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we have a member who has let his personal standards and dress code slip.

He now arrives showing horrible amounts of flesh as he seems to be unable to do up has clothes.

It is becoming a problem as potential new other members on seeing this 'tramp' like figure will surely question what sort of club they are attempting to join.

dress code minimums are what?

what can we do as we do not want to upset him?
 

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Eddie Grice
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Oaklands Park may be able to lease you our resident rodent.
That should keep his ankles & legs covered at least

Eddie
 

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Jim Moyes
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Until slot car clubs become the haunt of the suave, sophisticated, fashion conscious man, you shouldn't worry about it too much.

Just until then!
 

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John Roche
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If there's a dress code I wouldn't be welcome at many clubs, I'm just one of natures slobs however hard I try
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As long as his personal hygiene is OK it shouldn't be a problem.

Cheers

John
 

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Mustang.
If he is young, just tell him to 'cover up' as he is putting all the potential new girl members off!
If he is 'old' tell him to grow up!
Best of luck.
Bill.
P.S. It must be a bad case, as I have just spotted your home town! Very little clothing is the norm, or is that just a stereo type from the red top press and a certain TV show?
 

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One petunia in a field of onions
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Might be time for you to consider the idea of Club clothing. May be a t-shirt, hoody, tracksuit, or bowling shirt. Perhaps a clownsuit might be more appropriate.

Or could you suggest he change the bear suit for a gorilla suit?
 
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