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    Re: Dress Code

    Primemark use to do some good trouser with all pockets in etc.

    Russell

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    Re: Dress Code

    My labret stud doesn't wear away my gums but I have chipped a couple of teeth a little bit so I've got to train myself off playing with it when I'm frustrated with something.

    I can't leave it out for more than a few hours at a time (three or so) or it starts to close up. I had it done almost 5 months ago now but I'm considering taking it out because of industrial placement next July.

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    Re: Dress Code

    I can have mine out for a day or two no problem, but I've had it 3 or 4 years now.

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    Re: Dress Code

    could you get away with a plaster covering up piercings do you think?

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    I dunno, maybe. But you'd look pretty weird.

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    Re: Dress Code

    You can buy clear retainer studs which are kind of discreet

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    Re: Dress Code

    i guess i'd kinda look like that rapper guy... nelly? But more wrong!

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    Re: Dress Code

    Shirt + Tie, and ive been recently made aware that i can wear something else if i plan on doing 'messy work'. lol.

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    Re: Dress Code

    Yeh Nelly, I actually like him how bad is that.

    Joe - I had one that's what wore my gums away, stick to the metal with a really small bal on or something to keep it pulled away from your gums.

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    Re: Dress Code

    Thanks for the tip. I /do/ have a retainer somewhere. I popped the rubber o-ring off the end and lost it when I was showing my mum.

    I'll have to get a steel one with a small ball because the ones i've got at the moment are blackline ones...seemed to go better with the black glasses than steel. Hopefully i'll have my next piercing come the new year.

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    Re: Dress Code

    I've never even had a comment about any of my piercings.

    At the mo I've two top rings in each ear, and 10mm flesh holes in each lobe.

    No-one seems to mind....

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    Re: Dress Code

    you lucky person... i can cover my ear ones with my hair, so it's not too bad. The headteacher always tells me how horrible my scaffold looks if i'm near him with my hair up... i just laugh!

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    Re: Dress Code

    Like most on here, its the shirt and decent trousers thing for me, although I did do the shirt and tie thing I very quickly found out a tie cannot be worn in IT

    I dont claim to be that smartly dressed either even though some people would say so (untucked shirt, jean-like trousers - they said smart yet casual!!) I certainly dont wear that in the hols as usually holidays are spent moving dusty computers/cabinets or working around the high school's build project. I've learnt not to wear decent dark trousers when going in there

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    Re: Dress Code

    Quote Originally Posted by Joanne
    you lucky person... i can cover my ear ones with my hair, so it's not too bad. The headteacher always tells me how horrible my scaffold looks if i'm near him with my hair up... i just laugh!
    Well our head cant speak he has got his ears pierced

    Russell

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    Re: Dress Code

    Thanks to the fact that I spend an inordinate amount of time dealing with inkjet printers and dust covered PC's I've been in jeans and a hockey shirt for years now. Thinking it's time I started saving my jeans for actual leisure time though and the recent conversation about toolbelts and circumspectly the kevlar gear I'm thinking that'd do just the job...

    If ever I end up with a potential client looking down their nose at me if I'm not in a shirt and tie though I think they sort of miss what the job is all about

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