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these colored Ace bandages people are wearing on their feet? I saw at least 3 people in my office today rolling them. Is this a new trend?
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men I'm seeing with skin tight jeans? I mean, like chicks wear them, not just skinny jeans. And rolled up?
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These highly patterned leggings chicks are wearing? First there was the black leggings phase (not mad). Now there's the patterned leggings phase (still not mad). What up?
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Thanks, Moo.
Edited by NORE - 7/31/12 at 8:10am
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Ill bite.

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I actually saw a chick wearing those the other day. think instead of Reeboks, slouch socks for the commute, five fingers sockless. I never wanted to not bang a chick so hard in my life.
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I actually saw a chick wearing those the other day. think instead of Reeboks, slouch socks for the commute, five fingers sockless. I never wanted to not bang a chick so hard in my life.

Those things must wind up RIPE.
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these colored Ace bandages people are wearing on their feet? I saw at least 3 people in my office today rolling them. Is this a new trend?

Like this?



It's called Coban and was originally developed for race horses. Great stuff.
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Ill bite.
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Those things must wind up RIPE.

 

I have a pair, and yes they smell terrible. Great for running and lifting but not exactly stylish. I'm seeing a lot more people wearing them on the street, but I live in San Francisco where anything that can be marketed as being more natural becomes an instant trend.

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Like this?

It's called Coban and was originally developed for race horses. Great stuff.

Close, these:

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