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Old June 20th, 2012, 08:40 AM
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Not sure what the status issue on this, I would be in for 2 in a size L. Will these eve a pocket on the front?
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Old June 20th, 2012, 08:45 AM
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Without the "passport" background the "visa stamps" image has no context. The original pirated artwork is the best, by far. Might as well put a Land Rover logo on the front; in for a penny, in for a pound as they say.
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Old June 20th, 2012, 08:46 AM
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I vote for just the stamps without the book image. It will be more breathable as mentioned above. I can't stand huge blocks of screen printing that make you sweat instantly
I concur with Jeff.

Either way I'm in for a Large.
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Old June 20th, 2012, 08:51 AM
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I'm in for a M. Don't really care what they look like.
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Old June 20th, 2012, 09:13 AM
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I'm with you on this. I feel as though wearing a Land Rover shirt while driving a Defender is like wearing an artists/band's shirt to the same concert - a little geeky IMO.

Just the truck made from stamps, maybe the passport background and for those that absolutely must have something else to clutter a perfectly good concept, how about italacized "your passport to adventure" under the picture, or on the chest pocket area?
I don't want to be THAT GUY wearing Porsche hat, Porsche sunglasses, driving shoes and a Member's Only jacket while attending a PCA member event! I'm sure most of you know what I'm getting at. I'll drive my Defender pretty much anywhere (work meetings, weddings, cocktail parties, woods etc.) and to any event wearing a wide range of clothes, but you won't see me wearing a Land Rover shirt while driving a Land Rover.

While not quite the image of a porsche guy wearing a members only jacket and dark glasses, I love wearing my green when driving. Put me in the "that guy" category. I'm loud and proud. Peer pressure won't get me to take my Rover shirts off. I think deliberately taking a rover shirt off before driving is not far from wearing one in the first place.
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Old June 20th, 2012, 01:18 PM
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You still wear mediums?
Josh, some of us like to keep in shape
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hey I've been hitting the gym 3 times a week the past few months to get back into my old svelte shape. I just thought mediums were for highschoolers.
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hey I've been hitting the gym 3 times a week the past few months to get back into my old svelte shape. I just thought mediums were for highschoolers.

Easy now, how can I accentuate my phsyique unless I wear an X-Small UnderArmor shirt?

Speaking of UnderArmor, can we have them printed on that instead?
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Old June 20th, 2012, 02:32 PM
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hey I've been hitting the gym 3 times a week the past few months to get back into my old svelte shape. I just thought mediums were for highschoolers.
smediums are for highschoolers
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You don't need gym all you need is liquid diet. By autumn you'll be in size medium

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Old June 20th, 2012, 03:13 PM
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You don't need gym all you need is liquid diet. By autumn you'll be in size medium
That has been the issue. My liquid diet of Moscow Muels, G&Ts, Knob Creek, and Coors Lite have not yielded the results I was hoping for.
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Coors Light is basically water with Calories.
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That has been the issue. My liquid diet of Moscow Muels, G&Ts, Knob Creek, and Coors Lite have not yielded the results I was hoping for.
Moscows are standard operating procedure where I'm from and it was a huge blow to our little world when Oprah declared them to be "a cool drink" about a yeat ago. They may become "post peak", but I'll still be sipping them all summer.

BTW, you've got to use Barritts ginger beer (or Fenteman's if you can find it). The Goslings shit is too sweet! Jus Sayin.
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Extra Ginger Brew by Reed's is the best in my opinion. Maybe this can be on the front of the shirt.
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I'm looking forward to trying Reed's if I can get it locally.

Funny how I had six copper mugs two years ago, now I'm down to two or three.
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I'm looking forward to trying Reed's if I can get it locally.

Funny how I had six copper mugs two years ago, now I'm down to two or three.
Goya Ginger Beer is the spiciest I have found and Reed's is too sweet as well. IMAO
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Goya Ginger Beer is the spiciest I have found and Reed's is too sweet as well. IMAO
+1 on the Goya. Definitely spicy.
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