This is the photo next to "tacky" in the dictionary  OCT 15 2003

This is the photo next to "tacky" in the dictionary.

There are 16 reader comments

Matt Haughey25 15 2003 5:25PM

Here's another one, even more flag-like than that one. I can picture the bridesmaid's dresses now: same design, but with Calvin peeing on Osama's head in the trailing fabric.

Mike36 15 2003 5:36PM

That makes it even easier to do it for Ol' Glory.

Brian Hess01 15 2003 6:01PM

{gasp} You should be ashamed of yourselves for making fun of a woman wanting to clothe herself in Old Glory on her wedding day.

Oh, wait, he said "do it." Uh-huh-huh-huh. :-P

Schmelding42 16 2003 1:42AM

...and here’s a little number from our Flaming Baton line...

jGregor02 16 2003 9:02AM

In the tradition of Old Glory, here is the more lusty version of "tacky" for those of us playing for the other team...god save the queen.

emily26 16 200312:26PM

i think this will always be my favorite tacky flag garment.

stealing54 16 200312:54PM

Stealing from filepile with no shame! (and no credit)

Just awful!

jkottke53 16 2003 3:53PM

I don't ever go to FilePile, rockhead.

lisa37 16 2003 4:37PM

You can almost imagine what the model was thinking: "Must smile...no, can't...too tacky...OK, trying not to look too miserable..."

manchaild48 17 200312:48AM

Stealing from filepile!

aperockwell50 17 200312:50AM

Stop stealing from filepile.
SELECTAH

James38 17 2003 2:38AM

Well FilePile got it from someone else too...besides they dont exactly hold exclusive rights to it.


Mike26 17 200310:26AM

Who gives a shit about Filepile, really. As if being the first person to post a link on the web means anything. The glory is in the creation, not in saying "Me too!"

dowingba35 17 2003 1:35PM

The flag drags across the ground in some of those garments. Isn't that disrespectful?

Pedraza Aurora 24 22 2004 1:24AM

My father never raised his hand to any one of his children, except in self-defense.

This thread is closed to new comments. Thanks to everyone who responded.

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