Discussion in 'College Football Forum' started by MAIZEandBLUE09, Jul 31, 2013.
LOL i guess you've had some crazy things happen to you in life!!
Well if you don’t want to be caught in public in tights under hoops shorts, don’t ever try it. You’ll be hooked. I wear cabelas black stretch thermals under my jeans in the winter. One day I threw my Nike hoops shorts over them and went to the grocery store and didn’t change for 3 days.
The awkward looks people give you aren’t noticed after day 2. “Yeah, I’m a Dad who wears tights under my shorts, what of it?” Lol
Yeah, I read a study that said that the science behind the compression fad is pretty flimsy.
LOL unless it is carbon fiber and actually supplementing tendons via some sort of high tension it isnt doing shit lmfao
When I was a cargo short wearer, my safari pockets were always hanging up on something.
Well, I am kind of in shape, but I’m really tall and still carry 250 pounds. They help me quite a bit.
I am too lazy to dig mine out, i dont wear them often but my "cargo shorts" dont have pockets that hang off they all lay flat and are made of light weight material. They dont stick out unless you were to put something in them lol. I remember when i was young and had some of the first cargo pants ever yea they stuck out no matter if they were empty or not. I also remember my first pair of JNCO jeans lmfao the retarded shit i did when iw as younger
Say it with me. PLah Seee Bow
We call this the Placebo effect
Don’t sweat it. I still do retarded things, like wearing yoga pants under basketball shorts. Heck, I still wear long johns under regular shorts too, ya know, like the whole Pearl Jam look. It never left the PNW. Ha
Yes, but in many cases (including this one), perception is reality.
Goofy, just goofy
Probably. Placebo effect can be on par with peace of mind.
the placebo effect is actually proven to provide benefits, so long as the user/subject believes in it.
Ive always wished i could get some placebo
for sure less stress/anxiety frees you to be looser and uninhibited to perform better.
I mean, $100 mm NBA players seem to think it works. Nearly all of them are wearing them under their shorts.
I used to be over 300lbs too. At 6’6” that was killing my knees and feet. Still have feet issues from playing basketball. But my feet and knees thank me daily for carrying a lot less weight. I used to look like an offensive lineman now I look More like an aging tight end.
That's true, but generally speaking, NBA players are fuckwits.
LOL they just looking to get paid
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