Due to the fact that it isn't stolen, he spends a lot of time working via and also honouring the troops.

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And secondly, for the same reason bro's wearing dog tags or camo pants on the high street aren't yelled at or beaten to fatality. It's culturally appropriated imagery.


Thoughts:

When was the last time he actually wore camo? I seem to recontact him wearing normal shorts for quite a while, currently.

Why does he wear dog tags? Who cares? It's a fashion. Unless there's anypoint on them to suggest that he was in the army, as soon as he wasn't, then it's simply a necklace.

If you have actually served, or are serving, and also you are deeply offended that John Cena used to wear camo shorts, and also salutes YOU once he comes to the ring, you're delusional. "Stolen Valor"? Really?

John Cena wears fucking clothes. Get over it.


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His dog tags check out out all of the members of his family members and at the last line, it says he loves them. It has actually absolutely nopoint to execute via the military.


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· 6y

It's a fucking character, resolve it.

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