1. Accuses a random guy of one of the worst possible offenses imaginable. Realizes it’s the wrong guy.

  2. Accept the fact that you live in the real world, and people have different opinions than you.

  3. I said find proof. Not find a conservative newscasters opinion. She even says "is it dementia? I dont know".

  4. Im still waiting. Oh, you dont have any evidence you say? Ok I get it, you are delusional and brainwashed.

  5. There’s no point in arguing with a fool like you.

  6. “Y’all wanna hangout at the cornfields and take our shirts off?”

  7. Why would you, as a complete stranger, put yourself in between two men fist fighting? Dudes gonna get himself killed.

  8. Probably early 2000’s because it’s made in Bangladesh, but still says Russell Corporation is located in Alexander City. Fruit of the Loom bought them out in 2006.

  9. Mid 60’s - early 70’s. People pay a pretty penny for vintage mohair on eBay.

  10. Thanks! Feel really lucky I was able to snag this at a flea market for $10

  11. Nice. I bought a mohair cardigan recently at the thrift for $6 and sold it the same day for $200, but you should rock it if it’s your style.

  12. Here’s the same tee in a different color way.

  13. “I’m bout to rock his shit br- REEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!”

  14. Dude has severe brain damage or he’s dead

  15. Unhinged, blabbering lunatic.

  16. Insufferable, cliche fuck boy

  17. “Do you want me to pay for my half?”

  18. The style and tags look 70’s

  19. Made in Brazil, so very modern. Vintage Russell will say made in Alexander City, AL.

  20. Old pair of Justin square toes I got years ago at a boot store

  21. There’s a Spider-Man shirt that Hyde wears at one one point that wasn’t made until the 90s

  22. I believe you’re thinking of Eric’s bedsheets

  23. Bring a pen and make it $2.00 👍🏻

  24. These are old military jump boots. Corcoran makes similar ones today.

  25. Looks like Rugby ceased operations in 1975. The black and gold tag, Sherpa lining, and buttons scream 70’s to me.

  26. The melted clocks look like the ones from “The Persistence of Memory” by Salvador Dali.

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