What t-shirt size do you wear?

Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by Costello, Jun 8, 2010.

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What t-shirt size do you wear?

  1. S (Small)

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  2. M (Medium)

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  3. L (Large)

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  4. XL (eXtra Large)

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  5. XXL (eXXtra Large)

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  6. XXXL and more

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Jun 8, 2010
  1. Costello
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    So obviously with the GBAtemp t-shirts being manufactured soon, we need to know your size, my dear tempers.
    All sizes will be produced (unless one of the options gets 0 vote, I guess) but some need to be produced in larger quantities, I expect.

    If you don't know the answer to that question, take off the t-shirt you're wearing now and look at what the label says.
    Thank you for your honesty, please vote carefully!

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  2. naglaro00

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    It says medium [​IMG]
     
  3. Raika

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    Medium...
    Most of my shirts are medium, only a few are large, so I vote medium. [​IMG]
     
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    Medium here [​IMG]
     
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    It depends, either L or XL.
     
  6. Nobunaga

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    Medium too
     
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    Medium all the way here.
    I can't bother wearing a bigger one, I hate the feeling.
     
  8. hunnymonster

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    Which country's interpretation of size is being used? I have a European XXL here that is noticeably more snug fitting than a North American XL and a 4XL from HK that I can't get on at all...
     
  9. ProtoKun7

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    I think mine is Medium too.

    I think I can wear medium and large, but medium's good.
     
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    mine says M/L and some other say L, so i'm just going to go with L
     
  11. Toni Plutonij

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    I have bunch of XXL and XL shirts, but I'm very thin.....tho I really need length.....but I guess, L is OK [​IMG]

    I'll go for L..
     
  12. rockstar99

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    I wear L
     
  13. DarkWay

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    Medium or small it depends on the t-shirt >,,< some mediums are too big.
     
  14. doeo

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    I'm sort of a midget myself xP
    I wear XS (Extra Small)
    There's no option to vote for that...
    I never find stuff for myself... [​IMG]
     
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    Medium. I have some Small (and even Extra Small) and some Large (even one Extra Large) clothing that fits me too, but Medium gets the upper hand. [​IMG]
     
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    I wear a Medium size t-shirt.
     
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    Medium on mah shirt [​IMG]
     
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    european L size
     
  20. BlueStar

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    Depends. From a high street shop, usually medium. When I order from ASOS.com, they seem to base their sizes on the assumption that you want something to be skin tight, so I go large. I've sometimes had to order stuff in "XL" from Thai eBay sellers in spite of considering myself a bit of a midget. Maybe I should move to the east where I won't feel so short. Some US shops, like Split Reason, I have to go for small because medium is huge (insert your own fat Americans joke)

    If there's no actual sizing guide I'll just plump for medium, as long as it's not skin tight or absolutely swamps me I don't really mind, I can get away with a bit baggy or bit snug, but I'd prefer it to be too big than too small.
     

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