#2 Wearing Flannel Shirts

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Generally, clothes are not a topic of discussion or thought among men, and rightfully so. Man dress code is programmed into the DNA make up of the male species, and therefore there is no need to discuss it, though they are some exceptions. A classic and important piece of Male clothing is the flannel shirt.

The flannel shirt was developed in the midwest, a Manly region of the country. It allows Men to feel and be more rugged. It is the choice of outdoorsMen around the world for its warmth, strength, and convenient front pocket. The best colors schemes for flannel shirts are those in red, gray, and blue. However, the more outrageously ugly the color is, the more Manly it is, as having a good eye for style is not Manly.

The Mantivity score for wearing a flannel shirt is based on color, where it is being worn (the mountains, grassland, etc), and what is being carried in the front pocket. Items such as maps, chewing tobacco, and/or a small pair of pliers, earn bonus points. 2.5 to 3 is the Mantivity score range for wearing a flannel shirt.

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5 Responses to “#2 Wearing Flannel Shirts”

  1. So-lo Says:

    Grunge look all over again. Don’t forget the work boots.

  2. Karina Says:

    Hey, it’s the “Al” look from “Home Improvement.”

  3. Richard Says:

    Wearing flannel can’t be done unless you have a beard. So GROW A BEARD!! LOL!

  4. Pointe-shoe-brands Says:

    I found your comment about the uglier the flannel shirt color, the manlier one is gave me a chuckle……. Oddly, that makes sense to me! It is always nice to get the male perspective.

    I recently wrote an article about Flannel Shirts for men and was surprised at how many color varieties there are for men to choose from these days.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Those exceptions tho…😂

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