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« aubs13 wrote on Thursday, Jan 27 at 12:11 PM »
I don't think its a personal attack. I'm part of the Greek community & think its hilarious. Girl's shouldn't just wear leggings it's NOT flattering no matter what size you are, and be original, don't wear those nike shorts.
« egp0001 wrote on Thursday, Jan 27 at 12:00 PM »
So, this is essentially an attack on the Greek community? Maybe you've noticed that those in Greek organizations are not the only ones to dress this way. For one, jeans are not actually warm. My leggings tend to be at least a little bit warmer and infinitly more comfortable. And who cares if guys keep sunglasses handy? They are meant to be used! I know many people who keep a pair with them at all times. There are simply more visible on guys because girls have purses to store them in when they aren't being used.
You might want to get off your journalistic soap box and find something better to write about.
« ccc0000 wrote on Thursday, Jan 27 at 11:46 AM »
Congratulations, Kelly. You have successfully used journalism to (not very) subtly personally attack people that you don't even know. Not their clothes. You keep up that bitter sarcasm and those ironic graphic tees.
« bamahater wrote on Thursday, Jan 27 at 11:18 AM »
In high school, would we have to tuck that shirt in or tuck that shit in?
« paynern wrote on Monday, Jan 24 at 12:05 PM »
This was the most pointless and unnecessary opionion article written by The Plainsman in many years.
« jebs wrote on Sunday, Jan 23 at 06:14 PM »
This story has been published so far after the fact that it's embarrassing. The Subway episode of Undercover Boss aired in November, if I'm not mistaken. It's a shame that what could have been such a rich story ended up falling flat due to poor editing and mediocre, at best, language.
« Julieontybee wrote on Thursday, Jan 20 at 01:57 PM »
So excited to see this story on facebook via USAT. I was lucky enough to meet this group at the Beach Blast triathlon in Mexico Beach Florida last Spring!
I had come to compete alone and the second I ran into this group, they totally adopted me! Instructor Jim made sure my tires had the right amount of air the morning of the race, they invited me to the Auburn tent, they were a big group of great "kids" to chat and commiserate with about the huge storm waves we were getting ready to jump into! Best of all was the whole group at the end cheering me in at the finish line!
Jim was a great support to the students and they obviously had much affection for him as well. I cannot thank him or the great bunch of students enough for adopting a 40 year old Georgia Bulldog fan and making this race such a great time! Thanks so much! War Eagle to all of you! You all represented Auburn University well!
« crawlal wrote on Wednesday, Jan 19 at 09:28 PM »
WAR EAGLE!!!!! Great write up!!!!
« WingedDuck wrote on Saturday, Jan 15 at 11:17 AM »
I just wanted to say that I've never met more classy fans then the ones I met from Auburn. As I left my seat I was greeted with many hand shakes and good game comments from the Auburn fans. I've never experienced this in any Pac 12 school or the other bowl games I've been to in the last 30 years.It was very refreshing and really gets to what sports should be about, that at the end of the day we shake hands and remind ourselves that we all want to win, and to show some respect for those who didn't win. This is often lost in all the trash talking hyped up rhetoric that dominates many comments. I have a new found respect for Auburn and the State of Alabama. Its a crushing blow to lose the NC game, but I can at least feel good that we lost to a great team and the nicest fans I've ever met, so enjoy your victory and I hope the Ducks can return to the NC game and show as much class as the Auburn faithful did in their victory
« wmfnly wrote on Thursday, Jan 13 at 05:04 AM »
I didn't show much emotion during the game. When the game ended I had tears in my eyes and then I started to cry. My wife held me as the tears flowed. Since I was a child at the age of 12 I loved the Auburn Tigers (1975) and I never thought I would see what I had just witnessed in my lifetime. As a Alabama transplant and a Wisconsin native I choose Auburn over Alabama not because Auburn was winning. It was because Auburn people were simply amazing when it came to their love and support for this University. 36 years was a long wait for me, but it was well worth the wait!
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