Study Finds Shirt Inside Out

Reyes’ breakthrough was reportedly furthered when he felt something scratching at his throat instead of the back of his neck.

Noting that the collar didn’t feel quite right, a study by area man Spencer Reyes confirmed that his shirt was on inside out.

The study, conducted over the course of several seconds, found multiple indications that Reyes’s shirt was being worn improperly.

“The shirt went on just like normal but as soon as I pulled my head though, I knew something was wrong,” Reyes told reporters, stating that the design usually on the front of the shirt could be felt against his chest. “The tell-all was that I could touch the tag when I reached behind my neck.”

Reyes added in a follow up study that his socks were two different colors.

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