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I typed his name in to google images, and got very old people. You sicken me.

Noo! Richard off of the Feeling!

And Becky, I can't say I ever have done tracksuits. That's one thing I can thank my mother for, she'd never let me out the house in one.

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No, bras! Oh my god, I can't stand going shopping with her sometimes

I hate shopping for anything remotely underwear related with my mum, she thinks it's like mother daughter bonding time. I hasten to remind her that standing in M & S whilst she picks out granny underwear is, in no way, bonding, infact quite the opposite.

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Parents and clothing is up there with bad dancing at weddings, showing baby photographs and parents who do nude shots or nude home videos. Eurgh.

My dad isn't so bad. He just has a tendency to wear slippers too much!

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Noo! Richard off of the Feeling!

And Becky, I can't say I ever have done tracksuits. That's one thing I can thank my mother for, she'd never let me out the house in one.

I remember when full on tracksuits were in for girls! I never did follow that trend! Urgh.

It used to be dungarees for me when I was a kinder! haha


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I hate shopping for anything remotely underwear related with my mum, she thinks it's like mother daughter bonding time. I hasten to remind her that standing in M & S whilst she picks out granny underwear is, in no way, bonding, infact quite the opposite.

I went shopping with my Mum once, and she was like

"have this bra, this is nice"

"mum Iv not been measured recently"

"Oh well they don't do it here, I'll go ask for a measure at the counter"

"WHATTTT"


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Do these videos wound up getting sold on the internet to bad old men? As, last I heard, that was highly illegal.

Don't know, from what Scott was on about it sounds common

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I went shopping with my Mum once, and she was like

"have this bra, this is nice"

"mum Iv not been measured recently"

"Oh well they don't do it here, I'll go ask for a measure at the counter"

"WHATTTT"

Hahaha! Sounds awful, I actually refuse to go underwear shopping with my motherage anymore, I make her give me the money and I go myself.

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I did tracksuits at one point in my life. I got over my tomboy stage though, but the power rangers are still close to my heart.

Thongs are horrible. They dont even look nice AND theyre uncomfortable.

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I respect my father's clothing taste. The slip on shoes,

the flat cap in July, the brylcream, and old people's

caridgans. Terry Wogan listeners! The question I ask

is why always grey or beige? Does it hide stains?

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Could be worse. You could have a sister of about five who walks around with next to nothing on, and mini skirts. The youth of today, eurgh.

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I bought a nice pair of jeans today. I showed my mum, who responded with, "yeah, they're not bad for workmen's trousers". Enough said, really. When I was a kid, the stuff my parents dressed me in was terrible. I got ridiculed by the other kids for it and I didn't own a pair of jeans or proper trainers till I was 10 or 11 and I had to have them for a school play, of all things.

My dad thinks brightly coloured flowery shirts are a good idea.


'Forget happiness I'm fine, I'll forget everything in time'

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I'm glad me and my dad don't have the same size clothing. As whilst it'd be great to kit your dad in your old clothing, there's something discomforting about him wearing last year's range from H&M.

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My parents clothing are actually alright! They know their limits i think... mum kits herself out in the sainsburys and asda range and dad shops in Next and Marks.

When i was younger though, my mum had a thing about me and my sister wearing dresses and frilly socks. Whilst my sister absolutely loved it, i loathed it, and would deliberately go out in the dirt and roll around just to annoy her haha.

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So we've talked parents... any one you've seen recently in the streets you've had to look twice at because of their dress sense... or lied to your friends about how they look?

(Hi I'm Jeremy Kyle!)

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There's a guy at school who has the world most awful dress sense. He's currently sporting a sunhat that looks like it should be worn on someone out on safari. Complete with chinstrap. He really really really does scare me.

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Speaking of safari you remind me of my old science teacher, if Emma's still on she'll back me up. Mr Scott, who always looked like he was going safari in beige short sleep shirts, and beige cord-type trousers. Was always very odd. I suppose it wasn't the worst teacher dress sense at school.

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(Hi I'm Jeremy Kyle!)

I love you.

I lie to friends all the time about how they looked. Thats probably a strong quality for being a bad friend, but because i dont personally like their clothing it doesnt mean they look bad. Obv if i KNOW they will be ridiculed, i will tell them.

Theres one massively overweight girl in my year who wears skinny jeans. She quite literally spills over. Cleavage on display, crack going with it. Eurgh, she repulses me.

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I love you.

I lie to friends all the time about how they looked. Thats probably a strong quality for being a bad friend, but because i dont personally like their clothing it doesnt mean they look bad. Obv if i KNOW they will be ridiculed, i will tell them.

Ah but do you just say that so you look better?

And similar to how Laura once told her boyfriend of the past he looked good, only so she knew no other girl would look twice at him, any one similarly guilty of that?

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Speaking of safari you remind me of my old science teacher, if Emma's still on she'll back me up. Mr Scott, who always looked like he was going safari in beige short sleep shirts, and beige cord-type trousers. Was always very odd. I suppose it wasn't the worst teacher dress sense at school.

Haha good old Mr Scott. Yes I agree but not as fun as Mr Knight though, did you ever see his graph paper checkered type shirt? Ergh

If one of my friend looks a state I tell them and usually forget to sugar coat the truth :confused: Not too good when my best mate has a totally opposite style to me, but hey at least I'm honest and I get the different between "looking good but not anything I'd ever wear" and "looking like something the cat threw up"


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Ah but do you just say that so you look better?

:shock: no! haha. Im comfortable enough with myself. People shouldnt need people to judge how good they look, if they like it, then they like it, end of.

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I knew a friend who used to get her boyfriend to shave

his head and wear bandanas (can't quite spell that) to

make sure no one looked twice at him. Needless to say

she became a psycho, and we parted company for good.

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