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Featured "Sensory friendly t-shirt"

Discussion in 'General Autism Discussion' started by Fino, May 12, 2019.

  1. LucyPurrs

    LucyPurrs NT, INFJ V.I.P Member

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    ???
     
  2. Fridgemagnetman

    Fridgemagnetman I only have one V.I.P Member

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    A previous post on this thread which said 'no comment' was removed.
     
  3. LucyPurrs

    LucyPurrs NT, INFJ V.I.P Member

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    Just wondered what the "No comment" was all about. Was aware the first one was removed. Why I have no idea- guess I'm missing something here but no biggie.
     
  4. Pats

    Pats Well-Known Member V.I.P Member

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    Outside seams seem to be popular right now anyway. :)
     
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  5. Yeshuasdaughter

    Yeshuasdaughter Active Member

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    I love the plain tee shirts that Walmart sells. I think it's fruit of the loom. No tag or side seams. Even though they are sold in the men's dept, they have colours for either men or women.
     
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  6. Joshua Aaron

    Joshua Aaron Just a Professional Weirdo w/Autism and ADHD

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    I guess that American companies are quicker to adapt to their customer's demands?
     
  7. Fino

    Fino Alex V.I.P Member

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    Or perhaps more customers demand it here, or customers demand it more, or both.
     
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  8. Joshua Aaron

    Joshua Aaron Just a Professional Weirdo w/Autism and ADHD

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    Most likely both, because both are basically the same thing.
     
  9. Fino

    Fino Alex V.I.P Member

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    Not quite. It's basically a quantity vs. quality thing. It involves the concept of the silent majority or a noisy minority. Change could be enacted by a small group of zealots or an overwhelming amount of passive support.
     
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  10. Joshua Aaron

    Joshua Aaron Just a Professional Weirdo w/Autism and ADHD

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    Ah, got it. Thanks for clearing that up.
     
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