questionsdo you rip or cut store tags off of shirts?

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I usually cut them off to avoid doing what you did.

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Cut, so you don't damage the merchandise.

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Have to be honest, never even thought about doing this. All my shirts have their tags, and the tags don't bother me...

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@tarasadies: I think the question is more about price/extra tags vs the size/washing instruction tags that are sewn into the neck/pants. I couldn't imagine walking around with the store tags still on my clothes.

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@lichme: I've known girls who wear a dress with the store tag still on it so they can return it later.

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Hang tags ... it's been a while since I bought any that came with any, what with a huge portion of my shirts originating from Woot, Goodjoe, and the like.

The sewn in care tags ... those rarely bother me.

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I clip off the store tags and about half the sewn in tags as they tend to drive me nuts. The ones sewn in the side of the shirt so as to be more convenient and not stick out the neck hole are more likely to bother me and they all get cut off. I would rather not cut them off as I donate my clothes and it's hard for them to use them with the size and care tags cut off, but I won;t spend all day wriggling and scratching because the tag is poking me.

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You're always supposed to cut the tags off..however when I don't feel like looking for the scissors I pull it apart (don't pull against the fabric) and end up with sore fingers...

oh, I have bit them in the past, but since getting a crown on my tooth, I no longer dare do that for fear of pulling it out.

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I used to rip them clean off without issue, but lately I've found shirts to have these printed labels on the fabric of the shirt without those uncomfortable, scratchy, stupid tags.

In fact, I got some plain shirts off woot (wearing one right now) that have the label info printed on the shirt.

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I don't mind them and do not rip them off but I got a little guy who can't stand them. He's always coming to me asking me to rip them off for him.

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@jertyrael: The tag-less clothes are much nicer! Tags don't usually bother me but when they do, they really annoy me!

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@narfcake: Thanks for mentioning Goodjoe. I haven't been shopping for t-shirts lately so hadn't run across their site. I couldn't find anything about what brand shirts they use. How do they compare to Woot's old AA shirts (not real happy about the Anvil shirt I bought recently).

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I don't cut the tags out of shirts and hate it when other people do. I thrift a lot of my clothes. Since a lot of you do cut the tags out of your clothes, I can imagine that some of you wouldn't be surprised that clothes minus tags end up getting donated to thrift stores. It's so fun to try to buy clothes whose size isn't marked on the garment.

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I rip and regret.
I always think I'm skilled enough to rip this out with out damaging my shirt I don't need to go find the scissors. I also rip and regret all my Skittle packages M&Ms seems to be much easier to open successfully.

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@klynb: We do it just for you since we know how much fun you have finding the correct size of cloths without tags.

Now you owe me $10 for the joy I have caused you.