Guys who wear cut off shirts at the gym (or anywhere else).

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    Jul 15, 2010 1:26 AM GMT
    Lately I've been seeing a lot more guys at the guy wearing cut off shirts when working out, and I admit they look pretty hot. I've never wore one and I don't know if I ever would.

    Would you/do you wear one?
    Do you like guys who wear them?
    Does wearing them say something about those guys?

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  • rnch

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    Jul 15, 2010 1:28 AM GMT
    IMO, this type of shirt screams "i am a narcisstic fool! LOOK AT ME!!" icon_lol.gif
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    Jul 15, 2010 1:43 AM GMT
    There are a lot of high school and college guys who work out at my gym and a lot of them wear these. Some of them cut the sides out so much, they might as well not be wearing a top at all. Though most of them do have the bodies to pull it off...
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    Jul 15, 2010 2:24 AM GMT
    It was cool back in the 80's when Hulkamania was in full effect. But come on.. why cut up a brand new shirt that turns into rag after wearing it once. If you wanna show off your body, then wear a tight tank top.

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    Jul 15, 2010 2:51 AM GMT
    I think it's hot. Especially when you wear them in the club and hot guys start groping all up in your shirt. Feels good! icon_wink.gif
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    Jul 15, 2010 3:23 AM GMT
    i like them. they're "breathable" and i like to wear them running (unless it's too hot then off they go). i wouldn't wear them at the gym though b/c i'd feel like i was working out half-naked. there is this one guy who wears them all the time at my gym. good thing for him is that he definitely has the body to pull it off. (and i don't cut mine to that extent icon_eek.gif )
  • B71115

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    Jul 15, 2010 3:27 AM GMT
    i love it. i do it occasionally. for one thing, you can see your muscles working in the mirror. its very hot on other guys, and i have a whole folder in "my pictures" of guys with cut up shirts lol. if i knew how to post some here i would icon_confused.gif
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    Jul 15, 2010 3:33 AM GMT
    chicagobuddy saidLately I've been seeing a lot more guys at the guy wearing cut off shirts when working out, and I admit they look pretty hot. I've never wore one and I don't know if I ever would.

    Would you/do you wear one?
    Do you like guys who wear them?
    Does wearing them say something about those guys?

    One more beautiful thing...

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    what's the point of that shirt?
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    Jul 15, 2010 3:35 AM GMT
    Caslon15000 said
    chicagobuddy saidLately I've been seeing a lot more guys at the guy wearing cut off shirts when working out, and I admit they look pretty hot. I've never wore one and I don't know if I ever would.

    Would you/do you wear one?
    Do you like guys who wear them?
    Does wearing them say something about those guys?

    One more beautiful thing...

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    what's the point of that shirt?


    I know! I guess some guys are just conscious about showing their abs???
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    Jul 15, 2010 3:40 AM GMT
    I live in a college town, and a lot of guys who go to my gym are that age and quite a few like to wear the muscle shirt ripped out almost all the way down the side under the arms. I think maybe it's a young guy thing. One hot, built guy wears that and a tight underarmour shirt under it...lets you see the shape without being as overt. I like that better.
    I'd never wear one, I think it's one trend I will leave to others.
    Ok..there's been more than one. I also wear my pants around my waist, not half-way down my ass.
    I must be getting more uncool every year!
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    Jul 15, 2010 3:43 AM GMT
    moscowmikey saidI live in a college town, and a lot of guys who go to my gym are that age and quite a few like to wear the muscle shirt ripped out almost all the way down the side under the arms. I think maybe it's a young guy thing. One hot, built guy wears that and a tight underarmour shirt under it...lets you see the shape without being as overt. I like that better.
    I'd never wear one, I think it's one trend I will leave to others.
    Ok..there's been more than one. I also wear my pants around my waist, not half-way down my ass.
    I must be getting more uncool every year!


    Haha, I think if you have the body like Tebow does, wear it... but guys that do wear it must like the attention they get from other guys.

    I have seen some fatties on the stairmaster with their pants below their ass, boxers exposed... not a pretty sight.
  • Bunjamon

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    Jul 15, 2010 4:30 AM GMT
    rnch saidIMO, this type of shirt screams "i am a narcisstic fool! LOOK AT ME!!" icon_lol.gif


    This.
  • zenny

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    Jul 15, 2010 4:35 AM GMT
    I think it's so hot when a guy wears a shirt like that, (when they have a bangin body). I wear those too at the gym but I wear a muscle shirt on the inside. More pics please?
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    Jul 15, 2010 4:36 AM GMT
    I don't see a problem with it however, it's tacky when guys cut their shirts really small and nipples are showing! haha... come on, really? You dont have to be a douche about it... but something sleeveless in the gym if you weight-lift is a lot easier to move in for sure. Scew what other people think, wear whats comfortable for you while trying to get in the best possible workout, that's what youre really there for right?
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    Jul 15, 2010 4:38 AM GMT
    512jock saidI don't see a problem with it however, it's tacky when guys cut their shirts really small and nipples are showing! haha... come on, really? You dont have to be a douche about it... but something sleeveless in the gym if you weight-lift is a lot easier to move in for sure. Scew what other people think, wear whats comfortable for you while trying to get in the best possible workout, that's what youre really there for right?



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    Jul 15, 2010 4:41 AM GMT
    dancerjack said
    512jock saidI don't see a problem with it however, it's tacky when guys cut their shirts really small and nipples are showing! haha... come on, really? You dont have to be a douche about it... but something sleeveless in the gym if you weight-lift is a lot easier to move in for sure. Scew what other people think, wear whats comfortable for you while trying to get in the best possible workout, that's what youre really there for right?



    please demonstrate the proper way with pictures of yourself as a model. icon_smile.gif


    lol... my main pic in the blue shirt is actually an example. haha... one of the sleeves had a bleach stain on it and i loved the shirt, its very comfortable... so i turned it into a workout shirt and cut the sleeves off. no need to over-due it... just simply recycling and making it functional for a good workout. ;-)
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    Jul 15, 2010 4:41 AM GMT
    i have to admit, i didnt read anything i just scrolled and looked at pics.
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  • EricLA

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    Jul 15, 2010 4:41 AM GMT
    MCH, I guess I'm a narcissistic fool. I have a couple. But I rotate my work out shirts, so it can be a few weeks between times I wear them. I hit my workouts pretty hard plus I sweat like a pig. That plus one of my gyms hardly runs it's A/C, it gives me some natural draft.

    However, there are guys I see who wear them who look effen hot. And those who don't. I hope I'm in the former category.
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    Jul 15, 2010 5:57 AM GMT
    I've just started doing this. I'm growing out of a lot of my old clothes, so it's a second life for a lot of my workout clothes. Plus I sweat a lot when I'm working out, and it helps to get some air through.
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    Jul 15, 2010 6:08 AM GMT
    1) No i don't wear one...nor would I

    2) I don't like the guys who wear them and act douchy. I like the guys who wear them and act nice/normal..in short, it has no bearing on likeability .

    3) When i see a guy wearing them i think "Hmm..this guy likes cut off shirts"
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    Jul 15, 2010 6:11 AM GMT
    We used to do that in the 80's so I automatically have issues with it just liked popped collars. That being said, the few guys who do it at my gym look freakishly hot doing it.icon_eek.gif
  • owen19832006

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    Jul 15, 2010 7:26 AM GMT
    thats veyr much in the 80's there is one guy at my gym who wears them (the owner) and hes a boxer mid 40s with a good bod so i'll cut him some slack, theres a fat guy who wears them because hes trapped in 1984! a big No No
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    Jul 15, 2010 9:59 AM GMT
    Sleeveless is fine, or tank/vest tops for the gym, but there's no need for this type of top. To be honest, it looks ridiculous.... Not a 'trend' that has reached the UK to my knowledge, hope it never does, regardless of the hotness of the wearer!
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    Jul 15, 2010 10:18 AM GMT
    Oh, it is still very much in among the young hot straight crowd.

    I love it! icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jul 15, 2010 10:58 AM GMT
    Its Sooooooooooooo 80'S .