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I was shopping for some new tee-shirts as I only own 12 long sleeve tees, 44 tank tops, and 30 short Sleeve Tees. One can never have enough Tee Shirts. When I am not in my cycling gear which is mostly cycling shorts and racer-back jerseys I am in Tee Shirts and shorts. I do not own a dress, have three skirts and two pair of jeans. They are for places where shorts are not allowed or practical. Like nice restaurants and arc welding. Found some shirts with great logos. "I hate everyone and pants", "4 out of 3 people struggle with math", "I Don't Trip I Do Random Gravity Checks", "Lazy is a very strong word. I prefer to call it selective participation", "Save the Chubby Unicorns" (with picture of rhinoceros). These all really fit the person I am because saving animals is a passion, I tend to ride my bike before house work and laundry, I do trip on sidewalk cracks when walking and crash my bicycle at random times, I am somewhat confused by math, and I hate almost everyone and especially pants.

Elf

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bare_elf's picture
agree

I agree with Kathy, A long tee-shirt is not the same as a tee-shirt dress. I do not wear a bag with sleeves Wink I like a little style/shape Sexy
Elf

kathycf's picture
Long Tees

Nitpicking and rambling! It's a big day for me.

Over sized t-shirts look more like a nightgown than a dress, I think. I used to steal my ex-husbands t-shirts to sleep in (he is 6"2' and I am 5"1' soooo yeah).

To me, a t-shirt "style" dress should be more tailored and fitted like this one.

Eh, toMAYto - toMAhto. "A rose by any other name" blahblah and so forth.

Insane

If the tee-shirt is long enough ...

bare_elf wrote:
Also if the tee-shirt is long enough pants and even shorts are really unnecessary I do believe.
That is called a dress.

bare_elf's picture
never thought about it but maybe

ghastley wrote:
I'd never though of combining those activities before!

Is that what the Elf smiley is doing?

The Elf elf is arc welding a restaurant never though of mixing the two. Normally I eat food at restaurants and I arc weld for fun. Like taking old bicycle parts. gears, seat post and such and making a rack to hang my keys, cycling gloves and caps (both cycling and baseball). Next time I just might take the portable welder to a restaurant just to see the reaction.
Elf

ghastley's picture
Nice resaurants and arc welding

I'd never though of combining those activities before!

Is that what the Elf smiley is doing?

bare_elf's picture
I like those too.

I like leggings and old jeans too. It is the new jeans, dress up pants like for business suit, that I dislike. Maybe I just do not like expensive and fancy. Like $100+ jeans with lace or holes that you did not put in them yourself. I can not see the need to buy jeans that someone has already warn out for you. When I buy a new pair of jeans they are just jeans and always under $50.00. The first thing I do is wash them about 10 times with a strong soap in a cement mixer that also has river rocks and broken stones. This makes them soft, used looking and sometimes adds a hole or two. I have several pairs of leggings. I never thought of them as pants, are they? Always thought of them as extra skin for when you could not find a body paint artist to dress you. Also if the tee-shirt is long enough pants and even shorts are really unnecessary I do believe.
Elf

kathycf's picture
But pants? :(

I get most of what you saying, but how can you hate pants??
I like leggings and soft things and old jeans.

Shorts only at home. If I went out in shorts I'm sure passerby would swoon over the the glow given off by such pasty pale legs and want to hire me as a portable lamp.

Anyway, this is one of the bad ways pants can get us:

C'mon, people, who has split their pants? We won't tell.