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Category: Clothing

Topic: Shirts

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    1. If we want to support the right to bare arms should we wear short sleeves? (Contributed by Abtsnet)
    2. Why are those labels on the back of your shirt collars made out of the most irritable material on earth? (Contributed by Ralph Fallstick)
    3. Why are buttons arranged differently on men's and women's clothes? (Contributed by David Feldman)
    4. Isn't the most powerful force in the universe the one that holds black dog hairs to newly washed shirts? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    5. How can you POP a button? Don't they just break off? (Contributed by Don F.)
    6. How come no matter how many pins you take out of a new shirt, there is always one more? (Contributed by The Duke of Endor)
    7. If a man with no arms wears a sleeveless shirt, is it still called a muscle shirt? (Contributed by Twinkle)
    8. What does the 'T' in T-shirt really mean? (Contributed by T.M.)
    9. Was General Custer the first man to wear an Arrow shirt? (Contributed by Joe)
    10. Why do most shirts cover armpits when armpits arenít considered Private Areas? (Contributed by Don F.)
    11. Why don't they make sleeves out of napkins? Then we could wipe our mouths on our sleeves, right? (Contributed by Don F.)
    12. Does anybody know why a sleeveless tee shirt is called a "tank top"? Or why the opening in the front of trousers is called a "fly"? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
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