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    DP dresses really well .. Because I buy pretty much all his clothes bahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Bboys View Post
    I think we have a winner.

    That is ummm ... special?
    He saw nothing wrong with it at all and even was paying me out about buying and wearing gumboots! lol (our campsite was just sloppy mud and I stepped ankle deep into it and ruined my shoes)
    He is such a laid back guy, he has a lot of nice clothes but he definitely is a creature of comfort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrookeandLou View Post
    He is such a laid back guy, he has a lot of nice clothes but he definitely is a creature of comfort.
    Same as my DH

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    DH is still stuck in the early 90's baggy jeans, oversized tees...he even has fat laces... Oh dear...

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    DF has an awesome wardrobe but only because i do all of his clothes shopping!
    He does have one white tshirt that his mates signed when he was moving from about 10 years ago. He wears it for indoor cricket each week and i hate it!
    Ive slowly weeded out all the clothes i hate but i cant get rid of this shirt, its too sentimental.

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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.

    He also has a tshirt about being a social drinker that I hate

    And a tshirt that is a Heinekin rip off that says "high again"

    If i could get into his wardrobe and throw things, they'd be the three that go

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    Dh has that mambo top, he's extremely proud of it lol. Also another tee that is so worn the fabric is disintegrating... In fairness he only wears that when working around the house but he was very impressed one day in Bunnings when he saw a man with a 'more worn' tee than his

    My most hated item tho is an old grey oversized washed out sweater that is just gonna mysteriously disappear over next summer, I'll just be all blank when he looks for it next winter he he

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    DP wears black only.. He has maybe 1-2 pairs of pants, 1-2 shorts n about 12 tshirts (mostly bands) He has one pair of converse shoes with red laces and doesn't own a jumper or jacket. All of his clothes have holes, faded, safety pins.. Ect. He ALWAYS wears a beanie or hat.

    I wouldn't change anything. It's how he was when I met him, he's his own person and i don't honestly care what he wears, his clothes are always clean.

    I think he'd look weird in 'normal' clothes. :P


 

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