questionswho taught you how to tie a tie?

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It was a combined effort of my 2 older brothers, my dad and my grandfather. I think my brothers taught me a single windsor, and my dad and granddad taught me the more proper double.

It's funny you ask this question though. I was just talking to my son about neckties earlier today

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The United States Marine Corps, thank you very much

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My Platoon Sgt in the Army.

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Friend did, after my father passed away. It was the four-in-hand, of course, which I used for 7 years.

I then started experimenting on my own with new knots: the windsor, the half-windsor and finally settled on the pratt--which is like a simpler version of the-half windsor that produces a non-constricting, symmetrical knot.

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My ex-husband. About the only useful thing I got out of him. And not that useful for a woman.

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brooks bros. They also gave me a cheat sheet with stepxstep instructions for a variety of tie knots