Because all the cool people leave the stickers on their FITTED hats
Don't get me started on FITTED hats
Last edited by ixcuincle; June-14th-2011 at 08:53 PM.
Flat billed hats look retarded.
NO Pressure, No Diamonds, KNOW Pressure, Know Diamonds!
Griffin said that he was going to watch the game with his family and that he will never attend a Super Bowl if he needs a ticket to get in.
I just don't think traditional logos should be messed with. A lot of the fitted hats use unconventional color schemes which are not associated with the team. That does not fly in my book.
Braves have some good throwback hats though. Tiny cursive a with the blue background is kickass. Also the Orioles smiling bird throwback is classic. You can rock classic hats and the hats the team wears now. You cannot however wear light green or light blue W Nationals hats. That just makes no sense.
Last edited by ixcuincle; June-14th-2011 at 09:51 PM.
If I ever see any player wear that I may pass out.
Last edited by ixcuincle; June-14th-2011 at 10:08 PM.
^^ Is that when Deion poured the bucket on McCarver?
I see variations of such hideous colors on hats almost every day on the metro. It's always funny seeing a bunch of people dressed up all professional and then there's that one 25 year old cool guy wearing his rainbow colored flat billed hat.
Just joined a random game of Conquest in BF:BC2, and my team was getting base raped. So I parachute in and I look down and there are enemies swarming everywhere. I somehow survive the jump and target a guy who is by himself. And before my feet even hit the ground I bury my knife into the top of his head! Lol So awesome.
I ran over a dead bird today with the lawnmower. I thought it was a sparrow, so I didnt feel bad...then my mother told me it was a dead baby robin, then I felt bad.
Last edited by Bubble Screen; June-15th-2011 at 01:44 AM.
Everytime I see this picture I took of my daughter, I wonder what she sees.
I believe my job as a parent is to give my kids all the blocks they need to build a life in which they can attempt to reach everything they strive for and see anything they can imagine. In a world where everybody finds it easier to destroy than build, I wish for my kids to experience the joy of seeing something for the first time and the love of creating something new.
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