|April 12th, 2006, 08:49 PM||#1|
Yooper In Training
Join Date: 03-29-06
Location: Fowlertucky, MI
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Khaki TJ on Walton
Today at 5pm, turning from Walton to Dixie Hwy. I was first in the left lane going straight, you pulled up on the right. Khaki TJ, stock height, black factory wheels, BFG ATs, M.J. sticker on fender. I was in the blue Dodge on 35s, not sure if you noticed me or not.
|April 13th, 2006, 08:57 AM||#3|
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The color khaki comes from the Persian word khak (through Urdu), meaning dust covered or earth colored. It has been used by many armies around the world for camouflage uniforms. Most notably, khaki was used by the British Army in India in 1848.
Nowadays, it is a standard color for semi-formal dress pants.
The name is also incorrectly used to describe a green colour similar to Asparagus or Pale Sea Green, especially by the linen/textile/lingerie industries.
He had a steady job and watched what he spent.
He'd say I don't believe in payin' no goddamn rent.
I'll squirrel away every goddamn cent
and buy my own damn house in Kalamazoo.
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