Poor Hanny - the struggle is real

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4/24/2018 8:03 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/24/2018 8:11 AM

Josh currently has an Instagram post up (it's in his stories) in which he is driving his truck and narrating a terribly unfortunate event that occurred to him. The caption on the screen says "cold world". This is what he says: "So we back on the road; we had a little difficulties, I locked - uhh - my keys in the car. Asked some duuude if he could let me use his phone to try to get some help. Told me I looked like a dude that would steal his phone. It's f---ed up."

In my mind, that random stranger then pounded his chest twice, threw a peace sign up in the air, and said, "That was for you, Cedric."

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4/24/2018 8:11 AM

Don't look like a 30 year old bum and you won't get treated like a 30 year old bum. Common sense goes a long way.

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4/24/2018 8:18 AM

agn5009 wrote:

Don't look like a 30 year old bum and you won't get treated like a 30 year old bum. Common sense goes a long way.

Don’t judge! There are good people in this world that don’t LOOK the way YOU want them to look. Hell I am sure someone somewhere miss takes your look for something it is not...

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4/24/2018 8:22 AM

agn5009 wrote:

Don't look like a 30 year old bum and you won't get treated like a 30 year old bum. Common sense goes a long way.

My first reaction too. Our society has made it acceptable to have face tats, hand tats, piercings coming from all over your face, dress like a man or a woman as a shehe or a heshe, wear your pajamas to the store, basically be all sorts of degenerates its a shame.

I love watching older tv shows or older movies and seeing how well dressed well mannered, and how much more values were in society before.

Think Leave it to Beaver vs jersey shore type shows lol.

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4/24/2018 8:22 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/24/2018 8:23 AM

Should've raced this season then maybe that bloke who have known who the fuck he was.

I wouldn't trust Hanny to look after a pet goldfish he's about as reliable as a chocolate kettle.

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4/24/2018 8:23 AM

Well yea, I get it. If I didn't know who hanny was and he would ask for my phone I probably also would've tought he's some kinda homeless dude.

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4/24/2018 8:25 AM

agn5009 wrote:

Don't look like a 30 year old bum and you won't get treated like a 30 year old bum. Common sense goes a long way.

brocster wrote:

Don’t judge! There are good people in this world that don’t LOOK the way YOU want them to look. Hell I am sure someone somewhere miss takes your look for something it is not...

Happens to me all the time. Women think I'm some good looking rich dude...then they find out I'm only good looking!
laughing

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4/24/2018 8:25 AM

agn5009 wrote:

Don't look like a 30 year old bum and you won't get treated like a 30 year old bum. Common sense goes a long way.

yz133rider wrote:

My first reaction too. Our society has made it acceptable to have face tats, hand tats, piercings coming from all over your face, dress like a man or a woman as a shehe or a heshe, wear your pajamas to the store, basically be all sorts of degenerates its a shame.

I love watching older tv shows or older movies and seeing how well dressed well mannered, and how much more values were in society before.

Think Leave it to Beaver vs jersey shore type shows lol.

The best is old sporting events... When people would go with class!

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The message posted above is most likely my opinion and shouldn't be taken as fact....

4/24/2018 8:27 AM

wideopen198 wrote:

Well yea, I get it. If I didn't know who hanny was and he would ask for my phone I probably also would've tought he's some kinda homeless dude.

Lmao

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4/24/2018 8:45 AM

I see this every damn day, and hear people cry that just because they have tattoos from head to toe and have their hair messed up like a haystack in the Wizard Of Oz, plus a 4-day unshaven face...people stereotype them for being negative individuals. Well, no shit...look in the mirror! I know I sound like a bigot, but too many in this generation think that dressing like that in public is cool. It is if you're living under a bridge...not in public and a professional athlete.

All this is my opinion, of course.

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4/24/2018 8:47 AM

Fly a drone over his house Tango. See what the real story is

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"A link is only as long as your longest strong chain"

4/24/2018 8:55 AM

Man.....I don't know about Josh dressing like a homeless person and all that. A lot of dudes around his age and quite a bit younger and older dress like that. It's just the way they dress. No harm in it , but I could see an older generation type person thinking that way , and maybe can't tell them apart. Example : The bum looking pants he was probably wearing , cost about $300.00 at Macy's.

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And there goes Jeffro. One of God's own prototypes. A super high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.

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4/24/2018 9:00 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/24/2018 9:07 AM

jeffro503 wrote:

Man.....I don't know about Josh dressing like a homeless person and all that. A lot of dudes around his age and quite a bit younger and older dress like that. It's just the way they dress. No harm in it , but I could see an older generation type person thinking that way , and maybe can't tell them apart. Example : The bum looking pants he was probably wearing , cost about $300.00 at Macy's.

Combination of that, shaggy ass hair, tats everywhere, and smelling like weed and sounding all "brahhhhh"

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4/24/2018 9:01 AM

Nice tats, were you in prison or the Navy?

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4/24/2018 9:07 AM

True story from my old army unit about dress.

Circa 2005 a fresh batch of recruits arrived, and some had clearly enjoyed the 2 week vacation between basic training and reporting for duty at their new unit. This one kid looked like he had cut his hair himself, spray tanned orange, ear pierced and ripped jeans and one of those t-shirts that look best on a woman.

The Provost Sergeant (discipline enforcer) on the other hand looked like a clone of Mike Tyson. He took this kid to one side and told him he had two hours to get into town, get a haircut, some wrangler jeans, desert boots, a regimental t-shirt and a Johnny Cash CD.

Morale of the story, at least from an Army perspective, is to look the part if you want to be taken seriously. The Provost Sergeant was actually doing this guy a favor as nobody wants to stick out as the new guy... Oh, and he took off like Forest Gump!

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4/24/2018 9:10 AM

Maybe he shouldn't have locked his keys in his car? Lesson 1.

I cant find my keys or phone half the time. Whom am I to judge!

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4/24/2018 9:23 AM

Whooo?

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4/24/2018 9:26 AM

Stuntman949 wrote:

Fly a drone over his house Tango. See what the real story is

Dude, Tango ain't no homeless person. He's got a freaking airplane.

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4/24/2018 9:28 AM

At least he is riding and seems to have good time doing it. I saw him at Pala both times I was there this/last week. Photo

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4/24/2018 9:42 AM

davistld01 wrote:

I see this every damn day, and hear people cry that just because they have tattoos from head to toe and have their hair messed up like a haystack in the Wizard Of Oz, plus a 4-day unshaven face...people stereotype them for being negative individuals. Well, no shit...look in the mirror! I know I sound like a bigot, but too many in this generation think that dressing like that in public is cool. It is if you're living under a bridge...not in public and a professional athlete.

All this is my opinion, of course.

The way you dress doesn’t take away who you are. The stereotype of “normal” is comfortable but is equally not typical of who the person is...

Just because you wear a suit doesn’t make you a professional nor does it reflect in either way your IQ but it sure gives the shallow the impression that it does.

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4/24/2018 9:42 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/24/2018 9:58 AM

How quickly ye derail. The original post wasn't about tats, JNCO jeans, or that shitty, little, spray-painted truck Hanny chooses to drive around; it was about karma.

But yeah, appearances DO matter, along with a bunch of other factors, language and tone being two. Josh often comes across like a 16 year old stoner hanging out under the pier after a surf sesh with his dudes, dude. I'm not surprised the answer was "it's a no from me, dog." And for the record, I actually think Josh seems like a good guy.

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4/24/2018 9:42 AM

I know someone that gave his phone to a girl to make a phone call,she jumped in a car and took off with it.

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4/24/2018 9:58 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/24/2018 9:59 AM

davistld01 wrote:

I see this every damn day, and hear people cry that just because they have tattoos from head to toe and have their hair messed up like a haystack in the Wizard Of Oz, plus a 4-day unshaven face...people stereotype them for being negative individuals. Well, no shit...look in the mirror! I know I sound like a bigot, but too many in this generation think that dressing like that in public is cool. It is if you're living under a bridge...not in public and a professional athlete.

All this is my opinion, of course.

brocster wrote:

The way you dress doesn’t take away who you are. The stereotype of “normal” is comfortable but is equally not typical of who the person is...

Just because you wear a suit doesn’t make you a professional nor does it reflect in either way your IQ but it sure gives the shallow the impression that it does.

Yeah thats a nice thought, except you cant tell me that someone wearing baggy pajamas hanging off around their ass and wearing a wife beater t, with tats all over their hands and face should be taken as seriously and is as professional as someone well dressed and presentable...

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4/24/2018 10:16 AM

agn5009 wrote:

Don't look like a 30 year old bum and you won't get treated like a 30 year old bum. Common sense goes a long way.

brocster wrote:

Don’t judge! There are good people in this world that don’t LOOK the way YOU want them to look. Hell I am sure someone somewhere miss takes your look for something it is not...

I'm not judging. I don't care how Josh looks. It doesn't affect me at all. What I'm saying is, the REALITY OF THE SITUATION is that if Josh wants to dress haggardly, speak with the bro dialect, etc then he's going to get judged. I don't know how anyone can possibly disagree with that.

Nowhere in my post did I say I was judging him. I simply stated the obvious.

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4/24/2018 10:22 AM

Anyone see his insta story of him joking around with a red bull can? Don’t know if it was a dig at monster or anything?

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4/24/2018 10:27 AM

agn5009 wrote:

Don't look like a 30 year old bum and you won't get treated like a 30 year old bum. Common sense goes a long way.

brocster wrote:

Don’t judge! There are good people in this world that don’t LOOK the way YOU want them to look. Hell I am sure someone somewhere miss takes your look for something it is not...

So a random stranger didn't borrow him his phone as fear he would steal it? Looks Like a Duck, Walks Like A Duck, probably a Duck. I bet if he didn't have a Beanie on and look homeless he could have borrowed a phone and got into his car no problem. Why make life hard when it's hard enough?

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4/24/2018 10:35 AM

"Hey bro, can I borrow your phone? I ride Moto, bro. I drop in the berm like, WAPAW! And then come out all like jsujehdjejdjene. I get so pitted. Anyway so, can I see your phone for a sec?"

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4/24/2018 10:39 AM

agn5009 wrote:

Don't look like a 30 year old bum and you won't get treated like a 30 year old bum. Common sense goes a long way.

yz133rider wrote:

My first reaction too. Our society has made it acceptable to have face tats, hand tats, piercings coming from all over your face, dress like a man or a woman as a shehe or a heshe, wear your pajamas to the store, basically be all sorts of degenerates its a shame.

I love watching older tv shows or older movies and seeing how well dressed well mannered, and how much more values were in society before.

Think Leave it to Beaver vs jersey shore type shows lol.

huck wrote:

The best is old sporting events... When people would go with class!

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I don't know man, the guy at bottom right with his mouth hanging open looks sketchy AF.

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Braaapin' aint easy.

4/24/2018 10:39 AM

early wrote:

I know someone that gave his phone to a girl to make a phone call,she jumped in a car and took off with it.

Yep, no street smarts. Nobody is holding my phone.

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4/24/2018 10:41 AM

brocster wrote:

The way you dress doesn’t take away who you are. The stereotype of “normal” is comfortable but is equally not typical of who the person is...

Just because you wear a suit doesn’t make you a professional nor does it reflect in either way your IQ but it sure gives the shallow the impression that it does.

Some of the shittiest things ever done were pulled by well dressed individuals.

Thus the age-old adage "Don't judge a book by it's cover".

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