Shorts v. Shirts

Ignoring legal requirements, which do you find more uncomfortable?
For me it is definitely shirts.
I feel much more confined by them than shorts.

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I honestly go back and forth depending on the weather. If it's hot I'll keep my shirt on around the house b/c I find myself still sweating sometimes. If it's cold I'll put on my shorts or just get a blanket.

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I honestly go back and forth depending on the weather. If it's hot I'll keep my shirt on around the house b/c I find myself still sweating sometimes. If it's cold I'll put on my shorts or just get a blanket.

I don't like wearing a sweaty shirt, I would rather just have the sweat on my bare torso.

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If I have a top on in warm weather it's a sleeveless tank top. If I'm wearing shorts they are thin and very short, 4"inseam would be my longest shorts.When I do feel the need to wear only one thing it's a tank or thin cotton t shirt. These newer wicking material shirts work well by drawing the dampness away from my skin when I'm working out.

I had a wicking shirt or two at one time and found that they seemed to me to trap and spread the sweat so I got rid of them. I know some people think otherwise.

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Donald ducking is never a good look. I just quoted my wife. It never entered my mind to entertain the thought after that.

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Donald ducking is never a good look. I just quoted my wife. It never entered my mind to entertain the thought after that.

I agree with you and your wife, but many men on this board do not.

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Donald ducking is never a good look. I just quoted my wife. It never entered my mind to entertain the thought after that.
I agree with you and your wife, but many men on this board do not.

I don't know enough about fashion trends to either agree nor disagree with the Donald Duck look. But I do know I'd rather be naked in warm weather. And if the temp drops to a certain level, I'll reach for a shirt or a towel to wrap my torso before I reach for pants. Even at the risk of being an uncool dude when it comes to comfort. lol! :-)

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Donald ducking is never a good look. I just quoted my wife. It never entered my mind to entertain the thought after that.I agree with you and your wife, but many men on this board do not.I don't know enough about fashion trends to either agree nor disagree with the Donald Duck look. But I do know I'd rather be naked in warm weather. And if the temp drops to a certain level, I'll reach for a shirt or a towel to wrap my torso before I reach for pants. Even at the risk of being an uncool dude when it comes to comfort. lol! :-)

I guess I am unusual because my cock. balls and rear get cold first, then my feet, and my chest and shoulders later, so even for temperature comfort for me, the shirt goes on last (except exchanging the shorts for long pants.

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For me when I get cold it is a shirt on first. Seems like I can't keep my core warm that long anymore even with the few extra pounds I put on. When I was younger I was like a boiler , hot all the time on my upper body and my lower half would get cold first. Guess I'm just getting old LOL

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Shirt first. As long as the core is warm. all is good. Even when I go out in the winter, its normally a jacket and shorts, but I do have to go from boxers to briefs. One good draft up the legs and things get a little uncomfortable.

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Shirt first. As long as the core is warm. all is good. Even when I go out in the winter, its normally a jacket and shorts, but I do have to go from boxers to briefs. One good draft up the legs and things get a little uncomfortable.

I never wear underwear, so when it gets colder I wear long pants, at least outdoors.

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