Of course I know what a neck pin is because I wore one many times over the course of my 7th and 8th grade middle school years.
Why? Because it was the late 80s, that’s why. We all looked like big fat dorks with school picture laser backdrops in the late 80s.
You people. How did you grow up in the late 80s and 90s and not know what a neck pin is? Do you know Z. Cavarrici? Hard Rock Cafe t-shirts? Guess jeans? If you do, you should know the fashion statement behind a neck pin.
Or maybe I was just that much of a dork.
My neck pin was much like this one, only with just one non-working clock and more gold/brass chains. Because of course.
Yeah, well, me and my knock-off boys Z. Cavarrici pants are going over with all the other dorks and play our band instruments.
What’s more interesting than any of this nonsense is that in my Google image search for a clock pin to prove to you just how fabulous I must have looked all snazzed up with my clock-that-doesn’t-actually-work neck pin, I thought a better search term would be “clock broach” only to discover that it’s not “broach” but rather “brooch” but pronounced BROch. What the crap, English language?