Discussion in 'The Chatterbox' started by DaltonGang, Jan 18, 2018.
It's like real mayo. Save yourself... Do not ponder the possibilities.
Adult men wearing Crocs Shoes, in public. It's silly enough that children wear them, but a grown man just looks ridiculous. Please, please men, if anyone reading this thread wears them, just know people point, and make fun of you, when you wear Crocs in public.
Unless they are in shape, and wearing Yoga pants.
Crocs were designed in Colorado for muddy ski parking lots. End of story and agreed. They are specialty athletic shoes.
I always thought they were for gardening. But, your story will work too. Mud yes, Public No.
Also normal is answering your door wearing boxers and nothing else... even if you are not exactly good looking... (read old and fat). Hate it
True story. Ski area invention. Something easy, light and waterproof to save the ski boot plates when walking around.
Gardening also cool. Fashion, no.
Most people look better with clothes on. Myself included.
i just looked, actually it was boating, the the basic idea was bought by a group on Longmont CO and marketed at the ski areas.
Final jeopardy is coming up.
In Florida they are an alternative to flip flops
Most adults looks silly with them. However, they work pretty well for kids, so you can just whip them off your daughter's feet in the shower, rather than have them track REALLY nasty stuff from their feet into the house. (You can then scrub the shoes at the same time as the kid) Birkenstocks. That was a idiotic fad. They were just _sandals_.
Sorry - you bang on my door, you're already trespassing. You don't get to choose what I have on You accuse me of public indecency, I'll have you charged with being a peeping tom.
total weirdos if you ask me.
Call me to your house to fix your AC don't make me look at things I can't unsee. I have issues with this.
Well, if the HVAC worked in the first place, they wouldn't be 3/4 nekkid waitin' for the tech, now would they?
That's a different story. If I've specifically invited someone to go by, I have an obligation to be a polite host. I was referring to the random pudthumper that bangs on my door on Saturday or Sunday so they can ask if I want to go to their church/bible study/Jehovah's witnessing/whatever. The really fun part? They get a really offended look when they realize I _don't speak Espanish_. I'm living in Texas, not Mexico. Learn some English. (I'll work with the folks that at least try - "You Espeaka the Espanish?" )
I missed your picture-missing many these days. :-(
Ok, now your just confusing me.
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