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    (Original post by dennisthe3rd)
    yeah goes well with polo tops
    I don't understand. People wouldn't be able to see the vest anyway? Why would you want to show it?
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    Maan i love my vests I always think they look nice under collared shirts. They also give you the option to wear your shirt open. I also like just wearing a vest and a zip up hoodie...
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    (Original post by lareneg)
    But I am a nerd :woo:.

    epic win
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    (Original post by Mj86)
    Maan i love my vests I always think they look nice under collared shirts. They also give you the option to wear your shirt open. I also like just wearing a vest and a zip up hoodie...
    What? You expose your vest? wtf?!

    Wait. Are we talking short sleeved top vest, or singlet? :curious:
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    oh, I forgot I did buy a thermal vest last year. I bought it for running etc in the cold. Unfortunately I didn't really think it through...after weightlifting and training it no longer fits me.
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    (Original post by mr eko)
    oh, I forgot I did buy a thermal vest last year. I bought it for running etc in the cold. Unfortunately I didn't really think it through...after weightlifting and training it no longer fits me.
    And now it's a tight vest! Use it wisely.
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    I was made to wear vests as a child too, but I don't wear them now. I did, however, wear thermal vests when I was in Sweden last weekend, just because it was a bit nippier there than it is here.
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    (Original post by Phugoid)
    I was made to wear vests as a child too, but I don't wear them now. I did, however, wear thermal vests when I was in Sweden last weekend, just because it was a bit nippier there than it is here.
    So, why did you stop?
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    No, I wear tops?
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    And now it's a tight vest! Use it wisely.
    Gay bar?
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    (Original post by mr eko)
    Gay bar?
    If you go for that sort of thing, I suppose.

    But I'm sure it would help with the ladies too.
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    If you go for that sort of thing, I suppose.

    But I'm sure it would help with the ladies too.
    Well It can't make me any worse I guess.
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    So, why did you stop?
    Because I got to the age where I was in charge of my own wardrobe, and took the liberty of cutting out all non-essential clothing so I could have that extra few minutes in bed.

    Vest = non-essential, hence it was dropped in favour of 10 seconds extra sleepy time .
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    (Original post by Phugoid)
    Because I got to the age where I was in charge of my own wardrobe, and took the liberty of cutting out all non-essential clothing so I could have that extra few minutes in bed.

    Vest = non-essential, hence it was dropped in favour of 10 seconds extra sleepy time .
    I see.

    But where do you draw the line with these things? :lolwut:?
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    nope not since i was about 6
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    i hate vests, i have always refused to wear them. my mother tried to force me, but it never worked - it's probably why i hate them. my sister wore them, though, and i think she still does. but only when it's cold, obviously, it's a bit pointless in the summer.
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    (Original post by Purple_Pan)
    i hate vests, i have always refused to wear them. my mother tried to force me, but it never worked - it's probably why i hate them. my sister wore them, though, and i think she still does. but only when it's cold, obviously, it's a bit pointless in the summer.
    But they absorb any sweat. :ahee:
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    I see.

    But where do you draw the line with these things? :lolwut:?
    I live in Glasgow, so the line is fairly well defined as according to the weather - at least one layer of covering is necessary at all times! Luckily, that line is also deemed socially acceptable :P.
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    (Original post by Phugoid)
    I live in Glasgow, so the line is fairly well defined as according to the weather - at least one layer of covering is necessary at all times! Luckily, that line is also deemed socially acceptable :P.
    :yes:

    Does it rain often there?
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    But they absorb any sweat. :ahee:
    but they also make you sweat more. I'd rather have less sweat to be absorbed. (I don't cope well with heat, though *shudder*) I'll stick to keeping cool with ice.
 
 
 
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