During my military days, one of the things our uniforms were judged on was our "gig line". That is the line formed by the shirt, belt buckle, and the fly of one's pants. Maybe it's me, but I'm…Continue
"Yep, I'm active duty but I think that it's the little things like the gig line that seperate the men from the boys. To me it's the same as a dimple in the tie knot or making sure your shoes are laced in the same way. Some people might…"
"Yep, I do.
I'm still active duty, and have to dress up in civilian formal/business wear for work; also do it for the occasional non-work thing too. The gig line matters! I'll also spend a half hour tying & re-tying my tie to make sure…"
"Never heard of the term (it wasn't in the Preppy Handbook, lol) but it sounds like a good general guide; something to make sure of when waiting for that interview or entering the sign-in line at the benefit Gala."
"I work in a "dress down" office environment but still wear a tie everyday. (Hey. After 40 years of office work experience I cannot change. besides, it hard to keep a Work" attitude when you're dressed like your going to the…"
"First, congrats on your decision. It's not always an easy one, especially when you're trying to lose weight. On top of that, you're a relatively short guy (I'm 5'8" myself, so I know what I'm speaking…"
"And next, "the Citadel Hug" for keeping one's shirt front looking sharp...
I never heard a specific term for this, possibly because it's always been so obvious that the placket, belt buckle, and fly needed to line up, or you…"
"I have no military experience, but I am a tad bit obsessive-compulsive. Because of this, I need to ensure most things are in line. This includes the positioning of my watch on my wrist, my knife clipped in my pocket, the slip-joint in my back…"
""Even having a baby can't make you anything other than a sperm or egg donor (and I know of too many of those), anything else has to come from inside you."
Very true. While I credit my son's birth with my own…"
"I enlisted in the Navy at the age of 18, because I was a complete screw up. I was about to get kicked out of college for not showing up to class, and figured the military would help me grow up. Well, it didn't really.
"When I was younger I felt that way, but I think it was more for the challenge of the fight. Now unless I want the fight, I just try to politely say no thanks. If that isn't accepted, I will throw out an insult about using common sense or logic…"
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Thanks for the comment. Is this (essentially time management, busy-ness, stress etc) something which plays on your mind? If so I would greatly appreciate talking to you for my interview.
"I appreciate the comments Curtis. My focus is on the 24 hours of time that we have ticking away, and you're referring more to the nature of male relationships and speaking openly. I must admit that I love your perspective and will…"