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    Re: Dress Code

    I have locked Jake in the cupboard and I am not letting him out.

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    Re: Dress Code

    @mrforgetful I keep mine in my wallet if i have to take it out

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    I want my lip pierced.... how long does it take to heal? might do it over summer :P

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    Re: Dress Code

    I wear smart-casual to work, but at present am wearing a t-shirt and jeans My room is freezing though, so a hoodie has been on and off all day so far.

    I would much rather wear smart clothes but they would just get ruined with all the crawling about under desks etc that I have to do!

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    I had a lip-piercing.

    only took a couple of weeks to heal, but you've gotta watch if it wears out your gum line - that bad-boy doesn't grow back!

    so I've removed mine now.. :-(

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    Re: Dress Code

    Quote Originally Posted by SteveB_NI
    I wear smart-casual to work, but at present am wearing a t-shirt and jeans My room is freezing though, so a hoodie has been on and off all day so far.
    Hoodies are banned here! So it's a fleece and freeze if it gets too cold for us!

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    Re: Dress Code

    hmm... don't have a dentist so that could be a problem...

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    if your stud's the right length you shouldn't get that problem.

    I pm'd you.

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    i got it

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    Re: Dress Code

    Why are you guys under desks so much??

    My trousers last forever
    Thankfully 95% of teacher PC's are on desks though

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    Re: Dress Code

    Quote Originally Posted by mrforgetful
    Where do the people with custom clothing get it from?

    A website would be nice
    Snickers workwear is amazing - lasts for years. My brother recommended it to me and he's a carpet fitter so needs the toughest. I've had two pairs of thier trousers - no wear after 3+ years of crawling under desks. Not cheap though - but then nothing good ever is...

    http://www.snickersdirect.co.uk/snic...es-c-5148.html

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    Re: Dress Code

    No jeans here. I wear smart trousers and a neat top. I usually pick up good makes of clothes (Gap, Next, etc) from charity shops so that I look good but don't mind getting grubby etc from the mess under the desks or behind the kit

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    Re: Dress Code

    Smart trowsers and shirts here, tried to get polo shirts but was told ot forget it. If i'm doing something dirty or in the holidays then its jeans and t-shirt for me.

    They tried to inforce a dress code for all technicains, food\science\tech\ict where we all had to where white jackets 8O needless to say we all got together and made it so we could wear what was approriate for our individual jobs.

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    Re: Dress Code

    Here we seem to dress smarted than the teachers, well the majority of them. we're in shirt and tie etc during term time then we get to wear skags during the holidays. i dont mind, but i always trap my tie in pc's and all sorts of things like that, it can get slightly frustrating.

    Tried to get my boos to buy aload of snickers stuff but he wouldn't, after he found out pricing. ha.

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    Re: Dress Code

    “Why are you guys under desks so much??”
    In my case it’s due to roamers, robots and other moving stuff that tends to find its way under desks. Friday I am in all the control lessons.

    Hiding under desks is a good way to avoid work. No one finds you and if they do just hold a cable and look busy.

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