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Is it cheaper to wear uniforms?


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2010-08-18 23:58:35
2010-08-18 23:58:35

Uniforms are cheaper.


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Students sometimes are being made fun of because of what they wear but if you wear school uniforms you wouldn't be made fun of because they are wearing the same clothing. But also it is a lot cheaper to parents if you wear them then if your parents had to buy their children's clothing.

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In come cases no but schools like that can order their uniforms in big orders which is often cheaper than regular clothes.

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