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    Re: work wear

    I'm very grateful that clothes are compulsory, I'm sure they all feel the same way about me too
    Judging from your Avatar I wouldn't mind to give it a try.

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    Re: work wear

    Quote Originally Posted by Hansoon View Post
    Judging from your Avatar I wouldn't mind to give it a try.

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    Believe me, it's not a pretty sight, it's old and flabby

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    Re: work wear

    Quote Originally Posted by Debs1964 View Post
    Believe me, it's not a pretty sight, it's old and flabby

    So are most of the techs reading this.

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    Re: work wear

    Hi there!
    Mostly black trousers & t-shirts cause i dont have to care about my clothes, but concentrating on buissnes! When i was younger & the summers really hot i weared shorts & muscle-shirts. A customer the asked why i look like "Baywatch". I only answered "What do you need: a tech or a dressman ?" After this answer he said nothing more.
    By the way: a tie: never ever!!! I was witness when a service-tech from Minolta got his tie in a paper-shredder, and believe me it was not funny!
    Only time i have to wear a tie was on a technichal exibition. From there i had to go to an emergency-call. When i arrived, the customer opens the door and didnīt recognice me. He said he donīt need a salesman, but a tech. It took him 2 minutes to remember me as "their" tech.
    Greetings...


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    Re: work wear

    Quote Originally Posted by Zeldaman View Post
    Hi there!
    Mostly black trousers & t-shirts cause i dont have to care about my clothes, but concentrating on buissnes! When i was younger & the summers really hot i weared shorts & muscle-shirts. A customer the asked why i look like "Baywatch". I only answered "What do you need: a tech or a dressman ?" After this answer he said nothing more.
    By the way: a tie: never ever!!! I was witness when a service-tech from Minolta got his tie in a paper-shredder, and believe me it was not funny!
    Only time i have to wear a tie was on a technichal exibition. From there i had to go to an emergency-call. When i arrived, the customer opens the door and didnīt recognice me. He said he donīt need a salesman, but a tech. It took him 2 minutes to remember me as "their" tech.
    Greetings...
    Heh, back in the day when we had to wear white shirts and dark blazers, people sometimes said we looked like morticians.


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    Re: work wear

    This is the uniform of the day. Sometimes I get really wild and wear a dark blue shirt instead of black

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    Re: work wear

    Is that a gun on your belt?

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    Re: work wear

    Quote Originally Posted by Hansoon View Post
    Is that a gun on your belt?

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    that's his stun gun for those dumb ass customers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow View Post
    that's his stun gun for those dumb ass customers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    ...Or it's for carrying a phone.

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    Re: work wear

    Quote Originally Posted by Hansoon View Post
    Is that a gun on your belt?

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    That's for the cell phone. I keep my gun in the car most of the time.

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