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    Thumbs down Boxers or Briefs?

    It's hard to believe that my dept will soon be issuing gaunch. I guess the city was concerned that to many calender boys were strutting around the dorm in "banana hammocks"? As much as i like free stuff, they decided are "twig and berries",would be best served wearing boxers. I dont know about you, but boxer shorts give me as much support for the "twins",as a mini skirt would. (not that i would know). Things have sure changed since i started 25 yrs. ago. I remember this one studly fellow who would hang his bunker pants and boots around his morning "wood", on his way to the shower. For me , a wet towel was my limit.


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    Boxer briefs: the best of both worlds.
    I remember this one studly fellow who would hang his bunker pants and boots around his morning "wood", on his way to the shower. For me , a wet towel was my limit.
    Two questions:
    1. Was his name "Dirk Diggler"?
    2. Why were you looking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by polecat View Post
    I remember this one studly fellow who would hang his bunker pants and boots around his morning "wood", on his way to the shower. For me , a wet towel was my limit.
    I knew you canucks did things a little differently up there...

    BUT DAMN!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainGonzo View Post
    Boxer briefs: the best of both worlds.


    Two questions:
    1. Was his name "Dirk Diggler"?
    2. Why were you looking?
    1.Actually no,he was a lad by the name of Will Knotts Big Willie to his friends
    2.Are you kidding! It's not every day you see that kind of talent. something to definately share with the grandkids one day.

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    I think I'm gonna need more options, guys!

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    Are the boxers red, safety green, or safety yellow?
    Even the burger-flippers at McDonald's probably have some McWackers.

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    I'm with the Good Captain....Errrrr, Ahhhhh.....*** Chief- BOXER BRIEFS.

    And as for polecat- "Boner, Ehh?"
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    This may get interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by KenNFD1219 View Post
    This may get interesting

    Is commando an option?

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    Check this thread out, polecat ....

    http://forums.firehouse.com/showthre...ghlight=boxers
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    Quote Originally Posted by FWDbuff View Post
    I'm with the Good Captain....Errrrr, Ahhhhh.....*** Chief- BOXER BRIEFS.

    And as for polecat- "Boner, Ehh?"
    Not an "*** chief".. Deputy in 10 days!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainGonzo View Post
    Not an "*** chief".. Deputy in 10 days!
    When I was Assistant Chief I once wore a department issued T-Shirt that had "Asst. Chief" on the left chest over the department logo. When I wore my white uniform shirt, the piece of material that reinforces the badge holes whould block out the "T. " and show the world that I was indeed the *** Chief.

    I soon changed to plain white t-shirts under my uniform shirt.
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    Boxer briefs here.........boxers occasionally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainGonzo View Post
    Not an "*** chief".. Deputy in 10 days!
    So does that mean that the good Captain must buy another new leather in white?


    You better take it to the MFA and roll it around in the hay to get it soiled so you don't get your stones busted too much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by polecat View Post
    1.Actually no,he was a lad by the name of Will Knotts Big Willie to his friends
    2.Are you kidding! It's not every day you see that kind of talent. something to definately share with the grandkids one day.
    Come one, surely I'm not the first one to get a laugh out of the irony that his nickname was "Big Willie." Or am I the first that couldn't resist the urge to point it out.

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    O.M.G.! I never new why he had that "handle" until you pointed that out. I should of figured that one out. Any idea why his wife is fondly referred to as "Big Virginia"?

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    And who is going to be the poor S.O.B. to check for complaince?

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    And who is going to be the poor S.O.B. to check for compliance? Double post. Sorry. How the hell do I delete one of them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by polecat View Post
    O.M.G.! I never new why he had that "handle" until you pointed that out. I should of figured that one out. Any idea why his wife is fondly referred to as "Big Virginia"?
    OMG is right!!! Bad polecat, bad!
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