Can you set me straight on stolen valor? If I want to wear combat boots, cammies, skivvy shirts, PT clothes, shirts with branch logos on them, wear dog tags and regulation haircuts etc. only for fashion and because I like the look, and not to obtain discounts or pretend I'm a service member, is there anything legally wrong with that? Can I tell off any servicemen that scream"muh valor" at me even though I'm wearing it just for fun?
I know, bro. Unfortunately faggotry is chronic.
I guess I should have also said "PT uniform" instead of "PT clothes".
Is it stolen valor if I claim to be military to get pussy in bars?
stolen valor was ruled unconstitutional dude.
aka legally, you CANT get in trouble for simple saying you are a member of the armed forces.
that said, if you attempt to gain discounts your subject to fraud laws.
also, if you truly like the LOOK of military members.
you are fucking weird, your may get called out on it...and generally speaking...you will be considered weird by the majority of people.
I've become a pretty buff guy recently from going to the gym and think I'd look good with a regulation haircut and PT shirts and dogtags, more butch and intimidating. I'd also feel more motivated in my daily tasks. I already look somewhat aggressive when I'm resting, so it works. And right now where I'm living it feels like I'm fighting the world, plus I'm a gigantic faggot so I have to look as big and intimidating as possible. And to slay poon in bars since girls here probably love American military men.
The Marines once spent thousands of dollars creating a new camo then threw a complete hissyfit and demanded that only the Marines be allowed to wear it because they wanted a camouflage that was immediately recognizable as belonging to the Marine Corps.
>The Marines once spent thousands of dollars creating a new camo then threw a complete hissyfit and demanded that only the Marines be allowed to wear it because they wanted a camouflage that was immediately recognizable as belonging to the Marine Corps.
I'm not even talking about camouflage. I'm talking about literally one of the most common colors in existence. It would be like trying to copyright the word "the"
Get your hair cut however you want. But those dog tags had better have pertinent medical information on them in case you need help; else they're just faggoty jewelry.
As for clothing, wear something at least mildly respectable like a button-down shirt. Dressing in cammies relies on the implication of military service to intimidate anyone, and dressing in a PT outfit just makes you look like a poof.
You wouldn't be stolen valor, but you would be "that guy". You don't want to be "that guy".