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OTO
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Post by OTO »

Hello

Why there's not a Small or XSmall size T-shirt available in the E-shop?

It's in the public domain that computer geeks are completely fashion "out" but this is almost xenophobia!!

I'm a bit small guy, but I'm a real MAN!!!
Well, bye
António

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Post by Fred_Pyo »

Good thing I'm medium. lol :lol:

why the discrimination in sizes I ask...

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Post by theeth »

I bought a medium, and it's kinda smaller than normal medium (not that it doesn't fit me, mind you, I'm lean and mean ;)), but if they add smaller size than this, I really don't know who's going to wear them.

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Post by ton »

If you're over 150 cm tall (5 feet?) the medium shirts will be a tad large, but still fit OK.
We already hardly sell medium sized shirts (5 out of 100 max). But for a next batch, I'll add a couple of small ones... there's Blender users with kids too!

-Ton-

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Post by OTO »

Hi

thank you for the information complement!!

It's true that I'm a bit small, but I've a superbly
muscled torso, so I'll try the Medium size.
Bye
António

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Post by TorQ »

OTO wrote:...but I've a superbly
muscled torso...

ROFL!! :D

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