Some bartenders wear them to hold their bottle opener so that they can retrieve it quickly.
Bartenders wear armbands to hold their sleeves up so they do not get them in the drinks they are serving.
If it's on the forearm, it's probably to keep the hot plates from burning their skin. Long sleeved shirts offer little protection.
It might be so they can't pull a card out of their sleeves.
Black arm bands are usually worn on the left arm as a mark of respect for, or in mourning of a death.
Coloured arm bands denote the captain. Captains wear usually a yellow arm band.
SeeWhat_does_it_mean_to_have_an_armband_tattoo_on_your_right_armfor the answer.
People wear arm bands at funerals to show respect for a particular cause. This can be one that the deceased fell victim to or one they strongly supported.
- Dashikis - Wraps - Head ties Jewelry included : Leg Bands. Arm Bands Huge Earrings
i imagine it was out of respect for Keith Alexander, the Macclesfield Town manager, who passed away today.
"You would wear it on your right arm." Is not correct. A black armband should be worn on your left arm. The reason for this is that the armband represents the deceased and by wearing the armband you are wanting to keep the deceased close to your heart. Your left arm is the one closer to your heart.
Upper left arm. This puts it as close to your heart as possible.
the black x's have to do with being straight edge.
No. Only men can wear a goatee, it is a style of beard - you grow it on your chin.
you will wear a cast or a brace