What do you with all the Tshirts?

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17/04/2007 at 16:29
alot of the time they have a one (tent) size fits all t-shirt anyway. So unless your 6ft 4" and 17 stone they are to big.
17/04/2007 at 16:30
Matchstick man - our recycling scheme takes clothing. That's what I do with mine.

At the risk of baiting DM and Coops... I like the Race for Life t-shirts (if any) because they do ordinary ones and fitted ones. If some of the race t-shirts were actually fitted I might wear them. However, that would be a complete admin nightmare and I'm only being silly now.

KK - commando challenge? They check for knickers?
17/04/2007 at 16:32
Run in the technical ones (Bristol Half). Wear the others after sessions to keep warm but now have a few too many and not sure what to do next - bit of a hoarder so have "issues" with getting rid of them to charity or recycling.
17/04/2007 at 16:35
Would you believe you can make quilts out of them?


http://www.goosetracks.com/T-ShirtQuiltInstructions.html

Ideal for use as picnic blankets, covering bikes in winter, bedquilts etc!
17/04/2007 at 16:37
http://www.goosetracks.com/TshirtQuilt.html

Sorry wrong link. This one's for pictures of the quilts not how to make them!
17/04/2007 at 16:37
I've got about 120 starting at 'Bankfield House Devil's Gallop 1984' to 'Leeds Student 10K 2006'

17/04/2007 at 16:38
i like the idea of wearing one for sports day - my daughter is coming up to 2 and this will be looming into view in the next few years - is it bad form to take spikes to a parents day "meet"? :-)
17/04/2007 at 16:38
well would you believe there's even one on there made from marathon race T shirts.


*plods off to get a life*
17/04/2007 at 16:39
I'm going to tie all mine together and use them to make a break for it, and get home to blighty in time for teacakes with Matron! The goons on the tower will never see me.

Nah, I wear most of mine, or I cut the sleeves off and use them to run/ work out in.

I've even got t-shirts at exp[o's for races I didn't even start. Ooops!
17/04/2007 at 16:39
They're useful to keep warm before the start of a race, but can be ditched at the last minute. Lots of races will recycle the 'left' tshirts.

It's psychologically nice to the tshirt from the same race a few years before. Either psyches out the opposition, or makes them laugh when you crash and burn!
17/04/2007 at 16:40
Maiday - yes actually I like the Bristol Half ones and I train in mine. Are you local? Running in Bristol, I find all the people in Bristol Half t-shirts nod to one another more than not. Jools B (fellow Bristol based runner) and I did a sort of 'consumer test' last year for a laugh to check.

17/04/2007 at 16:42
Being sad and into recycling I actually made mine into a quilt as an experiment. Have to admit that it turned out a lot better than I though it would.
17/04/2007 at 16:43
I think I need to get out more
17/04/2007 at 16:47
I do wear some of mine for gym and such but most of them just hang there forlornly waiting to be picked-up...

...reminds me of some nightclubs I used to frequent when I was a student
17/04/2007 at 16:49
Hi Mouse - I'd forgotten about the 'smile' test. Maybe I'll wear one of mine tonight and see how happy Bristolians are feeling!!
17/04/2007 at 16:50
Mrs G

have you got a picture of that quilt

what a GREAT idea
17/04/2007 at 16:57
I use them to tie up captive women and show them re-runs of the FLM with Bredon't and Crap turned up full-whack.

Mu-hahahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.

For you lickle ladeeeeeeeeee zere iz no escape!
17/04/2007 at 17:12
Ooops.

I donate them to the Mrs Tiggy Winles Hedgehog sanctuary as emergency 'hog stretchers.
Duck Girl    pirate
17/04/2007 at 17:42
I have been meaning to turn mine into a duvet cover & cushions for ages, but not got round to it.
My mara PB T-shirt must however be worn the day before any significant race, even if just for a few minutes. And I quite often do exams in mara T-shirts - reminds me there is more to life.
Duck Girl    pirate
17/04/2007 at 18:06
Pyjamas are good - rather a lot are knee-length on me so do quite nicely as nighties.
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