Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by scrapman21009, Nov 23, 2011.
As long as he doesn't move
Ha! Reminds me of the Muppets, and their old Studebaker they painted up!
Now that's camo!
I had a lady co-worker once who was wearing a greenish floral pattern.....
I told her it would make some great camo! She was not amused.
I had a Hawaiian shirt like that!
I could have HIDDEN in OPEN sight, down in the Haight and Asbury area!
Some people have NO sense of humor, or reality for that matter!
Over the years all my clothes purchases have been for subdued colors--mostly browns, greens, tans, and such. By wearing them it does not bring attention to yourself like wearing camo does. I tend to check out people's belt lines and pocket shapes especially those who peak my attention.
Bibs and dark shirt is all that is needed !!!!
When you step into the shadows you should virtually disappear.
Green flannel shirts are as good as camo down here.
I favor greens, tans and browns too, though I also have some dark blue shirts - they can disappear into shadows pretty well. My pants are all black or dark blue. I despise light colors......
The message is as always. Dress like the locals. (Or as some might say, look like the landscape.)
Heck, here in Bubbaville, west side of Tallytown, camo is a standard mode of dress for EVERYBODY - men, women, kids...... Sometimes you stick out more by NOT wearing camo!
I usually don't have to wait in a supernarket queue
I usually don't have to wait in a supernarket queue when I go shopping in my ghillie suit....it's like the parting of the red sea....otherwise I wear what everyone else's wearing and wait my turn.
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