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    Are you a di*khead?

    Sorry, what I meant to ask is: Do you pop your collar?

    I've noticed for the last year at least, it's become "the" style to wear a polo shirt (don't get me started on pink polo's, girlfriend) and pop the collar up. Does anybody here do this? Do you think it looks good? I admit I have one classic polo shirt, and I pop the collar on it occasionally- but only because it's a very short collar that's been worn out and doesn't hold being folded down. But I'm seeing all kinds of people with absolutely no style riding the fad and popping the collar on every goddamn shirt they own, even butterfly collars on button-up shirts.

    For those of you who don't know what I'm talking about, I give you- "The look":

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    No, but you are for putting "dick" in a thread title.

    And yes, the underside of polo shirt collars should be embroidered with "Kick Me".

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    Maybe we are just getting old and obsolete to the point where the current trends in fashion escape us.


    But this thread did motivate me to try out the fashion in my work uniform.

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    Those two would look stupid in normal polo shirts anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEGA JESUS-SAN
    Those two would look stupid in normal polo shirts anyway.
    As does the third guy. :)

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    Guilty as charged. The sun here is a killer - in summer I wear the collar up to protect my neck.

    As for fashion, I'm too ugly and nerdy to even bother.
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    I don't get it. You mean there are more types of shirts than a T-shirt?

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    Has no-one heard of Eric Cantona?

    http://bookweb.kinokuniya.co.jp/gimg...0753506629.JPG
    http://dnausers.d-n-a.net/dnetmQXk/legends/cantona3.jpg
    http://www.manutdzone.com/legends/cantona2.jpg
    http://www.screamyell.com.br/outros/eric_111.jpg
    http://www.ilcannocchiale.it/blogs/b...75/Cantona.jpg

    He's a French soccer player who always used to turn up his collar. This sparked a fucking epidemic of kids wearing their T-shirts that way.

    That was like 10 years ago though... I hope this shitty trend doesn't catch on again.

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    Nope, sure don't.
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