sleeveLESS.

@ridingbet (55595)
Philippines
June 5, 2018 5:11am CST
Yes you read it right. I removed /cut off the sleeves of the tee shirt that I have during my 4th year college. The other shirt has its sleeves still. I did the cutting off of some of my shirts because it is still so hot. Do you have shirts with cut - off sleeves? That is me wearing my sleeveless shirt.
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@just4him (119947)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
5 Jun
Lots of people do that, but I keep my shirts the way I buy them, same with my pants. I don't turn them into shorts.
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@ridingbet (55595)
• Philippines
6 Jun
i have not cut short my denim pants. once they are tight, i just place them inside my cabinet and wait if my weight tones down so i can use them again.
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@just4him (119947)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
6 Jun
@ridingbet Sounds like a good idea.
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@ridingbet (55595)
• Philippines
7 Jun
@just4him but you look great now that you lost weight.
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@DianneN (79855)
• United States
5 Jun
I love the saying on your shirt! I never cut off the sleeves on my clothes. I buy them sleeveless, with spaghetti straps, or strapless.
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@ridingbet (55595)
• Philippines
6 Jun
the reason why i cut off the sleeves is because the stitches were already loose and there were holes, so instead of using the shirt as a rug, i removed the sleeves and use the shirt at home.
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@DianneN (79855)
• United States
6 Jun
@ridingbet That's a good idea. You recycled the shirt!
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@ridingbet (55595)
• Philippines
6 Jun
@DianneN yes, and i have many shirts with cut off sleeves now.
@allen0187 (33488)
• Philippines
5 Jun
Yes, I have a couple of shirts with cut-off sleeved.
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@ridingbet (55595)
• Philippines
6 Jun
they give us fresh air' inside the shirt-especially if these are loose.
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@allen0187 (33488)
• Philippines
8 Jun
@ridingbet true. Wearing one right now.
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@ridingbet (55595)
• Philippines
8 Jun
@allen0187 it is so comfortable actually. me as well, a yellow sleeveless shirt with knee-length shorts.
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@LadyDuck (162709)
• Switzerland
5 Jun
I bought some shirts with no sleeves, I do not cut off the sleeves from the others.
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@ridingbet (55595)
• Philippines
6 Jun
that shirt, already old, had some loose stitches in the armhole that was why i unsleeved the shirt already. the removed sleeves are in my room to wipe anything like my mirror.
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@LadyDuck (162709)
• Switzerland
6 Jun
@ridingbet I never throw old cotton shirts or rugs, they are always useful to clean the house.
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@ridingbet (55595)
• Philippines
6 Jun
@LadyDuck us here too. if not, we can give the old shirts to our laundrywoman. of course the clothes are still wearable.
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@Corbin5 (109153)
• United States
5 Jun
I cut all the sleeves from my blouses and tops that I always wore under jackets and sweaters when I taught. I am always too hot, so those sleeves had to go if they were to be worn under a dressy jacket or sweater.
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@ridingbet (55595)
• Philippines
6 Jun
well, it cannot be seen anyway if you wear jackets or sweaters over the shirt.
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@Corbin5 (109153)
• United States
6 Jun
@ridingbet Yes, I never removed my jacket or sweater, that's for sure.
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@aureliah (16637)
5 Jun
No I have not cut any. Do they help much?
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@ridingbet (55595)
• Philippines
6 Jun
it depends. i cut my old shirts off the sleeves to be used this summer. anyway, it is worn just inside the house.
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@aureliah (16637)
11 Jun
@ridingbet Okay if it helps then thats good
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• India
5 Jun
Sleeveless shirts are good in hot summers
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@ridingbet (55595)
• Philippines
6 Jun
i totally agree, but not when walking under the sun. there is a possibility of sunburn anyway.
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• India
6 Jun
@ridingbet I agree. When out under the sun, better to wear full clothes or sunscreen
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@Jessabuma (32974)
• Baguio, Philippines
5 Jun
Yes I do po, and I love using/ wearing sleeveless shirts.
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@ridingbet (55595)
• Philippines
6 Jun
indeed, especially at home.
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@Jessabuma (32974)
• Baguio, Philippines
6 Jun
@ridingbet that's right po
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@JESSY3236 (6710)
• United States
5 Jun
no, but my mother had a shirt that had the sleeves cut out.
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@ridingbet (55595)
• Philippines
6 Jun
maybe the shirt of your mother is about to be worn-out? that tee shirt of mine in the picture is decades old; i had that in 1980 in my 4th senior college year.
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@kixsh101 (745)
• Philippines
5 Jun
I don't have one but I might try one day to make a tweak on my clothes or shirts.
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@ridingbet (55595)
• Philippines
6 Jun
it gives me the 'fresh' feeling since the air/wind can enter through the sleeve or neckline if the shirt is loose.