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Old 10-13-2013, 07:35 PM
 
Location: Northville, MI
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Oh, and considering its fall, do you have sweatshirts with your favorite football team's logo. Its an item all of you football fans out there would like to own.

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Pats had an amazing 4th quarter comeback. As a fan, I am proud
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Old 10-13-2013, 07:50 PM
 
Location: Wonderland
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Oh, and considering its fall, do you have sweatshirts with your favorite football team's logo. Its an item all of you football fans out there would like to own.

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Pats had an amazing 4th quarter comeback. As a fan, I am proud
As a Saints fan, I am loyally wearing my Saints gear as we speak. And yes, of course I have Saints sweatshirts and blankets...and coasters, flags, you name it. Hey, I need a Saints scarf. I'll pick one up in New Orleans in a few weeks!

That was some game. My son in law is a huge Patriots fan - I'll never hear the end of this. I'm a sweet MIL though, I always get him Patriots stuff for Christmas...and get my daughter Saints stuff (better looking stuff). That's how I roll! I even bought them two beautiful lamps for their living room - with fleur de lis on the shades!

I know...I'm awful. But it's all in good fun.
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Old 10-13-2013, 08:35 PM
 
Location: Northville, MI
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I know...I'm awful. But it's all in good fun.
Hey, its a game. We win some and we lose some. The important thing is to stay loyal to your team and appreciate them for what they were able to achieve.

Brady showed his expertise in managing such a situation and executed his plan flawlessly. This is something the Saints will keep in mind the next time they play the Patriots. Its a lesson well learned .

Better luck in the next game.
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Old 10-13-2013, 08:38 PM
 
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Hey, its a game. We win some and we lose some. The important thing is to stay loyal to your team and appreciate them for what they were able to achieve.

Brady showed his expertise in managing such a situation and executed his plan flawlessly. This is something the Saints will keep in mind the next time they play the Patriots. Its a lesson well learned .

Better luck in the next game.


Now we're both tied = 5/1! Chiefs and Broncos are the teams that need to take a fall now!
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Old 10-13-2013, 09:12 PM
 
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Now we're both tied = 5/1! Chiefs and Broncos are the teams that need to take a fall now!
Broncos VS Pats is our Thanksgiving party this year . Everybody in my family will be present, and a group of us are sincere Patriots fans. Cant wait for that game. Oh, and we might be getting a friendly nor'easter snowstorm late in November up here which adds to the fun.
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Old 10-13-2013, 09:24 PM
 
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Broncos VS Pats is our Thanksgiving party this year . Everybody in my family will be present, and a group of us are sincere Patriots fans. Cant wait for that game. Oh, and we might be getting a friendly nor'easter snowstorm late in November up here which adds to the fun.
That sounds like so much fun!

The big thing in our house is the Saints/Cowboys game - my husband is a Cowboys fan and I'm a Saints fan (though we both like both teams unless they're playing each other!). That's Nov 10. Nov 3 we'll be in NO and in one of our favorite bars watching a Saints game. Then Thanksgiving we'll be watching the Cowboys and Raiders. Love me some football season!
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Old 10-14-2013, 06:00 AM
 
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Its in the 40's right now. I have turned the heat on.
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Old 10-14-2013, 12:01 PM
 
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That sounds like so much fun!

The big thing in our house is the Saints/Cowboys game - my husband is a Cowboys fan and I'm a Saints fan (though we both like both teams unless they're playing each other!). That's Nov 10
But do keep in mind that Brees and Romo are very different. Brees is a monster, and sent a chill down my spine during the 4th quarter against the Patriots. Thank god for the electrifying comeback.

Romo is a formidable opponent and a good quarterback. However, he needs to learn how to orchestrate the offense and lead his team to victory in clutch 4th quarter situations.

Back in the early 90's it would have been your husband's chance to laugh at the cowboys beating up the saints. Now, the tables have turned .
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Old 10-14-2013, 03:50 PM
 
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My gosh, do people really overhaul their wardrobes all that often? In my case, ESPECIALLY with fall and winter clothing, I buy a few new pieces each year but I have some pieces I've literally had for more than a decade.
As do I. I can't imagine overhauling my wardrobe. I don't have the time OR the money. And I love the clothes I have!!
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Old 10-14-2013, 03:58 PM
 
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People seem to make assumptions that I spend too much time shopping. In reality, I don't spend much time in the shop at all. Mid August is typically the freest time of the year for me, and during that time, I stock up on essential fall clothing.

My mom really likes shopping for clothes, so I tell my mom a couple (4-5) items I need to have this fall. She looks at sale papers and requests me to come with her to the shop during a particular weekend in August ( typically, prices for fall apparel are lowest during that time of the year). That day, I pick and choose what I want to wear for this season and TADA !!!! revised wardrobe is ready.
So you actually "revise" your wardrobe each fall then. See, that's totally NOT gonna happen for me. Unless an item is no longer wearable, my "fall wardrobe" looks pretty much like last year's.

But clearly you are speaking as if you live at home...so you are a youth then? In which case, that is completely different as you are still growing.
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