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May 29, 2014


Teachers upset with new dress code requiring underwear

(Thanks to Jay Brandes)


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Van Halen gives a thumbs up.


For some reason, I pictured Ms. Fanny in spandex.
Ms. Fanny had to slide up the stairs and go through doorways sideways.
Now I need some BrainWash.

Are they lawyers preparing briefs?

None of the teachers in Florida wear underwear

Commando is God's way.

nursecindy told me.

as princess kate would say, "butt out"!

Actually Jeff what I said was that I told my daughter, who teaches 2nd grade, that if she didn't wear undies to school I was going to help her meet God up close and in person. Fortunately she has enough sense to know the proper way to dress.

there is nothing like a fifty yr old fat male teacher in a bra to show kids the way....

So, simply put, you have to wear underwear but you have to do it in a way that we can't tell you're wearing it.

I'm always surprised when these things have to be spelled out. It's like when my office had to published a memo saying it was NOT OK to view porn at work.

I had a 7th grade teacher who loved outfits with low necklines, but also had an aversion to underwear. I don't remember what subject she taught, but we all had perfect attendance!

And we kept dropping things...

That's not the part of the new rules that the teachers are complaining about.

Women can't have hair longer than their shoulders, men can't have any facial hair.

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