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Aug. 3rd, 2004 @ 09:55 pm Because I want to know
Poll #330680 Concert T-shirts

Wearing a concert T-shirt to a concert

Good
8(80.0%)
Bad
2(20.0%)

Wearing a concert T-shirt of the band you're seeing to a concert

Good
4(40.0%)
Bad
6(60.0%)
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From:shmivejournal
Date:August 3rd, 2004 07:09 pm (UTC)
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don't be that guy
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From:kingfox
Date:August 3rd, 2004 08:31 pm (UTC)

Gutter, aren't you a music major?

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I love that movie. I probably only really enjoy Entourage because he's in it and it keeps on reminding me of that movie for that reason alone.

But getting back to the poll, I think there are exceptions. You can wear an old shirt (particularly an old TOUR shirt, proving it actually dates back to that time) for the band and still be cool. I say you can wear a shirt you bought that night, but most people I've asked who are in the know agree that I'm a fool in that respect. But if you don't fall into those categories, you need to wear a shirt from an unknown band or something equally hip. Like a Jay Barnes shirt.
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From:mrfantasy
Date:August 5th, 2004 04:20 pm (UTC)

Hmmm...

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With the exception of kingfox who lists an exception anyway, I'm noticing a distinct age difference between people who think it's okay to wear a band's concert T-shirt to one of the band's shows and those who don't.

What if it's a shirt that you could only get by seeing the band 5000 miles from where you are, in a place that only held 150 people? How about then?