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RyanB
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Wormser

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This is on a Halloween shirt I found at a thrift store.
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jimmyj
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Re: Wormser

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Cool what's on the shirt?
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RyanB
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Jack-o-lantern. I'm gonna let it sit under a light all day and see if it's glows in the dark. I have 2 other glow in the dark Halloween shirts, so that would be cool.
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bodhi
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Re: Wormser

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Are they kids sizes? I've actually seen that tag before on vintage 80's era kids pajamas (ghostbusters, if I remember correctly). The "flame resistant" is a tip off that they're jammies, since sleepwear (I believe) is required to be labeled that way.

RyanB
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Re: Wormser

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On the back of the tag it says 26.5 - 28. I measured it, and pit to pit is 18.25, collar to bottom is 29. I kinda figured it was a costume shirt. I think mid century costumes were marked fire resistant a lot of the time. I have one in the box that is.

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Re: Wormser

Post by oscar »

Definitely jammies. But I'll sell a cool jammie shirt with no problem, since it's usually a pop culture image on it. I've sold a bunch of TMNT.

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