What's with the really short sleeved tshirts?

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    JoeG4

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    The first time I saw a guy in one of those I thought he was wearing his girlfriend's tshirts or something.

    They annoy me more than skinny jeans because unlike skinny jeans, the shorter sleeved shirts seem to be all that you can get anymore!

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    It makes the shirts feel really awkward >>
     
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    leomac08

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    I don't have a problem with that...... Skinny jeans....neither...:eek:

    But that picture is annoying:D

    I have a problem with people wearing shirts 3X times their body size:eek:
     
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    Sydde

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    So if I go to a concert and the only T's they have are way too big for me (or way too small), but I really want one, what would you suggest? Loose fitting shirts (I generally wear button shirts, rarely T's anymore) are far more comfortable than clingy ones, especially in summer. So your fashion aesthetic will have to suffer if you ever run across me (I sometimes even wear socks with my sandals). Just look the other way.
     
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    Zombie Acorn

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    Shows off your arms, women like that.

    Now tshirts which have sleeves that go down to your elbow, that drives me nuts.
     
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    I hate that too! This new trend to make men look more female like sucks. I have big arms because I used to work out. Not only are they making the sleeves shorter but they are skinnier. So my sleeves get stuck close to my shoulders since my bicep is too large. :(
     
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    leomac08

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    Then don't get it! You say you don't like t-Shirts anyways.... and I won't look away, cause simply IDC. :D ain't my buisness
     
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    Abstract

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    Free tickets to the Gun Show? I don't think so. :mad:
     
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    Clothes are overrated, everyone should walk around in a G-string!
     
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    leekohler

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    What's wrong with that t-shirt? :confused:

    Skinny jeans suck, but the cut of that shirt is fine.
     
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    phillipjfry

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    NO! I don't have a permit to carry THESE!
    *FLEXES* :p
     
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    There's nothing wrong with the cut of that t-shirt. They're definately for fit healthy people, you can't wear them if you've got wings.
     
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    i see nothing wrong with that t-shirt.
    i see nothing wrong with being effeminate, either, but that type of cut t-shirt definitely doesn't make someone effeminate.
     
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    It's not the sleeves that are the problem with that shirt. It's the fact that it looks like someone puked Purple Passion all over some bad graphic novel.

    What I hate is that men's shirts seem to be sized differently now. I am athletic, workout regularly, and haven't gained or lost weight in years. But I've found that, depending on the brand, a men's medium has either gotten larger to accommodate the fatties, or has gotten a lot smaller to accommodate the skinny hipster and emo douchetards.
     
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    If you shop in stores that serve people mostly younger than you they'll tend to be a little smaller and if you shop in older demographic stores then they'll tend to be a bit bigger, most people gain a little weight as they get older so the clothes reflect this, upmarket is smaller than downmarket too, rich people eat better quality food and have personal trainers.
     
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    MacNut

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    I like my sleeves to have some air flow.
     
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    Agreed, I wear shirts cut like that all the time. I much prefer clothing that fits well as opposed to large sleeves and baggy sides.
     
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    elpmas

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    These aren't short sleeves...these are standard sleeve lengths now! :D
    Plus it adopted the muscle tee's style :]
    Showing off the guns without paying extra
     

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