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128913 No.6568   [Reply]

I am

>> No.6569  

This picture was taken last year in Berlin

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70418 No.429   [Reply]

I want to deliver pictures of me in overalls to get access to the premium area. Can anyone tell me where to send the pictures to? does martin have a email-adress?
thank you!

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>> No.432  

it used to be that way back then

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>> No.436  

To get free access here, we neet a contribution of 30 HD Pictures selfmade or new.

I will put them online, and grand you premium.
If the quality is not HIGH, no access ;)

mail them to martin_132 at hotmail.com

>> No.466  

Never got any mail from you, are you still there ?

>> No.476  

yes I am

I will try it again

>> No.6562  

Did anyone save the forum stories that were originally posted on the old Petra's site?

>> No.6563  

There's a site that archives web pages on a regular basis. It's called the "Wayback Machine". You can find the stories from the old web site here: https://web.archive.org/web/20090926215845/http://www.cute-kids.de:80/bibboys/stories.shtml

>> No.6565  

Thanks, but it appears that many of the forum posts were never archived. Do you know if anyone managed to save the entire forum?

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>> No.6552  

I like searching online for photos of people wearing overalls. It gives me the chance to see what kind of shirts other people are wearing under their bibs. Of course, I do all of this whilst wearing my favorite pair(s) of overalls.

>> No.6564  

the best shirt to wear with bibs is none

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>> No.6543  

Indigo Blue (NB).

I just love how the bib hugs my chest after I adjust the straps nice and snug!

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I have Dickies also. I'm trying to figure out how to get rid of the curve in the middle of the bib part. Maybe if I tighten the straps, the bib will sit flat against my chest? I would hate to have to return these, they're my first pair of overalls I've ever purchased.

>> No.6546  

If you close the snap buttion, it would help a bit as well.

>> No.6549  

>>6542 // I love how the front of your overalls curves around the chest area! The bib of the overalls has a nice rounded look. Some people might think that wearing overalls makes you look fat. I happen to find the rounded, pear-like shape look that the overalls give your body when you wear them very awesome and attractive. It has to be traditional overalls like Dickies. Fashion overalls with a much narrower or smaller bib don't look as cool, in my opinion.

>> No.6556  

To avoid the "tent" in the middle of your overalls, adjust your overalls straps to be as short as possible. You want the bib as high on your chest as possible. The bib should sit nicely on your chest, without the bulge in the middle.

>> No.6561  

When you have a belly like me, then wearing normal pants is extremely uncomfortable. No matter how I wear my pants, they are always bothering me. Overalls are the only kind of clothing that solve this problem (and coveralls as well). When you are a big boy like me, I recommend to buy traditional overalls like those made by Dickies, Key, Carhartt, etc because these overalls have a long crotch. Overalls which have a long crotch are amazing because your entire belly can fit inside the crotch when you wear them pulled up high on your chest.

As you have pointed out correctly in your post, the overalls look very nice round around your belly and chest. Not only does this look very hot and attractive, it also feels wonderful. With every movement you make, you feel the bib being pulled over your belly and chest. From my experience, you dont experience this nice bibbed feeling over your belly when you are thin and skinny. I enjoy being a big boy having to wear big boy overalls.

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>> No.6554  

Cute pictures! Do you normally wear your overalls with one strap undone -- or were you just trying out different poses for the camera? If you do like to only wear one strap, it might look better if you took the unfastened side of the bib and folded it over/down. That would give a really relaxed 'vibe'! In other words, the unfastened half of the bib should be folded down and the fastened half of the bib should be straight up, against the chest.

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One-strap example:

>> No.6557  

I appreciate your complements regarding my photos. At the time, I was simply taking some selfies for the fun of it. No; I ALWAYS wear BOTH STRAPS fastened and on my shoulders. Any other way is ... well ... unbalanced and awkward. In my opinion, the ONLY way to truly feel 'enclosed' inside of your overalls is to buckle-up twice and ALWAYS have your straps adjusted as snugly as possible. Share your love for bib overalls with others by wearing them proudly -- and properly!

>> No.6558  

Your comment seems a bit agressive with the way you emphasize those capitals while obviously DO NOT ALWAYS wear BOTH STRAPS over your shoulders, as the pictures you posted actually prove.

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2557275 No.6445   [Reply]

When your overalls are as soft as pajamas might as well sleep in them and then continue wearing them the rest of the day :p

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>> No.6449  

Dutchbibboy is correct on all that. Overalls should be worn for sleep and throughout the day. He has helped me make the switch and i am better for it. On my way to overalls only and a true bibboy.

>> No.6450  

I definitely did this when I was around 13 or so, since I wanted to get back into overalls at that age and got some Carhartt insulated overalls. I slept in them and they felt very comfortable because of the insulated down in the leggings.

Though I don’t wear my overalls much in bed now because I wear them throughout the day I’ll sometimes go to bed in them. I got my Berne overalls today so I can probably balance sleeping in them more often.

>> No.6451  

I enjoy wearing my overalls during the day. However, when I am in bed, I find the feeling of the straps pulling on my shoulders uncomfortable. Maybe I could try unbuckling the straps and folding the bib down when I go to bed at night.

>> No.6452  

Never tried that but that would be a good idea for our summers. If i am going to be overalls 24/7 i may have to try that with strapping back up in am. That said i love wearing in am and continuing into bedtime. I am working on the balance and once completed i will be strictly overalls only and nothing else.

>> No.6468  


There is a way to make overalls very comfortable when sleeping. Try out the following. Adjust the straps of the overalls a bit lower before going to sleep. The overalls will be lower now. Next you grab the sides of your overalls and pull them up high. While you keep the overalls high while you lay down on your bed. This way you dont feel the straps pulling on your shoulder anymore when laying down. Now you can enjoy your overalls during the night. Waking up in overalls the next day is really amazing. Do not forget to adjust the straps when waking up. You must adjust the straps so the overalls are fitting high again. Enjoy your day in overalls.

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Thank you for the ideas. Maybe it would be more comfortable for me to buy a pair of snowbibs for sleeping in...

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Those are some very nice snowbibs. I have a pair of Carhartt Insulated overalls (see picture). Although they are called "insulated overalls" they have the same cut as your snowbibs. I highly recommend buying a good pair of insulated overalls/snowbibs. They are very comfortable and enjoyable to wear. Snowbibs are very enjoyable to wear. This is because of the fact that the sides of such overalls go even higher than normal overalls. If you enjoy the enclosing feeling of overalls then you will certainly love snowbibs as well.

Some more information about snowbibs. Make sure the snowbibs fit your perfectly i.e. not too tight and not baggy. Some snowbibs have elastic straps. This can help when you want to wear them during the night so the straps don't pull to much on your shoulders. Just as sleeping with normal overalls, I advise you to follow the steps outlined in my comment above. With snowbibs you can do all kinds of cool combinations like wearing normal overalls underneath your snowbibs or even wearing a onesie/coveralls underneath your snowbibs or just a hoodie or T-shirt. Also be aware that you can get overheated pretty quickly in your snowbibs. Wearing snowbibs during the cold months is a good idea if you want to reduce heating costs which saves you money for more cool overalls.

Some cool snowbibs you might like are the ones from Carhartt (search for the term "Carhartt biberall" or "Carhartt insulated bib overalls" on Amazon or other website). The snowbibs made by the brand CrazySensations are also amazing.

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I found another solution that works great. Undo both straps and put them behind your back. Then, leave the bib pulled up against your chest. The bib won't fall down.

>> No.6536  

>>6535 This is a solution to "a way to make overalls very comfortable when sleeping."

>> No.6553  

I tried sleeping in overalls once. That same night, I had an exciting dream about overalls. I woke up the next morning with a big mess on the front of my bibs. I had to throw them in the washing machine. Maybe I got a little too excited?? Lol!

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Back in the late 1990s, several of my classmates frequently wore overalls to school. However, they always wore them with only one strap fastened.

I always found that strange. For some reason, the sight of seeing another person wearing unfastened overalls, seemed to really excite me. I always wondered what they would do with the extra strap? Would they leave the unfastened overall strap hanging behind their back or would they try to hide it?

Some kids would tuck the undone strap inside of their overalls. I could see how this would get rid of the extra strap. It wouldn't be flopping around behind the person's back. However, it might feel very uncomfortable if the buckle at the end of the strap ends up behind their butt, when they sit down.

Other kids would just let the undone strap dangle loosely behind their back. However, this way, either the buckle at the end of the strap, or the adjustment slider, might get caught on something, like a hook or a door handle. Or the buckle at the end of the swinging strap might hit someone or something if the person wearing the overalls was running.

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No.6540   [Reply]

Yesterday, I put on my Dickies overalls and the zipper got stuck at the top! I pulled on the tab and the zipper came apart.! Unfortunately, I wasn't able to fix them, so the zipper is stuck in the closed position.

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>> No.6538  

Why does the AI always total fail with the buckles ;-)

>> No.6539  

too complicated yet, just like hands. But probably fixed ovr time.

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