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2013-09-07 03:22:19 AM
"if an employee refuses to go home and change they can be considered insubordinate and risk losing their job based on an opinion."

Nope, you're not wearing enough, go home and change.
Now you're wearing even less. Try again.
Even less? That will not do, go home and change.
What.. oh, there it is. Seems like you need to change again.
 
2013-09-07 07:25:11 AM
My younger brother's going out with Dibble this weekend, but I'm not having my hair cut today. So, do I remove the underwear, or...
 
2013-09-07 08:53:00 AM
A teacher wearing no panties with a short skirt is distracting. Boys will be staring all day just hoping it rides up a little too high.

But if the dress is tight yet long, that underwear line is going to keep the boys distracted all day long.

Solution: Home room is divided into individual cubicles complete with lotion, tissues and a small dog shiat bag. Just get it out of the way so they can get back to learning.
 
2013-09-07 09:17:46 AM

jaylectricity: A teacher wearing no panties with a short skirt is distracting. Boys will be staring all day just hoping it rides up a little too high.

But if the dress is tight yet long, that underwear line is going to keep the boys distracted all day long.


It is an interesting conundrum, one that I don't think has ever really been explored through science. Are panty lines more distracting through their *absence* because of the suggested implications of the woman wearing a sexy thong or nothing at all, or are they more distracting when you *can* see them, because, well, you can see her panties? Fascinating. Maybe I'll try to get some Federal grant money to pursue this further.
 
2013-09-07 09:35:51 AM
Meanwhile teenage boys will masturbate to the image of chalk placed provocatively against the eraser, a particularly sumptuous mound of lunchroom tater tots, and the memory of that time a cheerleader accidentally slammed his hand in her locker door.
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-09-07 10:14:57 AM
Organized labor vocally opposes the new universal underwear requirement

This is my favorite sentence of the day so far, but I've only been up for two hours.
 
2013-09-07 10:26:44 AM

jaylectricity: A teacher wearing no panties with a short skirt is distracting. Boys will be staring all day just hoping it rides up a little too high.

But if the dress is tight yet long, that underwear line is going to keep the boys distracted all day long.

Solution: Home room is divided into individual cubicles complete with lotion, tissues and a small dog shiat bag. Just get it out of the way so they can get back to learning.


That would be true with or without the panties. In fact, why would you wear a short skirt without any panties on?
 
2013-09-07 10:28:27 AM

ZAZ: Organized labor vocally opposes the new universal underwear requirement

This is my favorite sentence of the day so far, but I've only been up for two hours.


The unions are just trying to protect their members' hard-earned right to academic freeballing.
 
2013-09-07 10:29:05 AM
So would they perhaps be hiring for the position of underwear compliance officer?
 
2013-09-07 10:29:47 AM
The no flip flops thing I agree with. you're at your job, not at Margaritaville. Just wear casual shoes or flats. Just dress sensibly at work. I can't believe grownups have to be told that and the union is making a big deal of this.
 
2013-09-07 10:32:24 AM
how to prevent animals from being animals...
 
2013-09-07 10:33:13 AM
Well i'm glad the used the word 'verboten' in this story. Next it'll be "Ihre Papier Bitte".
 
2013-09-07 10:33:34 AM
With helpful pic of what your teachers underwear does not look like.

l.yimg.com
 
2013-09-07 10:34:15 AM

js34603: So would they perhaps be hiring for the position of underwear compliance officer?


Too late, I already got the job.  Don't tell my boss that I won't be checking men, anyone over the age of 35, or weighing more than 140 lbs.
 
2013-09-07 10:36:06 AM
But then how are female teachers going to take umbrage at upskirt shot attempts?

f0.bcbits.com
 
2013-09-07 10:37:36 AM
I see Paris, I see France ...
 
2013-09-07 10:39:17 AM
I rarely noticed what my teachers were wearing. Seems like it was usually a holiday-themed sweater vest, though.
 
2013-09-07 10:39:36 AM
and somehow we wonder at the state of society

it would be nice if teachers unions and teachers focused more on education and what is best for the student than if they can wear shorts, faded jeans, or go cowboy.
 
2013-09-07 10:41:31 AM

skinink: The no flip flops thing I agree with. you're at your job, not at Margaritaville. Just wear casual shoes or flats. Just dress sensibly at work. I can't believe grownups have to be told that and the union is making a big deal of this.


It's amazing the amount of people who don't understand the difference between what you wear on the weekend with your friends and what you wear to work even in a casual work environment. I interviewed for an IT job at a college at the start of the year, and wore a shirt and tie and dress pants (totally different from my baggy pants and t-shirt home routine) the woman told me I was the only person she interviewed who dressed up and most people came in jeans and one had on flip-flops.
 
2013-09-07 10:43:45 AM
No win situation for the teachers - yes they should look professional but who's opinion of professional?  Suit and tie?  Sure, but you better be paying like its a suit and tie position.  So you "pitch a fit" over the code, argue to try to get it changed or accept it and then whatever premise they used to institute the dress code becomes the automatic "go to" phrase for anything the administration wants to demand at a later date.  No matter which path you take you're screwed - you can be uncomfortable and screwed or look like a petty douche bag and be screwed.
 
2013-09-07 10:44:49 AM
Hot teachers in their underwear thread?
 
2013-09-07 10:45:09 AM
It won't make a difference.

My favorite teacher wore jeans. She was one hot piece of ass. I know from experience.
 
2013-09-07 10:45:22 AM

Lochsteppe: ZAZ: Organized labor vocally opposes the new universal underwear requirement

This is my favorite sentence of the day so far, but I've only been up for two hours.

The unions are just trying to protect their members' hard-earned right to academic freeballing.


"Hard-earned", eh? Smartass.
 
ecl
2013-09-07 10:46:36 AM

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Meanwhile teenage boys will masturbate to the image of chalk placed provocatively against the eraser, a particularly sumptuous mound of lunchroom tater tots, and the memory of that time a cheerleader accidentally slammed his hand in her locker door.


i2.kym-cdn.com

You're getting me all worked up.
 
2013-09-07 10:46:41 AM
assets.sbnation.com

/remembers when the teacher was a much older woman: kindly, discreet, unattractive.
 
2013-09-07 10:46:48 AM
Not clear on why this is an issue...I may be getting close to "Get off my lawn" age, but shouldn't professionals (in this case professional teachers) know how to dress professionally?  Perhaps the teacher's union should hold a seminar for its members for how to dress in the classroom instead of writing strongly worded letters...
 
2013-09-07 10:47:03 AM
With the teachers I had growing up, this is a very, very, very good thing
 
2013-09-07 10:48:23 AM
How hard is it to dress professionally? How can it be that a teacher would need to be told that he or she should not have underwear hanging out or skin showing between their shirt and pants?
 
2013-09-07 10:49:09 AM

Smackledorfer: It won't make a difference.

My favorite teacher wore jeans. She was one hot piece of ass. I know from experience.


Two questions.  1) Are you mentally scarred for life? and 2) Will you be showing up in a Fark headline anytime soon?
 
2013-09-07 10:49:41 AM

OhioUGrad: skinink: The no flip flops thing I agree with. you're at your job, not at Margaritaville. Just wear casual shoes or flats. Just dress sensibly at work. I can't believe grownups have to be told that and the union is making a big deal of this.

It's amazing the amount of people who don't understand the difference between what you wear on the weekend with your friends and what you wear to work even in a casual work environment. I interviewed for an IT job at a college at the start of the year, and wore a shirt and tie and dress pants (totally different from my baggy pants and t-shirt home routine) the woman told me I was the only person she interviewed who dressed up and most people came in jeans and one had on flip-flops.


seeking employment 20-25-30 years ago multiple times i had potential employers thank me for wearing a suit and a tie to fill out an application or interview. was more than a little surprised each time. i wouldn't hire someone who isn't attired for the position they seek.
 
2013-09-07 10:52:42 AM

TheMaskedArmadillo: Smackledorfer: It won't make a difference.

My favorite teacher wore jeans. She was one hot piece of ass. I know from experience.

Two questions.  1) Are you mentally scarred for life? and 2) Will you be showing up in a Fark headline anytime soon?


1. Yes but for unrelated events.
2. Doubtful.
 
2013-09-07 10:52:53 AM

TheMaskedArmadillo: Not clear on why this is an issue...I may be getting close to "Get off my lawn" age, but shouldn't professionals (in this case professional teachers) know how to dress professionally?  Perhaps the teacher's union should hold a seminar for its members for how to dress in the classroom instead of writing strongly worded letters...


I don't really understand this either. Anyone who's a teacher has a college degree, right? So they must at some point have been exposed to the idea of what professional dress means.

And while a coat and tie might be too much to ask, you'd think most teachers would want to dress more professionally, if only to accentuate their authority.
 
2013-09-07 10:53:24 AM
www.chasecanopy.com

Actually what teacher wears heels like that? Kinky teachers?

l.yimg.com
 
2013-09-07 10:53:39 AM
Really folks, *this* is the fight you pick with administration? Ugh. An acceptable professional dress code should have been quietly worked out via more clarification and *possibly* used as a minor wedge during wage negotiations.

But nooooooooo, you have to pick a fight and make educators look like non-undie wearing freaks in the classroom.

/ I mean go ahead and be a non-undie wearing freak outside the classroom, fly that flag proud.
// Or get a medical waver if you need to. "It's uncomfortable" just isn't a quality negotiating position.
/// Then again I teach college history, so I'm already a academic fuddy-duddy.
 
2013-09-07 10:55:55 AM
Hampton NH a "seaside hamlet"? Did they just look to see where it was on a a map?
 
2013-09-07 10:56:00 AM

LoneWolf343: In fact, why would you wear a short skirt without any panties on?


To keep the flies off of your lunch?
 
2013-09-07 10:56:04 AM
If there's a dress code for the students (enforced by the teachers), you bet that there should be a code for the teachers.
 
2013-09-07 10:59:00 AM
These teachers would never make it in the facility where I teach. Not only do I have to wear underwear, I also have to go through a metal detector and do a series of calisthenics to make sure none of my clothing shifts, clings, rides, gaps, or otherwise provides a glimpse of skin from knee to collarbone. Doesn't stop my students from trying to see though, and they aren't even teenagers.
 
2013-09-07 11:00:02 AM

LoneWolf343: jaylectricity: A teacher wearing no panties with a short skirt is distracting. Boys will be staring all day just hoping it rides up a little too high.

But if the dress is tight yet long, that underwear line is going to keep the boys distracted all day long.

Solution: Home room is divided into individual cubicles complete with lotion, tissues and a small dog shiat bag. Just get it out of the way so they can get back to learning.

That would be true with or without the panties. In fact, why would you wear a short skirt without any panties on?


Because breeze.
 
2013-09-07 11:08:03 AM

BitwiseShift: [www.chasecanopy.com image 400x400]

Actually what teacher wears heels like that? Kinky teachers?

[l.yimg.com image 400x185]


The Metal Shop teacher.

\m/
 
2013-09-07 11:11:36 AM
Phase two?
 
2013-09-07 11:12:49 AM

KrispyKritter: OhioUGrad: skinink: The no flip flops thing I agree with. you're at your job, not at Margaritaville. Just wear casual shoes or flats. Just dress sensibly at work. I can't believe grownups have to be told that and the union is making a big deal of this.

It's amazing the amount of people who don't understand the difference between what you wear on the weekend with your friends and what you wear to work even in a casual work environment. I interviewed for an IT job at a college at the start of the year, and wore a shirt and tie and dress pants (totally different from my baggy pants and t-shirt home routine) the woman told me I was the only person she interviewed who dressed up and most people came in jeans and one had on flip-flops.

seeking employment 20-25-30 years ago multiple times i had potential employers thank me for wearing a suit and a tie to fill out an application or interview. was more than a little surprised each time. i wouldn't hire someone who isn't attired for the position they seek.


I think part of that nowadays might attribute to some of the younger generations not getting hired. They don't treat the job/environment as professional and assume with a diploma comes a job and don't take interviews serious. If I am researching a place I'll even dress up because you don't know who you'll run into.
 
2013-09-07 11:13:47 AM
From thr article:
"During the past few weeks, there were a few members who felt that [the union president] should be very vocal on this issue and taken a firm public stand"

I'm about as pro-union as you'll find on Fark, but c'mon. Dress like a grown-up. This policy didn't come up because your membership was dressing appropriately all along. If they need to be told not to wear beer t-shirts and cut-off jean shorts to work I'm glad this policy has been put in place. I'd go a lot further than this policy if I were their boss.
 
2013-09-07 11:18:48 AM

johnny_vegas: and somehow we wonder at the state of society

it would be nice if teachers unions and teachers focused more on education and what is best for the student than if they can wear shorts, faded jeans, or go cowboy.


Yeah, does that work ethic carry over to the school board? Surely they have more to do than play panty inspector.
 
2013-09-07 11:19:22 AM

TheMaskedArmadillo: Not clear on why this is an issue...I may be getting close to "Get off my lawn" age, but shouldn't professionals (in this case professional teachers) know how to dress professionally?  Perhaps the teacher's union should hold a seminar for its members for how to dress in the classroom instead of writing strongly worded letters...


Maybe all professions need that seminar these days. A friend of mine had to issue a memo to an office full of counselors (people with Masters and PhD degrees in psychology and counseling) that dressing like a professional authority figure rather than a beach bum served an important purpose beyond just "looking nice." It helped reduce the chances of getting assaulted by the clients (many of whom had PTSD).

When the counselors began dressing too casually, the clientele started to get the impression that the casually-dressed counselors were just lowly customer service agents whose job it was to give the client whatever he/she wanted, regardless of whether or not that client qualified for a particular benefit. Several clients got so rude and threatening that security was called to escort them out of the building and off the premises.
 
2013-09-07 11:21:11 AM

Pocket Ninja: jaylectricity: A teacher wearing no panties with a short skirt is distracting. Boys will be staring all day just hoping it rides up a little too high.

But if the dress is tight yet long, that underwear line is going to keep the boys distracted all day long.

It is an interesting conundrum, one that I don't think has ever really been explored through science. Are panty lines more distracting through their *absence* because of the suggested implications of the woman wearing a sexy thong or nothing at all, or are they more distracting when you *can* see them, because, well, you can see her panties? Fascinating. Maybe I'll try to get some Federal grant money to pursue this further.


Doesn't matter... between puberty and manopause, men will be distracted by a (reasonably attractive woman tight clothes, or loose clothes, or no clothes, or too many clothes). If the outlines of a figure can be divined through observation then the brain takes over to become distracted.
 
2013-09-07 11:21:19 AM
At least they are getting rid of those tacky flip flops.
 
2013-09-07 11:22:35 AM

poison_amy: These teachers would never make it in the facility where I teach. Not only do I have to wear underwear, I also have to go through a metal detector and do a series of calisthenics to make sure none of my clothing shifts, clings, rides, gaps, or otherwise provides a glimpse of skin from knee to collarbone. Doesn't stop my students from trying to see though, and they aren't even teenagers.


Where the hell do you teach?! I usually do the "on your knees, bend forward, then stand on your toes and reach" routine, but it's something I do at home with a mirror. There's nobody supervising it.

Also, no metal detectors.

/Gotta love SW VA
 
2013-09-07 11:24:11 AM

LoneWolf343: jaylectricity: A teacher wearing no panties with a short skirt is distracting. Boys will be staring all day just hoping it rides up a little too high.

But if the dress is tight yet long, that underwear line is going to keep the boys distracted all day long.

Solution: Home room is divided into individual cubicles complete with lotion, tissues and a small dog shiat bag. Just get it out of the way so they can get back to learning.

That would be true with or without the panties. In fact, why would you wear a short skirt without any panties on?


it's a time saving choice. Since a teenager can get a  raging stiffy in less time than it would take to remove the underwear anyways (and because breaks between classes are so short) it just makes sense to be ready to go with as little fan-fare and time wasted as possible.
 
2013-09-07 11:24:24 AM
If you want to be taken seriously and treated like a professional-dress like one.
If you dress like a hoochie in a club you are only damaging your credibility and the credibility of your profession.
 
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