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Always cool to hang out with your “bro’s” while grinding! Just don’t so “Ranbunctios” as Rob Dierdeck would say. That y’all get brought home home in the back seat of the old Crown Victoria wearing the stylish chrome bracelets behind your back........Unless of course you’re into that kind of thing and I’m well aware of a few freaky pervy skater boys and skater girls that actually do enjoy such ( that’s a story for another forum though )!

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Back when I was in grade school, a lot of girls also wore overalls. Some girls wore overalls with cheaply made buckles that would come undone if the person shrugged their shoulders or walked around. I felt tempted to tap the person on the shoulder and say, "Hey, your strap just came undone", but I was too embarrassed to do that. I would watch the person to see how long it would take them to notice that their strap came undone. Then I would watch as they buckled the strap back to the bib. I don't know why, but for some reason I found that fascinating.

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...When I was young, I went to a day camp while school was out for the summer. One day, I saw another camper that was wearing overalls, but one of his straps was all twisted up. Feeling a little bit braver, I got their attention and said, "Hey, dude I think your strap is all twisted around. Want me to help you fix it."

"Sure," the camper said.

I unfastened the twisted strap from the bib, un-twisted it so that is was straight and then re-attached it to the bib.

The camper was thankful that I had noticed and let him know what was going on. I was glad that I was able to help out.



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