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I have read several posts the members strip the moment they walk in the door. I guess I am a little different. I take my clothes off put them in the hamper and then take a shower. After my shower, I will stay nude unless have to go out again. When the pool was warm we would drop our shorts on the patio and jump in the pool. I don't know to me you get sweaty in clothes and a shower makes me feel better. Am I the odd one out?

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Update on clothing.Took essentially everything to the thrift store. What I have left:Four Levi's 501s (one is the essentially brand-new pair I wear when I need to be dressed up)Four t-shirts (again, one is the essentially brand-new shirt I wear when I need to be dressed up)Two business casual shirts and pants (my guess is, I'll never wear these -- but it seems prudent to keep something along those lines)Several shorts and sweat pants (something to wear when I visit my children)HoodieJacketTrench coatI got rid of all of my shoes except for:a pair of work books for when I'm working out among the blackberries and other thorny trees and plantsa pair of athletic shoes I keep in the car -- just in case.
Only 6 shits all together?
That is one of the lowest I have seen.
Do you wear jeans for errands in warm weather? I would have expected you to wear shorts.
You definitely should post in " Clothing countdown."

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If I am home or at our 2nd home it is sands clothing. I have many clothes also from my working life. Now that I am retired I should probably free up some closet space at both homes. At our main residence we are somewhat secluded so I can at times weather permitting go outside nude. My wife keeps telling me to keep the one set of blinds closed as we ae on a hill and our neighbor two hundred yards away can see in. I tell her so....

Does this inspire you to do the same?

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The only time I wear jeans is when I need to be "dressed up" and I have my essential new pair for that. I kept the others -- just in case.

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I did keep a big stack of Levi's 510s because I thought I may be able to sell them.

And I have a big box of old t-shirts to use a rags.

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I did keep a big stack of Levi's 510s because I thought I may be able to sell them.And I have a big box of old t-shirts to use a rags.

So the four pairs are ones you expect to wear at some point and you keptsomeextra ones with the intention of selling them,?
Still curious if you intend to wear shorts for warm weather errands in addition to family visits.

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The only clothing I've worn in quite a while is some very over-sized basketball shorts with the liner cut out and a t-shirt.

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The only clothing I've worn in quite a while is some very over-sized basketball shorts with the liner cut out and a t-shirt.

Over the winter?

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The only clothing I've worn in quite a while is some very over-sized basketball shorts with the liner cut out and a t-shirt.Over the winter?I live in Southwest Missouri. We really do not have winter here. And, when it is cold, I just stay inside. If I have to go to the store, it's never been so cold that a 30-second walk through a parking lot was any real issue.

But I do keep clothing in the car at all times including a regular jacket, a hoodie, a pair of jeans, shoes and socks.

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Update on clothing.Took essentially everything to the thrift store. What I have left:Four Levi's 501s (one is the essentially brand-new pair I wear when I need to be dressed up)Four t-shirts (again, one is the essentially brand-new shirt I wear when I need to be dressed up)Two business casual shirts and pants (my guess is, I'll never wear these -- but it seems prudent to keep something along those lines)Several shorts and sweat pants (something to wear when I visit my children)HoodieJacketTrench coatI got rid of all of my shoes except for:a pair of work books for when I'm working out among the blackberries and other thorny trees and plantsa pair of athletic shoes I keep in the car -- just in case.
Have you decided what to do with the space you freed up?
My wife appropriated mine when I got rid of a lot of clothing.

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Have you decided what to do with the space you freed up?My wife appropriated mine when I got rid of a lot of clothing.I live alone. I already have way more space than I need.

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