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okie 04-19-2013 12:43

Skulls and crossbones.
 
A lot of the stuff we sell at Wal Mart has skulls and crossbones in it, what's your opinion of them:headscratch:

Bushflyr 04-19-2013 12:44

I'd find it....

Arrrrggravating.

okie 04-19-2013 12:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bushflyr (Post 20201759)
I'd find it....

Arrrrggravating.

As do I my friend:supergrin:

CitizenOfDreams 04-19-2013 13:09

They are getting long in the tooth.

el_jewapo 04-19-2013 13:12

You should have put a "Don't drink it" option in the poll. That's what I'd have chosen.

GVFlyer 04-19-2013 13:22

I thought this thread was going to be about Yale.

:cool:

tarpleyg 04-19-2013 13:23

<--- What do you think?

DonMerlin 04-19-2013 13:24

A little goes a long way

tarpleyg 04-19-2013 13:25

Of course, my GGGGGrandfather was Cpt. Robert Maynard so maybe I just have a really screwed up sense of humor.

BEER 04-19-2013 13:46

i like skulls minus the crossbones. i do not like skulls because they are "evil" or "badass" or any of that other goth/biker/punk rock crap. i like skulls because they are the container of the human brain which holds all our information and controls all our bodily functions. skulls are also like snow flakes and no two are the same.

i have a lot of skull items but unfortunately most of them are the typical biker or goth type skulls because it's rather difficult to find anatomically accurate skulls without special ordering that sort of thing online.

427 04-19-2013 13:50

Walmart was selling Totenkopf shirts not too long ago.

okie 04-19-2013 14:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by tarpleyg (Post 20201900)
<--- What do you think?

I reckon you like'em my friend:supergrin:

okie 04-19-2013 14:21

Quote:

Originally Posted by GVFlyer (Post 20201898)
I thought this thread was going to be about Yale.

:cool:

Sorry to disappoint you my friend:embarassed::rofl:

Huaco Kid 04-19-2013 14:25

They go well with my baggy shorts, sideways cap and 13" bicycle I use when I hang around the 7-eleven. Never mind that I'm 32 years old...

mj9mm 04-19-2013 14:42

Arrgh! Now why are ye discriminating against pirates me matey?:rofl:

kensb2 04-19-2013 15:17

I'm ok with them. My wife makes skirts for skirt purses [a skirt purse is a purse that allows you to change the outside of the purse, while only having 1 purse. Basically an interchangeable cover for all of the 'too manly' men around here that don't know what they are]. She makes custom orders, and many of them have skull &/or crossbones on them in one way or another.

CBennett 04-19-2013 15:56

My option if it would have been in the Poll..Was I just dont care..if people(mostly kids) like them so be it. My kid has a few shirts like that and he just thinks they look cool. So be it..

cobalt327 04-19-2013 16:20

Very sophomoric in many cases IMHO. Maybe not as bad as all the florescent green"zombie" related items. http://www.chevelles.com/forums/imag...s/rolleyes.gif

Cmacc 04-19-2013 16:35

They belong flags, flown on pirate ships, operated by pirates.

JAS104 04-19-2013 16:39

Unless I be boardin English merchant vessels to take their tobacco, sugarcane, and spices, I ain't be flyin the skull n crossbones.

Just my 2 shillings.


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deputy tom 04-19-2013 16:56

When I was a little kid I had decals on my bike with skulls and couldn't wait to be grown up so I could get a Skull and Crossbones tattoo. I thought anything pirate related was the coolest. Over half a century later I still don't have a tattoo. I do however have several different Skull and bones T-shirts and a Skull ring like the one that Rolling Stones guy wears. I wouldn't wear them out of the house because I don't want to offend some people that associate these items with totenkopfs. Nowdays every weirdo kid has skinny jeans, Converse tennis shoes and a skull and bones something or other. To me it is no longer unique. YMMV. tom.:cool:

HollowHead 04-19-2013 17:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by 427 (Post 20201985)
Walmart was selling Totenkopf shirts not too long ago.

I remember that! HH

Huaco Kid 04-19-2013 17:27

Quote:

Originally Posted by deputy tom (Post 20202549)
When I was a little kid I had decals on my bike with skulls and couldn't wait to be grown up so I could get a Skull and Crossbones tattoo.

We would get the Jolly Roger flags and plastic skulls at the county fair each year and would use them to decorate the forts we built in the woods.

I preferred the skull tattoo with the snake going into and out of it's eye sockets.

deputy tom 04-19-2013 17:31

Quote:

Originally Posted by Huaco Kid (Post 20202668)
We would get the Jolly Roger flags and plastic skulls at the county fair each year and would use them to decorate the forts we built in the woods.

I preferred the skull tattoo with the snake going into and out of it's eye sockets.

Fun while we were kids. AAARRRR! I've seen a few of those Tatts as well. tom.:cool:

John Rambo 04-19-2013 17:36

I hoist a Jolly Roger once a year for the Gaspirilla celebration, commemorating a pirate who may or may never have existed.

Other than that, unless its some girl trying to be cute, they're ridiculous.


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