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(Fox 11 Online)   Having solved the rest of the city's problems, Green Bay alderman wants to ban saggy pants. Judging from the local reaction, it's about as likely as banning halter tops or stupidity   (fox11online.com) divider line 72
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2013-07-15 01:28:06 PM
What is the origin of this "fashion statement?"
 
2013-07-15 02:07:06 PM

BarkingUnicorn: What is the origin of this "fashion statement?"


Lack of a belt
 
d23 [TotalFark]
2013-07-15 02:07:47 PM
World Stupidest Fad

blogs.riverfronttimes.com

Not a fad (moar!)

heybabyofcalifornia.com
 
2013-07-15 02:10:00 PM
img.pandawhale.com
 
2013-07-15 02:11:05 PM
There are already public indecency laws.  If those don't apply, then the government has no business acting as fashion police.

That being said, when you wear your pants around your knees, you look like a farking idiot, and I reserve the right to treat you like a farking idiot, or laugh at you, or make jokes at your expense.  What are you going to do, chase me down and beat me up?  You can't run, because you're a farking idiot who doesn't know how to dress yourself.
 
2013-07-15 02:11:15 PM
Lookin' like a fool...
 
2013-07-15 02:12:26 PM
Ask Aaron Rodgers to walk around outside wearing a pair of JNCOs for just ten minutes and all talk of this new potential ordinance will cease immediately.
 
2013-07-15 02:14:02 PM
Boyce says he's received emails from his constituents, alleging his ban on saggy pants is racially motivated. He says it's not.
Im willing to give him the benefit of the doubt on this, because for reference, heres a photo of Green Bays entire black population.

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2013-07-15 02:15:47 PM
Dont ban saggy pants. If you do How will I know who the criminals are? what next a ban on skittles
 
2013-07-15 02:16:24 PM
Back in the 90's, Atlanta was talking of passing one of these laws (I think they did, IIRC.) The police chief came out and said he was against it because fleeing suspects were likely to get tangled up and trip.

/I'm also of the opinion of JungleGeek
 
2013-07-15 02:16:54 PM
They might as well ban halter tops, have you ever seen the women in Green Bay?
 
2013-07-15 02:17:08 PM

JuggleGeek: There are already public indecency laws.  If those don't apply, then the government has no business acting as fashion police.

That being said, when you wear your pants around your knees, you look like a farking idiot, and I reserve the right to treat you like a farking idiot, or laugh at you, or make jokes at your expense.  What are you going to do, chase me down and beat me up?  You can't run, because you're a farking idiot who doesn't know how to dress yourself.


Pretty much.  I *like* people being able to wear whatever they want - however they want.  Oftentimes it gives subtle (or not so subtle) clues to their mental prowess and lets me avoid the idiots.

/not a 100% effective system, but it's a good start.
 
2013-07-15 02:17:22 PM
Halter top thread?
/may be a bookmark
 
d23 [TotalFark]
2013-07-15 02:18:26 PM

Skyd1v: Pretty much. I *like* people being able to wear whatever they want - however they want. Oftentimes it gives subtle (or not so subtle) clues to their mental prowess and lets me avoid the idiots.


*SMART*

www.counterfeitchic.com
 
2013-07-15 02:19:36 PM

Lundah: They might as well ban halter tops, have you ever seen the women in Green Bay?

 
2013-07-15 02:19:50 PM
Maybe the other thing he should consider banning is jorts.
 
2013-07-15 02:21:34 PM
I'd be in favor of it, as long as they also ban belts cinched below the giant overhanging beer gut, which, frankly, is much more of an issue in Green Bay than the urban saggy diaper look.
 
2013-07-15 02:24:19 PM

d23: Skyd1v: Pretty much. I *like* people being able to wear whatever they want - however they want. Oftentimes it gives subtle (or not so subtle) clues to their mental prowess and lets me avoid the idiots.

*SMART*

[www.counterfeitchic.com image 291x219]


Can't wait for Wisco's hot, humid summer to take hold...as the butt sweat starts collecting, the people of Green Bay will see who knows how to properly wash their ass.
 
2013-07-15 02:24:38 PM
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2013-07-15 02:27:53 PM
They should be left alone...after all those who emulate the prison population will definitely provide a positive influence in society and their surrounding communities.
 
2013-07-15 02:33:07 PM
I believe NJ just passed an ordiance along these lines.  My boys tried this a few times, I would walk by and pull their pants down.   Wherever we were.  I'm an equal opportunity embarasser (is that a word?) yeah that fad didn't last too long.
 
2013-07-15 02:33:18 PM

ferretman: They should be left alone...after all those who emulate the prison population will definitely provide a positive influence in society and their surrounding communities.


 Wisconsin is already full of people who emulate the looks of Jeffrey Dahmer and Ed Gein.
 
2013-07-15 02:33:29 PM

ferretman: They should be left alone...after all those who emulate the prison population will definitely provide a positive influence in society and their surrounding communities.


You win.
 
2013-07-15 02:34:08 PM

someonelse: ferretman: They should be left alone...after all those who emulate the prison population will definitely provide a positive influence in society and their surrounding communities.

 Wisconsin is already full of people who emulate the looks of Jeffrey Dahmer and Ed Gein.


Hey, at least Ed Gein was creative.
 
2013-07-15 02:35:00 PM
Just know this, you wear droopy pants you are dressing like Justin Beiber.
 
2013-07-15 02:35:09 PM
Let them sag. I would guess it's much easier to catch a perp with their pants around their waist or knees.

/should have invented pants with 4 inch inseam to be worn around ankles.
 
2013-07-15 02:37:51 PM

msticaries79: I believe NJ just passed an ordiance along these lines.  My boys tried this a few times, I would walk by and pull their pants down.   Wherever we were.  I'm an equal opportunity embarasser (is that a word?) yeah that fad didn't last too long.


Whenever I see one of these, I want to play it like a bongo.

i.telegraph.co.uk
 
2013-07-15 02:39:19 PM

blatz514: someonelse: ferretman: They should be left alone...after all those who emulate the prison population will definitely provide a positive influence in society and their surrounding communities.

 Wisconsin is already full of people who emulate the looks of Jeffrey Dahmer and Ed Gein.

Hey, at least Ed Gein was creative.


And crafty.
 
2013-07-15 02:41:28 PM
I see some of this has been covered, but I'll add my two cents. I'd be okay with this if, and only if, the following articles of clothing were also targeted:

- Jorts
- Any type of short worn with crew socks and tennis shoes
- Overweight men wearing tank tops or shirts with cut off sleeves
- Overweight women in yoga pants or any type of stirrup pants
- Polos with horizontal stripe patterns
- Any item of clothing with a camouflage pattern that is not specifically for hunting (i.e - a camouflage t-shirt with a Cabela's logo)

Seriously. I cringe more at the fact that most of the people I know in the surrounding Milwaukee area suburbs can't put together an outfit that doesn't include farking jorts worn with white crew socks and New Balance tennis shoes topped with a baseball hat. It's as if they require one of those items of clothing to survive. At least when I see saggy pants I can have a laugh about youth fashion statements and recall the days of tight rolling my jeans and wearing Hypercolor shirts.
 
2013-07-15 02:44:08 PM

Cotton Rinkenbolts: I see some of this has been covered, but I'll add my two cents. I'd be okay with this if, and only if, the following articles of clothing were also targeted:

- Jorts
- Any type of short worn with crew socks and tennis shoes
- Overweight men wearing tank tops or shirts with cut off sleeves
- Overweight women in yoga pants or any type of stirrup pants
- Polos with horizontal stripe patterns
- Any item of clothing with a camouflage pattern that is not specifically for hunting (i.e - a camouflage t-shirt with a Cabela's logo)

Seriously. I cringe more at the fact that most of the people I know in the surrounding Milwaukee area suburbs can't put together an outfit that doesn't include farking jorts worn with white crew socks and New Balance tennis shoes topped with a baseball hat. It's as if they require one of those items of clothing to survive. At least when I see saggy pants I can have a laugh about youth fashion statements and recall the days of tight rolling my jeans and wearing Hypercolor shirts.


Missing from list:
ries.typepad.com
 
2013-07-15 02:44:10 PM
i HATE the sagging jeans fad.
but i don't like any law governing the way people are to dress.
if it was up to me, nudity would be legal. how can i rightly say i should be allowed to be nude, yet say the moron who doesn't know how to keep his waistband pulled up to his waist shouldn't be allowed to look like a moron?
i'm all for businesses properly posting signs prohibiting certain manners of dress in their establishments. that's fine. but in public, we should be able to dress (or NOT dress) however we please.
by god, if morbidly obese chicks can legally and rightly wear skin-tight shirts & skin-tight yoga pants showing every fat roll, every stitch of their undergarments, and the cell phone which is stuck in their bra (this was a true thing i saw in the mall yesterday), then what's so bad about my tan chubby self being nude?
 
2013-07-15 02:45:21 PM

Cotton Rinkenbolts: I see some of this has been covered, but I'll add my two cents. I'd be okay with this if, and only if, the following articles of clothing were also targeted:

- Jorts
- Any type of short worn with crew socks and tennis shoes
- Overweight men wearing tank tops or shirts with cut off sleeves
- Overweight women in yoga pants or any type of stirrup pants
- Polos with horizontal stripe patterns
- Any item of clothing with a camouflage pattern that is not specifically for hunting (i.e - a camouflage t-shirt with a Cabela's logo)

Seriously. I cringe more at the fact that most of the people I know in the surrounding Milwaukee area suburbs can't put together an outfit that doesn't include farking jorts worn with white crew socks and New Balance tennis shoes topped with a baseball hat. It's as if they require one of those items of clothing to survive. At least when I see saggy pants I can have a laugh about youth fashion statements and recall the days of tight rolling my jeans and wearing Hypercolor shirts.


Sooo, tight rolling jeans is out?

/embarrassingly unrolls pants
 
2013-07-15 02:47:30 PM
Scientifically speaking, pheremones are released from a person's rear end, this is also the reason baboons have no hair on their backsides.  Removing the superfluous layer of clothing promotes the transmittance of these pheremones.  Since there is an increase in sexual attraction / activity, there is therefor no incentive to secure these articles of clothing, in fact, the "Level of Hang" (LOH) often is increased as time passes.

In addition, the "Long Belt" functions as an enhanced albeit "Flaccid" member which is a visual attraction.

Until women can learn to stifle their primal urges, this "Fad" wil continue to be a significant part of our evolutionary history.
 
2013-07-15 02:47:51 PM
Saggy pants are good. How else are the muscular 250-lb gay men walking around out there supposed to know which lean and strapping 140-lb young men are willing to provide sexual servicing? I mean, hell, if the garage is open, pull the car in.

(Seriously, guys, how can that NOT be interpreted as a sign of sexual availability? I don't care what it means in prison.)
 
2013-07-15 02:49:02 PM

Psycoholic_Slag: Cotton Rinkenbolts: I see some of this has been covered, but I'll add my two cents. I'd be okay with this if, and only if, the following articles of clothing were also targeted:

- Jorts
- Any type of short worn with crew socks and tennis shoes
- Overweight men wearing tank tops or shirts with cut off sleeves
- Overweight women in yoga pants or any type of stirrup pants
- Polos with horizontal stripe patterns
- Any item of clothing with a camouflage pattern that is not specifically for hunting (i.e - a camouflage t-shirt with a Cabela's logo)

Seriously. I cringe more at the fact that most of the people I know in the surrounding Milwaukee area suburbs can't put together an outfit that doesn't include farking jorts worn with white crew socks and New Balance tennis shoes topped with a baseball hat. It's as if they require one of those items of clothing to survive. At least when I see saggy pants I can have a laugh about youth fashion statements and recall the days of tight rolling my jeans and wearing Hypercolor shirts.

Missing from list:
*Butt-ugly crocs*



I knew I had missed something. Thanks.
 
2013-07-15 02:49:41 PM
Droopy pants is one of the ridiculously stupid fashion trends I've ever seen.

People have the right to wear ridiculously stupid things.

Any law that says otherwise clearly is stomping on free speech and is not Constitutional.
 
2013-07-15 02:50:19 PM
Based on the hat Boyce was wearing in the interview, he seems to be a bit ... fastidious about his attire, as my grandmother would say (because she wouldn't say "gay.")
 
2013-07-15 02:56:21 PM

Cotton Rinkenbolts: any type of stirrup pants


These should be outright banned, not just for overweight women. They don't look good on anybody.

But chunky gals should not be allowed to wear puffy winter coats. Especially not white ones that make them look like the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man.
 
2013-07-15 03:02:33 PM
bungle_jr:  . . . then what's so bad about my tan chubby self being nude?

Not a damn thing!


AANR, FANR, INF supporter
 
2013-07-15 03:04:50 PM

someonelse: Cotton Rinkenbolts: any type of stirrup pants

These should be outright banned, not just for overweight women. They don't look good on anybody.

But chunky gals should not be allowed to wear puffy winter coats. Especially not white ones that make them look like the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man.


are stirrup pants a thing right now?
seems that in the whole cycle of things (approx 20 years for a fashion trend to resurface), we have about 2 more years before they come back.
right now it's all the o.p. surfwear that was rad back about 20 years ago...tank tops and shorts/trunks that look EXACTLY like they did from o.p. and panama jack back in the day. i'm having flashbacks.
 
2013-07-15 03:10:35 PM

The water was cold: bungle_jr:  . . . then what's so bad about my tan chubby self being nude?

Not a damn thing!


AANR, FANR, INF supporter


awesome!
i go to a nudist place up the road whenever i can...not nearly often enough...been about 4 times a year the last 4 or 5 years.
 
2013-07-15 03:14:47 PM
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Flint passed this sort of thing a while back, solved all of our problems.

/ok, maybe not, but something needed to be done. FPD can't enforce prostitution laws, so the baggy pants get a pass for now
 
2013-07-15 03:22:33 PM
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I'm pretty sure baggy is the only size of pants available in Green Bay.
 
2013-07-15 03:32:11 PM

whiterrabbit: Scientifically speaking, pheremones are released from a person's rear end, this is also the reason baboons have no hair on their backsides.  Removing the superfluous layer of clothing promotes the transmittance of these pheremones.  Since there is an increase in sexual attraction / activity, there is therefor no incentive to secure these articles of clothing, in fact, the "Level of Hang" (LOH) often is increased as time passes.

In addition, the "Long Belt" functions as an enhanced albeit "Flaccid" member which is a visual attraction.

Until women can learn to stifle their primal urges, this "Fad" wil continue to be a significant part of our evolutionary history.



*shaking head and trying to find my phone number to Ha-Ha Hotel to pass long to Whiterrabbit.  A long stay seems to be in order, you sick bastard!!! The people in the white coats are very nice!!
 
2013-07-15 03:32:53 PM

The water was cold: bungle_jr:  . . . then what's so bad about my tan chubby self being nude?

Not a damn thing!


AANR, FANR, INF supporter


where in fl are you? we're going to ft walton/destin area next year, and i'm wondering if there are any nude beaches in the area. i haven't seen anything official about any, but if i can find any i will give one a try. i've never been to a nude beach, only to pools, spas, etc
 
2013-07-15 03:34:54 PM

Cotton Rinkenbolts: I see some of this has been covered, but I'll add my two cents. I'd be okay with this if, and only if, the following articles of clothing were also targeted:

- Jorts
- Any type of short worn with crew socks and tennis shoes
- Overweight men wearing tank tops or shirts with cut off sleeves
- Overweight women in yoga pants or any type of stirrup pants
- Polos with horizontal stripe patterns
- Any item of clothing with a camouflage pattern that is not specifically for hunting (i.e - a camouflage t-shirt with a Cabela's logo)

Seriously. I cringe more at the fact that most of the people I know in the surrounding Milwaukee area suburbs can't put together an outfit that doesn't include farking jorts worn with white crew socks and New Balance tennis shoes topped with a baseball hat. It's as if they require one of those items of clothing to survive. At least when I see saggy pants I can have a laugh about youth fashion statements and recall the days of tight rolling my jeans and wearing Hypercolor shirts.


Nice, I'd subtract none, but add:

-Overweight women wearing tight shirts that follow their flab.
-Middle-aged men wearing sweat pants, sports team shirts/jerseys, and the latest flashy Nike shoes, as if they are 19-year-old boys competing for the attention of the stupid girls.
-Shirtless and wearing shorts on a motorcycle.  You don't just look retarded, you are retarded.  Very common sight here in Illinois - I think the lack of helmet laws (which I support) leads otherwise common idiots down a path towards sofa king...
 
2013-07-15 03:38:06 PM
I dunno about droopy pants, but having spent plenty of time in Wisconsin, I'd say the main items of wear in that state during the non-winter months are sweat shirts (often with either packer or badger logos or t-shirts with the same), carharts, hunting camo and jorts.

People in Wisconsin really don't dress up.  Except maybe going to Sunday service.
 
2013-07-15 03:41:47 PM
They should make pelvis movements on stage and dancing in the aisles illegal too!

I hate droopy drawers. Looks retarded, not even considering WTF it's all about. But in 5 years it will hopefully be out of style and a thing of the past.
 
2013-07-15 03:47:28 PM

someonelse: I'd be in favor of it, as long as they also ban belts cinched below the giant overhanging beer gut, which, frankly, is much more of an issue in Green Bay than the urban saggy diaper look.


someonelse: Wisconsin is already full of people who emulate the looks of Jeffrey Dahmer and Ed Gein


someonelse: Whenever I see one of these, I want to play it like a bongo.


someonelse: And crafty.


someonelse: Based on the hat Boyce was wearing in the interview, he seems to be a bit ... fastidious about his attire, as my grandmother would say (because she wouldn't say "gay.")


someonelse: These should be outright banned, not just for overweight women. They don't look good on anybody.

But chunky gals should not be allowed to wear puffy winter coats. Especially not white ones that make them look like the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man.


Did Wisconsin not call you back after a one-night stand, or something?
 
2013-07-15 03:52:38 PM

JuggleGeek: There are already public indecency laws.  If those don't apply, then the government has no business acting as fashion police.

That being said, when you wear your pants around your knees, you look like a farking idiot, and I reserve the right to treat you like a farking idiot, or laugh at you, or make jokes at your expense.  What are you going to do, chase me down and beat me up?  You can't run, because you're a farking idiot who doesn't know how to dress yourself.


But as a species it makes us look bad. UFO aliens (As opposed to the illegal kind) look at us seeing the baggy pants, the flip flops as everyday footwear, the caps worn backwards or sideways and say to themselves "we can take them".
 
2013-07-15 03:53:38 PM
Ahh yes....Green Bay with problems of increased homeless, an increasing drug issue, and has an issue with younger adults moving out to the twin cities or Chicago  because there are no jobs here outside of the new CostCo or Cabellas, lets focus on the 1% of the population of our city that dresses like dopes. But yet Helga on Sundays is allowed to wear a cheese bra and daisy dukes to Lambeau and no one will bother her.
 
2013-07-15 03:54:53 PM

JuggleGeek: There are already public indecency laws.  If those don't apply, then the government has no business acting as fashion police.

That being said, when you wear your pants around your knees, you look like a farking idiot, and I reserve the right to treat you like a farking idiot, or laugh at you, or make jokes at your expense.  What are you going to do, chase me down and beat me up?  You can't run, because you're a farking idiot who doesn't know how to dress yourself.


This. Those pants make you look like an idiot, but unless I see nad, dong, or sphincter, they have no business trying to outlaw it.
 
2013-07-15 03:59:24 PM
Whenever I've asked people what exactly it is that bothers them so much about sagging pants, the only substantive reasons (not just "because it's stupid") that I've ever gotten are variations of 1.) that it's not practical/functional (you have to keep pulling them up, it inhibits your mobility, it's uncomfortable), and 2.) that it began as an emulation of thugs.

As for the first reason, I think it's pretty obvious that fashion and practicality rarely have a lot to do with each other. You could make the same kinds of arguments against high-heeled shoes or neckties.

As for the second reason, I've always felt that however the trend may have started, it's long-since taken on a much broader appeal, to the point that many young people who do it aren't even aware of it's criminal origins. But today I was inexplicably motivated to do a minute of research on the origins of neckties (another pointless, superfluous, uncomfortable fashion trend) and lo and behold I found this:

     "The modern necktie spread by Europe traces back to the time of the Thirty Years' War (1618-1648) when Croatian mercenaries from the Croatian Military Frontier in French service, wearing their traditional small, knotted neckerchiefs, aroused the interest of the Parisians."

I don't know about you, but to me that sounds awfully similar to emulating thugs. Just food for thought.
 
2013-07-15 04:01:16 PM
OK, I absolutely hate the droopy pants idiocy. I can tell the perp is an idiot just at a quick glance though.

Here is the weird part. I've seen a few females try this as a "fashion". It looks just as horrible on females as it does on males. I wouldn't have expected that.
 
2013-07-15 04:05:17 PM

SirEattonHogg: I dunno about droopy pants, but having spent plenty of time in Wisconsin, I'd say the main items of wear in that state during the non-winter months are sweat shirts (often with either packer or badger logos or t-shirts with the same), carharts, hunting camo and jorts.

People in Wisconsin really don't dress up.  Except maybe going to Sunday service.


Sweatshirts and Carharts during non-winter months?  It's 88 degrees today.  I promise you no one here is wearing a sweatshirt.

/wish I had one on now though
//farking freezing in the office.
 
2013-07-15 04:10:16 PM
blatz514:
Sweatshirts and Carharts during non-winter months?  It's 88 degrees today.  I promise you no one here is wearing a sweatshirt.

/wish I had one on now though
//farking freezing in the office.



Yeah, I meant more in the spring and fall.   Those Wisconsin summers can be brutally hot and humid.
 
2013-07-15 04:22:44 PM

SirEattonHogg: blatz514:
Sweatshirts and Carharts during non-winter months?  It's 88 degrees today.  I promise you no one here is wearing a sweatshirt.

/wish I had one on now though
//farking freezing in the office.


Yeah, I meant more in the spring and fall.   Those Wisconsin summers can be brutally hot and humid.


I figured as much.  It's pretty gross outside right now.
 
2013-07-15 04:24:40 PM
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2013-07-15 04:27:20 PM
If the ghetto dipshiats wish to self-identify, why would we want to stop them?
 
2013-07-15 04:53:45 PM

Molavian: someonelse: I'd be in favor of it, as long as they also ban belts cinched below the giant overhanging beer gut, which, frankly, is much more of an issue in Green Bay than the urban saggy diaper look.

someonelse: Wisconsin is already full of people who emulate the looks of Jeffrey Dahmer and Ed Gein

someonelse: Whenever I see one of these, I want to play it like a bongo.

someonelse: And crafty.

someonelse: Based on the hat Boyce was wearing in the interview, he seems to be a bit ... fastidious about his attire, as my grandmother would say (because she wouldn't say "gay.")

someonelse: These should be outright banned, not just for overweight women. They don't look good on anybody.

But chunky gals should not be allowed to wear puffy winter coats. Especially not white ones that make them look like the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man.

Did Wisconsin not call you back after a one-night stand, or something?


I live here. I kid because I love.

/Packers win the Super Bowl!!!
 
2013-07-15 04:57:22 PM

eagles95: But yet Helga on Sundays is allowed to wear a cheese bra and daisy dukes to Lambeau and no one will bother her.


Blessings be upon her.

media.jrn.com
 
2013-07-15 05:10:54 PM
And my hometown makes the Fark front page.

So proud.
 
2013-07-15 05:14:22 PM
It's stupid, but what are you really going to do about it? Outside of schools and private venues it's a first-amendment issue.

As long as it's not clearly indecent, like a wang hanging out, it's a waste of time and money to try to legislate it.

In other words, if someone has more covered than a speedo or a string bikini then the city is going to be spending way too much money in court. Even then many places now allow women to go topless, so the bottom standard is, well, bottoms. It's not a fight I want my government in.
 
2013-07-15 05:42:37 PM
Oblig:

files.g4tv.com
 
2013-07-15 05:58:03 PM

blatz514: SirEattonHogg: blatz514:
Sweatshirts and Carharts during non-winter months?  It's 88 degrees today.  I promise you no one here is wearing a sweatshirt.

/wish I had one on now though
//farking freezing in the office.


Yeah, I meant more in the spring and fall.   Those Wisconsin summers can be brutally hot and humid.

I figured as much.  It's pretty gross outside right now.


And we get to see some 90's later this week. How does Winnebago smell now?
 
2013-07-15 06:06:41 PM

antidisestablishmentarianism: blatz514: SirEattonHogg: blatz514:
Sweatshirts and Carharts during non-winter months?  It's 88 degrees today.  I promise you no one here is wearing a sweatshirt.

/wish I had one on now though
//farking freezing in the office.


Yeah, I meant more in the spring and fall.   Those Wisconsin summers can be brutally hot and humid.

I figured as much.  It's pretty gross outside right now.

And we get to see some 90's later this week. How does Winnebago smell now?


As long as the wind blows west to east, we should be good. But I'm sure it's pretty smelly.
 
2013-07-15 06:21:11 PM

Jument: They should make pelvis movements on stage and dancing in the aisles illegal too!

I hate droopy drawers. Looks retarded, not even considering WTF it's all about. But in 5 years it will hopefully be out of style and a thing of the past.


Its already been over fifteen years, I doubt it goes away in five more. I hope it does, but I'm not counting on it
 
2013-07-15 06:28:10 PM

Jim from Saint Paul:


I've just learned a very valuable lesson about reading fark whilst eating. To not to.
 
2013-07-15 06:30:47 PM
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2013-07-15 07:04:59 PM

Lundah: They might as well ban halter crop tops, have you ever seen the women in Green Bay?


FIFY.
 
2013-07-15 08:38:27 PM
Watching an episode of Cops right now...

If it's not white trash smacking each other with baby wipe boxes, it's pants sagging pieces of shiat hollering, "What I do?" as a bag of crack is pulled from the knee level pants pocket.
 
2013-07-15 09:59:39 PM
While we're at it...

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