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  • #46
    Originally posted by mebejoseph View Post
    My fellow man.
    Children.
    Dogs.
    You had me until Dogs

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    • #47
      Funny to me how we used to laugh at guys with pants too short and now it's the super chic thing to do.
      I get that you're really proud of your sock collection but can't it be a special moment, instead of on full display at all times?

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      • #48
        wearing dress shoes without socks

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        • #49
          Originally posted by JohnR View Post
          Funny to me how we used to laugh at guys with pants too short and now it's the super chic thing to do.
          I still wonder why guys are wearing what I used to call "floods" whenever I see short pants...

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          • #50
            Originally posted by JohnR View Post
            Funny to me how we used to laugh at guys with pants too short and now it's the super chic thing to do.
            I get that you're really proud of your sock collection but can't it be a special moment, instead of on full display at all times?
            That's been going on for almost 10 years now and I still think it looks dumb as hell.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by flatbear View Post
              wearing dress shoes without socks
              My feet feel sweaty and sticky just reading this.
              Ben

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              • #52
                I forgot one, diver watches.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by batkins9 View Post
                  I forgot one, diver watches.
                  I used to hate them. then soemhow my entire collections was dive watches. Now I am back to a pretty even ratio. They are useful for timing at the grill, I will say that.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by idvsego View Post
                    I used to hate them. then soemhow my entire collections was dive watches. Now I am back to a pretty even ratio. They are useful for timing at the grill, I will say that.
                    Too each their own. It's just not a style I care for.

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                    • #55
                      Piqué cotton polo shirts.

                      I don't love how these look or feel.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by ianr View Post
                        Piqué cotton polo shirts.

                        I don't love how these look or feel.
                        I'm with you on this one. I like just about any other type of polo but I really don't care for piqué cotton polo shirts.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by ianr View Post
                          Piqué cotton polo shirts.

                          I don't love how these look or feel.
                          I think they look fine but I don't get how they're supposed to be comfortable in the summer. They're thick and hot.

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by Hebrew Barrister View Post
                            I think they look fine but I don't get how they're supposed to be comfortable in the summer. They're thick and hot.
                            Once upon a time pique golf shirts were relatively loosely knitted. The airflow that weave permitted, plus the resulting bumpy texture like seersucker lifting the cloth off of the skin, made them cool to wear, and as a side benefit fairly stretchy. In my teens I worked at a private golf club and our Tommy Hilfiger shirts were loose enough to stick a toothpick in without damage. For whatever reason pique weaves tightened up, perhaps because people started wearing them for more indoor-based or business activities. I find they're much denser and thus heavier nowadays (and I had my old work golf shirts in the back of a drawer until a couple years ago to compare).

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                            • #59
                              I've been known to wear AE Strandmok 2.0's in gray suede (with the white vibram sole) with loafer ("no-show") socks. But I've not gone sockless in anything other than shower shoes for a very long time.....
                              https://www.professorhorseyhead.com

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