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Is it chavvy? MY friends seem to think so , but it looks kinda cool if you have the right sort of collar t-shirt.
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It's either chavvy or rah.
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I am neither lol :p:. Arghh, so most people will think I am a chav at university?
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To be fair most people won't think much of it. If you think it looks good then do it. Don't let other peoples perceptions dictate what you wear.
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I guess so..
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1. you never look ******ed in uni, there's always some freak who's dressing worse than you.
2. i like the whole collar up thing I do it a lot with a couple of my bench and all saints polos.
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I would try and avoid the type of people who do that to their collars. It's clear they haven't got much going on in their brains and it's embarassing to see.
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Oh, and you should try and wear shirts to uni, not T-shirts :P
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1. you never look ******ed in uni, there's always some freak who's dressing worse than you.
2. i like the whole collar up thing I do it a lot with a couple of my bench and all saints polos.
Well, there was that time I came in dressed as Fanny Cradock. Hey, as a guy I thought I was making a statement...
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Pftt. It's not chavvy if you can pull it off with other nice clothes. With putting your collar up though man, you need decent accessories to say "no, I'm no chav". Make sure your wearing a wristband or a watch or something and make sure the colours actually match.

Collar'ing up ftw.
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I would try and avoid the type of people who do that to their collars. It's clear they haven't got much going on in their brains and it's embarassing to see.
Are you being sarcastic? How can you judge a person by just one trait..:eek:
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Oh, and you should try and wear shirts to uni, not T-shirts :P
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what rubbish, you can wear what the hell you want
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Oh, and you should try and wear shirts to uni, not T-shirts :P
Shirts are cool..I used to wear them at sixth form but have sort of got tired and fed up of wearing them!
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what rubbish, you can wear what the hell you want
As I am going to the same university as you, do you see many people who have their collar up?
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Well, there was that time I came in dressed as Fanny Cradock.
Maaaad *******! I hope it was a dare.

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Hey, as a guy I thought I was making a statement...
That you're a clear raving homosexual with a desire to cook like Fanny? :p:
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Well it depends what uni you're off to. If it's LSE (yay for me)...you're likely to be met with a hostile reception if you were to walk around with your collar up, on the other hand...if it was Manchester or something more "relaxed," I doubt anyone would even notice.
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Maaaad *******! I hope it was a dare.



That you're a clear raving homosexual with a desire to like Fanny?
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Are you being sarcastic? How can you judge a person by just one trait..:eek:
How about if you saw some walking around with a knife, would you judge them by just one trait? :p:
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Are you being sarcastic? How can you judge a person by just one trait..:eek:
No, I was being rather harsh though...but try and avoid it, if you can
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Well it depends what uni you're off to. If it's LSE (yay for me)...you're likely to be met with a hostile reception if you were to walk around with your collar up, on the other hand...if it was Manchester or something more "relaxed," I doubt anyone would even notice.
I doubt that: I know a good few rah's at the LSE.
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