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Six Inappropropriate Memorial Day Fashions

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Today is Memorial Day, and for a lot of us, that means sleeping in, grilling out and watching Real Housewives of New York City straight (thanks, Bravo!). But for a lot of people, it also means a chance to display the flag; we are, after all, supposed to remember those who have fallen in service to our country on this day.

And people love to display the flag anywhere they like: outside their homes, on a bumper sticker, on a tie. And of course, all over their junk. If there's anything Americans love more than the dear ol' stars and stripes, it's framing their junk in red, white and blue. And the best part about days like this is, no one can chastise you for wearing even the most junk-hugging fields of stars, lest it looks like they are attacking the flag. Remember that Will Ferrell sketch where he wore his patriotic thong? We was the man.

For those of you who are missing out on giving their junk the Memorial Day treatment, here are six patriotic fashions you don't want to take to grandma's beach house.

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