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RATeamWannabe
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck

Carlos Hathcock used the term SWAG in Vietnam.


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Choirboy
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
I have heard that is where the sagging pants came from as well.


34venture
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
Correct. I quit reading after that.


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Teyeger
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
Just saw a truck in Monroe yesterday with the Country Boy Swag across the front windshield.


KingRanch
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
Their swag is out of control


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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
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Galpin Auto Sports – the “Pimp My Ride” outfit – has created a unique version of Ford’s extreme off-road F-150 SVT Raptor pickup truck inspired by the United Nations Space Command (UNSC) Warthog vehicles featured in the videogame HALO 4.


Needs a lift, bugger wheels and a grill guard.


Teyeger
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
I guess so.


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HairyStamper13
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
Saw a fella in Livonia yesterday with "Redneck Swamp Outlaw" across the front of his windshield


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Uncle JackD
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
Turrable


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Flair Chops
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
swag/swagger used to be such a beautiful word until everyone started using it. now everybody's swagged the frick out.


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Specktricity
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
Looks like Plains oil storage tanks


Flair Chops
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
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So, curiosity got the best of me when wondering where this "swag" word came from, and this is what I found.
that's wrong as far as the origin goes.

i know it might mean that in prison, but it is a derivative of the word swagger, which used to be what pirates had, until rap artists and body wash companies and sports announcers (aside from referring to the university of miami) ruined it


KingRanch
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
Ding ding ding


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JAB528
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Needs a lift, bugger wheels and a grill guard.


Does it?


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CBLSU316
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
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Does the owner even lift?






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34venture
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
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that's wrong as far as the origin goes.

i know it might mean that in prison, but it is a derivative of the word swagger, which used to be what pirates had, until rap artists and body wash companies and sports announcers (aside from referring to the university of miami) ruined it




Big Floppy TDs
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
I have a friend that has a salt life sticker on the back of his Chevy... And doesn't even own a boat


Flair Chops
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
sorry, braj

Definition of SWAGGER
intransitive verb
1
: to conduct oneself in an arrogant or superciliously pompous manner; especially : to walk with an air of overbearing self-confidence
2
: boast, brag
transitive verb
: to force by argument or threat : bully
— swag·ger·er noun
— swag·ger·ing·ly adverb


Origin of SWAGGER
probably from 1swag + -er (as in chatter)
First Known Use: circa 1596

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fisherbm1112
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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
I think I have seen that truck around the booming metropolis of Gonzales before. Is it near there? I know I have seen the sticker.


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re: The epitome of an outdoor truck
where did you take that?


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