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Has anyone seen my specialty plates?

Discussion in 'Scott Nix Frog Fan Forum' started by BillupsFrog, Jan 5, 2012.

  1. + 1 million. Learned this the hard way with my sister. Now I add like 30 smiley faces to everything.
  2. The jacket/pullover is fine, but the collar is not. There is the little invention called sunscreen that helps if your friend needs some advice to not pop that collar.

  3. I'm not afraid to pop a collar if it's keeping the sun off my skin cancer prone neck. I do feel as if I need to go out of my way to tell the people around me why I've done this so as not to be mistaken for an SMU student. Now if said shirt is a pink Aberccrombie and Fitch polo that is one size too small then we've got a problem.
  4. Exactly what I said.
  5. You are correct. Never OK. I would argue you are a [Craig James] on the course if you let the sun bother you.

  6. You have to be careful with this as continued exposure to sunscreen will stain the collar of your shirt.

  7. You're aware that skin cancer kills just a few people every year right??? I'd say not dooshy if it's a rare occurrence, dooshy if it's an every round type thing.
  8. So wear sunscreen. How hard is that?
  9. I don't think I've ever see him put sunscreen on his arms or anything, so I don't think he was actually concerned about protecting his skin. He seemed to just be talking his way out of it. To his credit, I can't remember him doing it since our discussion.
  10. Yeah most people stop doing stuff once you call them out. Well played. I would be embarrassed to play with someone who had their collar popped.
  11. True--that is why most of my golf shirts typically last only a year.
  12. Glad we have the self appointed "Doosh Police" to look out for everyone. Personally, I don't give a crap what any of you think about anything I own, wear, buy or display.

    I have personalized license plates, own 2 cats and 1 dog, own a pink polo shirt with white stripes and now I even own purple Nike running shoes. I'm not married, yet (engaged currently.) Say what you will. I'm quite comfortable in my own skin any there ain't a damn thing anyone can say that's going to change that, particularly not some internet dork.

    Every thread on this site seems to turn into a pissing match with name calling, finger pointing and people generally being jerks because there's no one to call them on it. I was simply asking a question when I started this thread about my old license plates.

    So if anyone would like to point out anything to me at the next TCU basketball game I'd gladly accept your comments in person and then we could discuss man to man instead of hiding behind an anonymous internet alias.
  13. I totally agree on the jacket/fleece situation..... I have a nice peacoat kind of deal I wear to work, and both the jacket and inner lining pop up on their own. I'm always trying to fold them down, but it's a losing battle. I got a Patagonia fleece (purple of course) that does the same thing.

    Also, I have popped my collar at a baseball game or two where the sun was just beating down on my neck, but it was a situation where everyone was dying from the heat and like 20 people were doing the same thing because the sun was so brutal.
  14. People on here don't like it when you call them out. Expect to get bashed by the mob from now on.
  15. Nothing wrong with purple anything, Billups, I got a pair of purple Nike running shoes as well. Although I have to admit, way too many dudes in Miatas and Mini Coopers would slow down and look at me when I was jogging in those and my purple TCU jogging shirt as well.... so now I just wear one purple item at a time
  16. Wow did you really just say that? :mellow:
  17. Yeah Bonner4Prez, this site has deteriorated since I first joined back in 1998. Obviously this username is new.
  18. Yep

    Apparently purple shoes and a purple shirt give off a gay vibe, not a "that guy loves sports and his team colors are clearly purple" vibe.

    What are ya gonna do?
  19. Yeah I don't doubt it. I try to give people the benefit of the doubt, but you never know with some of the people on here. Very bitter folks who just like to post nonsense.

    Hf - I did not mean anything by my comment. Just seemed like something Stiffler would have said in American Wedding, but that might not have been what you were insinuating based on your follow up comment.
  20. I was thinking of getting a specialty plate too. What do you think of the following:


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