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2014/11/05 23:16:43 (permalink)

Onesies

Do you or anyone you know wear a onesie?

I don't have one and I know they're looked down on but I must say that I am tempted. They do look comfortable.
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    pittsburgh06hy
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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/05 23:20:30 (permalink)
    Why they looked down on?
     
    I wear one round the house when it gets a bit chilly. It's nice and comfy and that's all I care about tbh.
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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/05 23:27:56 (permalink)
    They are, I believe, considered 'chavvy'.

    What's your onesie like?
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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/05 23:31:54 (permalink)
    I have one for the winter in the alps it's warm and very much indoor wear. Saw a lad out in town the other day and just as I was thinking what a count. Some old bloke wound his windie down and abused him a treat. Was gold

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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/05 23:41:26 (permalink)
    Suspirio
    They are, I believe, considered 'chavvy'.

    What's your onesie like?



    First time I've heard that but perhaps if you wear them out and about with a pair of Rockports then yeah you might look like a tool lol.
     
    Like I said I just wear mines round the house when it gets a bit chilly. Got mine from Burton's for a steal a while back similar to this 
     
    http://www.burton.co.uk/en/bruk/product/clothing-281559/mens-onesies-282057/navy-fairisle-onesie-3384994?bi=1&ps=20
     
    They're comfy and keep you nice and warm and that's all that matters for me.
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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/05 23:46:53 (permalink)
    That's a decent price. I've seen hipsters in shoreditch 'ironically' wearing them out and about.
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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/05 23:52:16 (permalink)
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    That's a decent price. I've seen hipsters in shoreditch 'ironically' wearing them out and about.



    I wouldn't recommend doing that lol.
     
    If you want one from Burton's let me know...I might be able to get you a 10% discount code.
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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/06 00:21:22 (permalink)
    No it's OK thanks. I already know the one I'm getting.
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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/06 08:26:18 (permalink)
    I think it's going to be one of those "fashion" items we see ourselves wearing in photos in a few years time and think "I didn't did I?"
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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/06 08:32:53 (permalink)
    I dont have 1 & im not planning on buying 1 any time soon
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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/06 09:24:58 (permalink)
    Not for me these onsies... I'm an old school dressing gown and slipper man in the cold winter days. 

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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/06 09:43:57 (permalink)
    I'm cvered in a downy layer of body hair for warmth.
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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/06 10:07:14 (permalink)
    Yeah I have one, it's starting to get colder now so I might be cracking it out for wearing around the house - NEVER to be worn outside the house though, I cringe when I see people wearing them in public.
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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/06 11:17:17 (permalink)
    I have a plain blue one

    Its super comfy. I wouldn't leave the house in it anymore than i would in a dressing gown

      




     
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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/06 11:18:27 (permalink)
    Funnily enough bought one yesterday. STRICTLY for wearing at home. Wouldn't even pop to the local corner shop wearing it

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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/06 11:20:30 (permalink)
    i was bought one last year from Jack Wills.
    It was worn once to see if it fit as my ex loved them... it was never worn again.
     
    The principle of wearing a baby grow rubbing against your ass hole and todger all night is just gross, underwear gets washed every day, i know onesies dont

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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/06 11:22:43 (permalink)
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    i was bought one last year from Jack Wills.
    It was worn once to see if it fit as my ex loved them... it was never worn again.
     
    The principle of wearing a baby grow rubbing against your ass hole and todger all night is just gross, underwear gets washed every day, i know onesies dont


    I wear boxers under mine

      




     
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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/06 12:17:24 (permalink)
    I think most people do ^^^ lol.

    My dad, ironically bought me a Union Jack one for the Olympics (he's Scottish and not at all patriotic/hates the royals). I didn't wear it out obviously.
    Then we had to take a onsie on the uni ski trip, so I brought it a long to piss off French people :D

    I've worn it maybe 3 times. I prefer tackies for around the house. Toilet trips are a lot easier.

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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/06 12:44:10 (permalink)
    Yes, I had envisaged potential issues with going to the toilet. I go to the toilet lots, mainly wee wee, but at least two poo poos a day. On a scale of 1 to 10 how bothersome is this whilst wearing a onesie compared to a pair of tracky bottoms?
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    Re: Onesies 2014/11/06 12:57:35 (permalink)
    I bought my wife one last Christmas she wears it in the house when it's cold, I personally wouldn't wear one but I don't feel the cold as much
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