- Polo neck.
- Polar neck.
Keeps your neck warm, isnt it
Polo neck because it’s got a hole in the middle for where your head goes
Only while on stage.
Yes I have fond memories of seeing pictures of Scott and Amundsen in history textbooks. Swanning round the (Ant)arctic looking like @xylo
Don’t think I’ve ever heard polar neck
Polo Necker Island.
Polar Neck Express.
Keep them in a drawer, no stretch (except for that caused by my large head)
Sorted this out in the evening thread, guys:
Looked it up in the big dictionary as it was annoying me; it does come from the style of jersey worn by polo players (presumably they would wear polo shirts in warmer weather).
Polo is a sport that really doesn’t need to exist
Not really a sport, more a hobby for rich people. The latter part of your comment is spot on.
there’s no such thing as a polar neck, theo’s just an idiot
I thought that this was a joke poll thread and that no one could seriously be calling them polar necks, but then I saw the other thread…
In fairness, it’s not a totally ludicrous assumption if you’ve never seen it written down. Kind of makes sense to think it might be called that due to keeping your neck warm in cold conditions I think.
Very much agreed, but I did once go to a very good silent disco at a polo match. Maybe just do more silent discos in fields?