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  • #16
    Legg's "Silken Mist" pantyhose, suntan color.
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    • #17
      Ok, let's get one thing straight....I am in no way in anyone else's bunker pants!!! Keep your "Dickies" to yourself!

      Seriously, I try to wear jeans or uniform pants as much as possible. Sometimes I wear shorts but then my legs get dirty or rubbed raw from the boots.

      Also, at all times, wear socks!!!
      Jason Knecht
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      Eau Claire, WI

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      • #18
        This thread certainly caught my attention!!!!

        Since I'm a volly, when the tones drop, it's been jeans, shorts, dress pants, sweat pants and either a dress or skirt!

        Socks are a must, blisters suck! When I wear shorts and sandals and catch a run, I've got those knee high socks stuffed in one of my pockets! They make me look real cute after the call is over and packing my gear back up!
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        • #19
          Shorts...all year round.
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          • #20
            I've worn long johns, sweat pants, jeans, uniform pants, and dress pants, also wore shorts one time to a large grass fire....after it was out and we were back at station cleaning up...i looked down and my legs were a nice shade of black from the soot and ash being blown up the legs of the bunkers...decided then never to wear shorts under turnouts...always kept a set of spare uniform pants at the station.
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            • #21
              Our volunteer department is about 25% female. I hadn't thought about this question much until we had a call on a Sunday morning and 3 ladies rush in and drop their skirts before they put on their bunkers.

              Couple of the younger guys couldn't look them in the eye for a couple days after.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by kd7fds
                Our volunteer department is about 25% female. I hadn't thought about this question much until we had a call on a Sunday morning and 3 ladies rush in and drop their skirts before they put on their bunkers.

                Couple of the younger guys couldn't look them in the eye for a couple days after.
                Which eye you talkin' bout??
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                • #23
                  How to catch a guys attention

                  3 ladies dropping their skirts would've caught many a young man's (and us older fellas to) attention.

                  I personally like to wear the minimum. T-shirt, shorts and socks even when the weather gets cold.

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                  • #24
                    I ALWAYS wear my uniform pants, and also I take my regular boots with me wherever I go. In fact I always take ALL my gear with me no matter where I am going. Mainly because I want to get out of my hot, sweaty, filthy, heavy bunker gear ASAP. Plus I want to be ready for the next call, and the one after that, should they turn out to be a vegetation fire, or a medical aid.

                    Birken

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                    • #25
                      Same as what we wear under our kilts/On a good night lipstick on a great night two different shades
                      Last edited by Chief2701; 09-19-2006, 02:49 PM.
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                      • #26
                        Less is definitely more: Calvin Klein thong - cotton blend with the seamed contour pouch, logo waistband, black to match the bunkers. I can post a picture if it helps.

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                        • #27
                          Righttttttttt...........

                          Originally posted by Chief2701
                          Same as what we wear under our kilts/On a good night lipstick on a great night two different shades

                          THAT, Sir, is the best answer yet......
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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by firestanggt
                            OK, so now I'm curious.

                            Nothing too graphic please, I'm going to assume you guys didn't walk around the station in your boxers, at least i would hope not. So when you get a call you all rip your pants off before gearing up?
                            That must be kinda funny to watch.
                            Imagine doing a ride along and seeing that. That would be enough to scare anyone away from the fire service.
                            We had a guy who would do just that .................
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                            • #29
                              It never bothered me any, but the middle of the night calls could sometimes be a bit... uuummm... revealing ... some of the ladies from my old station would come in wearning sleepware.... and thats enough imagination detail for anyone.

                              **just a good thing I know how and when to keep my eyes closed. Made life a little simpler that way.
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                              • #30
                                Nothing...
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