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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by rick49, Jan 14, 2014.
I almost got out of the house!
People are so fixated upon my neckbeard it doesn't really matter what I wear. lol
It's amazing what can be concealed under an un-tucked heavy flannel shirt.
Why no, it's always been camo topped with an aging red beard....
Chartreuse and I are FABULOUS!!!
Or even a non-floppy T-shirt.
God help me, I AM starting to look like that.
That is why I posted the pic, I'm getting scared...'cause the only difference between me and him, I don't wear a watch!:laugh:
Who on a gun forum has a "wardrobe"
I have clothes,nothing more.
My ex's had wardrobes
I will definitely admit to being less style-conscious at age 46 (married, 2 kids, beer belly, house in the suburbs), then I was when I was a college student in my 20's. I usually wear what I think will be comfortable and durable. I wear a uniform while working (hospital security), so I really don't need to worry about looking professional.
Ok I bow to the pressure...no more fun stuff...I'll stick with mayhem, blood, guts, and pray for the things I can change while having courage to face the things I can't and no more sissyfied words...less we forget you manly men, some of the fairer sex do read some posts on your forum.
Funny thing about this.
I was looking through my OLD photo album (Polaroids and 70's/80's pictures) and saw a picture of me standing on the roof of my high school (Rebel without a ladder!) and I was wearing a T-Shirt, flannel button up long sleeve shirt and blue jeans.
I looked at that picture, then down at myself. T-Shirt (Check!), flannel button up long sleeve shirt (Check!), Blue jeans (Check!).
It was weird!
Its always been t shirts and jeans for me. I don't even own a tie:laugh: let alone a dress shirt. And as I get older I really don't care what I look like or wear. The wife and kids make fun of me when I wear socks and sandals. Well after wearing boots for 12 hours it is nice to get them off for the drive home from work. Do I really care if someone sees me wearing them hell no...
I really couldn't care less either. Levis and Carhartt shirts. Both on the big side so I can hide my concealed firearm.
It's amazing what buying a house, getting married, and having kids will do for your wardrobe.
Never was concerned with style. Hickory shirts, Carhartt jeans and Danners have been fine for the last 15 years and I don't plan on changing that anytime soon.
t-shirt an jeans have worked for me for nearly sixty years, don't see any reason to change now. I do have a couple of button up shirts that aren't flannel, mostly for marryin and buryin.
Yup but not like that! Since retirement I drink a ting more than I used to at home so the britches will be moving from 38 to 40 if I don't do something about it soon. For some reason shooting twice a week isn't enough exercise!:huh:
+1 on that!
I wear a ghillie suit.. keeps em guessing