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Drew Maynard
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Post by Drew Maynard » 19 Sep 2005 21:01

sheesh, now we've seen it all. help me, my eyes have rolled so far back in my head, i can't see straight. lol.

porn actors, sm fetish boys, lol....i love a parade! lol....

(cue the circus music)

OM- classic. dude where have you been hiding....

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Post by Oxidizing Material » 19 Sep 2005 21:07

Vinland wrote:OM- classic. dude where have you been hiding....


I've been busy since I just started university AND got a job as a nightclub bouncer

But I'm always here!

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Post by Van der Waal » 19 Sep 2005 21:25

Oxidizing Material wrote:
Vinland wrote:OM- classic. dude where have you been hiding....


I've been busy since I just started university AND got a job as a nightclub bouncer

But I'm always here!


OM, I'm a bouncer, as well. Good money, that it is.

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Post by Von Schwerin » 19 Sep 2005 23:33

Let's stop effing about and get back on topic.
Fat old Farb posing last month... Theatre - Normandy, August 1944....

EVERYTHING Correct - White, European, Non Circumcised, Grey Cotton Service shirt collar attached, Schilfgrun M43 Drillich - dirty and creased , Feldmutze Alter Art (nicely crushed), Original triangular bandage as a neckscarf, Drillich Panzer Over trousers - dirty and faded, Wool socks, RAU Low boots, erkennungsmarke on a leather lace, MP40 pouches with original mags and loader, P.38 in hardshell, Walther Mod 38 Leuchtpistole in correct holster, Original Map case, Belt and buckle as well as straps supporting Repro eirgranate38, repro beobachtungsuhr (me watch) Picture posed for AFPU project, oh - original whistle and lanyard and all awards are either earned or qualified for via length of service or points accumulated in the GROUP I belong to.

Can we stop shimpfing now please? :D
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Cessna
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Post by Cessna » 20 Sep 2005 00:33

Your hat is on crooked.



Kidding! I'm kidding!

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Post by Kurz Patrone » 20 Sep 2005 04:34

I woulnd want to be under your command Von Schwerin you seen like a mean officer,
look at all those medals!
Great display of gear mate,congrats.
Mauro.

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Post by Von Schwerin » 20 Sep 2005 07:11

He he! The grenades are purely there to ensure my men leap forwards to hurl back the invader! (A little trick I learned from SS Meyer!)

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Post by Pzgr-Wolf » 20 Sep 2005 07:45

Oxidizing Material wrote:
paulmfjr2 wrote:Not against people having fun, but I am sure that there are better, more appropriate forums to display there fantasy costumes.


You'd be right if that's what this was about. Let's revist the original post again, shall we?

There's a reenactment photos thread, a helmet thread, and plenty of other threads with photos - but no thread with user photos!


And herein we find the content: User photos, a photo of the user that's posting.

In kit? Sure. Necessarily? NEIN.


He pretty much read my mind..

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Post by paulmfjr2 » 20 Sep 2005 11:50

[quote="BDMhistorian"]Okay. There's a reenactment photos thread, a helmet thread, and plenty of other threads with photos - but no thread with user photos! I think it would be really nice to put faces with the user names here, preferably in your "kit" so we can all recognize each other if we happen to meet at events.

Now thats a full quote, and as 90% of the people that post on here show themselves in their WWII reenactment kit I would pressume that is what this thread is for. As I dont intend to take part on 'SS fetish/wolfenstein rememberance/rubber/goth/shock horrer/lets scare grandma/look at me arn't I cool/quick where's my gimp mask' events I would not recognise you and therefore see these type of members pictures inapropriate, pardon me for staying on track!!!!!.

Hi Von Scwherin, nice pics as usual, nice to see a WWII REENACTOR pic.

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Post by Oxidizing Material » 20 Sep 2005 12:48

paulmfjr2 wrote:As I dont intend to take part on 'SS fetish/wolfenstein rememberance/rubber/goth/shock horrer/lets scare grandma/look at me arn't I cool/quick where's my gimp mask' events I would not recognise you and therefore see these type of members pictures inapropriate, pardon me for staying on track!!!!!.



And yet, you're still wrong

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Post by Hoover » 20 Sep 2005 13:15

Hi @ all 8)

here are my pics:

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The American

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...and the German.

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Post by Askold » 20 Sep 2005 18:16

Pzgr-Wolf


My clothing wasnt fantasy mind you... Im actually wearing a german rubberised motorcyclist's coat.. -_-"


Are you an actual officer in an actual unit, or just a dress up?

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Post by Pzgr-Wolf » 21 Sep 2005 03:00

Askold wrote:Pzgr-Wolf


My clothing wasnt fantasy mind you... Im actually wearing a german rubberised motorcyclist's coat.. -_-"


Are you an actual officer in an actual unit, or just a dress up?


I am the CO in my reenactment group but my rank isnt an officer rank.

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Post by Pzgr-Wolf » 22 Sep 2005 10:08

Anyone does Kriegsmarine impression here?

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Post by Von Schwerin » 22 Sep 2005 18:42

No No Herr Wulf - "Dom Sub" doesn't have ANYTHING to do with the Kriegsmarine!!!!!
(Sorry - I just COUDN'T resist!)

Leave it alone now guys PLEEEEEZE! 8O

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