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  1. Mattyjwr

    Mattyjwr Funster Life Member

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    I've seen onesies being worn about several campsites by loads of people - all ages, boys & girls, men & women. Should I get one? Can't really see the advantages. What am I missing?
     
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    onsies may be great for warmth and comfort - so I am told - never had one

    but as for a romantic interlude, sod trying to get that off
     
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    FFS !!!! whatever next.

    its nowt but a adult sized romper suit
     
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    Go up our local chav estate and watch all mums taking kids to school
    Standerd uniform for local mothers
     
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    upgrade from the obligatory shell suit then :Laughing:
     
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    It wasn't just the chavs that I've seen wearing them .... they seemed almost intelligent, articulate and well educated people.

    Romper suits for adults ... can't see how to keep warm when going for a no. 2 - seems like I'd have to get undressed to do the deed. As I would should I get lucky at night. What is wrong with decent pjs?
     
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    i wonder if they'll make one with a hood on sideways or backwards...baseball cap style ?
     
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    simple. :Laughing:

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    I remember people wearing these in old cowboy films
    They were called Long Johns then and generally had a button out flap at the back as per the image above
    They only seemed to come in a grubby cream colour though
    Allan
     
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    I think they look bloody stupid on a teenager and even more stupid on a woman who should know better than to walk around a campsite in one:Doh: but then I know nothing about fashion at all
     
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    I'm amazed, saw these things appearing as what I though was a joke even as a lounger attire, but recently have seen young women walking round the supermarket wearing them, I suppose there better than some I've seen walking the aisles in dressing gowns and rollers:cry:
     
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    as you get older and need to pee more often messing around with a onesie would take so long its hardly worth leaving the bathroom

    as for getting amorous whilst wearing a one piece fleecy romper suit....well lets just say the moment would soon pass long before the suit is off:Rofl1:
     
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    Well my family must be chavs :Rofl1::Rofl1:

    My daughter Sophie bought me one for Xmas and although i have never been outside with it on i have to say i love wearing it around the house, might wear them at the next meet as Sophie has a Panda one :Rofl1:

    As for gettting amorous with them on im sure i could get them off quicker that a pair of tight jeans :Rofl1::Rofl1:


    I bet all you folk that think they look silly used to wear teddy boy suits and stuff like that and think you looked cool as i mentioned in another post it would be boring if everyone was the same.
     
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    my daughter and i have onesies for the motorhome.we wear them once its cooler in the evening.ours are the dressing gown material type and couldnt be worn in bed at night...they would be far to warm.hers is a tiger and mine is a giraffe,they are fun,warm and draft free.
    OH says we do look a site and that he would rather**** a badger than have one!we dont care as we are warm.:RollEyes:
     
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    They are not new. I had one years ago, it was called a boilersuit.:Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    I know of a teacher who was arrested wearing one, although I think some of his literature choices and viewing material may have played a part!
     
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    I gave you a "like" Gerry and I often do because your posts are very good but a little tooooo much info here.....by the way I was still playing cowboys and Indians when the Teddy-Boy crowd were about.

    My considerably older sister-in-law still does a very good Jive though, not in a onsie thank-goodness.

    Griff :thumb:
     
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    I was waiting at Manchester Airport yesterday (as I do most days as I'm a taxi driver) when a young guy about 21/22 yrs old came through wearing a onesie in a stars & stripes pattern. To say he looked stupid would be an understatement but I suppose the look is no worse than jeans so low that they show half your underpants and walking like John Wayne to keep them from falling. Fashion eh !!!! what do I know I'm too old.
     
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    No cull in your area then !
     
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    \Oi!!! Thought you were my friend.:RollEyes: I was caught running to Gromett's van in the early hours at the Stratford Rally and put on the rally thread pictures. They are warm, cosy .......... and safer than a chastity belt.:thumb:



    I don't mean that I needed a chastity belt!!!!! I was talking GENERALLY.
     
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