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    Re: Conn. boy finally takes off Packers jersey after 1,581 days

    The story title line is misleading. He didn't wear the jersey all day everyday. It was washed every other day.

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    Re: Conn. boy finally takes off Packers jersey after 1,581 days

    "singersp" wrote:
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    Who in thier right mind would wear a shirt that long.

    Heck I would think it would get so old it would get full of holes from so many washings and have to get retired or something like that.

    Only a yutz would think that a shirt is lucky enough do something stupid like that.

    ;D

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    That pic doesn't do "The Shirt" justice. You can't see all the holes that are in it.
    I also have a shirt on underneath it which kindof hides the holes as well.
    Itches to bad if you don't.
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    Re: Conn. boy finally takes off Packers jersey after 1,581 days

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Who in thier right mind would wear a shirt that long.

    Heck I would think it would get so old it would get full of holes from so many washings and have to get retired or something like that.

    Only a yutz would think that a shirt is lucky enough do something stupid like that.
    ;D

    [img width=450 height=337]http://i123.photobucket.com/albums/o310/mandy_star26/100_1522.jpg[/img]

    That pic doesn't do "The Shirt" justice. You can't see all the holes that are in it.
    I also have a shirt on underneath it which kindof hides the holes as well.
    Itches to bad if you don't.
    Let me guess. It's a wine red fishing T-shirt that has the word angler on it?

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    Re: Conn. boy finally takes off Packers jersey after 1,581 days

    "singersp" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Who in thier right mind would wear a shirt that long.

    Heck I would think it would get so old it would get full of holes from so many washings and have to get retired or something like that.

    Only a yutz would think that a shirt is lucky enough do something stupid like that.

    ;D

    [img width=450 height=337]http://i123.photobucket.com/albums/o310/mandy_star26/100_1522.jpg[/img]

    That pic doesn't do "The Shirt" justice. You can't see all the holes that are in it.
    I also have a shirt on underneath it which kindof hides the holes as well.
    Itches to bad if you don't.
    Let me guess. It's a wine red fishing T-shirt that has the word angler on it?
    Exactly.
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    Re: Conn. boy finally takes off Packers jersey after 1,581 days


    If Singer can wear the same underware and get away with it for 3,000 plus days straight, I don't see anything wrong with the kid and his shirt also.



    I wonder if the Vikings will hang Singers undies, in the ring of honor someday?


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    Re: Conn. boy finally takes off Packers jersey after 1,581 days

    "singersp" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Who in thier right mind would wear a shirt that long.

    Heck I would think it would get so old it would get full of holes from so many washings and have to get retired or something like that.

    Only a yutz would think that a shirt is lucky enough do something stupid like that.
    ;D

    [img width=450 height=337]http://i123.photobucket.com/albums/o310/mandy_star26/100_1522.jpg[/img]

    That pic doesn't do "The Shirt" justice. You can't see all the holes that are in it.
    I also have a shirt on underneath it which kindof hides the holes as well.
    Itches to bad if you don't.
    Let me guess. It's a wine red fishing T-shirt that has the word angler on it?
    nah... in big bold letters it says [size=10pt]Property of WildWoman, interfere with at your peril...[/size]
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    Re: Conn. boy finally takes off Packers jersey after 1,581 days

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    GREEN BAY, Wis. - David Witthoft finally shunned his Brett Favre jersey for a red shirt for the first time in 1,581 days. The 12-year-old Ridgefield, Conn. boy wore the No. 4 jersey every day since receiving it as a gift for Christmas in 2003.

    David's father, Chuck Witthoft, said Monday that his son's last day wearing the jersey was April 23 on his 12th birthday. Witthoft conceded his son was starting to become more concerned about his appearance after the jersey barely came down to his belt line............
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    Re: Conn. boy finally takes off Packers jersey after 1,581 days

    "singersp" wrote:
    The story title line is misleading. He didn't wear the jersey all day everyday. It was washed every other day.
    Cheesehead apologist.
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    Re: Conn. boy finally takes off Packers jersey after 1,581 days

    "Prophet" wrote:
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    The story title line is misleading. He didn't wear the jersey all day everyday. It was washed every other day.
    Cheesehead apologist.
    Not at all. It's just another example of stupid cheesdicks making more out of something that it really is/was.

    I can hear them now, "When is the last time one of your fans wore a jersey for over 1,500 days? What's that? Oh, that's right, no Viking fan has made it that far."

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    Re: Conn. boy finally takes off Packers jersey after 1,581 days

    "singersp" wrote:
    The story title line is misleading. He didn't wear the jersey all day everyday. It was washed every other day.
    Singer is right. This kids dad was on the radio here in enemy territory and said this along with that he did not always wear it as a main shirt but as an undershirt. This whole thing is a plot to get attention and free autographs from Favre. He has already got a bunch because of this. He stated that he hopes to be included in the retirement of his jersey during the opener.

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