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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleTime View Post
    No, its a light blue business shirt.

    What annoys me is that it has his name plastered on it.
    My husband is exactly the same



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    No not at all. DF works in the mines and wears the fluro orange shirt with reflector strips and navy blue pants with the same strips, doesn't worry me! I used to get embarrassed going anywhere in mine when I was a Macca's Manager as people would mention something work related to me. "I'm not currently at work so I couldn't care less sorry!"

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    I get embarrassed when DH wears his Studs Afloat uniform down to the shops...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Uniquey View Post
    ...a few of the fathers were there in their respective uniforms (Defence and Police) and I overheard these women saying things along the lines of, 'oh my God, I would hate for my husband to rock up wearing his uniform, so embarassing' and comments along those lines.
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    I'm just as confused as you! When did the general view shift from "I love a man in uniform" to "oh how embarrassing!" ??

    My hubby is a mechanic and while he is always quick to change after work, i wouldn't mind at all if he left his greasy workshop shirt on for a while

    I myself just wish i actually had a job. Uniform or not.



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    DHs doesn't have a uniform but when he goes to an event he has to wear his work logo (tv station) I don't get embarrassed neither does DH. But he HATES going out with it because he gets heaps of weirdos confront him about tv programs and just random crap.

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    My DH is a boilermaker and wears a yellow/navy with reflective striped shirt & navy work pants... and steelcaps.
    He is also in the defence force part time. I live in a mining town, so everyone is wearing their mining gear all the time.

    I personally find him wearing his work gear - either of them,thesexiest things he could be wearing. I feel very proud

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    No I dont, DH gets all proud of himself when he has to go to the shops in his uniform because he looks like a police officer hehe

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    I don't get embarrassed at all. Those women are silly
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    I was never embarrassed, I thought it was pretty sexy

    Ok, well maybe not the PT shorts

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    That's so snobby! I've never been embarrassed of a partner in work clothes. I'd me much more ashamed to have a partner that was as superficial and b!tchy as those women sound.

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