1 definition by Sales King

Invented by John Puder; The inward roll is the action taking a long sleeved dress shirt and rolling it up inside making your shirt look like a cheap short sleeve t-shirt with a collar.
John was warm and did not want to appear to have a dress shirt on so he used the trusty inward roll to make his shirt look like a t-shirt!
by Sales King September 21, 2009

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