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Should I remove the "Made In USA" tags from these boots??? - Page 4

post #46 of 52
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Originally Posted by mk.ultra View Post


However, I often wonder this myself, considering an abundance of people on these forums seem to be elitist, materialistic, self-righteous, 5'6" 100 lb anorerxic cockstroking phaggots like yourself who believe expensive clothes can fix your pitiful physique, shitty attitude, and homosexual tendencies.

So


Dude, chill out. It's just the internet. And the whole 'well you're a fag' thing is so overdone here, I don't even use it.
post #47 of 52
I think the boots look good, I also kopped a pair. F---ck all y'all.
post #48 of 52
Far better removed if you can do so completely and without damaging the boots.

Manufacturers need to stop placing labels everywhere - far too much of it and absolutely no need for them to be visible.
post #49 of 52
Funny how people can get so bent out of shape and react like such douches over something someone they never met has posted. Kinda pathetic really...
post #50 of 52
I'd probably remove the tag.

Grass and shit will get stuck in it, plus you know they were made in USA random people probably don't give a fuck where your shoes were made.
post #51 of 52
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Originally Posted by robbie View Post
I'd probably remove the tag.

Grass and shit will get stuck in it, plus you know they were made in USA random people probably don't give a fuck where your shoes were made.

but it's not for other people, it's for op himself... gives him a rush of patriotism every time he looks down
post #52 of 52
Wow what a stupid place to put a tag. Look so akward there.
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