How to Have Swagger

Kojak, Lt. of Swag
Kojak, Lt. of Swag | Source

The Definition

What does swagger mean? To be honest, I was not sure of what it meant until a few months ago. The word has been tossed around quite a lot for the past few years and I figured now is as good of a time as ever to give a complete breakdown.

According to the great modern dictionary, Urban Dictionary there are three definitions:

1. How someone presents themselves to the world around them.

2. A person's style

3. Confidence and sophistication in one's style and appearance.

To me, swagger is the special something that every person has in some way that draws people in or pushes them away. Not everyone has a swagger that is alluring or intriguing but does that do are essentially unforgettable.

In this hub, I will dissect and discern the rules according to swagger as well as what swagger is not. Call me the bus driver, I'm taking you to the school of swagger and class is now in session!

Rule #1: Your Swagger is Your Powerpoint Presentation

Before you get all out of sorts about what I just wrote, let me dutifully explain. A Powerpoint essentially let's you know what you have learned, researched, and interpreted to your superiors. Swagger does the same thing to your family, friends, peers, and associates. Which means, you should always be prepared.

Unlike an actual Powerpoint, your swagger has no specific date or time that it will be revealed, it is always on display. When you are out in public, your swagger is ready for the taking- so you have to be ready, willing, and able to take up the challenge of facing the public. Here are some guidelines:

  • Dress the Part- Even if you are going to the grocery store down the street, it does not matter. You should look somewhat put together no matter if you are wearing the latest Missoni or your favorite sweats from college. If you look like you just got out of bed, that is how you will be addressed, so don't get mad if you choose to do so.
  • Poker Face- Lady Gaga has famously sang about poker faces but I am not talking about fooling your significant other in a relationship. I am talking about the kind of poker face that makes you approachable but not in the running to be Bozo's heir apparent. Which is clever way of saying, look somewhat amiable in public.
  • Confidence is Key- By confidence I mean the proper combination of assertiveness, insight, and attitude. Do not come in acting like Dirty Harry but you also cannot expect to make it as Charlie Brown. You have to have a good middle ground in order to be taken seriously and respected.

Hopefully this will help you understand what I mean by this but just remember that you get what you give.

Rule #2: Have a Swagger Icon or a list of Swagger Icons

I have said this before but notice all of these pop culture tributes to Mick Jagger. Well, in some universe of the young male mind, they think they can attract the same lure as the Stones' frontman. While that may work for guys who look like Adam Levine, it is best to have a Swagger Icon who you can identify with on a real level. That does not mean you cannot have a celebrity Swagger Icon but you have to be realistic in what characteristics and qualities you want from said icons.

The best thing to do, in my opinion, is to make a list of people you admire for several reasons. Here is a sample list of sorts.

  1. Childhood Role Model- By this I mean someone you have observed firsthand growing up, before your friends and your interests dictated what you wanted or needed out of life. For instance, parents, grandparents, siblings (if you're bold), teachers and so on.
  2. Cool Guy/Girl from Favorite Show/Band- As a kid of the 90s, I have firsthand experience with this. Take for instance the actor/actress who was everywhere or your favorite singer whose songs you memorized.
  3. Iconic Character- This is could be anyone you thought was just the bees' knees from fiction. Cartoon characters, movie heroes, television protagonists, and so on could fit into your list of your personal who's who of swagger.

My three would be as follows:

  1. My Grandma- I love my parents but there's something about grandmothers that are irreplaceable and unforgettable. In addition to being a great cook, she was a great listener, a well-read bookworm, and had great taste in television.
  2. Monica- She and Brandy were Britney and Christina before Britney and Christina, except they were more role model types (for the most part). I always loved how Monica made us focus on her talent rather than her appearance and sex appeal.
  3. Bugs Bunny- Essentially, he is not only funny but the best non-human smart aleck in pop culture. And who can hate on a dude who cross-dresses and eats carrots?

Like I said, this can work any way you want it. But you have to know how to combine reality with enough fantasy to suit your swagger needs.

Rule #3: Have a Swagger-Do List and a Swagger Don't List

Everybody remembers those forget me not flowers and the reminder notes your mom sends every once in a while but there's always a list you need to have for yourself, written or unwritten that is essential to maintaining your swag. If you get knocked down every once in a while, it's okay but you have to at least try to operate within your own code.

Now do not get me wrong. I know there is Guy Code like the new show on MTV2, but honestly, everyone's rules cannot be your rules or you lack swagger.

Creating a swagger do and don't list is simple. Just think of things you are willing to do and won't do. For me it's quite easy. I will not do something that will put my health, well-being, sanity, or swagger at stake but of course mine is different.

So let's break into what you should include in your respective lists.

Swagger Do List: This is essentially what you are willing to do for the sake of your swagger. It may not be the most popular choice but it is yours. A few examples possibly include:

  1. How much public embarrassment are you willing to suffer for the sake of others, yourself, or your reputation? This could range from doing karaoke in another language to painting your chest for the Super Bowl which you are not attending.
  2. What is your one piece of swagger armor? By that I mean, what makes you feel like The Boss? Some people have trademark shades while others of us have our handy dandy notebook :).
  3. Where is your biggest source of swagger? This could range from reading one of those books that became a rom-com like He's Just Not that Into You (not mine, by the way) or the book that made you decide you could not follow in your parents' footsteps like Grey's Anatomy.

Swagger Don't List: I actually have a song that best outlines what I mean by don't to me but you also have to have a general list for what you will say no to. Some don'ts could be:

  1. What will you absolutely never do in public? That sounds like a hard question but let's think about the fact that the Jersey Shore is a top-rated show.
  2. What is a dealbreaker for anyone you associate with? This is quite easy for a lot of us but again, some people don't see it that way i.e. The Kardashians.
  3. Which decade will you not repeat in your wardrobe? I'm an 90s kid but even I know there's no way I am going back to rat-tails and parachute pants.

These are some examples but I am sure you have some of your own that you can add to your list. When all else fails, just listen to the words of my favorite swagger don't theme song below!

Rule #4: Your Swagger Should Be Personal

While we all know the best Swagger Icons have borrowed from past Icons but you cannot live by the bread of other peeps' individuality. That's just Swagger Law.

Anyway, you have to personalize your swagger to fit your lifestyle, interests, hobbies, goals and dreams. It does not mean you cannot like the same song as your kid sister, but if you copied her entire Bieber Christmas CD, then you have a problem.

The best Swaggerists essentially are a working collage of swagger. They take bits and pieces from others and make it their own while adding their own touches in. For instance, this is another time to reference a chosen Swagger Icon and examine their lore in pop culture.

Below are some pieces that will individualize your personal swag.

  • Biggest Goal- Now, I am talking within reason like owning your own small business. But if you are a real swagger hero, you have a super secret goal that you write down and think about at night.
  • Greatest Moments from Childhood- Don't get me wrong, there are things about childhood we have tried to erase from our memories but there are also things you know helped get to where you are now. Frame those and put them in your swagger cannon.
  • What Would Your Mom Say- I know not everyone uses this for swagger but it helps. Especially if your mom has a catchphrase that pushed you through school or made you laugh in the hard times, it's fair game.

This should get you started, but as always your swagger should be edited and revised to fit the situations and events in your life.

The King of Nerd Swag, Sheldon Cooper
The King of Nerd Swag, Sheldon Cooper | Source
The Queen of Sassy Swag, RuPaul
The Queen of Sassy Swag, RuPaul | Source

Rule #5 Know Your Swag Type

Just like there's a personality type, or so they say, there is also a swagger type. You have to know the types and take the test to determine your type. But until I get that smart and inventive, here's the list of types of Swagger. Note: they can be intertwined to your personal needs.

  1. Nerd Swag- I am most familiar with this type of swagger, because, well I am a nerd. Not the kind of nerd that has all the answers, but I have enough experience not being the cool kid to accept my inner nerd swagger. Besides, nerds have all the power these days :).
  2. Too Cool for School Swag- For every ten nerds, there's actually one cool person in school who actually doesn't embarrass themselves. These are the people who usually end up being the Shawn Hunter to your Cory Matthews.
  3. Silly Schoolkid Swag- This is someone who actually made decent jokes and played pranks in school but wasn't too mean about it. Just think of your favorite late night host on the air.
  4. Sassy Swag- If your playlist includes "You Betta Work" by RuPaul, this may be you. You are all about fierceness and ANTM marathons. Don't worry, your catwalk is out there.
  5. Hustlin' Swag- Now before you get weary, don't worry- I am talking about legal hustling like businessmen and Fortune 500 executives. If you save articles from the Wall Street Journal, this may be you.
  6. Skilled Swag- If you spent all of your time making good doodles in school or work, this may be you. You have a skill that takes up any free minutes you have and are hoping to turn it into a career, this may be you.

These are six basic types that you may or may not fit into one way or another, but swagger exists in many ways.

Rule #6: You Must Have A Swagger Playlist

How could I end this hub without referencing the biggest source of a lot of swagger, the playlist. Unlike other hubs, this playlist includes movies, music, and television. You don't have to have all three but any combination of the sort to help improve your swag.

As always, be yourself. Don't put something on the list that you are not into, interested in, or follow. That's the opposite of swagger.

Movie Swagger Playlist

  • This should include movies you are familiar with and can identify with as well as quote at any random moment.
  • Don't include a movie just because it's popular or a classic, offbeat and obscure movies help build your individuality just as much as the popcorn flicks.
  • If you don't own a copy or have a copy downloaded, this can also be a good Christmas wishlist for the future. Here are some of my faves:
  1. Ferris Bueller's Day Off- I have mixed feelings about this so-called Honda Super Bowl Commercial but Ferris Bueller was the OG of school skipping. Take that, Zack Morris!
  2. The Dark Knight- I would consider this my absolute favorite superhero movie of all time. I'm interested to see if Christopher Nolan can top himself in the upcoming sequel.
  3. Good Burger- I am goofy comedy lover and I can't help but love Kenan and Kel. They were the 90s kid's version of Abbott and Costello.

Television Swagger Playlist

  • Please pick a show you watch. There's nothing worse than someone who says, "I've seen an episode" and then puts in their likes category on Facebook. Not cool.
  • It does not matter if the show is on the air or long departed as long as you can relate to it in some way.
  • You can also pick a specific season of a show if you think it's officially Jumped the Shark. For instance, I would qualify the first three seasons of House and exempt the last five seasons. Again my examples:
  1. Inspector Gadget- If you are a bumbling, forgetful person who forgets things as easily as you remember them, this is your show. That and that he probably has the best instrumental theme song of all time!
  2. The Closer- Again, she may be clumsy and forgetful but she gets the job done when it's necessary. I don't condone her methodology most of the time, though.
  3. Royal Pains- This helps disprove the stereotype that family members can't work together. Not only that, but it's quite interesting to see what scenarios happen to folks in the Hamptons.

Music Swagger Playlist

  • This is just as important as your workout playlist, if not more. So I would exempt any sappy love songs or mellow mood music.
  • Imagine yourself walking to the song down the street. That's probably most important in developing this playlist.
  1. Bad Michael Jackson- Um, hello? This is a no-brainer in my book of swag.
  2. Jive Talkin' The Bee Gees- It's not Stayin' Alive, but it gets the point across.
  3. Into the Groove Madonna- Quite possibly my favorite Madonna song to dance to.

These are some basic examples, but hopefully this helps gets you started.

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AudreyHowitt 4 years ago from California

What a great hub! So entertaining! I think I am a nerd swag type!


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Thanks Audrey for dropping by and commenting! There's nothing with nerd swagger. Like I said, nerds run the world!


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Sunshine625 4 years ago from Orlando, FL

I have swagger! Woot! So does BO and Kojak and YOU Alecia! Fantastic HUB!!!


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Thanks Sunshine! Let's spread the swagger awareness!


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Jeannieinabottle 4 years ago from Baltimore, MD

I think I am somewhere between a Nerd and a Silly Schoolkid. I have swagger. Now, I need to work on my theme music...

Voted up and awesome!


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alocsin 4 years ago from Orange County, CA

An amusing overview of swagger. Perfect for us here in Southern California. Voting this Up and Interesting.


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Hey Jeannie,

I can definitely relate with being a nerd and silly schoolkid. Theme music, however, is essential. Thanks for dropping by and commenting!


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Thanks Alocsin. Yeah, I'm sure SoCal has a lot of hidden swagger. Thanks for coming by and commenting!


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homesteadbound 4 years ago from Texas

I have a swagger all my own that has taken a lifetime to create and get comfortable with. As I tell some people, I am who I am. Nothing more, nothing less. It has taken me a long time to get this comfortable with who I am, but I am loving it. Great hub!


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

I completely agree Homestead. I think your swagger is always a work in progress which is why you can't always take yourself so seriously. Thanks for stopping by and commenting!


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Ardie 4 years ago from Neverland

I laughed so many times reading this. I think I lost my swagger back in the days before I had kids - now I just have the mama drag :)


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tammyswallow 4 years ago from North Carolina

This is my favorite hub of yours to date. It is so well written. I like how you include swagger for everyone. I guess I have some hot mommy swagger. This is fabulous!!


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Hi Ardie, I don't have kids but there's definitely mom swag. Thanks for stopping by and commenting!


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Hi Tammy,

Swagger is universal for sure. Thanks for stopping by, commenting and sharing!


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pedrn44 4 years ago from New Berlin Wisconsin

A very interesting hub. I never knew there was so much to know about swagger. I still have not been able to identify my swagger but I will work on it:)


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Hi Pedrn44,

I probably could write a book on swagger but I have a lot more research to do. Good luck on your swagger identification :) and thanks for stopping by and commenting!


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Paul Bisquera 4 years ago from Los Angeles

Wow! A great hub and so swagalicious!


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Hi Paul,

Thanks for sharing the swagappreciation!


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Sunshine625 4 years ago from Orlando, FL

I came back to visit with the Bee Gees and Hall & Oates!:)


Kathleen Kerswig 4 years ago

I enjoyed this hub! Thanks for such a great presentation. I must admit that Bugs Bunny is one of my favorites. I may use him as my role model as I work on my own personal swag!


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Thanks Sunshine! I think I'm going to talk about the Bee Gees soon since those Glee kids might be ruining the ultimate 70s soundtrack! And well, there's never enough Hall and Oates to go around!


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Hi Kathleen,

I don't think there is anything better than getting a swag lesson from the great Bugs Bunny! Thanks for dropping by and commenting!


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thriftykash 4 years ago

I have a question. If I make an article about swagger, would that be considered "swagger jackin'"?


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Thriftykash,

As long as you don't talk about the exact same thing, I don't mind. In fact you can link to my hub. Swagger is personal. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.


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fpherj48 4 years ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

Alecia ..this is a wonderful hub! I love your writing style. You're quite the expert on Swag...and I appreciate the education! I guess it's never too late to know your swag type!! lol....this was awesome! Up++


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Fpher,

Thank you for stopping by and commenting! I am glad I could help educate you as well. And I agree, it's never too late to improve your swagger :)!


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thriftykash 4 years ago

Hey Alecia, I was just joking...you did an awesome job on this article. I don't think that there is any need to do another article on swagger ever again! ;)


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

ThriftyKash,

It's all good! Thanks again for dropping by and commenting.


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FloraBreenRobison 4 years ago

I am a big fan of Kojak. He is my favourite here. I also love RuPaul.


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Hey Flora,

I think Kojak's awesome too and RuPaul's definitely made a name for herself as well. Thanks for coming by and commenting!


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Cogerson 4 years ago from Virginia

First off all...back to back hubs with Hall and Oates...I love it....I have seen them in concert more than anybody else...5 times so far....from a packed arena with 15,000 fans.....to a free outdoor show in a rainstorm with 500 people....anyway back to your hub.

I love all the references and photos you have included in this very entertaining and fun hub to read. Excellent job...I think it is one of your best that you have written...voted up and awesome.


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Hey Cogerson! Thanks for coming by and commenting! I love H&O and really wish to see them live, but 5 times I think that's awesome! Thanks as always :).


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Express10 4 years ago from East Coast

This was a fun and interesting hub to read. I have to admit that I'm still trying to figure out why Jersey Shore is top rated. They've got nothing on Kojak or Hall & Oates!

As for the SoCal swagger, it's a little different than in other areas of the country, but it's definitely there. Just as you were saying, it's personal.


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Express10,

The Jersey Shore is definitely a mystery to me, but then again I was compliant in watching it so I shouldn't be so proud of myself! I agree though, they are a far cry from Kojak or H&O.

SoCal swagger interests me mainly because I live across the country but yeah it definitely varies. Thanks again for coming by and commenting!


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Sunshine625 4 years ago from Orlando, FL

Thanks for creating this hub. So many people could benefit from this hub because their sense of swag might not be up to par! Thanks for sharing:)


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Subpar swag as always sad! Thanks Sunshine!


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mary615 4 years ago from Florida

I'll never forget John Travolto swagging down the street to the tunes of the BeeGees! Glad you included a video of them.

I voted this UP, and will share, too.


Ruth Pieterse 4 years ago

Lovely hub! Voted up.


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Thank you Mary!


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Thank you Ruth!


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Docmo 4 years ago from UK

Hey, How ya doin'? I'm diggin' this swagger detail very much. As a born again swaggerer who never knew how to swagger before but is now being told that 'hello, you do swagger' I am learning my swag detail. this hub has been an invaluable source of finding the roots of my swagger and then tweaking it as appropriate. thank you Alecia... you da' swagtastic hubber.


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Thank you Docmo! LOL- born again swaggerer :)!


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TToombs08 4 years ago from Somewhere between Heaven and Hell without a road map.

Ah, so this explains why I wasn't cool in school. I never had any swagger! Thanks, Alecia! I see the error of my ways. Great hub! :)


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Thanks TToombs08! I lacked swagger as well in school, unless you can include nerd swagger :).


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Thundermama 4 years ago from Canada

Love this hub! And let's here it for nerd swagger. This was such a fun read. Voted up and sharing the goodness.


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Hi Thundermama!

Long live nerd swagger! Thanks so much for coming by, commenting, and sharing.


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tillsontitan 4 years ago from New York

Well who'd a thought! I've had the Swag and never knew it. Of course I don't think anyone else knew either ;) Hmm,Inspector Gadget....

This was so entertaining, resourceful and fun to read. I voted up, useful, funny, awesome and interesting.


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Thanks so much Tillsontitan! Swag is everywhere :).


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Mike Robbers 4 years ago from London

I like the idea of the nerd swag :) Congrats, that was a really entertaining hub!


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Thank you Mike! Nerd swag rules :)!


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midget38 4 years ago from Singapore

I like the skilled swag. Applicable to most of us, and this is a unique hub, as always, coming from you. Thanks for sharing! I share too.


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Thanks Michelle! Skilled swag always counts :).


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Docmo 4 years ago from UK

A- ha, the secret of swagger revealed. I'd like to think I've got a bit of a swagger. and I like to move like Jagger. What a great , fun read. thank you Alecia!


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Alecia Murphy 3 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Hi Docmo,

I'm glad you have swagger and can move like Jagger- hip docs are fun! Thanks!


koolkitty2000 3 years ago

Thx I now no what swagger is and can't wait till monday is there I don't giv a f*ck swagger cos I soo got that


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Alecia Murphy 3 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Thanks koolkitty2000!


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Levertis Steele 3 years ago from Southern Clime

Quite interesting!

Thanks for your indepth presentation of swagger.


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Alecia Murphy 3 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Thanks Levertis Steele!


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cherrycrime26 3 years ago from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga

This is a great hub, I didn't know swag had such a long history:-) interesting!


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ARUN KANTI 3 years ago from KOLKATA

Thanks for a lucid presentation of the interesting hub. I knew the meaning but now it has been amply illustrated.


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Alecia Murphy 3 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Hi Arun,

I"m glad you enjoyed this hub! Thank you for coming by.


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theclevercat 3 years ago from Massachusetts

I. Love. This. Hub! Great job on this, Alecia. The Do's and Don'ts are great, but my favorite part is about setting up a personal Swagger Playlist. Awesome job, and voted so!


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Alecia Murphy 3 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Hi Theclevercat,

Thank you! I'm glad you found this hub swaggerific!


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Nell Rose 3 years ago from England

Hi I never knew there were so many swaggers that we can do! lol! love the list, the only time I swaggered trying to look cool at the same time, I fell flat on my face! stoopid shoes! Haha! and I love the photo of sheldon, he is my swagger hero! voted and shared, nell


SilverGenes 3 years ago

Hahaha this is fantastic! I'm kinda like Nell though and definitely don't do 'cool' very well without walking into things. Is there a type of swag for people who would have to do homework to find out? LOL


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Alecia Murphy 3 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Hi Nell,

Sheldon is one of the best swagger heroes to have :0! Thanks for coming by and commenting.


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Alecia Murphy 3 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

Hi SilverGenes,

Swag really isn't an innate quality, it's more of an acquired ability. Thanks for coming by and commenting!


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Alecia Murphy 3 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina Author

I'm sorry Cherrcrime this was tagged as spam and I just saw your comment. Thanks for coming by!

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