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Mail by Ian Duckwell - Fri, 11 Nov 2016 04:47:22 EST ID:50uDyfpV No.61197 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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How would you dress as a mailman driving around unseen by people most of the day but sometimes has to deliver stuff?
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Lillian Mandlefield - Fri, 11 Nov 2016 14:51:26 EST ID:eZWai1a0 No.61198 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>61197
I would dress like a mailman.
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Ian Duckwell - Fri, 11 Nov 2016 15:00:47 EST ID:50uDyfpV No.61199 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>61198
There's no uniform for the company, I'm only something similar to a mailman but working for a company that isn't a real mailman-company.
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James Pankinchidge - Mon, 14 Nov 2016 09:35:20 EST ID:50uDyfpV No.61202 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Now I wear camo cargo pants and a hoodie at work.
I don't use any of my good looking stuff since it just wears on it without anyone seeing.
I could look a little better though but it still has to be cheap and practical.
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Leonard Cohen's Ghost - Tue, 15 Nov 2016 18:55:42 EST ID:rncj+nz5 No.61204 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>61202
> business casual
ya know, like polo shirt, fleece vest, shoes that aren't sneakers or untidy work boots
jeans or chinos that aren't too skinny or baggy
clothes that fit, that you could wear to a job interview,
mailman clothes are pretty practical.
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Shit Drandlelurk - Fri, 18 Nov 2016 11:28:41 EST ID:50uDyfpV No.61215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>61204
That's what I wear when I'm not working and not at home. Or I mean that's what I would wear if i ever did anything but work and sit at home.

I wouldn't want to wear too expensive stuff that gets worn down when almost no one sees. For example I'd wear pretty cheap and sturdy pants. Jeans just get holes in the ass after sitting and moving around too long.
This time of the year (everything except the summer) it should be long sleeves since it's cold here.

What kind of shoes do you mean? It should be something a bit sturdy, that can take some mud and is comfortable. Now I wear running shoes so it could be quite a bit better.

Thanks for the advice.
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Polly Cerrylore - Sun, 25 Dec 2016 17:06:04 EST ID:uft+tqjE No.61263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>61204
amazing, that girl wore two green things
I have a big laugh when I see people strutting this kind of logic like it's above average
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Ernest Nasslefield - Wed, 28 Dec 2016 23:57:08 EST ID:rncj+nz5 No.61268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
also, ya know it's how you carry yourself, be confident,
you could get a haircut & shave, or at least comb your hair and trim the rest.
earthtones are okay, drab colors nobody cares, but loud patterns draw attention
don't wear camo unless you're in the military or going duck hunting
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Wesley Dallyshit - Fri, 30 Dec 2016 18:54:27 EST ID:K8MgQOr0 No.61270 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>61263

i think he was just sharing a booty thats above average


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