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  • zokes
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    Right up until the moment the missus seductively takes them off me

    Premier Icon Bregante
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    A week like socks?

    😯

    Premier Icon scotroutes
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    Sam wrote:

    A week like socks?

    Dood 😐

    Junkyard
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    TBH i think folk are a little OTT in this area

    I work in a air conditioned office WhyTF would I change my shirt every day?

    Trousers it depends tbh on what i do three days ish?

    Premier Icon FuzzyWuzzy
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    Work suit trousers probably a couple of weeks worth although usually rotate between a few. Jeans I only wash if they get dirty

    trail_rat
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    jeans ….. till they smell – i hate freshly washed jeans

    office trousers -wash em once a week

    shirts/teeshirts – daily

    socks and underwear – daily

    When they stink.

    samuri
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    4 days for work trousers for me. Take ’em into work Monday morning nice and clean, wear ’em for work 4 days and then take ’em home Thursday night (friday being dress down day). Although obvious because I cycle-commute, I only actually wear them between about 7:30 and 5:30.

    If I poo myself or spill vodka down them I usually change them that day.

    At home I’ll wear the same pair of jeans for a few days but manly work shorts can be worn for over a week. Girls love the sweaty smell of them!

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    I work in a air conditioned office WhyTF would I change my shirt every day?

    so you’re the bloke in the office who reeks and is literally ripe but noone has the balls to say anything to about it 😀

    Jeans meh – whenever they’re dirty, work pants, same.
    Sock – come on man….daily surely…?

    Rorschach
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    Used to whip them off if she said I could buy her a drink 😳 ……now I wait until she asks if I want coffee 8) .

    Edric 64
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    Jeans for a week ,but as its summer I have worn shorts since May

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    *chuckles about the sock thing* 😉

    I guess it depends where you wear ’em

    I_Ache
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    I only normally wash my trousers/shorts when I inevitably spill something down them.
    T-shirts/shirts get changed after every wear.
    Pants and Socks after every wear/day.
    Coats, when they smell. I hose down muddy bike coats and then leave them, they never get washed properly.

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    Until bedtime usually, sometimes before.

    peterfile
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    I work in a air conditioned office WhyTF would I change my shirt every day?

    lol 🙂 you’ve identified yourself as one of “those” guys in the office

    Suits are rotated daily, cleaned when needed
    Everything else, worn once then washed

    except…jeans and knitwear! normally get a few wears out of them before washing, only on the basis that they don’t feel as nice when freshly washed and don’t seem to smell/get as dirty

    trail_rat
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    what does the engineer think about you wearing his trousers ?

    zokes
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    That poster is very offensive. Appalling apostrophe use!

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    Right up until Zokes’ missus seductively takes them off me. +1 😉

    Errr, couple of days, depends, less in hot summer, might be a bit more in winter.

    LHS
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    I work in a air conditioned office WhyTF would I change my shirt every day?

    Because its minging not to!!!

    fasthaggis
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    OP…you smell.

    Someone had to tell you 😀

    Oh ,and your post made me start to itching .

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    iF YOU CAN TELL FROM THERE i’M REALLY CONCERNED 😯

    Premier Icon DezB
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    Trousers? When the stains show.

    Shirts, wear em a couple of times – unless I forget to bring a new one in for post commuting duties, then they may get worn 3 or 4 times.
    They never smell anyway. I could wear a shirt for a year and it wouldn’t smell so DON’T JUDGE EVERYONE BY YOUR OWN STANDARDS! (peterfile & LHS, I mean you BO boys.)

    bikebouy
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    Slightly odd thread but what the heck..

    Suit(s) trews, dry cleaned every 3 wears, so that’s once every three days but I alternate between suits so I get about 2 1/2 weeks out of my tres before they need cleaning (5 suits)

    Jeans, again I think it’s about 3 days wear but I don’t wear the same pair one day to the next and God knows how many jeans I have..

    Shorts, longer about a week.

    Pants, who wears pants?? You freaks 😆

    Premier Icon unklehomered
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    Shirts for 2 days here too unless there’s a reason to change early, you guys must really enjoy ironing.

    LHS
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    Wearing a shirt for more than a day is minging and no amount of justification will get you out of that one. You’ve been found out.

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    I change my shirt every day as I’m a style icon, and have a reputation to keep up….

    Premier Icon unklehomered
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    Why?

    The shop’s never hot, I walk to work (5 mins). I sit behind a desk. It would be madness to wash each shirt after 8 hours in such conditions.

    grum
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    Wearing a shirt for more than a day is minging and no amount of justification will get you out of that one. You’ve been found out.

    You’re clearly a very sweaty person.

    LHS
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    You’re clearly a very sweaty person.

    Quite the contrary, and if you think changing clothes is judged by when they smell then you have a big problem.

    Minging.

    Ming

    ing

    I stand by previous statement.

    Premier Icon Teetosugars
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    If you buy certain brands of jeans, they advise you to wear them for a year before washing them…

    And people do. 😐

    allthepies
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    Work shirt for > 1 day is a no-no. You might think it smells like a fresh summer meadow after 8hrs pen pushing but in reality it smells like a tramp’s undies.

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    even if you get grass stains on your knees when you’ve been out dogging?

    plyphon
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    Only really if I shit myself which happens tops TOPS once or twice a month.

    Junkyard
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    Because its minging not to!!!

    Stinking of BO is minging sitting at a desk doing no physical exercise in not going to make me sweat never mind to the extent I stink

    Wearing a shirt for more than a day is minging and no amount of justification will get you out of that one. You’ve been found out.

    What where they publicly admitted to it ..you are Sherlcok Homes etc

    Its amusing reading the borderline OCD telling us we must be like them or we smell.
    I think you need some help with your fears tbh

    I would offer you a hug but you might get some germs or an unpleasant smell and we would not want that

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    You’re clearly a very sweaty person in denial.

    wordnumb
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    Just until they are able to walk by themselves, then I set them free.

    LHS
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    You guys are minging, no amount of shifting the emphasis on to me will stop that fact!

    Found out.

    Minging.

    Premier Icon spawnofyorkshire
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    I own at least 15 suitable work shirts and three pairs of work trousers as running/cycling/climbing/hockey gear takes priority in my washing machine, I only need to do one works wash every few weeks then. Change my socks everyday though as my feet reek if i don’t.
    I shower at least once a day or i do become ‘that bloke’ in the office (and we don’t have air conditioning)

    Junkyard
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    If you are not trolling you need some help

    Your not even articulating a case very well

    its just you smell so there

    As for found out we are admitting it so whay are you saying “found out”?

    LHS
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    I have not said that you smell, in fact if you read the post i said that you should not judge based on smell.

    It’s minging wearing a shirt for more than 1 day, its common etiquette,

    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.

    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.

    How difficult is it to wash and iron 5 workshirts a week? In fact most dry cleaners will provide this service for you – “5 shirts washed and ironed for £X. Wonder why they choose 5!? Oh, because you should wear a clean one everyday!!!

    Minging.

    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. 😉

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

    Iron?

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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.

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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

    😆 😆 😆

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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 🙁

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