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Hahaha, I just realized I misunderstood and he didn't mention a polo-neck, I was making a bit of a cheeky comment on regional variations in language but I fell flat on my face.Also hate it, but I dislike mock necks with anything. I also don’t like turtlenecks for that matter.
Same for me but that's a yes (more like Brigate Rosse but yeah). I don't condone leftist violence that is merely acting up and not a way to credibly take power but still it is a good look.
yeah, this is exactly what I just wore for thanksgiving. It’s a thin merino mockneck and a very casual suit though.Hahaha, I just realized I misunderstood and he didn't mention a polo-neck, I was making a bit of a cheeky comment on regional variations in language but I fell flat on my face.
I think it is one of those things you gotta try and it might just be completely fine and even cool, don't see a problem. I think @conceptual 4est likes mock-necks maybe he can chime in.
Awesome, thanks man, sounds like mocknecks will work just fine for me.
I think I'm going to try out a cotton jersey pair in black from Land's End.I'd wear turtlenecks with sport costs for all the terrorist associations, but find them unbearably warm... even thin merino ones.