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Fred McGriff

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i wear darker or black undershirts under certain button up shirts or don't wear on undershirt at all and have the buttons open to show a little bit of my awesome muscel bound chest!

 

example: when wearing a polo shirt, i don't have any of the buttons buttoned!

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weird. im wearing a white under a dark blue shirt and vneck, but just cause thats all the clean i had. however, it almost works cause the vneck is such a pathetic grey-blue colour.

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i hate white undershirts beneath certain shirts. they are so bright and lame. i usually roll no undershirt, or like a gray or black one. white undershirts are the worst. i hate seeing them beneath sweaters and polos especially. if you are wearing a white undershirt and nothing else, then that's cool. or a white undershirt beneath another t-shirt is fine too. but if it's beneath like a v-neck sweater, then jesus christ, i hate you. i'm wearing a v-neck sweater right now with no undershirt, and it's awesome. do i risk staining my sweaters and shirts with my bo stains? yeah. it's a hellofa lot better than wearing a white goddammed undershirt all the time though, i can tell you that much.

 

i hate v neck sweaters.

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i hate white undershirts beneath certain shirts. they are so bright and lame. i usually roll no undershirt, or like a gray or black one. white undershirts are the worst. i hate seeing them beneath sweaters and polos especially. if you are wearing a white undershirt and nothing else, then that's cool. or a white undershirt beneath another t-shirt is fine too. but if it's beneath like a v-neck sweater, then jesus christ, i hate you. i'm wearing a v-neck sweater right now with no undershirt, and it's awesome. do i risk staining my sweaters and shirts with my bo stains? yeah. it's a hellofa lot better than wearing a white goddammed undershirt all the time though, i can tell you that much.

 

What and what? Who taught you how to wear sweaters? Some kind of jerk? Not even Alpaca farmers go balls deep on some wool. Get it right or pay the price.

 

*stares at picture of a man wearing a white turtle neck*

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Guest Benedict Cumberbatch

i wear white Ts exclusive.

 

most often on their own

but also under check shirts

and under jumpers

and under vnecks sweaters

 

i probably have 25-30 white Ts

 

FU MCGRIFF!

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i too hated v-neck sweaters all my life until i wore everything else possible and got tired of everything else possible and now here i am wearing v-necks and loving it.

 

if you cant stand the itch of a woolly sweater then i suggest a gray undershirt or a navy undershirt or a black undershirt.

 

PEACE

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i don't own any sweaters. maybe it's the australian in me - it just never really gets cold enough for me to commit 100% to something that isn't a jacket. though recently my jackets have started to wear out - and considering both were liberated from an ex-girlfriend, i don't think i'll be able to replace them easily, lol. yes i wear women's jackets but that's for another thread.

 

i do however own my fair share of undershirts. though in my case they are long sleeved, and worn under a t-shirt. just because sometimes it's too cold to just wear a t-shirt but not cold enough to wear much more.

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i wear darker or black undershirts under certain button up shirts or don't wear on undershirt at all and have the buttons open to show a little bit of my awesome muscel bound chest!

 

example: when wearing a polo shirt, i don't have any of the buttons buttoned!

 

this is how i roll

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if you cant stand the itch of a woolly sweater then i suggest a gray undershirt or a navy undershirt or a black undershirt.

 

wait so now it's just the color of the undershirt you have an issue with?

 

edit: fucking mcgriff threads. :cerious: they are a true wonder.

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i too hated v-neck sweaters all my life until i wore everything else possible and got tired of everything else possible and now here i am wearing v-necks and loving it.

 

if you cant stand the itch of a woolly sweater then i suggest a gray undershirt or a navy undershirt or a black undershirt.

 

PEACE

 

 

2011: year of the sweater vest.

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i too hated v-neck sweaters all my life until i wore everything else possible and got tired of everything else possible and now here i am wearing v-necks and loving it.

 

if you cant stand the itch of a woolly sweater then i suggest a gray undershirt or a navy undershirt or a black undershirt.

 

PEACE

 

ahh perhaps that's what it is, i don't live in a cold zone, so haven't had a chance yet to become disenfranchised through over-use from the idea of every other style besides the v-neck.

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I only wear undershirts (white, yeah, so what) with my dress shirts for work, as a white tee is cheaper to replace than an expensive dress shirt. I'll even wear them under some of my nicer tee shirts to avoid my toxic sweat ruining them.

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I completely forgot about undershirts until this thread. Like I actually forgot they existed. I used to wear undershirts from kindergarten-grade 3, and I think that pretty much stopped once my mom no longer picked out my clothes for me. That extra little bit of fabric between me and my shirt would piss me off to no end. Fuck pajamas too.

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so apparently americans sweat like an alien bleeds.

 

I know jesus fuck what's with all you guys ruining shirts with your sweat?

 

if you're sweating it probably means that you don't need an undershirt !!

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