FUBAR Patch Biker and Military Saying Embroidered Patch

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FUBAR Patch Biker and Military Saying Embroidered Patch

8.9cm x 3.5cm

So what does FUBAR mean? It's an acronym for “Fouled Up Beyond All Recognition” (there may be other words that can used in place of “fouled”, but we'll leave that to your imagination.) The word FUBAR goes back to World War II. In a cartoon (shown to enlisted men during movie nights), one of the cartoon characters was named Fubar. He was the brother of Private Snafu (another military euphemism meaning “Situation Normal, All Fouled Up) and Private Tarfu (TARFU is an acronym for “Thing Are Really Fouled Up.)

Read more at http://grammar.yourdictionary.com/slang/military-slang-sayings

Instructions To Iron On: 

  1. Place patch on to clothing.
  2. Cover patch with a thin cloth and iron. Avoid using iron directly on patch
  3. Press iron on patch for around 40-60 seconds and temperature setting on high (depends on thickness of cloth)
  4. Remove iron and let patch cool completely
  5. If the patch has not completely adhered to clothing repeat steps 3 & 4

Do NOT iron patch on leather - it is best to sew these patches on to leather


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8.9cm x 3.5cm
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