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Yikes, who is your vote for worst dressed at Augusta. My #1 is Ricky Barnes. He looks like an auto mechanic trying to dress up. He needs help.
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Yikes, who is your vote for worst dressed at Augusta. My #1 is Ricky Barnes. He looks like an auto mechanic trying to dress up. He needs help.

Who was Jack Nicklaus' caddie this morning. I wonder what they were wearing under their coveralls. I apolgize profusely if they're under 18.

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Guys who critique how other guys are dressed definately have a little too much cream in their coffee.

okay girls! then we can do mannies and peddies! who wants to braid my hair?

Nah, there's nothing wrong with wanting the guys to be well dressed and classy looking, I mean, I've definitely said on past occasions that Phil's shirt was too tight. I don't think there's a problem as long as it's not taken to extremes where it sounds like a bunch of gossipy women dogging out some other girl at the office.

There definitely is a point where i draw the line and say the same things you guys say though. As long as no one starts sounding like this guy
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Yikes, who is your vote for worst dressed at Augusta. My #1 is Ricky Barnes. He looks like an auto mechanic trying to dress up. He needs help.

Are you implying that Automotive Mechanics are incapable of dressing up or are you insinuating that Automotive Mechanics are a bunch of deadheads that don't know Versace from Vuitton?

Guys who critique how other guys are dressed definately have a little too much cream in their coffee.

okay girls! then we can do mannies and peddies! who wants to braid my hair?

Sounds like you need to check your manhood if you cant handle discussing what other guys wear, if the topic makes you uncomfortable, then go talk about hunting or fishing (not that there's anything wrong with that)

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I'd say a good majority of the PGA guys have a very bad sense of style. I think AK (minus the belt buckles), Justin Leonard and Paul Casey have it right. Somewhat conservative, but with a bit of contemporary design quality. Coincidentally all on Nike staff. I think Nike makes shirts and pants that just fit and look nice. I've been building a collection of the shirts.

Poulter looks like an idiot

Yeah, he makes some really bad decisions. The guy has his clothes tailored specifically for him too, yes? The colors and paterns he chooses are just wrong. Let alone with the fit he goes for.

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I noticed Poulter today too. The shoes are particularly what caught my attention. They had some weird, toothpaste green color going on. That combined with the pants he was sporting made him look pretty goofy.
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So, do you think Tiger is more handsome with or without the goatee? And, should I match my shoes to my bag,or my headcovers?

Sounds like you need to check your manhood if you cant handle discussing what other guys wear, if the topic makes you uncomfortable, then go talk about hunting or fishing (not that there's anything wrong with that)

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okay girls! then we can do mannies and peddies! who wants to braid my hair?

I had to read that a couple times. That's the first time I've heard nicknames for "manicure" and "pedicure"!?!?

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So, do you think Tiger is more handsome with or without the goatee? And, should I match my shoes to my bag,or my headcovers?

haha... always match the shoes with the belt ;)

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