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    (Original post by sexyguy)
    I agree. However just because it is generic doesnt mean it isnt nice.
    I didn't say it wasn't nice.

    I said it was nothing special.
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    (Original post by lella_m)
    They weren't harsh

    I've seen a hundred million shirts about at the moment that look exactly the same :dontknow:
    I was just kidding
    Yeah, omg that's why I don't wear mine any more :emo: Make them leave.
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    (Original post by Pawsies)
    Yes! but I wouldn't pay £35 for it :s

    Checked shirts are hot though :p:
    I suppose it's relative. I thought 35 was pretty cheap. i am used to paying like 70 so that seems ok.
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    (Original post by maxfire)
    I was just kidding
    Yeah, omg that's why I don't wear mine any more :emo: Make them leave.
    It doesn't stop certain people looking a million times better in them than others though :cool:
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    (Original post by sexyguy)
    I suppose it's relative. I thought 35 was pretty cheap. i am used to paying like 70 so that seems ok.
    mreh. you could probably get one similar at tesco and no one would know if you cut the label off
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    (Original post by Pawsies)
    mreh. you could probably get one similar at tesco and no one would know if you cut the label off
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    (Original post by lella_m)
    It doesn't stop certain people looking a million times better in them than others though :cool:
    Stop messing with the boys woman :nn:.
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    (Original post by Pawsies)
    mreh. you could probably get one similar at tesco and no one would know if you cut the label off
    Except tesco use lower pattern cotton (although, I don't actually know what pattern cotton JW use, but it's probably 100s.)
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    (Original post by sexyguy)
    http://www.jackwills.com/Store/Produ...tion=003108283

    what do you think? x
    You could probably find the same shirt in h&m for half the price. Like everyone else did last spring.
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    (Original post by lolhenry)
    [img]http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/image.php?u=392426&dateline=1264 223076&type=profile
    Mate what is your point? 1) You don't have a pic, 2) You keep posting asking about how to lose a stone and about weight loss pills - those things combined means you have no right to try and be clever.

    Finally mate I really don't see why you are trying to be a smart arse. Now stop being a keyboard hero and go and watch some anime.
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    (Original post by lella_m)
    It doesn't stop certain people looking a million times better in them than others though :cool:
    Ha. I guess you're right. It's the same for everything though aint it :ahee:
    I must say, I look rather dashing :perv:
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    (Original post by reems23)
    Stop messing with the boys woman :nn:.
    Wut.

    I was merely stating the fact that others may and do look better than others in them.

    I was insinuating nothing.
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    (Original post by Bagration)
    Except tesco use lower pattern cotton (although, I don't actually know what pattern cotton JW use, but it's probably 100s.)

    Well, if you're buying a shirt based on the amount of cotton in it then yeah. Spend £35 if you wish but that's not something I consider when purchasing :cool:
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    (Original post by lella_m)
    wut.
    you like teasing the boys of tsr :moon:, when they lust after you? It gives you a kick yes?
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    (Original post by reems23)
    you like teasing the boys of tsr :moon:, when they lust after you? It gives you a kick yes?
    Look up.

    Also, no.
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    (Original post by Pawsies)
    Well, if you're buying a shirt based on the amount of cotton in it then yeah. Spend £35 if you wish but that's not something I consider when purchasing
    I'm just saying, you won't get the same thing from Tesco, although it might look reasonably similar (until it falls apart, lol). I mean, really Tesco != fashion.
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    (Original post by Pawsies)
    Well, if you're buying a shirt based on the amount of cotton in it then yeah. Spend £35 if you wish but that's not something I consider when purchasing :cool:

    At the end of the day you are paying for two things. 1) Quality - unlike handm and primark hopefully it will not fall to bits in the wash. 2) Brand - there is no way of getting around this. In the same way you are paying for a bmw you are buying clothing as much as a status symbol as much as anything else.
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    (Original post by lella_m)
    Look up.

    Also, no.
    Hmmmm.
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    (Original post by Bagration)
    I'm just saying, you won't get the same thing from Tesco, although it might look reasonably similar (until it falls apart, lol). I mean, really Tesco != fashion.
    Eh. Tbh a shirt is a shirt to me. Rather spend money on other things but heyho. Difference of opinion and all that :yep:
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    (Original post by sexyguy)
    At the end of the day you are paying for two things. 1) Quality - unlikehandm and primark hopefully it will not fall to bits in the wash. 2) Brand - there is no way of getting around this. In the same way you are paying for a bmw you are buying clothing as much as a status symbol as much as anything else.
    Hrm. Never heard of any cheap clothing falling apart? Mine certainly hasn't?

    Really couldn't care less about branding, if a guy looks good then :yep: but I don't inspect the labels.

    I don't want to cause a disagreement here anyway so I'll leave your thread in peace now :p:
 
 
 
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