Clothing that helps you relax!

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Re: Clothing that helps you relax!

Postby MechatronicEntity » Mon Aug 13, 2012 3:51 pm

CelticRose wrote:Ask your parents if they think the Statue of Liberty's foot is hideous.

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Statue_of_Liberty_foot.jpg



I will definitely have to when it comes up in a discussion (usually I just need to put on sandals for someone to ask about my feet).

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Re: Clothing that helps you relax!

Postby alin0s » Thu Aug 30, 2012 5:17 am

MechatronicEntity wrote:Convert your wheelchair into an Armored Personnel Carrier :lol: How effed up would that be? "Don't mind me, I'm just running over the snotty little brat kids to get to the ice cream bars faster..." :twisted:

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APC wheelchair = epic win.
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Re: Clothing that helps you relax!

Postby alin0s » Thu Aug 30, 2012 5:18 am

MechatronicEntity wrote:Now that I have finally found it, I will post it here: My (old-school) PASGT vest. Yes that is my hideous foot making an unintentional cameo in the photo.

PS: Ulgh! Those tiles need to go so bad... :embarrassed:

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yes lol those tiles are god aweful lol

nice vest tho

but bad tiles lol
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Re: Clothing that helps you relax!

Postby alin0s » Thu Aug 30, 2012 5:19 am

MechatronicEntity wrote:
CelticRose wrote:Ask your parents if they think the Statue of Liberty's foot is hideous.

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Statue_of_Liberty_foot.jpg



I will definitely have to when it comes up in a discussion (usually I just need to put on sandals for someone to ask about my feet).


lmfao i am laughing so hard now.
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Re: Clothing that helps you relax!

Postby MechatronicEntity » Mon Sep 03, 2012 1:45 pm

alin0s wrote:
MechatronicEntity wrote:Now that I have finally found it, I will post it here: My (old-school) PASGT vest. Yes that is my hideous foot making an unintentional cameo in the photo.

PS: Ulgh! Those tiles need to go so bad... :embarrassed:

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yes lol those tiles are god aweful lol

nice vest tho

but bad tiles lol

I can just lie down on the floor and blend right in. That makes me want to polymorph into a chameleon...

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Re: Clothing that helps you relax!

Postby NotSoAmazngGrace » Sun Nov 04, 2012 5:19 pm

I like to wear threadbare cotton shirts :xD:
Ps: I like those tiles :lol:
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Re: Clothing that helps you relax!

Postby MechatronicEntity » Sat Dec 22, 2012 7:26 pm

NotSoAmazngGrace wrote:I like to wear threadbare cotton shirts :xD:
Ps: I like those tiles :lol:

Woah.... I was wondering when someone who used to be a member would come back. It got a bit dead up in here.
I think the tiles would look better in a '70s-themed bathroom, complete with pink tub. :boogie:

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Re: Clothing that helps you relax!

Postby NotSoAmazngGrace » Wed Dec 26, 2012 3:18 pm

No the tub would need to be avocado green or harvest gold! I have a new fuzzy bathrobe that i like to fidget with the seam in the pocket :xD:






Also alin0s I have noticed that Walmart (the most evile of corporations but hey) now sells footy pjs :xD: (this in reference to an old post by you) They only come in fleece but come up to what appears to be 2XL just thought i'd tell you!
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Re: Clothing that helps you relax!

Postby MechatronicEntity » Sat Dec 29, 2012 8:01 pm

NotSoAmazngGrace wrote:No the tub would need to be avocado green or harvest gold! I have a new fuzzy bathrobe that i like to fidget with the seam in the pocket :xD:






Also alin0s I have noticed that Walmart (the most evile of corporations but hey) now sells footy pjs :xD: (this in reference to an old post by you) They only come in fleece but come up to what appears to be 2XL just thought i'd tell you!

My one tub actually is that color (harvest gold) :o ...


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