Jean shorts. Granted, I wore them once myself years ago and I look back on those days with eternal regret
That's been the big one for me for the longest time. Beyond that, white socks, loud shoes, cargo shorts, whatever is all good and I can accept in various circumstances. I myself wear graphic tees, but I also think there's a limit to that and that no one needs to be wearing a graphic tee every single day. Especially not if all of them are from Champs and have terms like "Witness" or "Just Do It" on them.
Discovered another one a few days ago that I didn't even know existed
My younger cousin walked into my apartment wearing a hoodie like this. Only difference is that it was blue. I stared at it for a few minutes trying to figure out why he'd cut the sleeves off what looked to be a brand new hoodie. Then I figured out that the hoodie hadn't been torn or cut, it was just made that way
Asked him what the purpose of a short sleeve hoodie was and he told me he just thought it looked nice. Firstly, people that wear jackets and hoodies in 90-100 degree weather naturally irk me. That's just how i've always been, but taking something meant to keep you warm and altering it to keep you cool, just doesn't make any sense to me
I was trying to tell him that if wearing a hoodie made him too hot then he should just not wear one to begin with or take it off. Son said that the hoodie was an important part of his "fit and personal style"
Just strikes me as something that wouldn't work for you in the winter or the summer.Edited by Jays25 - 5/31/16 at 8:39am