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post #1981 of 4244
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post
His Reverence Michael Alden? He seems like a nice bloke. I'm terrified of the one on the right.

Didn't say it was bad or creepy, just looked like a loooong rise.
post #1982 of 4244
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Originally Posted by AE7 View Post
You reckon he is being ''suggestive" to ladies with rise this big?

"Hey baby. Wanna see my longwings?"
post #1983 of 4244
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

WTF with the guy on the right?
post #1984 of 4244
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
WTF with the guy on the right?

that's alden homie pierre-paul: http://talonrouge-pierrepaul.blogspot.com/
post #1985 of 4244
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Originally Posted by AE7 View Post

What's next, this?

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post #1987 of 4244
The suitcaseb isn't bad... But that Hapsburg beard
post #1988 of 4244
You may take our lives! But you can never take! OUR FREEDOM!
post #1989 of 4244
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Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post

He looks like he lives in a rough estate...

He will get killed wearing these clothes..

I love the medal for sartorial bravery..
post #1990 of 4244
Really irritates me people wearing real medals. Some young prat wearing ww2 medals in my local pub on bloody Remembrance Day(!) as a fashion accessory - I almost lost it.
post #1991 of 4244
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post
Really irritates me people wearing real medals. Some young prat wearing ww2 medals in my local pub on bloody Remembrance Day(!) as a fashion accessory - I almost lost it.

Thats pretty disrespectful. Did anyone say anything to him?
post #1992 of 4244
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post
Really irritates me people wearing real medals. Some young prat wearing ww2 medals in my local pub on bloody Remembrance Day(!) as a fashion accessory - I almost lost it.

I don't like it either...

It is not a fashion accessory...

Anyone with a bit of intelligence and sensitivity will never do such thing.
post #1993 of 4244
Wearing a real medal belonging to someone else as a fashion accessory is a sacrilege. But how do you know if this guy is wearing a real one and not imitation?
post #1994 of 4244
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Originally Posted by AE7 View Post
Wearing a real medal belonging to someone else as a fashion accessory is a sacrilege. But how do you know if this guy is wearing a real one and not imitation?

I've heard of a recent trend for wearing a deceased veteran family member's medals on the right chest and I quite like that idea. I would love to one day march in a Remembrance Day parade in memory of my Dad. Anyone who looks closely should see I am way too young to have earned WW2 campaign medals anyway.

As a fashion accessory? Noooooooo!
post #1995 of 4244
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Originally Posted by Ianiceman View Post
I've heard of a recent trend for wearing a deceased veteran family member's medals on the right chest and I quite like that idea. I would love to one day march in a Remembrance Day parade in memory of my Dad. Anyone who looks closely should see I am way too young to have earned WW2 campaign medals anyway.

As a fashion accessory? Noooooooo!

Both my granddad and my father have the Legion d'Honneur for military service and I wouldn't dream wearing them ...
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