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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    Unless it's a pajama I say...ummm...no. Flannel shirts not in plaid are OK. So are regular shirts in plaid. But plaid and flannel together=pajama.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    I personally think it's the rad and I'd probably go crazy ordering some of these shirts, if I was able to wear civilian attire.


    If my partner has this top, i would borrow/wear it. Lol

    I like flannel more on bedsheets. I have never seen them here in the UK, but got a taster in Canada and enjoyed going to bed and snuggling up in them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    Actually, this one looks pretty good. Maybe it's the hood or the blue colour, I don't know, but I'd be OK with this one. But hey, ultimately it's the guy in the shirt that matters, not the shirt itself

    This one makes me think of bees.

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    I think it can be cute. I like plaid a lot. Like anything, it all depends on how you put it together & wear it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Is grunge coming back?

    I knew I should've kept my high school clothes.
    Yeah, it's been back. Doc martens, plaid, little floral dresses for women, ripped jeans...it's everywhere again.
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    and now we can officially feel old, too!

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    Flannel is fine, but I don't care for those colors. They are kind of fem for my redneck part of the country and also, they are no good for me when I want to borrow them because I look better in earth tones.
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    Hail fair maidens.


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    Quote Originally Posted by poppy View Post
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    Waaait a minute...this thread is making me like flannel plaid shirts

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