Thread: No Fear

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    • 7 years 5 months ago
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    Was I the only one who wore these shirts constantly? In middle school my entire wardrobe consisted of blue jeans and No Fear shirts and other variants such as Fear This. I remember my favorite was a green one that had a football on the front that said on the back "I want to see your game. Not hear your mouth." Dad hated the shirts. He's never been a big fan of people running their mouth and he thought it was just some punk kids way of doing that...
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      • 7 years 5 months ago
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      I never owned one of those shirts, but when I was in school, kids wore those shirts all the time.
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        I never did know WTF that no fear stuff was about. I saw decals in car windows when I was in my early 20s, but never knew where any of it came from.
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          • 7 years 5 months ago
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          I used to wear those shirts until I crapped my pants. Long story.
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            • 7 years 5 months ago
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            wore them back in the day and im still wearing them today. about a third of the shirts i have are no fear.
            i had a couple favorites back in middle school. "what are you a man or a mouse" and "Bottom of the ninth. Bases loaded. Full Count. Two Outs. No Fear"
            yesterday i wore a no fear shirt. "I know you are fast, cause i was haulin ass when i passed you"
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              I never had these, or any other fad clothing becasue of how poor we were lol. But my dad hated them, so I found him a decal for his truck once that said "Some Fear, cuz if you've never been scared you're not going as fast as you could" he loved that.
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                • 7 years 5 months ago
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                lol your dad is cool. I would hang out with him.
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                  I wore a couple of the shirts my freshman and sophomore year.
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                    Quote by Baburu
                    I never had these, or any other fad clothing becasue of how poor we were lol. But my dad hated them, so I found him a decal for his truck once that said "Some Fear, cuz if you've never been scared you're not going as fast as you could" he loved that.


                    I understand the poor thing! I either got them for Christmas or a birthday or I bought them myself. I know this may be a southern thing, but I started working for people out in the hayfields while I was in middle school all throughout the summer to earn money for my school clothes and any trips for school b/c mom and dad couldn't really afford it.
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                      • 7 years 5 months ago
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                      You couldn't be proper white trash without a No Fear sticker on your truck window.
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                        Quote by CleverHans
                        You couldn't be proper white trash without a No Fear sticker on your truck window.


                        I will need you to clarify that statement. Are we talking a newer model truck or 80's model with a mismatched cab and bed?
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                        In my final meeting with the gods from the heavens above, as they spoke to me and hit me with the power of the Ultimate Warrior, they told me Exit stage left! Exit stage rig
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                          • 7 years 5 months ago
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                          I'd say all of the above. Now if you had an "ain't skeered" sticker, you were on a whole other level.
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                            Quote by CleverHans
                            You couldn't be proper white trash without a No Fear sticker on your truck window.
                            Been there done that.
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