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High-Water Style 1938 June 28, 2015

Filed under: 1930s,College,Fashion,Fun,History,Nostalgia,Photography,Style,Vintage — kerbey @ 5:38 pm
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Nebraska Wesleyan University 1938

Nebraska Wesleyan University 1938

Would you look at that? It’s my 1000th post!

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21 Responses to “High-Water Style 1938”

  1. Benson Says:

    Congrats. A high water post about high water britches,

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  2. Paul Says:

    Ha! Congratulations Kerbey! You don’t look a day past 500 posts. 😀 Great high-water pants, by the way.

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  3. Brett Says:

    1,000 posts — awesome! A high water mark in more ways than one! 🙂

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  4. Congrats on number 1000 — YAY !!!!!!

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  5. Globalresidence Says:

    Congrats! 😄😃

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  6. Dave Says:

    1000 – that’s unbelievable! I am so so so so so impressed!

    When I first looked at this post, my screen cut the photo off at around knee level. Then I pressed the down arrow. Then I pressed the down arrow again…. and laughed! Way hard! Kerbey, you truly have a gift, and 1000 posts to now serve as evidence of that!

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  7. […] is our 600th post on the Blog of Funny Names – not nearly as impressive as Kerbey’s 1000th post, but still pretty cool! This has us all in a celebratory mood at BoFN HQ… but wait, […]

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  8. markbialczak Says:

    Happy 1,000 my prolific friend. Capri pants all around. Kerbey, you find the perfect photos for all occasions. No bailing after 1,000 posts, high water be damned.

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  9. Belated congratulations on your 1k post. What an achievement. That’s a serious “high-water” mark. 🙂

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