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Once upon a time, I used to work on a college newspaper. The paper was halfway-decent, with some really strong writers, editors, and layouters. And it turned into a really tight-knit group — probably the result of a lot of late nights spent together drunk on Country-Time Lemonade and laser printer fumes. Now, when I […] The post #938 Old faithful sweatpants appeared first on 1000 Awesome Things.
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#938 Sweatpants aka track pants aka jogging pants

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