In the menswear world this workhorse just goes by OCBD (not to be confused with OBGYN.) The OCBD originated in England with polo players using buttons to keep the collars of their shirts from flapping in the wind during the game. While the OCBD hasn’t changed much over the last century, today it comes in many different colors, fits, and variations. Long collar stance or short, solid, striped or patterned. Save the iron for your cutaway collars and French cuffs.
When the fashion made the jump across the pond Brooks Brothers became the dominate authority—and still are today—on the OCBD. The best OCBD’s have a generous collar roll, meaning the collar doesn’t lay flat like your standard dress shirt collar. Worn with a tie or without the collar buttoned is the stand out of every dress shirt and it’s no different with the OCBD. The OCBD has been produced by every luxury, high street, designer label and by your local Wal-Mart, JCPenney, and Macy’s.
If you asked me, I could tell you, that honestly I also like Asian girls more than others.
I like mostly oriental, Japanese, Indonesian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Philippine or Thai.
Crush Time is purposefully game-like, which makes it interesting.
It shows you four profiles, and you have to guess which one already liked you.
Another unique twist to Crush Time is the fact that you can’t just endlessly play the game.