Ok then. Onesies?

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  1. gordoncbrown

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    Possibly been asked before but what's everyone's opinion on onesies? Novelty onesies? Superhero onesies? Patterned onesies? Having spent most of my working life so far in a boiler suit I have my opinion. Share yours...:Smile:
     
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    :Smile:Well, er know what's coming .... but I have one, Carol has one, Ourcampersbeentrashed son has one, and the list of members who have one is endless.

    If I knew how to download photos from the Rally Albums I would... but it never works for me. :Smile:

    [​IMG] this is me with Gail's son. I don't know how to download the one of me. No it isn't ... the photo download isn't working again......[​IMG]
     
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    NO:thumbdown:
     
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    Mmmmmm . Interests. Sailing and skiing. I'll have a look online at some of the ski suits and sailing suits...................
    Rubber onesies and thermal onesies........but I respect your answer as I did ask for opinions. :thumb:
     
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    Robert has a frog onsie that he loves and Ive just bought hubby a brilliant halloween skeleton onsie

    its fab, soft and warm and he will have such fun with the trick or treaters on thursday
     
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    no:wooo:
     
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    oooh I forgot, me personally, I cant stand them
     
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    adult romper suit.....ridiculous garment.


    definate NO from me.
     
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    My 16 year old daughter has a couple and bought me one a few months back which I have to admit to wearing round the house and relaxing in the motorhome, although when I wear it to pick her up she won't let me get out the car :Rofl1:
     
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    Try again.

    Me in onesey
    Gail's son in onesey

    They are a fun thing.:Smile:
     

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    thank god its just a fad :RollEyes:
     
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    Having spent my working life in overalls I think the latest trend looks stupid
     
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    I have one, well not sure it if is an 'official' onesie as I had it before the 'rage' for them, it is a superman one which I got from a car boot sale for 50p - I bought it to use in winter in the camper as I feel the cold something chronic so I can put it on top of my jim-jams on a night to keep me snug in bed ... it's a b*gger if you need to go to the loo though!!! :Rofl1:
     
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    hell next they'll be wanting nappies to wear under them there babygro's
     
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    Closestt thing to a onesie for me is my winter boiler suit, oft referred to as my "workshop onesie" but it is purely a necessity not a fashion item.

    D.
     
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    I was going to say NO until I saw the comment about skiing and sailing. Let me see.... More of us wear onesies than we think:

    My motorcycle leathers = kinky leather onesie
    My sailing dry suits (x2) = kinky rubber onesie
    My sailing wetsuit = rather close fitting rubber onesie
    My woolly bear undergarment for dry suit = cuddly onesie
    My flame resistant coveralls for when I go on ships = rather scratchy onesie

    The list goes on, but I don't yet have a bunny one (a little piggy one would be more appropriate) :Wink:
     
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    This one is very popular in Salford and Lincolnshire.

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    Onesies

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    A definite NO from me. My mum tells me I had one of these in the early fifties, but I was only about two at the time. Ok if you don't mind looking like Andy Pandy I suppose, or Winston Churchill in his spare time. No doubt they will all end up in Barnsley, the elephant's graveyard for shell suits!
     
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    No, no, no, no!

    Turn your heating up or get a better insulated van!:BigGrin:
     
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    I've worn a boiler suit for DIY in the past and always found it awkward. At least boiler suits don't look as ridiculous as onesies. I presume the fad has arisen because some stores ban people from shopping in their pyjamas :Laughing:
     
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