Obviously, bros love wearing sandals above all else, but when wearing shoes, bros refuse to have ANY part of their sock showing. Go ahead, examine any bros collection of socks and you will see the following:
- Socks cut completely below ankle: This is by far the most heavily populated style in a bro’s collection. One of the great things about these socks is that they are interchangeable with any sock in the collection since no one can ever see what type of sock you are wearing. This works great for bros because when doing laundry they NEVER pair their socks. Normally they just throw all their socks into a drawer and pick out two that look similar when the time comes.
- Ankle-hugging socks – these are socks that are barely visible when worn with sneakers. These are worn only when ALL other socks are in the laundry. These were only bought by mistake because the bro thought they would not be visible when wearing shoes. The first time bros wear these socks is normally met with cursing as they immediately realize that the socks are useless.
- Shin Socks – these are socks your Father would most likely wear and they only exist in a bro’s dresser because they were once bought by their Mother. They are never ever worn unless you have no other options, but if you absolutely must wear them, they MUST be folded down over your foot to give the illusion that they are in fact ankle socks.
Honestly, this might be the most important post written here for prospective bros. Showing ANY sock above the ankle will immediately let others identify that you are not a bro, and instead a tool, and even worse, a bro-hater.