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  • bikebouy
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    Taking this one step further…

    Folks that drink too much coffee, you do realise that the stink of coffee comes out in yer sweat don’t you?

    Bit like smoking.

    Rancid.

    Ewe.

    I used to sit next to a girl who had very sweaty feet, would insist on wearing silly high heels and tights and by say about 10am her feet would honk sooo bad it became neigh on impossible to talk to her.. Eventually it plucked up the courage and broached the subject with her and she was so embarrassed at the situation she apologised and took care of it.

    Maybe a polite “Oi stinky, go wash” is all you need. 😉

    Premier Icon spawnofyorkshire
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    How difficult is it to wash and iron 5 workshirts a week?

    Iron?

    Premier Icon unklehomered
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    I’m impressed how he saw through my cunning ruse of truth telling.

    FWIW, shop always cold, only wear a shirt, not wild on jumpers over a shirt, and hate jackets, shop always cold. Not just saying that, it is always cold. Deep thick walled stone building on the shady side o the street, very well ventilated by the age old technique of poorly fitting doors and windows. So much so in winter the back room functions as a fridge. But even when I worked in the city, on all but the heat wave days, shirt for 2 days. If it wore a jacket then no way, its why I hate them, they just soak armpits, there’s nothing else like it, why would you wear one from choice, it bends my mind, all people who wear jackets are therefore dirty stinky mingers. It can only be so.

    Premier Icon unklehomered
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    How difficult is it to […] iron 5 workshirts a week?

    It’s not difficult, its just really really boring and a massive pain in the arse.

    In fact most dry cleaners will provide this service for you – “5 shirts washed and ironed for £X

    😆 😆 😆

    Premier Icon gofasterstripes
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    As above. I was wondering what the average length of the STW massive’s trouser-wearing was [assuming no “accidents”].

    A day – like a teeshirt?
    A couple of days – like a change-into shirt?
    A week like socks?

    Just curious, I think i’m up to a week with these jeans, but just got rained-on so they whiff and I’ve had to put a pair of Engineer’s trousers on. Yesterday I wore the same pants [BY MISTAKE] for two days and that was a bit sweaty too 🙁

    Junkyard
    Member

    t’s minging wearing a shirt for more than 1 day, its common etiquette,

    Repeating this wont make it a fact

    You are out in public rubbing up against, sitting on, leaning against,

    We are not all into frotting as much as you seem to be 😉

    Take into account that pretty much anyone with any sense of fashion would also suggest that its a 100% no-no too.

    Oh FFS you are trolling aren’t you…please say you are

    Oh in that case yes if it is my sisters jeans and I am on the fixie I change every day

    Its common etiquette, as most people on here have said too.

    No you said etiquette and the poll seems fairly mixed but I think you are in the minoirty tbh

    Please, for the sake of your friends, colleagues and the general public, change your shirts more.

    Oh FFS If i worked in heavy industry, down the pit , on a farm or other strenous activity then yes i would

    I wont do it because it offends your sense of fashion or etiquette

    You seem borderline OCD tbh on this given your “fears”

    zokes
    Member

    No amount of excess quoting will hide the fact that you’re, erm, a bit wiffy, Junky 😉

    LHS
    Member

    LOL

    Dude, i’m not going to argue with you. You keep on-going, just glad i don’t have to be near you.

    Minging.

    Premier Icon DezB
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    You are out in public rubbing up against, sitting on, leaning against, eating, drinking, visiting restrooms, out in pollution, rubbing against you skin for a whole day, sweating in

    You are.
    Mostly, I ride my bike in. Rest, shower. Add deodorant. Put on shirt over clean, non-covered-in-stale-sweat-unlike-your-good-self body. Sit on my arse for about 7 hours. Hang (still sweet smelling, pretty much clean) shirt. Ride home.

    Its common etiquette, as most people on here have said too. Please, for the sake of your friends, colleagues and the general public, change your shirts more.

    No

    Premier Icon unklehomered
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    What LHS doesn’t realise is I actually queue up behind him at the sandwich shop most days, I know he thinks its a bit jostly, but in reality, I’m just having a little rub when I think I can get away with it. You know that guy that stands too close and breathes in your ear? Yup, me, in a 2+ day old shirt. I actually only wear 2 day old shirts, ever.

    jools182
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    I broke a new personal record with jeans last month

    Over 2 weeks, almost 3 🙂

    everything else gets changed daily

    Junkyard
    Member

    No

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    Junky

    That would be the smell of me talking shit

    Premier Icon pictonroad
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    jeans. months tbh… or until the baby pees on them, even then it’s a bit of a drag.

    grum
    Member

    You are out in public rubbing up against, sitting on, leaning against, eating, drinking, visiting restrooms, out in pollution, rubbing against you skin for a whole day, sweating in… the list goes on. Take into account that pretty much anyone with any sense of fashion would also suggest that its a 100% no-no too.

    Jesus. The world must really be a terrifying place for you eh.

    Just wondering, do you change your bed sheets every day as well? Or just shower twice a day?

    zokes
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    visiting restrooms,

    What are these mythical things our seppo friends whitter on about? They just seem like your common-or-garden bog to me.

    Premier Icon gofasterstripes
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    LHS I’m surprised you didn’t run a mile when I said I wore my socks for a week 😉

    A friend of mine skied in a pair for a week – he could balance them vertically on his hand on the last morning when they came off the radiator!

    LHS
    Member

    What LHS doesn’t realise is I actually queue up behind him at the sandwich shop most days, I know he thinks its a bit jostly, but in reality, I’m just having a little rub when I think I can get away with it. You know that guy that stands too close and breathes in your ear? Yup, me, in a 2+ day old shirt. I actually only wear 2 day old shirts, ever.

    I enjoy the rub, just not the smell.

    Junkyard
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    Rest room sounds so much cleaner and with fewer germs

    LHS
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    Bed sheets once a week, but then i don’t wear them out and about!!

    Premier Icon unklehomered
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    On Beds, here I am quite picky, always bath/shower in the evenings and go to bed clean. The idea of going to bed dirty appalls me. How could you it? If after anight out or extreme laziness I do, its deff bed change the next day.

    peterfile
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    Suit(s) trews, dry cleaned every 3 wears,

    You’re suits must look like shit 🙂

    Seriously, they don’t need dry cleaned every 3 wears, it’s wool. Plus, dry cleaning is destructive, suits suffer.

    Do it as infrequently as possible.

    Premier Icon gofasterstripes
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    Wasn’t it DrP that started a thread about whether he could be bothered to wash before bed once – he was covered in mud 😆

    chewkw
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    Jeans – once a month.

    T-shirt – Summer time everyday, winter time 2 – 3 days as “base” layer.

    Shirt – once a week during winter (does not smell due to base layer but then the collar get stain)& 2 days max in Summer.

    😆

    LHS
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    Shirt – once a week during winter

    holy **** REALLY?

    Premier Icon binners
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    Well this issue certainly seems to have become quite polarised. It reminds me a bit of

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4wBLUBa8YI[/video]

    You can’t beat a bit of OCD 😀

    Premier Icon iainc
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    back onto the dry cleaning and suits. I wear a suit every day to work, rotate between about 3 of them and they each get cleaned maybe twice a year. So i reckon thats about 2 months of ‘wear’ , minus holidays, dress down fridays etc, so maybe 6 weeks. Maybe I’m a minger 🙂

    cardiac
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    I don’t own any jeans. My corduroys are washed when either soiled or smelly. My breeks are also the same. I like to handwash my shirts after every wear though.

    grum
    Member

    Bed sheets once a week, but then i don’t wear them out and about!!

    But you’re out and about all day rubbing yourself against stuff, then you lay in bed all night sweating and rubbing on your bed sheets.

    Found out.

    Minging.

    peterfile
    Member

    back onto the dry cleaning and suits. I wear a suit every day to work, rotate between about 3 of them and they each get cleaned maybe twice a year. So i reckon thats about 2 months of ‘wear’ , minus holidays, dress down fridays etc, so maybe 6 weeks. Maybe I’m a minger

    Guidance suggests you keep it to a few times per year, so you’re about the recommended level 🙂

    I do mine once a season, normally when I’m on holiday.

    The chemicals they use are not good for your suit at all. You’d be better off buying a new suit every 6 months than spanking all that money on constant dry cleaning and looking like crap.

    LHS
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    But you’re out and about all day rubbing yourself against stuff, then you lay in bed all night sweating and rubbing on your bed sheets.

    Then I wake up in the morning and shower, put on a clean set of clothes like a normal human being, and go about my day.

    In fact, not that you probably give a **** but I shower most evenings too as I normally go for a late night run with the dog.

    Mrs Toast
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    A week like socks?

    Premier Icon iainc
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    The chemicals they use are not good for your suit at all. You’d be better off buying a new suit every 6 months than spanking all that money on constant dry cleaning and looking like crap.

    aye, and I always think they make the suit smell a bit too !

    ditto on getting them cleaned when on hols, Christmas, Easter, Summer etc

    Junkyard
    Member

    I shower most evenings too

    I was personally shocked to find out you shower twice a day

    How many times do you wash your hands?

    Premier Icon gofasterstripes
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    Well now that’s an interesting one Mrs Toast – IIRC the first time we see Mal he’s taking a leak, then he pushes the loo up into the wall, rinses his hands with water for a second and splashes it on his face!

    LHS
    Member

    I was personally shocked to find out you shower twice a day

    You were shocked to find out I shower after exercise!? Oh christ, no one start a thread asking how many times can you exercise before you need to shower, I’d dread to think what JY’s answer would be?

    Minging.

    Premier Icon gofasterstripes
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    Allright Jade, calm down. You don’t actually have to cuddle JY you know 🙂

    Junkyard
    Member

    You are having a proper froth and humour fail here aren’t you 🙄

    FWIW i think you seem a bit concerned about clothes and rather lax about bed sheets. Given what happen in the bed with sweat and other bodily fluids I would be changing/washing those sheets more often
    I managed to say that without calling you some names
    I suspect a polite or rational conversation with you is unlikely on this issue

    yours minger [ but in clean bed sheets]

    peterfile
    Member

    Given what happen in the bed with sweat and other bodily fluids I would be changing/washing those sheets more often

    Remind me never to stay over at your gaff JY 😯 😉

    Premier Icon binners
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    Now now you pair of mingers boys, lets calm down and look at some kittens. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

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