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Discussion in 'Living Room' started by Gockie, 27th Jun, 2015.

  1. Gockie

    Gockie Be the change you want to see in the world Premium Member

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    Damn they were great jeans. I seem to be doing this to my pants and to a lessor extent to my tops too. Ripped a big hole in a black shirt while at work 2 or 3 weeks back on the Friday afternoon... that material was fragile :(
     

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  2. Ouga

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    You sure it ain't just a fashion thing? :p
     
  3. Pistonbroke

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    Very cheeky ;)
     
  4. Gockie

    Gockie Be the change you want to see in the world Premium Member

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    And on that day I rode my bike, caught 4 trains, saw 3 open homes... I don't know when in the process of the day the rips occurred!
     
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    And got hit on five times? You just thought it was the 'impulse' you were wearing.
     
  6. Ouga

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    Good way of distracting the agent while going through open homes...:eek:
     
  7. wombat777

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    That's tear-ible news.
     
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  8. proper_noobie

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    I'd be torn deciding whether to wear them again or not.
     
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    Evil genes.. I mean jeans!
     
  11. geoffw

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    It happened to an employee at one stage. A great big rip right down the backside. He decided to keep working as he thought he was only facing customers. I sent him home as soon as I came in and he was turning around to replenish supplies.
     
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  12. EN710

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    Uniqlo apparently do free jeans adjustment. If you buy the new one there, you might be able to ask adjustment on parts that usually rip :p
     
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    Would have been interesting too watch the faces on the people in the line waiting on the cctv..
     
  14. geoffw

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    I was too turned off to worry. It's bad enough that he had all the assets to be a plumber.
     
  15. Propagate

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    I HATE buying new jeans. It seems to take an eternity of wearing and washing for them to get "just right", then you get about 2 more washes if you're lucky before they disintegrate and you have to start all over again.