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Ties are one of the weirdest accesories man have ever invented, it does not protect you against weather, does not make you look better and it definitely does not make you smarter rich or important. It just make you look like someone that's following a rule, like a soldier, the people that wear ties are using them as a part of a uniform needed to navigate on their environmnent (think lawyers and politicians), that uniform is a suit.

Some people like lawyers wear them because is the standard uniform for the "serious" "give confidence" people on this society. Unfortunately it is used by stupid people to make them look smart in front of other stupid people.

I think ties are a stupidiest accesorie ever and should be discarded from the wardrobes of the ones that need a "serious" uniform. Really, you can look "elegant" or "serious" without a damed tie.

In the other hand if you need a tie in order to feel important or smart you should rethink your ego parameters.

ignorance, the plague is everywhere

In reply to Re: You've just spilled something on your tie at lunch... Do you: by imcsk8
in thread You've just spilled something on your tie at lunch... Do you: by gregor42

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