No - but I have a pic of my younger bro - who also used to wear my shirts, iron them and put them back in the wardrobe... stinkin' - wearing it.It's on a hard-drive, somewhere - in colour!!! - I'll have a rummage.
Grrrrr - I'll have you know we are the best-paid pub team in the world.Anyway: http://forum.rangersmedia.co.uk/index.php?s=00236a649f5eee39bdf77e4aa42377c5&showtopic=252497With pics on page 3 - GIRFUY!!!
Used at Scottish club games as well.Back in the day, flying beer and whisky bottles were standard missiles - particularly at Rangers v Celtic, Hibs v Hearts and elsewhere - not to mention the loose change flying about.I had a Rangers one, but in those days, lots of younger kids wore them to games.
Hi Bob, how about this for a camp-site setting: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2956888/Holidaymaker-stabbed-three-times-row-local-manhandled-beloved-pet.htmlCheck out one of the family-shot pic.(Apologies for linking to the Daily Mail but the lad's family have an interesting take on fashion - and why not?)
Unfortunately... I did once have it that short in April/May1969.I posted about this a couple of years ago stating it was because the barber buggered up my parting - it looked like an axe-wound - so I told him to shave the lot.Headmaster the following day at assembly threw me out, and my folks had to go to the school to see him and discuss.I was banned for a week - I didn't care as it was lovely weather and I hung around a girls' school - and others' did the same when they...