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I suppose they're better than the pajama pants...

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Originally Posted by jamo

I suppose they're better than the pajama pants...



don't get crazy now

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I was taught , if you can't say something nice, say nothing, so......NOTHING

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Unless a check came with them, I wouldn't wear them...and it would have to have a number greater than 1 with a few zeros behind it.

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Originally Posted by TakeDeadAim

Wear them to school and tell us all about it...



I'll be wearing them once golf season starts.

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Originally Posted by dbuck

Catch the Haney Project next time--Rush is wearing the shorts version



I spied that today... Man knows how to dress.

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Originally Posted by weavej2

They might look better if they were tailored....look alittle bit frumpy


They will be.

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I would love to wear those pants in a high school tourney... but too bad I'm not good enough to sport them lol. I like them, but you should only wear them if you are good.

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Originally Posted by hokiebound

I would love to wear those pants in a high school tourney... but too bad I'm not good enough to sport them lol. I like them, but you should only wear them if you are good.



I'm a'ight.

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Wore them to school for spirit week... It was "Sports Day."

They were a hit.  Can't wait to wear them for the first match next week.

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i have the yellow/black version in shorts - if you are on facebook, post it on loudmouths page - they are looking for pics of peeps in their clothes

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Originally Posted by jamo

I suppose they're better than the pajama pants...



Not so sure about that.



Originally Posted by Golfwolf

Wow, those are awful!



That was my first thought.

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