No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem!

Meet Liam and Michelle Friday of Lordswood, UK. Liam got his knickers in a twist after he was barred from entering a store shirtless while his wide was allowed entry while wearing a bikini top. Ridiculously, Liam believes the rules are “sexist.”

On Sunday, Liam and Michelle Friday popped to Tesco Express in Newton Close, Lordswood.

The couple had just finished a family barbecue and with temperatures reaching 30C, he opted to go shirtless, while she wore a bikini top.

Not a bad choice for the wife. The guy, though? Maybe fetch that shirt, chief.

However, when they reached the supermarket, a security guard barred him from entering but let his wife go in.

“I went in there earlier the same day without a shirt on and it was no problem. But when the security guard was there I wasn’t allowed in. “I don’t understand, it doesn’t offend anyone. He was quite happy to let her in. It’s sexist.

It’s not sexist; it’s purely aesthetic. I mean, Liam isn’t a bloated Brain Stetler carcass, but he probably shouldn’t be walking around in public sans shirt. I mean, I’ve lost nearly thirty pounds this year and I still always wear a shirt.

I mean, you can try the sexist angle, Liam, but you’re argument is on thin thick ice.

8 thoughts on “No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem!

  1. Dude should at least put on a wife beater.

    Hey, Wyatt, thanks for the laugh in the 1st paragraph. You spelled wife as “wide” – DON’T change it. It’s funnier that way.

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  2. MelP – Ugh, damned dementia! I’ll let it go.

    One thing I’ve noticed with my new keyboard is it double taps the “a” and “e” keys all the time. It’s infuriating.

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    1. If it makes you feel any better, I was typing an e-mail to our deputy director & the little voice at the back of my head said Proof Read It!!! Sure enough, I misspelled shirts (dropped the “r”). Thankfully, he had a warped sense of humor, so he would’ve let it go…and gave me hell for years to come.

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  3. Her face looks like 5 miles of bad road. Fortunately, there’s a distraction.

    “My eyes are up here!”
    Yes, I know, but so is your face and I don’t want to vomit.

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