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post #16 of 29
woodland camo BDU four button deconstructed jacket woodland camo BDU trousers Brown 100% cotton t-shirt Black combat boots woodland camo BDU cover OD green wool glove liners w/ black leather gloves WHAT.? It's green....
post #17 of 29
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woodland camo BDU four button deconstructed jacket woodland camo BDU trousers Brown 100% cotton t-shirt Black combat boots woodland camo BDU cover OD green wool glove liners w/ black leather gloves WHAT.? It's green....
Going hunting today?
post #18 of 29
Nah, just army lab. Learning how to be a leader, and all that.
post #19 of 29
Green moc and green undies, wish I had a Guiness though about now.
post #20 of 29
My teacher (a Canadian) wore a green t-shirt today but he did have to point this out to us. B
post #21 of 29
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Amazing how we went from "No Irish" stores to this... I totally forgot to wear green.  
Well by now most Americans have at least a little Irish heritage. I forgot too.
post #22 of 29
I am in the 95-100% Irish range and I forgot as well. Oops.
post #23 of 29
I honestly forgot this morning that it was St. Patrick's Day and accidentally wore green. How's that for luck?
post #24 of 29
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I honestly forgot this morning that it was St. Patrick's Day and accidentally wore green. How's that for luck?
Luck o' the Irish, laddie.
post #25 of 29
There are a lot of words one can associate with the Irish but 'luck' isn't one of them
post #26 of 29
I woke up at 630, thinking I was awake enough to shut off my alarm clock, and promptly fell asleep again. In the interim 20 minutes I had a dream in which I woke up and started getting ready, remembering that it was St. Patrick's day and picking out some green cords (which I don't own, but I didn't think about it at the time) and put them on. When I woke up I didn't think about it at all and only remembered the dream later. I guess my subconscious figured it had that handled already. <-- 25-35% Irish Heritage. I figure I drank enough Guinness last night with linux_pro and Kevin that I can get away with not going out tonight. Both seem like very good chaps, by the way.
post #27 of 29
Anybody wore a bright green suit (complete with green shoes)? WJTW
post #28 of 29
Green (betw forest and apple) plaid Thomas Pink shirt with blue and green round cuff links, apple green Paul Smith socks, matching Lucky green boxers with monkeys and bananas on 'em...
post #29 of 29
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(Fabienne @ Mar. 17 2005,08:22) Amazing how we went from "No Irish" stores to this... I totally forgot to wear green.
Well by now most Americans have at least a little Irish heritage. I forgot too.
No. Of, course I'm not American... Jon.
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