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>> No. 63421 Are Moaty
3rd June 2019
Monday 10:16 am
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>> No. 63423 Moralfag
3rd June 2019
Monday 10:22 am
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WELL WHERE WOULD ITS SHIRT COLLAR BE?
>> No. 63425 R4GE
3rd June 2019
Monday 11:39 am
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Left. If he loosened his tie it would slide down anyway.
>> No. 63426 Crabkiller
3rd June 2019
Monday 11:56 am
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Left. You wear your tie at the bottom of your neck, not the top of your chin.
>> No. 63427 Ambulancelad
3rd June 2019
Monday 1:20 pm
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I'm afraid the only reference material I could find of dinosaurs wearing ties was a triceratops. But as we can see in is worn down by the shoulders
>> No. 63428 Ambulancelad
3rd June 2019
Monday 1:26 pm
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>>63427

I was however able to find an instance of a Brontosaurus wearing Pearl's and a scarf in the other manner which would heavily imply a brachiosaurus would wear a tie like that.
>> No. 63429 Anonymous
3rd June 2019
Monday 7:40 pm
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>>63426
This is the correct answer. Also, the tie knot in the OP is a bit small - Windsor knot ftw.
>> No. 63435 Ambulancelad
4th June 2019
Tuesday 8:17 am
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>>63426
Hence the word necktie.

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