Lots of men think a visible T-shirt looks cool. They're wrong. (Mark Wilson/Globe Staff)
Gentlemen, don't let this happen to you!
Lots of men think a visible t-shirt looks cool. They're wrong.
By Wesley Morris Globe Staff / April 10, 2008
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The most famous story about an undershirt involves a man who wasn't wearing one. The man was Clark Gable. The year was 1934. The occasion was bedtime. Standing before Claudette Colbert, Gable unbuttoned his dress shirt in the film "It Happened One Night," and the country collectively gasped at his bare chest. According to lore, T-shirt sales tanked. And lots ... (Full article: 836 words)
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