WTF They used to do PE shirtless Watch

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My uncle told me this a few days ago, I didn't believe him but it's true.
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If it were girls then that would be a whole different story.
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If it were girls then that would be a whole different story.
No it's only boys, that would be ducking creepy if they made girls do that though.But still, it's weird how this used to be normal
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No it's only boys, that would be ducking creepy if they made girls do that though.But still, it's weird how this used to be normal
That means strange things are able to happen to boys more frequently. Oh crap.....
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Meh I mean. I don't see anything wrong with it, plenty of guys go around shirtless nowadays and many do at sporting events so I don't see why it would be that uncommon in PE
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My dad said that in the early 80s, at primary school it was reasonably common for boys to do PE shirtless, also to do it in underwear if you didn't have PE kit.
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I don't see how it's a big deal? I mean, don't you do shirts vs skins? It's basically the same thing but everyone's shirtless instead of just a few
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(Original post by desaf1)
I don't see how it's a big deal? I mean, don't you do shirts vs skins? It's basically the same thing but everyone's shirtless instead of just a few
This is what I was going to say. Instead of using bibs, at my school we used to do shirts vs skins.
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We used to do that in my school whenever we had a supply teacher and played basketball :laugh: It really isn't as bad as you're making it out to be really. I personally found it to be more comfortable (especially when its really hot indoors).
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(Original post by desaf1)
I don't see how it's a big deal? I mean, don't you do shirts vs skins? It's basically the same thing but everyone's shirtless instead of just a few
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This is what I was going to say. Instead of using bibs, at my school we used to do shirts vs skins.
Didn't know this still happened. Can you choose to opt out though and wear a shirt? In my uncle's days, you absolutely had to be shirtless for it.
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in my primary we had to do p.e. without shorts and boxers, the techer said it's good for bloodflow or something, then he used to inspect us in the changing room

anyone else had this?
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(Original post by AIDS Skrillex)
in my primary we had to do p.e. without shorts and boxers, the techer said it's good for bloodflow or something, then he used to inspect us in the changing room

anyone else had this?
Erm... yeah sure...that's normal I'm sure
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Would not it feel a bit cold ?
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Would not it feel a bit cold ?
Doing PE in the winter, even with a shirt on, still feels cold lol
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Doing PE in the winter, even with a shirt on, still feels cold lol
But you are allowed to wear a jumper , right?
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But you are allowed to wear a jumper , right?
No at my school we wore a t-shirt.
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In my first school (so ages 5-9) if you didn't have your pe kit you would have to do it in your 'knickers and vest', no matter if you were a girl or a boy. We also didn't have changing rooms, everyone got changed in the main classroom together.
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No at my school we wore a t-shirt.
In my school we could wear jumper over t-shirt , was that not allowed at your school ?
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Anyone else remember penis inspection day?
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Anyone else remember penis inspection day?
You're not serious, right?
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