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  1. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    19 Dec '16 17:12
    I'm seriously considering buying myself a tank top. Not owned one since 1987 but have heard they are back in fashion. (Was told so by the milkman, so must be true, right?)

    I'm going for green, naturally, but still in a quandary whether or not I can wear it with jeans. Fashion advice greatly appreciated (though obviously not from Robbie).
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    19 Dec '16 17:20
    Originally posted by Ghost of a Duke
    I'm seriously considering buying myself a tank top. Not owned one since 1987 but have heard they are back in fashion. (Was told so by the milkman, so must be true, right?)

    I'm going for green, naturally, but still in a quandary whether or not I can wear it with jeans. Fashion advice greatly appreciated (though obviously not from Robbie).
    Have you been working out?

    I think 'guns' are a requirement for men to wear a tank top.
  3. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    19 Dec '16 17:56
    Originally posted by chaney3
    Have you been working out?

    I think 'guns' are a requirement for men to wear a tank top.
    The Ghost is well armed.
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    19 Dec '16 18:01
    Originally posted by Ghost of a Duke
    The Ghost is well armed.
    Lol, lol.

    Excellent! Then by all means, purchase your tank top.

    "Sun's out.....Gun's out"
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    19 Dec '16 18:18
    Originally posted by Ghost of a Duke
    I'm seriously considering buying myself a tank top. Not owned one since 1987 but have heard they are back in fashion. (Was told so by the milkman, so must be true, right?)

    I'm going for green, naturally, but still in a quandary whether or not I can wear it with jeans. Fashion advice greatly appreciated (though obviously not from Robbie).
    I owned a Triumph TR4, British Racing Green. Went nice with Jean's tank top.
  6. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    19 Dec '16 18:25
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    I owned a Triumph TR4, British Racing Green. Went nice with Jean's tank top.
    Splendid. Can I still purchase a tank top without a Triumph TR4? (I hope so).
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    19 Dec '16 18:32
    Originally posted by Ghost of a Duke
    Splendid. Can I still purchase a tank top without a Triumph TR4? (I hope so).
    You are asking he wrong person. I am old and have forgotten. Bon chance though.
  8. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    19 Dec '16 18:43
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    You are asking the wrong person. I am old and have forgotten. Bon chance though.
    Great Big Sage, you are my 'go to guy.'

    I suddenly find myself adrift in a world of confusing fashion.
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    19 Dec '16 18:51
    Originally posted by Ghost of a Duke
    Great Big Sage, you are my 'go to guy.'

    I suddenly find myself adrift in a world of confusing fashion.
    The tank top should not be skin tight, they have a 'bad rap' attached to them.

    If you are 'well armed', a loose fitting tank top may be fashionable and well received, while subtly letting others know you are making no effort to show off your guns.
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    19 Dec '16 19:31
    Originally posted by chaney3
    The tank top should not be skin tight, they have a 'bad rap' attached to them.

    If you are 'well armed', a loose fitting tank top may be fashionable and well received, while subtly letting others know you are making no effort to show off your guns.
    Chaney3 is 'well armed', so this advice can be taken to the bank!!
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    19 Dec '16 20:24
    Originally posted by Ghost of a Duke
    I'm seriously considering buying myself a tank top. Not owned one since 1987 but have heard they are back in fashion. (Was told so by the milkman, so must be true, right?)

    I'm going for green, naturally, but still in a quandary whether or not I can wear it with jeans. Fashion advice greatly appreciated (though obviously not from Robbie).
    Tank top with jeans?
    OK so long as you tuck it in.

    Remember Northern Soul?
  12. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    19 Dec '16 20:491 edit
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    Tank top with jeans?
    OK so long as you tuck it in.

    Remember Northern Soul?
    Had to google them, as I didn't personally exist in the 60's.

    Regards
    Admiral Topknot (Anagram of 'I am Lord Tank Top' )
  13. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    19 Dec '16 20:50
    Originally posted by chaney3
    Chaney3 is 'well armed', so this advice can be taken to the bank!!
    Never wise sir to go to the bank well armed.

    😞
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    19 Dec '16 21:11
    Originally posted by Ghost of a Duke
    Never wise sir to go to the bank well armed.

    😞
    I just read that exact advice in a fortune cookie. 🙂
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    22 Dec '16 09:00
    Originally posted by Ghost of a Duke
    Had to google them, as I didn't personally exist in the 60's.

    Regards
    Admiral Topknot (Anagram of 'I am Lord Tank Top' )
    Kudos on the anagram
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