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    I have never been to a gym lol my older sister is only jus old enough to join my local one I always like to wear my matching Trakkies and hoodie though
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    (Original post by Aydin7)
    The best way to show you care about your appearance isn't to wear a tracksuit.

    As for your parent's income that is irrelevant. You asked why tracksuits come across as lazy, and i told you it inherits partly from those on benefits as that's mostly who wears them.
    I do care about my appearance we'll I care about my hair always have matching hoodie and Trakkies and that it matches my trainers
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    (Original post by Tomo5000)
    I do care about my appearance we'll I care about my hair always have matching hoodie and Trakkies and that it matches my trainers
    tbh dude having matching stuff does you no favors, that's easy to do. You seem pretty stubborn on your tracksuits, if you don't want to fix your appearance just say.
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    (Original post by Aydin7)
    tbh dude having matching stuff does you no favors, that's easy to do. You seem pretty stubborn on your tracksuits, if you don't want to fix your appearance just say.
    I do care about my appearance though I make sure my hair is right and stuff
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    (Original post by Tomo5000)
    I do care about my appearance though I make sure my hair is right and stuff
    that's a good start, now you just need to change up your shoes and clothes. I'm not saying get rid of all your trackies and hoodies, maybe just switch it up with some jeans, t-shhirts etc. Mix and match ya'know
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    (Original post by Aydin7)
    that's a good start, now you just need to change up your shoes and clothes. I'm not saying get rid of all your trackies and hoodies, maybe just switch it up with some jeans, t-shhirts etc. Mix and match ya'know
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    Nothing kid, you do you.
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    Yes; that and the fact you go by 'Tom-o', which ranks on the Global Chav Index somewhere between 'Callum' and 'Brooklyn'.
    I laughed.
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    (Original post by Aydin7)
    Nothing kid, you do you.
    I wear them with my grey tracksuit and stuff
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    (Original post by Tomo5000)
    I wear them with my grey tracksuit and stuff
    Don't worry about it until you're older bro
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    (Original post by Aydin7)
    Don't worry about it until you're older bro
    Why would she call me a chav tho?
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    (Original post by Tomo5000)
    Why would she call me a chav tho?
    cos you wear tracksuits, i explained why that carries the association of being a chav before
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    (Original post by Aydin7)
    cos you wear tracksuits, i explained why that carries the association of being a chav before
    Should I stop wearing my hood up all the time
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    (Original post by Tomo5000)
    Should I stop wearing my hood up all the time
    Definitely, only put your hood up if it's raining/windy/cold. otherwise you just come across as chavy, unsociable and reclusive.
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    (Original post by Aydin7)
    Definitely, only put your hood up if it's raining/windy/cold. otherwise you just come across as chavy, unsociable and reclusive.
    What's reclusive mean ?
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    You posted this exact thread 2 days ago, I'm sure you've found your answer by now
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    (Original post by Tomo5000)
    What's reclusive mean ?
    Google?...Simplified it means you avoid the company of others.
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    (Original post by Tomo5000)
    What's reclusive mean ?
    This entire thread is pointless. If you don't even know what this means, yes, you are clearly a chav :toofunny:
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    (Original post by Aydin7)
    Google?...Simplified it means you avoid the company of others.
    I do avoid company of others sometimes :-/
 
 
 
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