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Most annoying way to spend money?
having to buy industrial-strength acid to dissolve the remains of the hookers you killed the previous night?
I'd say buying stuff from Next is still probably more regrettable
you have to use something dont you. you cant not buy it, as where offices dont have to make you wear shirts.
I intend to never have a job where I can't wear jeans and t-shirt.
so far so good, but....
yet I still wear a shirt and proper trousers.
I think it's so people on the train don't look at me in derision
then boooyah theirarses back to donkey town
taking pride in your appearance you know. who knows, you might even meet a nice girl/boy.
But I'm freelance, and they can't offer me much work this month, so I'm doing some temp work next week for some exam board
Prior to this, I had two suitable shirts. One white, the other about four years old
>>> anything from Next.
non iron shirts are horrible.
get charity shopping.
just got a temp job starting tomorrow but I have no time today to get appropriate clothing. Will be turning up in a bit of an odd mix of clothing I think but fuck em, I'm only answering the pissing phone.
buys you a shirt that you didn't ask for and don't like and then says "that's 6 pounds you owe me!" THANKS I DIDN'T EVEN WANT THE BLOODY THING.
you can get shirts in tesco for about 2 english pounds. im sure they are of the highest quality, made in unionised factories.
Wear your work clothes when you go out. I've taken to doing this and now I feel I'm getting real value for money. Failing that go to primark, shirts are about 50p each in there.
Topman sold 'workshirts' perhaps a few plain t-shirts and nothing else!
for Christmas/buy them when doing your weekly supermarket shop. Easy!
must be a total riot of fun!
i don't have to wear shirts to work. mostly because it means i quite enjoy wearing them outside of work.
From £3 for a short sleeve shirt resembling cardboard right up to a fairly decent long sleeve 100% cotton job with tie for £10.
makes me feel marginally more important. If I turned up in a jeans and tshirt I'd feel like I was able to muck about more.
I don't mind at all. Means I have nice clothes on the rare occasions I need them for an evening out and I can bask in feeling smart, as the rest of then time I doss about looking like a bum.