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Are you a douche bag if you wear Gym Shark?

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  • L1zardQueenL1zardQueen Member Posts: 7,884 Member Member Posts: 7,884 Member
    In the *kitten* aisle at my local wallyworld they sell *kitten* with the GymShark label. I thought, no way. Not today. Lol
  • PAV8888PAV8888 Member Posts: 7,501 Member Member Posts: 7,501 Member
    I'll can be a douche for swag... size medium please!
  • missh1967missh1967 Member Posts: 658 Member Member Posts: 658 Member
    Never heard of Gymshark. Went to their site; not impressed.
    edited June 2019
  • PhirrgusPhirrgus Member Posts: 1,904 Member Member Posts: 1,904 Member
    I don't really care what people wear.

    Now people who stink like perfume or smoke on the trail, that's a different story.

    This, this and THIS. I swear you can smell someone doused in cheap perfume coming from 60' away. Gag.
  • SugaSugaNoooSugaSugaNooo Member Posts: 106 Member Member Posts: 106 Member
    What am I missing here? I can't say that I have ever taken notice of the brand of clothing a person wears to the gym (or anywhere else, to be honest).

    This, couldn't even tell you the colour of their gear, never mind the brand!
  • meganpettigrew86meganpettigrew86 Member Posts: 349 Member Member Posts: 349 Member
    Googled gym shark, looks like regular gym gear? What's it matter to you what others wear? Only time I notice what someone wears is if they have really cool Thai shorts or gloves, most of the time I'm more focused on my own training.
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