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My boss have just changed my computer and i was trying everything out when these sentences popped out:

I look like a pilot with a white headset on.

I look like a pilot on a white headset.

I look like a pilot in a white headset.

which is acceptable? does it also go with clothes?

anyone?

thanks! Emotion: wink
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"on" means sitting on top. "in" means within a space or inclusion (like wearing)

Now lets decipher:
I look like a pilot with a white headset on. - Here headset is sitting on top of the pilot - which is logical - so CORRECT....

I look like a pilot on a white headset - Here pilot is sitting on top of the headset - makes no sense - So WRONG...

I look like a pilot in a white headset. - Here pilot is wearing the headset - logical - So CORRECT...

/Sameer