true stories, found objects and scratch fiction
You and Mr Billy shopping for costume night? :) The tie just SCREAMS upperhand.
Those are great. I was almost tempted to buy the tie for someone, just as a joke, but resisted.
The ties caught my attention too and I was ready to purchase one just because I like velvro that much, but then I remembered that I don't wear ties and it's been years since I was last undercover.
I want the denim jacket with the Back up Belt System (TM) to hold my gun. Please? Pretty please?
The ties are excellent. Excellent!I wonder if they have a string-tie version for our Southwest law enforcement friends?
Wow, this really explains a lot to me about my own father. To think that I've lived 41 years without understanding that his clip-on ties were really about keeping the upper hand! Silly me, I thought it was a fashion statement. You think you know somebody . . . . Thanks, Billy, you've done for me what years of therapy couldn't.
The time has come to tag you back. Stop by for your assignment. It may just self-destruct, which would be appropriate, considering your current post.
LOL! Um, isn't buying special clothes the antithesis of being undercover? Now the drug cartels need only check the tag."Stop. We have to check you before you can see him.""Go ahead, frisk me. I'm not packing."Flips the tag out of the styling coat."Mira! He's undercover!"Gun pressed to head."...oh crap."
jk, we have TASTE when it comes to costume night. Breakaway ties are so over. Stainless steel stilletos, on the other hand (or upperhand, as the case may be)...Oh, Caryn - why resist? And be careful what you ask for, I'll see that tag, um, eventually.Shade - you gotta keep up with this stuff, just to keep your hand in.Bones, I'd be all over the string tie.Geo, I'm happy to help. And I'll even listen to you for longer than 50 minutes.Jason, I'd like to see that.
So that is why all the undercover cops dress the same in the movies.
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