Since you are my rock and my fortress, for the sake of your name lead and guide me.
Absolutely!Or when it only gets an 'evening' out, rather than a full day. I have this little discussion with myself when picking a t-shirt: I ask myself how important is this event? and how long will the t-shirt be used? and what will go over the top? Then I'll choose from about 3 general t-shirt classifications: Highly awesome (my favs), last years highly awesome (now just acceptable), and finally 'this shirt only gets used for helping people move house or staying under a jumper'.Apparently I'm no longer a man since just admitting that...
Actually you are now a special kind of man FOR admitting that:)I'm totally with you on the whole jipped from only an evening's worth and event-importance.
If it only gets an evening out, you are allowed to wear it for the duration of the next morning (and you can push it to the full day as long as you aren't doing anything sweat-inducing).
oh, totally. Problem with me is that just breathing is sweat inducing.
Changed t-shirts before bible study last night for this very reason.I love the naming convention for your T-shirt classifications Sam. Highly intuitive.
I thought I was the only one!And RodeoClown I need to show your comment to my wife. Again, I'm not the only one...
@Lairdy: as long as you don't tell my wife :)
My solution would be to wear the shirt outside the jumper - or to wear multiple awesome shirts at once and remove layers as required (for temperature purposes) - they layers can then be rotated with the one touching your skin going into the wash and the others moving a step closer to the skin each day. The layers both protect people around you from the odour of the inner shirts (which have been on your person the longest) and keep you warm. Plus, if the occasion arises for a particular shirt with a particular slogan you can break the rotation rhythm. Assuming the washing process lasts one day you can get away with owning just 8 shirts - and wearing seven at a time. That may be excessive - but there's something nice about a perfectly rotated wardrobe.This is purely hypothetical - my wife would not let me get away with it.
wow-- it's quite a brotherhood, fellas!B.O. PRIDE.
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