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    WWE in public?

    Casual question here, do any of you wear WWE shirts (or merchandise) in public?

    I own several shirts, and have only won 2 in public, which are my CM Punk "Best in the World" t-shirt and the Dolph Ziggler "It's not showing off if you can back it up" t-shirt. I guess I'd wear more, but the main problem for me is the WWE logo on the side of the shirt. People where I live tend to look upon you differently if you come out as a fan of WWE -.-



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    Same thing all over England I think. Half the people watch it in secret. I don't own any shirts but if I did I'd wear them or it would be a waste of money. (I was gonna go as John Cena for Halloween but got asked to be a Blues Brother ) People that know me know I like wrestling so it depends if you feel secure enough not to care!

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    The only people who actually know I like wrestling is my friends who come round my house, and sees my DVD selection. Down here it's generally regarded as being "gay".

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    I've worn CM Punk's "Best in the World" T-Shirt, the one he debuted @ MITB 2011, and Zack Ryder's "Broski" T-shirt. I paid money for them. Of course I'm gonna wear 'em in public!


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    It's very different in England to America. As Des said people will call you 'gay' for a bizarre reason or constantly say "You know it's fake don't ya?"

    Idiots. Most of them are probably closet fans and I tend to not care what they think and do my own thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Austin View Post
    It's very different in England to America. As Des said people will call you 'gay' for a bizarre reason or constantly say "You know it's fake don't ya?"

    Idiots. Most of them are probably closet fans and I tend to not care what they think and do my own thing.
    My brother's a sucker for that, always has to "go with the flow". He once spent £200 on a pair of these:



    He doesn't listen to music on them, he just wears them!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shining Light View Post
    My brother's a sucker for that, always has to "go with the flow". He once spent £200 on a pair of these:



    He doesn't listen to music on them, he just wears them!
    That's weird, I wouldn't do that. Aren't those headphones meant to be 'cool' to own?

    It's like fashion, half the people down here follow a crowd or fear they'll be mocked for not wearing chinos and flat caps. fools!

    Quote Originally Posted by K2Jelly View Post
    I was able to buy a summer home about five days ago. How? Because I told my wrestling buddies, here at college, that if I had a quarter for every time someone walked into my room and saw me watching RAW and told me that what I was watching was fake, I'd be a very rich man indeed.
    Smooth... It's a stupid thing to say and annoys me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Austin View Post
    It's very different in England to America. As Des said people will call you 'gay' for a bizarre reason or constantly say "You know it's fake don't ya?"

    Idiots. Most of them are probably closet fans and I tend to not care what they think and do my own thing.
    I was able to buy a summer home about five days ago. How? Because I told my wrestling buddies, here at college, that if I had a quarter for every time someone walked into my room and saw me watching RAW and told me that what I was watching was fake, I'd be a very rich man indeed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Austin View Post
    Same thing all over England I think. Half the people watch it in secret. I don't own any shirts but if I did I'd wear them or it would be a waste of money. (I was gonna go as John Cena for Halloween but got asked to be a Blues Brother ) People that know me know I like wrestling so it depends if you feel secure enough not to care!
    Not really a case of insecurity but making my life a bit more easier haha

    I wear them a lot in the house, but when I'm outside I'll usually switch to my United shirt or whatever feels most comfortable to me



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