Since it's Father's Day, I wondered . . . if others ever went prowling through and helping themselves to garments from their fathers' wardrobes. In high school, I remember "borrowing" and actually "taking & keeping" from my father's closet, among other things: several shirts and especially old oxford shirts (looked mature when compared to other students' sweatshirts), some sweaters, including a comfy Shetland wool cardigan, a couple of tweed sport coats (sweaters and sport coats made warm outer wear in fall and winter), various ties, and a sturdy old black leather belt (these accessories, though "used" were perfect when needing to "dress up" in the customary school boy tan khakis and navy blue blazer combination). Well . . . remember carting all items off to college. There, I managed to wear out the shirts and sweaters (replacing them with new items of similar quality and style I acquired myself). The ties got discarded one by one (and suitable replacements purchased) as each became overtly "dated" looking and belt lost or left behind moving in and out of various dormitory rooms (daily student dress norm consisted of blue jeans absent belt anyway, so hadn't missed it until getting ready for some "coat and tie" function). Eventually, when graduation rolled around got a new suit (professionally altered to fit, as opposed to Dad's "similar" size garments) accompanied with dress shoes, silk tie, etc. all of which were needed for round of interviews ahead. All in all my father was generous as to clothing loaning, usually after noticing I was wearing something of his only said, "I was looking for that," or "You look nice in my . . . " Question? Anyone else confess to "borrowing" (or, dare we say, "stealing") stuff from daddy's closet that you wore out, discarded, lost, or otherwise never returned?