Plumber’s crack camouflage

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I'm not a Plumber, but I sure could use that shirt

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6 thoughts on “Plumber’s crack camouflage

    kerbey said:
    8 March 2013 at 23:50

    i thought that was Martina McBride for a sec

    crankycaregiver said:
    9 March 2013 at 01:54

    Wow..this is the first time I didn’t object to a plumber’s crack..and I’m female. The picture just somehow softens the blow of knowing your staring at someone’s rear end!

      verkoren responded:
      15 March 2013 at 10:32

      That’s the purpose of the shirt. It’s still a blow, though.

    Jeff said:
    30 April 2013 at 03:08

    When I do work like this, I wear a mechanic’s jumpsuit–end of problem. Trousers became “de rigueur” men’s wear because it is difficult to ride and fight in a cavalry unit while wearing a toga. But our hips are too narrow to really hold up a waistband; clothing that makes the most sense for us hangs from our shoulders. Suspenders and bib overalls are “out,” these days, but a mechanic’s jumpsuit preserves your clothes, your dignity, and says “man at work, here.” :)

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    14 January 2014 at 05:42

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