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Kneck Tie

Because you still can't tie the knot.
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I am no fashion guru or anything of the sort but I am starting to get tired of the Windsor, Half Windsor, Four in Hand and the Pratt.

Some of us still can't tie a knot for shit and some of us just don't like to don knots.

For you...The Kneck Tie.

The slick new look in business apparel, no bulky knot no wasted time infront of the mirror, a simple twist or two of the Twist Kneck Tie and you are on the run.

And you say, "So it is a giant fashionable twist tie". And I simply say...yes.

Chefboyrbored, Nov 09 2006

Kneck as in Kneck http://dictionary.r...ce.com/browse/Kneck
Superior Puns [Chefboyrbored, Nov 10 2006]


       Genius! Much better than my idea of clip-on boxers.
wylie_coyote, Nov 09 2006

       Or wear a bolo. But what phlish said.
DrCurry, Nov 09 2006

       //I can't visualize this one// Think of a twist tie used for bread, now go large scale and cover it in attractive fabric (in the shape of a kneck tie). That help?
Chefboyrbored, Nov 09 2006


       P.S. Did you mean to spll neck kneck?
DrCurry, Nov 09 2006

       [admin: fixed spelling. If it was meant as a pun, rename it knack. I mean, back.]
jutta, Nov 09 2006

       I kind of liked the "Kneck" spelling. And I can also visualize the possibility of draping more than one kno-knot Knecktie around my neck at a time and braiding the wiry ends (in lieu of the standard knot) for a knew fashion look. In any case, Kneckties would certainly make the Dilbert *J-tie* easier for the Everyman to emulate, which seems fitting in these environs.
jurist, Nov 10 2006

       Jutta, I fixed it back to how it SHOULD read. The k was added for a reason. See link.
Chefboyrbored, Nov 10 2006

       belated bun. it works for shoelaces quite well.
po, Nov 10 2006

       rcarty - once again I fail to be superior. Touche! Edit I shall!
Chefboyrbored, Nov 10 2006

       so,in the old days, there used to be a *K* in tie?...nevermind...+
xandram, Nov 10 2006

       Could you tie it in fabulous new configurations? Like wired ribbon?
sibyll, Nov 11 2006


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