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How would you know...from what I heard you weren't even allowed to touch the MANLY MANS book, much less read it...
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They are not PJ's.It is plain to see he has the MANLY glove on.This is all it takes to make any attire into SAILING ATTIRE.......

Please refer to MANLY MANS book.Chapter 37.Paragraph 2...
Get with the program...grrrrrrr

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What, he's going to stand around doing nothing next week. That's what he does when he "works".
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Unless it's in Wyoming/Montana or other states with large sheep farms...
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You know, my wife has a pair of sailing gloves that look just like Giu's and that doesn't bother me at all...I just glad she doesn't wear girlie looking shorts like that. UGH!
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Not much time...I am in Madrid now

1) Those are bading shorts, not pijamas, and were a gift from my wife. She got me, Fred and Luis the shorts. They are actually mens stuff.

2) Those are designer bathing shorts, that unfortunately you cave men Americans, that eat with your baseball caps in your heads, indoors, burp, fart, and have no table manners would never understand..mainly because they do not come in camouflage, Larry the Cable guy squares, and NAscar numbers....it's really above your head...you unsofisticated pricks.. They are sailing shorts...but what would you know...you wallmart thieves...go back to Target shopping...

But should you one day become refined...(I doubt it)...see here and you can see mine..and here where you see dad and son with them. Mine are called Moorea blue cabanas

2) Mgm..that was not nice...but I will get back to you soon...I have a wife and 2 kids....

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Those shorts look like they were made out of genuine French spinnaker cloth!
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I'm just Thankful, given the season, that they aren't Speedos!!
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Not much time...I am in Madrid now

1) Those are bading shorts, not pijamas, and were a gift from my wife. She got me, Fred and Luis the shorts. They are actually mens stuff.

2) Those are designer bathing shorts, that unfortunately you cave men Americans, that eat with your baseball caps in your heads, indoors, burp, fart, and have no table manners would never understand..mainly because they do not come in camouflage, Larry the Cable guy squares, and NAscar numbers....it's really above your head...you unsofisticated pricks.. They are sailing shorts...but what would you know...you wallmart thieves...go back to Target shopping...

But should you one day become refined...(I doubt it)...see here and you can see mine..and here where you see dad and son with them. Mine are called Moorea blue cabanas

2) Mgm..that was not nice...but I will get back to you soon...I have a wife and 2 kids....


That's ok Giu. Some people just don't understand class when they see it. I have a pair of Tommy Bahamas that are similar. My Wife got them for me as well. Very comfortable.
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