remember to tuck in your shirt. remember to tuck in your shirt. remember to tuck in your shirt

remember to tuck in your shirt
remember to tuck in your shirt
remember to tuck in your shirt
remember to tuck in your shirt
holy shit why no one told me this earlier, literally game changer.

32 thoughts on “remember to tuck in your shirt. remember to tuck in your shirt. remember to tuck in your shirt

  1. Anonymous says:

    Rule #1 for manlets: never roidmaxx. A manlet should always twinkmaxx. Use your manletness to your advantage. You will always look like a manlet regardless. So may as well look like a manlet that’s more appealing to the opposite sex. Women like cute twinks, not roided gnomes.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I never tuck my t shirt in, i like it to flap around and move air around, keeps me cool. Tucked shirts make you look old.

    • Anonymous says:

      >love handles
      this
      tucking your shirt in is just something that thin people can afford to do.
      as soon as you have a little belly fat it looks bad.

  3. Anonymous says:

    i am 27 year old and started doing that this year
    it was specially bad when i wore shirts that were meant to be tucked, ive only now realized that the longer ones looked wierd because of that

    • Cecil "CHAD BALDWIN" Drake says:

      Those are dress shirts, you gotta tuck.

      "Casual" guys will wear jeans, and an untucked office dress shirt, making it look terrible.

      You can get shirts that are shorter, that look fine, but they have to be paired with chinos rather than office type pants.

      • Anonymous says:

        i didnt have any dress shirts but most of the logger shirts i had had the long U shape and im pretty sure they were meant for tucking

        • Anonymous says:

          If they have that U shaped cut, then they’re meant to be tucked. Non-tucking shirts have a straight hem with like a 2 inch V shaped notch cut at the bottom on the either sides. Sometimes they don’t even have that.

      • Anonymous says:

        a little bit yeah put your arms up to untuck it slightly so that it lets you have a bit of movement and it’s not flat tight against your belly.

  4. Anonymous says:

    anyone use shirt stays? When I don’t use them all my shirts bunch up around the waist and make it look like I have a tummy when I’m actually slim.

  5. Anonymous says:

    the whole point of shirt tucking is to show your legs more. you can get the same effect by buying shorter shirts that go up to your belt/waist line

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