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Old 08-03-2005, 01:44 PM   #61
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The 80's preppy phase will return
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Old 08-03-2005, 01:46 PM   #62
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Do you have any idea how offensive that may came across? That was worse than my generalisation about Scottish people and alcoholism, and that was atleast funny.
Y'know, just from reading a few of your posts here and there, I'd say you're the last person who needs to be posting about finding comments like that offensive.

(JFTR, this post should not be taken seriously, I'm just kidding.)
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Old 08-03-2005, 06:09 PM   #63
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I "pop" my collar because I have a giraffe neck!


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I don't have any collars to pop...and i have a very short neck.
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Old 08-03-2005, 07:03 PM   #65
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This thread rocks
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Old 08-03-2005, 10:23 PM   #66
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i give popped collars one bloody star

i personally cant stand them, especially when i go to LA and pass by through beverly hills and all these guys in their trendy Abercrombie pink polos walking around with shaggy hair, trucker hats and whatever else might be trendy at the moment
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Old 08-03-2005, 10:30 PM   #67
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guys in their trendy Abercrombie pink polos walking around with shaggy hair, trucker hats and whatever else might be trendy at the moment
These are the aforementioned douchebags.
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glad you agree
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Old 08-04-2005, 12:36 AM   #69
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Yikes! I didn't even know polos were popular again.


However....this must mean that paisley shirts will soon be the height of fashion... Now THAT could be fun!
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Polo's are officially lame and dorky. Don't even get me started on the collars. The fact that they have them, is a huge part of the dork-content of said polo.

Ewen, please lighten up, it's a tongue-in-cheek thread about clothes, hardly anything to get upset about. Noone's judging anyone.

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I went to an extremely preppy, yet public high school and all the guys popped their polo collars like it was nothing.
When I get my crusade jacket I will be keeping my press studs down
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omg..I thought this was about your collarbone...(sp) anyway..I thought it was going to be a new body mutilation fad and I was almost afraid to look
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Polo's are officially lame and dorky. Don't even get me started on the collars. The fact that they have them, is a huge part of the dork-content of said polo.

I used to think the same thing, but I think for guys, is there even an alternative to polo shirts? My boyfriend has one in almost every color and I hardly notice them anymore. Sometimes he has to go out and represent the place he works for at marketing fairs and such and they don't want you to come all dressed up in a dress shirt and tie, but just a regular t-shirt isn't exactly appropriate either. I think he looks pretty hot in polos as long as they're the right color and fit (and don't have a popped collar, hehe!).

Too dorky?

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I used to think the same thing, but I think for guys, is there even an alternative to polo shirts? My boyfriend has one in almost every color and I hardly notice them anymore. Sometimes he has to go out and represent the place he works for at marketing fairs and such and they don't want you to come all dressed up in a dress shirt and tie, but just a regular t-shirt isn't exactly appropriate either. I think he looks pretty hot in polos as long as they're the right color and fit (and don't have a popped collar, hehe!).

Too dorky?

It's a personal thing, taste in clothes. Allthough he wears them well, they're still not a favourite of mine, sorry.
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i wear polos and button up/down shirts a lot. if i feel like it, ill pop my mother f'ing collar.

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