I am a sober member of Alcoholics Anonymous. Sober, by the Grace of God, since July 24, 1984.
Oh dear.I assume that you are not aware of the meaning of different colored bandanas in the gay subculture.You may get an interesting comment or two.hehehehehehehehe
EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEK! I had no idea! What have I done?!?!?!
my dad is the first person I knew who carried those, but he called them handkerchiefs and actually used them to blow noses in. Now that I'm grown and don't need dad to wipe my nose (most of the time) I use them to cover my hair while motorcycle riding or playing ball. What do you use them for?
Now when I go out shopping I will be looking for pink and lavender ones for you!I see you and bandannas too,JJ
hmmm are you in a gang?? : - )
OK, here is the deal. I carry them in my pocket when I am running - simply to blow my nose in when it is cold outside and my nose runs. Or to wipe the sweat off my brow. That's it. No gang affiliation or gay symbolism. I just like pretty colors and I think bandannas are pretty. The top (red) one used to belong to my drunken former boyfriend (the cowboy). He always has one with him. My father used to always have a starched white handkerchief - which I think is SO MANLY.
I think there is a meeting for that addiction....:)We used to call them Frisbee Helmets.
Frisbee helmets? Huh?I have a bit of a collection, but they're from my (ahem) wilder days...Take care!
I did a little research on the meanings of the colors and I laughed my butt off when I saw what the yellow one means.
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