I saw that post about how girls and boys take their shirts off differently and I don't do it either of those ways. I've got a few theories, as a cross-over shirt taker-offer myself. Since their shirts are longer, if they try the cross-over method, it would get stuck on their head when they extend their hands all the way up above their head. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Girls, on the other hand, tend to cross their hands over their waist, grab the shirt from the bottom, and pull their top off from the bottom, like so:. Boys tend to take them off like this —by putting their hands over their head, grabbing it from the back of their necks, and yanking it off over their heads. Maybe pulling the shirt over your head from the bottom means it'll tug less on your hair.
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That kicked off the longest scientific experiment known to Tumblr and man. There are even some people who don't take off their shirts either of these ways. Have you ever noticed that boys tend to take off their shirts differently than girls? Maybe lifting their hands over their head requires less stretching of their inflexible limbs? I saw that post about how girls and boys take their shirts off differently and I don't do it either of those ways.