|'Olives' is an anagram for 'So vile'|
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Thursday, July 15, 2010
So I counted my t-shirts recently and had over 125, hard to get the exact count with that many. That isn't even counting the long sleeve t-shirts or other shirts that I own as well. Most of them are lined up on a metal pipe in my basement, kinda like above, except not as organized and more squished. I also have some boxed in my attic that I didn't count. My sister-in-law was saying that my bro had a lot of them, he only had 40.
I like t-shirts, I can't help it. If I go somewhere new I usually stop at a Harley store and pick up a new shirt. If I go to a store and there is a shirt with a fun saying on it I buy it. I get some to support my favorite sports teams. If the shirt.woot strikes my fancy I order it. I have them from old jobs and Old Navy. I have some that I inherited from my grandfathers. Basically I have them from everywhere.
I think my oldest one is a Buffalo Bills one that I have had since high school, it has Jim Kelly on it. I wore it in my picture for my college student ID. I still break it out during the football season. It is getting thin and developing holes, but it is still wearable.
Having said all that, I am starting to get rid of some of them. I went through and pulled out old work shirts, and some others that I knew I never wear and wasn't going to wear. I still have over a hundred, but I will probably keep going through them and pull out a handful at a time and slowly knock them down under a hundred. The bar that they are hanging on is already easier to navigate. I may start wearing ones I haven't worn in awhile because I forgot about them. I can think of a couple that I am going to get rid of next time I go through them. I am on a mission.
Since I am freeing up all this space it means I can buy some more right?