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Re: Band t-shirts

Post by carney » Fri Apr 23, 2010 1:06 pm

tompony wrote:If you can find the other two then you might even be able to put it on!
Both arms through one hole, or head plus one arm!?

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Re: Band t-shirts

Post by tompony » Fri Apr 23, 2010 1:48 pm

Well, I messed that up.

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Re: Band t-shirts

Post by Sasha » Tue Apr 27, 2010 5:50 am

I'll never let go of my Smiths shirt. It's the best article of clothing I've ever worn.

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Re: Band t-shirts

Post by sideburnsjim » Sat Dec 31, 2016 12:12 pm

Im at that stage where I now recognise im the middle aged man who wears nothing but band t-shirts. I literally have drawers of the things and need to move on. How does one go about this? Charity shops? Ebay? Assign them to the loft in the hope that future generations may come to love them? Bin?

Any suggestions on how to ween me off my twee cotton addiction greatly appreciated.

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Re: Band t-shirts

Post by Yex » Tue Jan 03, 2017 4:50 am

sideburnsjim wrote:Im at that stage where I now recognise im the middle aged man who wears nothing but band t-shirts.
I'm only 26 and I've reached the exact same conclusion.

Anyway, my advice would be to keep rocking on, but barring that, this seemed like the best option (it's what I do with t-shirts that no longer fit me, but which I can't stand to part with):
Assign them to the loft in the hope that future generations may come to love them?
Also these sound like lyrics:
Any suggestions on how to ween me off my twee cotton addiction greatly appreciated.
humblebee wrote:Yex, what's that siren? Quick, hide! I think it's the Eleven Music Distraction Police. They've been alerted to your outrageous crimes against the definition of a country!

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