Am I going too far with this?

rever3nce

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I'm of course a HUGE apple person. Love their products and stand behind what they do 100% . I recently found these online and was thinking about ordering them, but I just wanna ask is it too much to do? I work retail and my name on my tag is "idave" and i'm pretty much the "apple guy" at work. we all know a little about apple but when it comes to trouble shooting and advance stuff its always me they ask or fixing iphones.

http://www.etsy.com/listing/83413813/apple-tear-earringsa-tribute-for-steve
Is this a yes or no?
 

Sankersizzle

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I'm of course a HUGE apple person. Love their products and stand behind what they do 100% . I recently found these online and was thinking about ordering them, but I just wanna ask is it too much to do? I work retail and my name on my tag is "idave" and i'm pretty much the "apple guy" at work. we all know a little about apple but when it comes to trouble shooting and advance stuff its always me they ask or fixing iphones.

http://www.etsy.com/listing/83413813/apple-tear-earringsa-tribute-for-steve
Is this a yes or no?
I love Apple as much as the next guy, but yes, you are going too far.

I'm the resident Mac guy in my department (and I'm in computing, so there's a lot of hate, lol) and if I saw someone with those earrings I would not hesitate to punch them in the scrotum.
 

Sankersizzle

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Lmao thanks for the honesty! guess i'm not ordering them:D
HOWEVER, given what I said, I also totally respect people doing what they want. I'm a 21 year old dude, and every now and then I wear a star earring I got when I was 10, just for the memories.

If you like these earrings, you should get them!
 
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rever3nce

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HOWEVER, given what I said, I also totally respect people doing what they want. I'm a 21 year old dude, and every now and then I wear a star earring I got when I was 10, just for the memories. I'm sure it looks gay as kissing dicks, but hey, I like it.

If you like these earrings, you should get them!
I do like em. The tear drop not so much , but the apple is pretty sweet. Its no HUGE or anything. i'm just tired of wearing the same ole earings ( basic fake diamond looking things) I'm not trying to be a "player" or anything like that. So I thought these were pretty cool. But I can see where it goes a little overboard. Now if I worked for Apple itself. maybe I would do it a little more.
 

Sankersizzle

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I do like em. The tear drop not so much , but the apple is pretty sweet. Its no HUGE or anything. i'm just tired of wearing the same ole earings ( basic fake diamond looking things) I'm not trying to be a "player" or anything like that. So I thought these were pretty cool. But I can see where it goes a little overboard. Now if I worked for Apple itself. maybe I would do it a little more.
Honestly, dude, I'd wear two of those Apples. It's the tear that ruffles my feathers. I think if you like Apple you should get two Apples.

...then tell me where you got them :D
 

rever3nce

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EXACTLY, its the tear that is going overboard . Don't get me wrong I looked like this ----> :( when I heard Jobs passed away. Hell I even have a photo of him next to my "apple nightlight" but an earing thats a tear is a little crazy lol Just saying
 

iBlue

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I'd say that's a step too far into ridiculously tacky, yes. It may actually be a step up from fake diamonds though. Say no to bling.
 

Heilage

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I think it's a step too far to stand 100% behind Apple and what they do.
 

Molecule

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If they were cufflinks they'd be pretty cool. It'd be better if they matched though.