T-shirts developed from workers cutting jumpsuits in half to stay cool, they were originally marketed as "bachelor undershirts", and F Scott Fitzgerald was the first person to use t-shirt in writing. bbc.com/culture/story/201…
In 1904 a Wisconsin based company advertised their new invention, the "bachelors undershirt". No need for a wife, sister or mother to mend this button free shirt as it was stretchy enough to simply pull over your head. i.stuff.co.nz/life-style/…
Even though t-shirts were created around 1904, they were never considered to be outer wear until WWII when soldiers were seen in pictures wearing their undershirts w/ combat pants, leading to the Greaser style in the 50s and later having images printed on them artofmanliness.com/2013/0…
In the 2010 World Cup Final, when Spanish Footballer AndrΓ©s Iniesta scored against Holland, he removed his jersey and revealed an undershirt with the words "Dani Jarque siempre con nosotros" (Dani Jarque is always with us) - a tribute to the player who died in August 2009 due to heart attack. telegraph.co.uk/sport/foo…
The name "Tank Top" (for the style of undershirt and sweater vest) comes from it's resemblance to a Tank Suit which was a women's one piece swimwear in the 1920s. (Here tank means pool of water) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tan…
The collars on mens dress shirts used to be detachable. Why? "Detachable collars saved on laundering since they were the part that needed frequent cleaning and replacement." vintagedancer.com/1920s/1…
Bugs Bunny's nonchalant carrot-chewing standing position, originated in a scene in the film It Happened One Night, in which Clark Gable's character leans against a fence, eating carrots rapidly and talking with his mouth full. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cla…
Bugs Bunny's nonchalant carrot-chewing standing position came from the film It Happened One Night in which Clark Gable is leaning against a fence, eating carrots rapidly, and talking with his mouth full. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cla…

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