Do you own/have you ever owned any of these items of clothing/footwear/accessories?

Bandanna?

Finger-less Gloves?

Fanny Pack?

Cycling Shorts?

Tiara?

Crocs?

Poncho?

Hot Pants?

Bolo Tie?

Leg Warmers?

Sweat-bands?

Update:

@Jack M - I bet your wearing a tiara right now ain't ya you lil batty boy loooool

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  • 8 years ago
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    Yeah

    I used to own a bandana

    And I still own a pair of crocs that I use when I go to the backyard

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Bandanna? yes

    Finger-less Gloves? yes

    Fanny Pack? no :S

    Cycling Shorts? no

    Tiara? yes

    Crocs? yes

    Poncho? yes

    Hot Pants? yes

    Bolo Tie? no

    Leg Warmers? no

    Sweat-bands? yes

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Bandanna...YES. i have over 48 of them i use to wrap around my head to keep my hair out of my face

    Finger-less Gloves...NO

    Cycling Shorts...YES when i was younger i use to wear the full length nylon pants wen i was jogging in the park

    Tiara...NO

    Crocs...NO

    Poncho...NO

    Hot Pants...NO

    Bolo Tie...No

    Leg Warmers???...No

    Sweat Bands...Yes many years ago when i use to play baseball with my friends in the park

  • 8 years ago

    Lolz, YES! I used to own bandannas, leg warmers,ponchos, crocs, and fingerless gloves! I was a strange child. Haha.

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Just the Finger-less Gloves

  • Yep, bandanna, fingerless gloves, a tiara, hotpants and legwarmers (child of the eighties!).

  • 8 years ago

    I had a poncho when I was a bairn in the seventies and EVERYONE had leg warmers and sweat bands in the early eighties ..... they were fashionable, as were bum bags.

  • 8 years ago

    just a Bandanna my friend.

  • Avery
    Lv 4
    8 years ago

    Omg I'm wearing most of those right now:)

  • 8 years ago

    Yup, a few but I don't wear them that much.

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