True stories... only funnier.
News flash for the "tagless t-shirt" companies:
Listen, if you take the tag out of the collar only to place it in the side seam...
... It's. Not. TagLESS!
With love, from
Agreed! I swear, since T-shirts went tagless several years ago, I've had a dickens of a time getting dressed in dim light.They suck!And, I haven't figured out yet which side the new "tag" is supposed to be on to get the shirt on right.They suck!Morons!
No kidding! My side itches all day.I can, however, get dressed in the dark ;) Just feel for the printed neck "tag" with your fingers...
I hate the side tags! They itch like crazy! They make me far more nuts than the tags at the neck did. Sheesh.I evidently work with engineers. It matters not if the tag is on the neck or side. They still don't get it right. I walked into my tech lead's cube the other day. He had on a long sleeved shirt over a tshirt. I am not in the habit of touching co-workers, but I could not resist running my fingers over the shoulder seam while saying, 'Get dressed in the dark today or were you still sleeping?" His shirt was on INSIDE OUT. Single handedly the most brilliant person I know. Can't dress himself to save his life...
Bou, I am not a genius by any stretch, but about half the time I put my long-sleeved Ts on inside out.I started buying the ones with the pocket just so I'd know which side was was which.
But Andy, the sleeves have seams that would show or that you could feel if you had the shirt on inside out.Or... do you cut all the sleeves off your t-shirts?I'm thinking this is something like me and my navy/black socks.
Nyuk!Truth is, Roses, I never thought about that. Like I said, no Einstein here!
Me, I just say "screw it", turn on the bedside lamp, & pray it doesn't wake up the Mrs.Hard to get dressed in the dark in a tagless world.
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