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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-25-2007, 04:36 PM Thread Starter
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Dress Shirt Question

Anyone know where I can get those stiff plastic insert things that go in your shirt collar?? I swear I lose one weekly.

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maybe try a dept store? or perhaps a dry cleaner?

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dry cleaners, I asked if I could buy some and they gave me a bag of like 100 of them for free. They were in a drawer, they pull them when people have shirts laundered and toss them in.

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dry cleaners, I asked if I could buy some and they gave me a bag of like 100 of them for free. They were in a drawer, they pull them when people have shirts laundered and toss them in.
Thanks, didn't even think of that.

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they are called "collar stays". Dry cleaners or you can get them from amazon.com

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i never bother with them, a well laundered and pressed shirt doesnt need them.

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Yeah, I lose these things all the friggen time.

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Nordstroms sells a box of brass collar stays in all sizes for about 10 bucks at the counter in the mensware section.
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Nordstroms sells a box of brass collar stays in all sizes for about 10 bucks at the counter in the mensware section.
Sweet, im going to get me some this weekend

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Nordstroms sells a box of brass collar stays in all sizes for about 10 bucks at the counter in the mensware section.
I bought these too cuz da plastic ones do suk and i kept losing em. These are a little heavier and stay put better than da plastic ones.
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Hurry up and get married. Then it won't be your job anymore!
The girls i've been dating lately... it'll still be my job after i'm married

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post #13 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-25-2007, 05:07 PM
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i never bother with them, a well laundered and pressed shirt doesnt need them.
Maybe if you use starch, but I don't like starch.

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The girls i've been dating lately... it'll still be my job after i'm married
Just apply this realization to ANY girl you marry and you'll be off to a good start.

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