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    His collection of Family Guy tshirts. Thank god he only wears them at home.

    A new addition is his 'phatties' (raver pants). They cost him $120 and I hate them! I mean, I used to wear them when I was younger - to raves. Not to the shops.

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    [Please don't quote the photo]

    I don't think anyone will beat my DP.
    I call this look the "Camo Flanno"
    It looks deserted but we were at a car show with thousands of people. It had just been raining so many had gone undercover.
    I was walking quite a few paces behind for a reason...lol



    If it is pants and a shirt, its an outfit.
    I often will get clothes out for him while he is having a shower to avoid future Camo Flanno incidences.
    Last edited by BrookeandLou; 06-07-2012 at 18:25. Reason: fixing photo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue&Pink View Post
    DF has a mambo shirt , its black with a white mambo dog farting out a music note.

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    Yeah my mil thought it was funny to buy dh that shirt. It didn't last long!

    My dh once had some pink (he says originally red) shorts that were torn and burnt from welding in them! You could see his jocks and it was practically a skirt. He wasn't happy but I had to throw them away!
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    Camo flanno hilarious!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrookeandLou View Post
    [Please don't quote the photo]

    I don't think anyone will beat my DP.
    I call this look the "Camo Flanno"
    It looks deserted but we were at a car show with thousands of people. It had just been raining so many had gone undercover.
    I was walking quite a few paces behind for a reason...lol

    If it is pants and a shirt, its an outfit.
    I often will get clothes out for him while he is having a shower to avoid future Camo Flanno incidences.
    I think we have a winner.

    That is ummm ... special?

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    My DP only yesterday wore a wife beater with a long sleeve shirt underneath trackies old torn with fluff balls all over them a tatty old flanny and his ugh boots with holes in the toes down town cause he didn't feel like changing he's special

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    The shirt that is now hidden in the depths of the wardrobe!!!

    It is two sizes too small for him (XS, he's now a M) so when he wore it, if he lifted his arms up half of his stomach would be exposed! It's a long sleeve, button up top that is this really unflattering pale lilac colour. And to top it off, he'd try to wear it un-ironed, and the material is the kind that crinkles really easy. Shocking!!

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    These are hilarious! See DH has nice clothes and takes care of himself but sometimes hes a dag and leaves the house looking 'special' lol

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    Oh and before he bought new shoes, for a couple of weeks he was walking around in shoes that were taped together with black masking tape to keep the sole attached

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    My DH will generally listen to me regarding outfits, he's really not too bad. He's paranoid about wearing tight clothes though, and so will tend to buy a shirt that's too big rather than too small.

    He really likes skate shoes which I think make him look a bit try-hard young...

    He also hates wearing dress pants, which disappoints me - I love a guy in a nice dress pants and shirt ensemble!


 

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