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guy in here occasionally wears his British lions rugby jersey to work on dress down days. i think less of him for it.
just not a professional one
wearing a rangers shirt in this office ain't going to go down well
and you're at work. It's not like you're going into a particular club's pub during a derby, is it? I dunno.
what's your problem with this dude's affiliation to the British Lions though?
it just made me realise how even a scotland shirt might be seen as an affront to those in the office of rUK persuasions and the lions shirt might be the only optio
Seriously though: people who have a problem with other people wearing a shirt of a particular club: get to fuck.
I spent a fair few minutes the other day deciding which one out of my Spurs, Hertha Berlin and Quetzaltenago Super Goats shirts I should wear but I completely forgot about this morning and so am just wearing nothing (a normal shirt) :(
...why is it that?
A lot of Arsenal shirts in here today. And one smartarse wearing a threadbare NFL jersey.
but Rugby or faux rugby kits seem to be acceptable. I have seen a guy in tracksuit bottoms before, but another guy was called out for wearing smartish shorts on a hot day. I wear faded band t-shirts pretty much every week, no worries.
shinpads and all
I have a Club Brugge KV scarf I sometimes wear to work. It says "NO SWEAT NO GLORY" on it :D
We "all agreed" that we'd come in football shirts for some launch of FIFA one year.
Of the 12 of us, only I turned up in one (Wigan, obv). Took it off after five minutes and grabbed a hoodie off one of the temps.
Load o' shite.
nice and airy, doesn't show the sweat.
LADIES London Irish away shirt, 08-09 season. It's not the most comfortable thing, I have to say.