You know to schlep around in, get baby food on etc
I have a few but recently regulated this one as it’s a bit on the nose
But I do agree with it’s message
It’s also a bit too white atm to be okay with staining. My life continues in this manor until it stops.
Show me your house shirts, or at least tell me about them below NOW
Hey I didn’t come out all wide in this one like in the evening thread
I have nearly as many 'house’s t-shirts as I do regular ones. They include:
Eric Cantona one as seen in the evening thread
Bath City Trojan records logo one
PAFC one where the letters are like the ACDC logo
Other Cantona shirt
Guess the Beatles song dingbats one
Elmo as Santa one
Usually football tops tbh
I have an ACAB ac/dc hoodie which I use mainly as pyjamas
All of them at the minute
Also have several house trousers and 3 pairs of house shorts which are:
Argyle home circa 2016
Deportivo La Coruña home circa 2013
Lyon away circa 2010
Most of my wardrobe fits in this category because I never go anywhere and i don’t like to buy new clothes. So for me ‘do you have any non house shirts’ is more fitting. My partner has often asked me if I’m wearing actual clothes or pyjamas.
Anyway, big green jumper is my standard house top as my flat is always cold no matter how hot it is outside.
I usually wear a full football kit including shin pads.
No, people are still wearing them I think.
Loads of old GAA & handball jerseys passed down by my uncle from his playing days. Most of 'em Mayo, one Donegal.
Got 2 shirts with pictures of actual people on them: One of my mum (made for her 60th birthday) and one for my BFF (made for her bachelorette party). Also have a shirt with the logo of a festival I’ve worked for, which has got some paint on it, and a polkadot jersey dress that has some small holes in it. Those are the main players, I’d say.
Does a dressing gown count?
No that’s nightwear or bedwear or something. If I went out in a dressing gown I’d probably be frowned at.
What if that’s what you wear in your day to day life though?
I am kidding. Sorry ruffers.
Most of the t-shirts that I used to wear that aren’t completely plain or striped have been relegated to house wear. T-shirts from volunteering and events and that stuff also fit this category.
Most recent is a nice big fluffy labour hoody I got when doorknocking in December
A lovely way to live but tis no house shirt