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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06-07-2012 16:55 #11
06-07-2012 17:17 #12
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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.
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06-07-2012 17:27 #13
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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06-07-2012 17:28 #14
Camo flanno hilarious!!
06-07-2012 17:29 #15
06-07-2012 17:32 #16
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
06-07-2012 17:36 #17
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!!
06-07-2012 17:38 #18
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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06-07-2012 17:38 #19
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
06-07-2012 18:01 #20
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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