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In Order To Avoid Becoming A Complete Slob

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... and staying in pajamas all day while isolating,  I told my wife we should dress for dinner. 
 

What do you think?

 

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No hats at the table!!! Other than that yer fine!!:P

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3 minutes ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

No hats at the table!!! Other than that yer fine!!:P

  • Don’t forget “Crown Down”. :D

CJ

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I think the shirt is too dark, and the scarf is pointed towards the wrong shoulder.

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Loosen that buckle a notch and your good to go......

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Ya forgot the other hand rest.

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Impressionist, not a copycat.

 

;)

 

 

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Do your pants have a 6-inch cuff in them?

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Who's the picture of the ugly guy in the background?   Looks like some low down, high smilin', no-account...

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All my shootin clothes are back home. But of course my daily wear is western. I think I’m sliding toward slovenly though. Didn’t shave today. I do get some odd looks from the millenials here when I go out for some exercise. :lol:

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Your rifle ain’t a 92.

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12 hours ago, Birdgun Quail, SASS #63663 said:

Who's the picture of the ugly guy in the background?   Looks like some low down, high smilin', no-account...

 

Them is fightin' words Pilgrim.

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3 hours ago, Utah Bob #35998 said:

All my shootin clothes are back home. But of course my daily wear is western. I think I’m sliding toward slovenly though. Didn’t shave today. I do get some odd looks from the millenials here when I go out for some exercise. :lol:

Stop wearing shorts might help....

 

Texas Lizard

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46 minutes ago, Texas Lizard said:

Stop wearing shorts might help....

 

Texas Lizard

Short what? :P

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35 minutes ago, Badger Mountain Charlie SASS #43172 said:

Well, Pilgrim, you are missing a hog laig, ain't cha?


Nope, all present and accounted for.  Remember I was headed to the dinner table and house rules are no guns in the dining room!!

 

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9 minutes ago, J-BAR #18287 said:


Nope, all present and accounted for.  Remember I was headed to the dinner table and house rules are no guns in the dining room!!

 

:D

Well, that thing you're holding in your left hand don't look like no soup spoon. ^_^

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It went back in the rack.

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Where do ya put yer lever action while yer eating ?

other than that Beef is whats for supper !!

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6 minutes ago, Okiepan said:

Where do ya put yer lever action while yer eating ?

other than that Beef is whats for supper !!


Now the location of my guns, that’s a closely guarded secret.

 

Dinner on that particular evening was a venison stew, cornbread and slaw on the side.

 

All of you should be so lucky.

 

;)

 

 

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Well Pard, with that attire you can sit down at my dinner table anytime,  oh ya and side arms are allowed.

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On 4/5/2020 at 6:18 PM, Rye Miles #13621 said:

No hats at the table!!! Other than that yer fine!!:P

That kind of begs the question, in the U.S., do real cowboys remove their hats when dining in a restaurant?  In western Canada, real cowboys do not remove their hat when eating in a restaurant, bar or in A&W etc.   I'm not a real cowboy and I do not remove my cowboy hat in a restaurantit's just an  accepted custom.

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7 minutes ago, Buffalo Creek Law Dog said:

That kind of begs the question, in the U.S., do real cowboys remove their hats when dining in a restaurant?  In western Canada, real cowboys do not remove their hat when eating in a restaurant, bar or in A&W etc.   I'm not a real cowboy and I do not remove my cowboy hat in a restaurantit's just an  accepted custom.

Well I was raised to take my hat off at the table. But a lot of guys were not.

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1 hour ago, Buffalo Creek Law Dog said:

That kind of begs the question, in the U.S., do real cowboys remove their hats when dining in a restaurant?  In western Canada, real cowboys do not remove their hat when eating in a restaurant, bar or in A&W etc.   I'm not a real cowboy and I do not remove my cowboy hat in a restaurantit's just an  accepted custom.

 

Since all those easterners moved west, leaving your hat on a peg unattended is asking to have it take legs and walk.

I had my Stetson "exchanged" that way a couple of years ago. The one left in it's place was a smaller sized, cheap copy that wasn't even the same shade.

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2 hours ago, Buffalo Creek Law Dog said:

That kind of begs the question, in the U.S., do real cowboys remove their hats when dining in a restaurant?  In western Canada, real cowboys do not remove their hat when eating in a restaurant, bar or in A&W etc.   I'm not a real cowboy and I do not remove my cowboy hat in a restaurantit's just an  accepted custom.

I take mine off if there is anywhere safe and clean enough near , like an empty chair or booth at the table. Even do so with a cap. Just part of my upbringing.

But , nowdays it is not out of reach , or sight. A few decades ago you could use an eating place's hatrack with no worries (in West Texas , anyway). Like Cold Lake Kid , I wouldn't do it now. Anywhere.

Rex :D

 

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18 hours ago, J-BAR #18287 said:


Nope, all present and accounted for.  Remember I was headed to the dinner table and house rules are no guns in the dining room!!

 

:D

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19 hours ago, J-BAR #18287 said:

It went back in the rack.

I'm assuming a wall gun rack....right?

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11 minutes ago, Birdgun Quail, SASS #63663 said:

I'm assuming a wall gun rack....right?


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