Saturday, November 22, 2008

What do you think?

Should a grown man, head of a neonatology division, and father of three wear such a shirt?
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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Absolutely not!

Anonymous said...

might not be appropriate for work :> ... but what do I know the dress code for my company only states that you need to wear shoes while conducting a job interview. - maddjones

Sarabeth said...

He doesn't wear it to work. Strictly on weekends. I'm trying to figure out a way to make them disappear.

elizabeth.thomas said...

If he wants to look like he is trying to recapture his youth or if he is trying to give Ozzie a run for his money

Jen of A2eatwrite said...

Absolutely - it may be his therapy! BTW, Sarabeth, I left you something on my blog last Sunday... I haven't been around much because I've been very, very involved with a huge variety of crazy stuff.

Kell said...

To be honest - it's a little incongruous... particularly the tucked in skull t-shirt and belt with phone attached... but what the heck? If this is what rebellion looks like, great. really really great.

Trixie said...

To each his own. Now that I know it isn't a work or date outfit, I don't find it as bad as all that...but around the kids? It's a bit gruesome. Still my taste in play clothes might be questionable by some...including YOUR HUSBAND who said he hated capris and pedel pushers. I am more forgiving.

jmb said...

It looks like it makes him happy so what more can you ask? Although is over you know.

StLmom said...

Oh. Lord. No.

Would he get over it if you just up and donated them all?

Elle said...

The more you rail against it, the more it shall appear. I suggest ignoring it and making sure it gets washed in te hottest water, to break it down faster. Of course, the rattier it gets, the more he'll probably like it.