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Does anyone still wear short sleeve shirts in the winter? I always find it easier to manage unless I am wearing a dress shirt.
 

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I wear short sleeves when it's warm enough. Sometimes that means I wear them in January. If I'm wearing something over the top of a shirt that has long sleeve, I want it to have short sleeves. I hate having two layers that both have long sleeves.
 

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Does anyone still wear short sleeve shirts in the winter? I always find it easier to manage unless I am wearing a dress shirt.
I never wear long sleeves unless I'm freezing in short sleeves :) I like as little clothes on me as possible.
 

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I think I'm part lizard...I'm always cold. Okay almost always so I love wearing long-sleeved shirts and if not that then a light jacket.
 

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Does anyone still wear short sleeve shirts in the winter? I always find it easier to manage unless I am wearing a dress shirt.


When I was a boy, the ONLY time I wore long pants is when I went to church (because my parents REQUIRED it). That's also the only time I wore "dress" shoes and a tie. Otherwise, it was shorts. Over 300 days a year. Even if it was cool and raining. And I only wore a shirt if I had to (and it was likely a t-shirt); there were entire days when I never put on a shirt, not once during the day.

In my science days, the company I worked for couldn't have cared less what we wore to work. So it was typically shorts but I wore a pullover but nicer shirt (no t-shirts) and once married, my wife required that while informal, I looked good.

Now I have SUITS and at times must wear that. But working in California, I usually get away with nice (long) paints, a long-sleeve dress shirt and tie (but dress shoes not needed). I have a couple of sport coats I can wear with that, if needed. I avoid the suit when I can.
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But this is California where things are quite informal. And a cold winter day might be 60 degrees F.




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A couple of weeks back I was at church to prerecord our service and the guy preaching looked horrified at me - I was wearing shorts and a T-shirt even though we had snow flurries all day. It was a bit chilly outside but not cold enough to warrant changing into long pants and long sleeves for the sake of the short walk from the car to the church.
 

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I always wear short sleeves regardless of the season. Of course, I usually wear polo shirts to Church as well, so maybe fashion really isn't my thing.. :LOL:
 

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I think I'm part lizard...I'm always cold. Okay almost always so I love wearing long-sleeved shirts and if not that then a light jacket.
I'm the same way. I hate winter because I am always cold. Although this last winter wasn't that bad.
 

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I rarely ever wear long sleeve t-shirts as they drive me crazy for some reason. I feel much more comfortable in a short-sleeve t-shirt regardless of the weather... If I am cold I will just put on a hoodie which tends to be a zip-one so that I can adjust when an inside room is significantly warmer than the outside temperature.

I do however like to wear long-sleeve t-shirts on some occasions though as they are very fashionable and have nice designs.
 

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I'm the same way. I hate winter because I am always cold. Although this last winter wasn't that bad.

How is your Vitamin D level? I have found that I do much better when I up my Vitamin D. I need to get tested though once things get back to normal and see where I'm actually at to know if I need to take more than I'm taking now. Plus I try to go out in the sun every day if it's out to up it some more. It helps to have the Vitamin D higher for me because I have Raynauld's Syndrome.
 

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How is your Vitamin D level? I have found that I do much better when I up my Vitamin D. I need to get tested though once things get back to normal and see where I'm actually at to know if I need to take more than I'm taking now. Plus I try to go out in the sun every day if it's out to up it some more. It helps to have the Vitamin D higher for me because I have Raynauld's Syndrome.
I'm not sure. I know I have had my thyroid tested and it was fine.
 
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