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Are we all dressing is similar wear or what.......

I was going to go for the Plunging Pyrate....Clam diggers, stripped shirt, skull cap,

eye patch, and a plunger for a sword.......
 

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I was thinking about just my swim trunks and wearing a small plunger, like the one in Snowmaker's and Bosses picture in the original thread, strapped on to my head. Oh, and wet shoes of course.
 

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QUOTE(samson @ Jan 29 2004, 02:34 PM)I was thinking about just my swim trunks and wearing a small plunger, like the one in Snowmaker's and Bosses picture in the original thread, strapped on to my head. Oh, and wet shoes of course.

Have to go out and buy a small plunger. Where do you think I can buy wet shoes at this time of year?
 

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QUOTE(edeenorog @ Jan 29 2004, 02:28 PM)The least amount of clothes possible...easier to get dry and warm afterward.

Good Point! Plus Baby doll is worried about the costume.


What do you think?
 

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If it's what I'm thinking, won't that hold a whole lot of freezing a$$, cold water?????
May be kind of difficult to get out of when you get out of the water, and believe me........you're going to want to get dry and warm a.s.a.p.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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QUOTE(samson @ Feb 1 2004, 11:43 AM)If it's what I'm thinking, won't that hold a whole lot of freezing a$$, cold water?????
May be kind of difficult to get out of when you get out of the water, and believe me........you're going to want to get dry and warm a.s.a.p.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I think you are right!

So a pair of trunks and a make shift LSCN/SOSCL t shirt
 

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Since we're supposed to be the LSCN Plungers I figure the little LSCN tee shirt for the plunge itself and the SOSCL sweatshirt for warming up of course still need to get a plunger to hold on to.
 
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