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Thread: Jean Shorts???

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    Default Jean Shorts???

    So...I'm beginning to pack for our upcoming trip to CSS. Do you think I should include some jean shorts?

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    I think that with the humidity they might be too heavy. I'd go with something more lightweight. The only time I took jeans anything was when we planned to do horseback riding - and they required long pants. I was soaked and miserable at the end however.
    Susan & Chris
    CTI 2003, 2004
    CSS 2008, 2013!

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    Absolutely. We had a Jorts get together at CTI last fall.

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    I bring them to wear as part of a swim suit cover up or on shopping excursions. You don't really need them though if you prefer sundresses.
    Juell and Andy (Jandy)

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    I do. Just because there are a certain number of people that think it is in poor taste

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    Oh no, not a new Jorts thread! I'm sure you will get lots of replies. LOL.

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    It is HOT and HUMID in Jamaica! Non Jamaicans sweat...I repeat sweat, so unless you are into heat rash I would say to leave them home. Bathing suits all day for all and shorts or slacks for the men, and nice shorts or sundresses for the women in the evening are the norm. Jean shorts are very rare.

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    I did. Just 2 pair in case I needed them.

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    Uh-Oh.... Here we go again with another Jorts thread.
    Enjoyed the last one. Some very funny people out there.

    @ 2-4-Jamaica
    It's your vacation, wear what your confortable in.
    Don't listen to the Fashion Police , they have no authority.

    CSA Aug. 2011, July 2012, July 2013, July 2014, Oct. 2015
    CSS Aug. 2011, Aug. 2014

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    We would only if planning on doing things like the zip line, But wear what you want.

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    OH NO!! Deja Vu all over again.

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    I do, but very unnessesary, only 2 pair. All you need are 4 swimming trunks 5 or 6 t-shirts, depending on how long you stay and 1 set of dress clothes for dinner. Thats it any more than that and you will be over packed.

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    Oh no.....who knows where the jorts thread is? It's been a while - can't find it.
    This should be fun!
    2-4 Jamaica - I am sure the boarders won't disappoint you on this one!
    Jan and Mark
    CN 2009
    CSA 2011, 2013
    CSS 2014

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    I always take a pair, but never leave the room wearing them! They are not for public viewing!!!
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    CN 2006, CSS 2009, CN 2009, CN 2010, CTI 2010, CN 2011, CSS 2012, CN 2012, CN 2013, CSA 2014, CN 2014, CSA 2015, CN 2015, CN 2016, CN 2018, CN2019

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    Yes, twice.

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    I am sure that I have travelled through time and arrived at a thread whose subject is 'whether or not to wear Jeans made to look like shorts'?!! In the 2010's it was made a criminal offence to wear such a garment and I would therefore resist any attempts to look good by donning the said shorts. However, you people from olden times will be happy to know that it is now incredibly fashionable to wear white socks with open-toed sandals accompanied by long shorts (of the 'Capri' type, as our American cousins know them) and topped with a very bright Hawaiian-style short sleeved shirt! If one can style ones hair to provide a comb-over look then all the better.


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    I'm taking some acid washed jorts to wear with my fluorescent green sleeveless t-shirt and my sunglasses that are black around the lenses and fluorescent pink on the side.

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    Make it stop! Make it stop!!!!!

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    Default the pics...

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    I'm more concerned that you own jean shorts...I joke, I kid...

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    Kris, should I post a piccture from our contest?

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    I always bring a pair of jean shorts. Wear what you like

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    To Jort or not to Jort, that is the question.......

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    You only need them if you're a "never nude."
    (please tell me someone else knows what I'm talking about!)

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