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Old 11-26-2012, 05:58 AM   #21
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You can pay the money and not wear they Hey look at me I like to be charitable pat my back because im a good human being bracelet. I restate the fact bracelets are the exact opposite of manly. Now if your wife has breast cancer I feel for ya both, but it's still just an advertisement and it only serves to either self backpat or guilt trip and neither is respectable.
Then what is your definition of "manly"? And wearing something you support is an advertisement and is wrong? So I take it you don't wear anything that shows a logo or of your favorite sports team or something since that would be an advertisement
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I wear what I want, and I sure don't have to worry about it being "manly!"
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Then what is your definition of "manly"? And wearing something you support is an advertisement and is wrong? So I take it you don't wear anything that shows a logo or of your favorite sports team or something since that would be an advertisement
Not even close to same thing but nice try. And no I don't. I have, but don't. I guess if you look hard enough you could see the Levis sticker somewhere on my tush. Hahahh

Look don't worry about what I think of you, even though I'm right I'm just a guy on the Internet. Don't feel diminished, your still a "good guy" I'm sure. I just hate humanity, especially the self-serving over-indulgent American type. I'm not good at hiding it.
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Levi Strauss co. is very anti-gun. Wearing their clothes is not manly, BTW!
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Levi Strauss co. is very anti-gun. Wearing their clothes is not manly, BTW!
Didn't know that levi strauss co. was anti gun! Learn something everyday.
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Didn't know that levi strauss co. was anti gun! Learn something everyday.
Who cares. What does it have to do with anything?
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Who cares. What does it have to do with anything?
I care. Nothing.
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Back on subject please gentlemen.

Matal knuckles are illegal in my state as well. Now here is a good way to get around that. Legally. Carry a roll of quarters and some soft, supple (think kid leather), gloves. Driving gloves work good for this purpose. The gloves will protect your knucles, and the roll of quarters will take the give out of your hand. The best part is that I have yet to find a city, state, or nation that has made legal tender illegal. Just some food for thought.

And yes, some men do wear braclets. I have a medic alert braclet tattoed on my right wrist due to my diabeties. It has saved my @ss on more than one occasion. You can't say it ain't manly, I sat through 2 hours of pain to get it there. My "unmanly" jewelery is permanent!
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You can pay the money and not wear they Hey look at me I like to be charitable pat my back because im a good human being bracelet. I restate the fact bracelets are the exact opposite of manly. Now if your wife has breast cancer I feel for ya both, but it's still just an advertisement and it only serves to either self backpat or guilt trip and neither is respectable.
The whole thing about bracelets was brought up in reference to the pretty steel bracelets that the police like to loan people when they ride in the back of a patrol car. Which is exactly what happens in most places when a person is caught with metallic knuckles.
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Real men don't give a damn what other people think, and don't fixate on whats manly or not. They do/wear what they want.
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