Getting The Family Jewels Comfortable

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Pianoman's Comment
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I wear jeans but the longer boxer briefs are a life saver. I sit low but keep my legs pretty far apart most of the time. I usually take my belt off when I drive though but that’s just because I’m not as skinny as I used to be lol

Andrey's Comment
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I keep the cab an icebox, so that may help.

Unrelated to the jewelry topic... When it comes to temperatures, I hate cold. Maybe because I drive barefoot and wear shorts and a t-shirt. I like to crank my heater all the way up, put the fan on max, and roll down both windows. Yes, and music volume is also to maximum :-)

PackRat's Comment
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I keep the cab an icebox, so that may help.

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Unrelated to the jewelry topic... When it comes to temperatures, I hate cold. Maybe because I drive barefoot and wear shorts and a t-shirt. I like to crank my heater all the way up, put the fan on max, and roll down both windows. Yes, and music volume is also to maximum :-)

You drive a Volvo?

Andrey's Comment
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You drive a Volvo?

Yes, of course. Couldn't get a white one though...

Robert B. (The Dragon) ye's Comment
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You drive a Volvo?

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Yes, of course. Couldn't get a white one though...

I have a white one. I also drive in my socks to help keep the truck clean and usually wear shorts while driving. I don’t do the whole windows down thing though. I already have tinnitus compliments of the Air Force and don’t need the ringing to get any louder lol.

Pianoman's Comment
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You drive a Volvo?

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Yes, of course. Couldn't get a white one though...

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Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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I wear boxer briefs, jeans at least a size too big, and suspenders. Belt starts to slice me in half after a few hours.

In summer, I wear nylon running shorts.

Yes, crushed nuts are a problem, especially as you get older. Lol

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