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I'd like it to stop.
...that the AFC Bournemouth types in the house next door would be wise to follow.
newcastle home strip (the one with the white shoulders and no collar).
I didn't buy it all in one go and I think I only ever wore it all together a handful of times but it did make me feel like i was about 9 yrs old whenever i did it.
i needed to wear football gear while doing it and the nufc club shops kept having sales (i'm not paying £40 for this stuff)
For some reason, my dad insists on wearing a replica AC Milan shirt, even though he has an official one. It looks cheap and tacky, dad - sort it out! I don't care if you got it from someone for a fiver
is it acceptable then?
cos i do that. but only cos i got an england shirt for a tenner which is cheaper than a cheap training shirt.
It's just the wearing it to the pub/match etc.
Although, I was having a conversation along these lines the other day and lots of people seemed to think that it was no different to wearing a band tee shirt.
Naturally, I begged to differ.
there is no difference between wearing a band t-shirt to a gig and a football shirt to a football match
you were at would doubtless have been wearing tee shirts anyway (and in any case
may be wearing a tee shirt endorsing a band that aren't on the bill).
It seems unlikely that anyone would have chosen to wear an ill fitting, garishly coloured polyester monstrosity emblazoned with the logo of an obscure South Korean typewriter manufacturer.
I only ever wear my only football shirt at the pub for england games.
It's natural to wear the team colours and almost expected. But wearing a band t-shirt to a gig of the same band just looks a bit silly.
i'm wearing a fake tanzania football shirt. how indie am i?
(mainly wearing it mind because the only other clean t-shirt i have is this garish yellow...thing that was a present from a well-meaning but apparently colour-blind sister)