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  • Brigid Barjaktarevic

    I have a photo of Nesko in traditional Montenegrin clothing from back when he was a baby in his early 20s. This is not it, this is some other dude in similar but less nice costume. Notice the large amount of ball-room in the pants. That's so you could jump on your horse and ride like the wind without worrying about your pants splitting. Practical.

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