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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Taques, Feb 3, 2016.
Throw away the shirt at lunchtime and buy another one. Undershirts are for poors
Gotta go v neck in hot weather or your sweat through your damn shirt and look gross.
For white shirts, try a heather grey v neck
After two recs for Bullhide Belts, and finding a belt I was interested in on sale, I kopped this
then you better be wearing a tie or a deep v undershirt.
If I can see your undershirt underneath your button down then we have a problem.
nothing wrong with an undershirt, but a visible undershirt is amateur hour
There's a guy down the hall from me that wears polos everyday and his undershirts peek out at the end of his sleeves. I have no respect for that guy
Crew neck undershirts scream amateur hour.
I let the ladies see my chest lettuce.
Can't wait to flex the gray taco meat this summer after reading this thread. How liberating!
team v-neck under shirt (still looking for recommendations)
Team contrasting color crew neck under my polo
If you’re not wearing a v neck in the summer, then you don’t live in a humid climate and/or dont live in a city so you drive everywhere.
Like any normal person.
Long sleeve under a short sleeve when I’m feeling extra fly
no no no
Wearing contrasting color tee under your polo is a bad middle school fad.
I was doing this in my old passport photo. It was sweet ten years later when I was still using it.
In my passport that expired 3 years ago I was wearing a khaki polo with a sky-blue undershirt
"Mr. Tegg, everything was fine until we saw this passport photo. Now we need to check your bags for untaxed cigarettes."
RU in the flesh
While hes here he can troubleshoot your computer problems poorly before he has to kick it up to next level support.
I had a puka shell necklace and American Eagle t-shirt on in my original one. Thankfully was time to renew in 2017.
Re: belts, I've got a calfskin Torino that's held up great for the last 3 years, but it could stand to be replaced since I wear it just about every day. Came with an interchangeable buckle--brass or nickel.
Got to match your horse, obvi.
Best undershirt in the game:
Some nice looking blouses on there
Mine is skin tight
I have a nice Allen Edmonds one that matches my shoes.
I also owned a Saddleback belt that i somehow lost while drunk a few years ago. It matched my briefcase and im sad i lost it.
If I wore dress pants more often I’d consider one of these
Just ordered two Eton dress shirts. Am excite.
You guys wear belts and not soley suspenders?
Give me your suspenders recs, fellas.
I use these but they rub on my nips a bit
Cool mountain Hansel
Aerogarden update. This thing is awesome
Genoveve basil, thai basil, chives, mint, dill, and thyme all doing great. Parsley still a little shy but just sprouted.
wes tegg let me get your mom's digits so we can trade tips
what you growing?
Gonna try some leafy greens next, but not sure how viable they'll be. Internet says it can do small tomatoes, too. It comes with a trellis that attaches to the light stand.
this interests me. pretty easy to set up? how much power does it draw?
I posted it a few pages back:
Super easy to set up, takes 10 minutes. I've hardly done anything since the initial set-up, and that picture was a little over 2 weeks. Not sure on electricity yet, but I wouldn't imagine a ton? Or hope? It is on 17 hours/day.
A guy on reddit in MFA (r/malefashionadvice) created an app that basically allows you to one stop shop for your favorite brands and allows you to parse sells by best deals or shoes only, etc and allows you to customize your viewing by size etc. Its super easy to navigate and really intuitive.
It’s called PerShop on iOS and Android. I figured a lot of people here might find it helpful. Links to the app below.
Hard to tell from the front.. Q5 or Q7?
It says right in the description it uses 30W lights. Add in a bit more for the electronics and other inefficiencies and it’s probably like 40W total.
But how much does it use is the question.
need a boost in the bedroom for our streaming TV, had to move our other extender to our sons room for some of his baby stuff, so balancing the house out with this basic one (actually got it on ebay for $15 with $0 shipping)
Let me know how this does.
Is that equal to like 2 meters? Or closer to 3 gallons?