Do you wear a shirt at home

@pkraj111 (2459)
India
August 24, 2008 10:31am CST
I seldom wear one as it is very hot here and it causes me to sweat. My mom always scolds me for that. So how do you like to stay at home. With a shirt or bare chested
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@JannaLee (660)
• Philippines
24 Aug 08
I live in a warm country,so it's common for people to wear sleeveless or shirts with short sleeves...but being bare in public or at home is a big no-no on my part...Maybe it's because of my gender...But males in here usually go on topless when they are at home..^^
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• India
24 Aug 08
shirt..at home..:0.....not always .........shirt r only fr wearing outside.....or only when any guests r coming.......
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@roanne05 (1290)
• Oman
24 Aug 08
with a shirt..i am a girl...but my brothers sometimes do not wear shirt...
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@MOMMASAM (1004)
• United States
24 Aug 08
well, my apartment is on the second floor. no buildings are next to me or even close to me. i live over a dry cleaning and laundry plant. so it adds 10-15 degrees to an already hot and very humid environment. i do not have whole house air conditioning. i am fortunate enough to have one unit in my living room and one unit in my office/computer room. i wear only underwear. i keep a t-shirt and shorts on the banister going downstairs if someone knocks at my door. by and large i'm in only underwear from may through september ! obviously i spend much more time in those 2 rooms listed above than any other !
@pkraj111 (2459)
• India
24 Aug 08
How can you live in a place so hot man. I am always in shorts and often forget to wear a shirt, when people knock the door.
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@MOMMASAM (1004)
• United States
4 Sep 08
haha that would be incredibly RUDE of me to open the door with no shorts and t-shirt. thanks for best response, too !
@ersmommy1 (12595)
• United States
24 Aug 08
As I am female, I wear a shirt. lol But my hubby goes shirtless ocasionally. I really don't see the problem if one is a guy.
@pkraj111 (2459)
• India
25 Aug 08
Thats one advantage of being a guy right
• Canada
25 Aug 08
When you ask this I assume it is more directed at males than females. I, as a female, do not go bare chested at home and would feel incredibly uncomfortable doing so. Sweating is just part of life. Showers and antiperspirant work well for me. If you are a male, it is more acceptable for you to be topless at home or in public.