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    There is a new craze - well new where I am at least - buttoning your top button without a tie. It is mostly just boys. It seems kinda weird to me, but everyone is doing it. They button all the way on polo shirts for sport - and button right up to the top button after school causally on dress shirts.

    I've tried it and I look fine, it's a tad uncomfortable - but nothing I can't handle.

    I find it so stupid - they unbutton their top buttons with a tie - then button it without one - but that's beside the point.

    I want to know what the hell is with it - if you do it - if people around you do it - and if you think I should do it (I'm a tall, somewhat thin, yet well built, white, blonde boy - I'm 13)
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    (Original post by no-one-at-all)
    There is a new craze - well new where I am at least - buttoning your top button without a tie. It is mostly just boys. It seems kinda weird to me, but everyone is doing it. They button all the way on polo shirts for sport - and button right up to the top button after school causally on dress shirts.

    I've tried it and I look fine, it's a tad uncomfortable - but nothing I can't handle.

    I find it so stupid - they unbutton their top buttons with a tie - then button it without one - but that's beside the point.

    I want to know what the hell is with it - if you do it - if people around you do it - and if you think I should do it (I'm a tall, somewhat thin, yet well built, white, blonde boy - I'm 13)
    It looks daft. There is only two acceptable ways to wear a dress shirt ... either without a tie and the collar button undone, or buttoned up all the way to the top with a tie on!
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    Doesnt make a difference I wear casual shirts sometimes and I close all buttons
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    (Original post by no-one-at-all)
    There is a new craze - well new where I am at least - buttoning your top button without a tie. It is mostly just boys. It seems kinda weird to me, but everyone is doing it. They button all the way on polo shirts for sport - and button right up to the top button after school causally on dress shirts.

    I've tried it and I look fine, it's a tad uncomfortable - but nothing I can't handle.

    I find it so stupid - they unbutton their top buttons with a tie - then button it without one - but that's beside the point.

    I want to know what the hell is with it - if you do it - if people around you do it - and if you think I should do it (I'm a tall, somewhat thin, yet well built, white, blonde boy - I'm 13)
    Sounds nice

    I can imagine it
 
 
 
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