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TobiasAmaranth wrote:I live in Texas. There's no applicable answer here. *walks around in a T-shirt*
Although it is usually cold in my office, so I should have voted zip up hoodie because that's what I throw on most often...crap, I voted wrong. Oh well. I voted what I used to wear in the office (cardigan) when I got cold.
-Heather (First Burgandy Olfactory Center 12/6/11)
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As I am reptilian in the sense that I must bask daily to bring my body tempature up, I spend my off-work hours in a zip-up hoodie, and my 40 non-hoodie hours in a cardigan.
If I'm to keep buying shirts, I need MXS! Please add my size!
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caramelarrow wrote:This time of year I switch from T's to long sleeves or sweatshirts. I wish Woot would carry regular sweatshirts in the side sales instead of always having them with hoods. The hood is too much bulk and so are the pockets. Lots of designs I would have bought if they'd been on regular sweatshirts (including the current Three Foxes).
Sweatshirts without hoods, please!
But...how can you be a hipster without a hood?
(I much prefer regular sweatshirts as well...layering a hoodie only works it if is the top layer.)
My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.
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Today is the last day of summer, and Seattle decided to start a day early.
NOT welcome back low cloud cover and drizzle.
Better early than never?
I'm just hanging out, really.
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jacket, when it finally gets cold enough to care.
The guy who coined the phrase "Bright and Early" never actually got up early.