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Old 03-14-2012, 10:01 AM   #691
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Actually, I pictured you more like this.

Well i am covering my hairy belly button and ass crack so what are you complaining about?
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Well i am covering my hairy belly button and ass crack so what are you complaining about?
You're still untucked
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You're still untucked
Well his reasoning for being untucked was that he could see our hairy belly buttons and ass crack, if my dress shirt is that long he should be fine.
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Today...everything is grinding my gears
SS untuck the shirt...better?
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Old 03-14-2012, 10:18 AM   #695
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Funny story about the whole tucked/untucked thing.

My office VP is a big stickler when it comes to this issue, he hates untucked shirts. We have a business casual office, so guys frequently wear a golf shirt, sometimes untucked, including myself most of the time. I go by length of the shirt to determine if it's tuck-able or not, some golf shirts simply aren't tuck-able.

So anyway, after much complaining on his part, he actually wanted to have me written up for wearing an untucked shirt. So I reviewed our dress policy with HR and confirmed that tucking your shirt was nowhere to be found in there. He had to back off. He still gives me a dirty look now and then. What a maroon.
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Funny story about the whole tucked/untucked thing.

My office VP is a big stickler when it comes to this issue, he hates untucked shirts. We have a business casual office, so guys frequently wear a golf shirt, sometimes untucked, including myself most of the time. I go by length of the shirt to determine if it's tuck-able or not, some golf shirts simply aren't tuck-able.

So anyway, after much complaining on his part, he actually wanted to have me written up for wearing an untucked shirt. So I reviewed our dress policy with HR and confirmed that tucking your shirt was nowhere to be found in there. He had to back off. He still gives me a dirty look now and then. What a maroon.
lol...what grinds my gears: the threat of write up.
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Old 03-14-2012, 10:31 AM   #697
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Whats wrong with tucking your shirt into your shorts?
Sloppy looking is better?
Depends on the style.

Golf shirt and khaki shorts = tuck in WITH belt. A belt must be worn whenever any shirt is tucked in to anything.

Same goes with business casual or "nicer" clothes.




Working out with shorts and t-shirt = don't tuck

Same goes with casual or lawn-mowing wear.
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nothing, as long as you wear black socks pulled up to your knees to complete the grandpa look
Lol yup. My work shirt is long enough that I don't tuck it in, and since the parts department is pretty casual (work t-shirt/jeans) my boss doesn't care. Only time I tuck the shirt in is when it's absolutely necessary (i.e. black tie, interviews, etc.)
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Depends on the style.

Golf shirt and khaki shorts = tuck in WITH belt. A belt must be worn whenever any shirt is tucked in to anything.

Same goes with business casual or "nicer" clothes.




Working out with shorts and t-shirt = don't tuck

Same goes with casual or lawn-mowing wear.
I don't get that. If you're going to tuck your shirt in, how are you not going to wear a belt? Tucking your shirt in without a belt makes it look half assed, especially if your shirt starts becoming untucked as a result of not wearing said belt.
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I don't get that. If you're going to tuck your shirt in, how are you not going to wear a belt? Tucking your shirt in without a belt makes it look half assed, especially if your shirt starts becoming untucked as a result of not wearing said belt.
I don't require it for shirt security reasons, it just looks stupid without a belt.
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Depends on the style.

Golf shirt and khaki shorts = tuck in WITH belt. A belt must be worn whenever any shirt is tucked in to anything.

Same goes with business casual or "nicer" clothes.




Working out with shorts and t-shirt = don't tuck

Same goes with casual or lawn-mowing wear.
I agree with all that.
What bugs me is these guys at work that wear business casual pants with a button down shirt and leave it untucked like they are going to take a shit or something.
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lol...what grinds my gears: the threat of write up.
especially for an untucked shirt, I mean wtf?
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I agree with all that.
What bugs me is these guys at work that wear business casual pants with a button down shirt and leave it untucked like they are going to take a shit or something.
I think that's how Matty just described his office look.
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I think that's how Matty just described his office look.
nah I said golf shirt, if I'm wearing a button down dress shirt I tuck that in
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nah I said golf shirt, if I'm wearing a button down dress shirt I tuck that in
A golf shirt should never be tucked.
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