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There's nothing wrong with looking a little chavvy. I don't think it does though.
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I doubt that: I know a good few rah's at the LSE.
And they wear their T-shirts with their collars up do they...

To the OP, to answer your question - it is absolutely chavvy, to me anyway. But then I hate chavs and my meaning of "chav" is rather broad.
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And they wear their T-shirts with their collars up do they...

To the OP, to answer your question - it is absolutely chavvy, to me anyway. But then I hate chavs and my meaning of "chav" is rather broad.
Yes. It would have been pointless me saying it otherwise wouldn't it?
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it is absolutely chavvy
:rolleyes: Some polos are made for you to put them up. There's nothing chavvy about it at all. Then again, my definition of prude is different to yours.
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bad wool behaviour
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As I am going to the same university as you, do you see many people who have their collar up?
There are 30,000 students at Nottingham Uni, give or take... what do you think?
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How would you describe the person above?

1) Chav
2) Smartly dressed
3) Looks educated




How would you describe the people above?

1) Chavs
2) Smartly dressed
3) Look educated

By the way, looking "cool" does not constitue looking "smartly dressed", it constitutes looking like a "chav" :p:
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The people in the picture below look like they have an IQ of 10... with no clothing sense.
The dude in the picture above looks like a knob.

That's just one instance of the two styles though; I could pull off both
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The 3 statements are options for you to choose from :P
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Top one: student, young person, looks like a bunch of fun.
Bottom one: bunch of up tight stiffs who I have to work with all day long. Also looking vaguely like they're discussing the threesome they'll be having in the boardroom later today.
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Well the polos I have don't have buttons so I guess you are meant to have your collar up? By the way, I don't look like that knob in the top picture lol. By the way the bottom picture is probably of office workers? Never seen a student wear trouser and shirt - thats just gay.
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I always wear my collar up on my polo shirts, and i only buy football kits with collars, and on casual shirts ill wear my collar up, just a personal preference
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(Original post by J_H123698)
bad wool behaviour
Manc look. To be avoided.
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I don't think collar'ing up looks cool, at all. We have different terms here in Malaysia to describe those people but in general, they give me an impression that they're chavvy and i have to say i wouldn't expect much out of them.(though i've met an extremely smart chav before). To summarise: I don't like that as a fashion, it looks funny and i feel embarassed for them. They think they're cool but actually it's not quite true.
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Well the polos I have don't have buttons so I guess you are meant to have your collar up? By the way, I don't look like that knob in the top picture lol. By the way the bottom picture is probably of office workers? Never seen a student wear trouser and shirt - thats just gay.
Haven't you met a medical student in your life?:confused:
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No. I visited Imperial College once and only the geeks were wearing trouser and shirt.
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I think its better if you leave it down if its just another every day thing, its ok if your at the beach or somewhere special etc
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I think those that you saw were medical students and no, they aren't geeks, or else you'll be having geeks to treat you when you fall sick.
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Lol, I don't know what the hell you are on about. Maybe students in Malaysia wear trousers and shirt to university, but it certainly isn't true for the vast majority here.
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top guy looks like an absolute knob
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