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thought this was gonna be about nuking sheffield


I got some t-shirts the other week that I’m irked about. When I bought them before in large they were a little too tight after a first wash, so I got XL this time and they’re comically big.

I like the designs, though, so I’m just going to start having chips with every meal to fix it.

started wearing polo shirts to work

are you becoming an architect?

Can I see it pleasey pie

pic plz

they call me a butcher

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I got a new t-shirt from Gap that has the phases of the moon’s cycle on it. I quite like it.

some people call you maurice :kissing_smiling_eyes:


I’m not feeling great about my clothes at the moment. I suspect it’s due to me feeling like a bit of a fatty at the mo :confused:

I do have quite a nice dress I wore to two weddings recently tho, got told my boobs looked amazing in it :wink:

Which immediately made me feel a bit self conscious of course :blush:

Architects wear polo necks, not polo shirts, duh.

misread his post, duh

Yes, when I find a picture

Not by the vicar or groom hopefully!

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No clothes make me feel good.

I need a new waterproof lightweight jacket though please.

In semi-related news, my parents are moving so clearing out my childhood home, they gave me a couple of Utd shirts from when I was 13 at the weekend, they still fit…

I still have clothes from that age that fit - the style was pretty baggy.

That’s what I’m telling myself. It also has opened up the fact that I can feasibly buy ‘Y’ size old shirts cheaply and get in them

1980s fashions were pretty tight, on the other hand…

Bought a cheapy t-shirt from Primark a couple of weeks ago - first day I wore it out four people (neighbour,shop assistant, bar person, sister) complimented me on it, which seemed like good value for £6. Was this one:

Kill Bill