This sales guy was sort of making me nervous with his demeanor, and the way he kept re-measuring my inseam, like it was going to change since the last time he measured it.

I said something about the pants being way too baggy, as I'm about 6'1" and weigh 150 lbs wet. He put his hand along side his mouth and said (with an honest to God lisp), "Oh, that's the style now."

I told him I really didn't care what the style was, there was enough room in those pants to fit two or three people. Without missing a beat he rolled his eyes back and said, "Oh, don't wish!"

I think that is the last suit I will ever buy. I've left instructions to be cremated when I die, just so no one will be tempted to put me in a suit.
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RE: T Shirts

Postby dfduck » Thu Jul 22, 2004 4:51 am

The last time I can remember wearing a suit I was 13, it was for 8th grade graduation 1969. I don't own a suit. Don't want one. Have no need or use for one.

To me "dressing up" is putting on my least faded jeans, a clean button up shirt, and wipe some dust off my Red Wing boots.
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