Big_Doofus: There's an old saying that goes something like this, "dress for the job you want, not the job you have."I think that's pretty accurate. I wear a suit to work on days when I know I have important meetings. If I'm just working in my office it's slacks, shirt and tie. It always amazes me when people see me in these meetings and I'm wearing jacket and tie they usually turn to me to ask questions and treat me with more respect.
WTFDYW: Still no NSFW teacher links./i am sad.
MBrady: Smackledorfer: It won't make a difference.My favorite teacher wore jeans. She was one hot piece of ass. I know from experience.Why? Did you accidentally burn her ass on the Bunsen burner in Chemisty?
beachboy: If they are learning and its keeping their attention, I really don't see the problem[phyx.files.wordpress.com image 850x531]
Uchiha_Cycliste: OhioUGrad: Uchiha_Cycliste: OhioUGrad: 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.You know, Talk of the Nation had a program not long before ending about about dress codes and there was a teacher discussing the (mostly) negative response he received from both students and fellow teachers from wearing a suit and tie everyday he taught. It really sounds like a situation where you just can't win.I agree that it's pretty dated in most professions, but when you have idiots who still think that flip-flops, ripped jeans, and provocative shirts for women are acceptable, it's not going to go anywhere. Not to mention suits are hot, women have a LOT more freedom when it comes to what they can we ...
jaylectricity: WTFDYW: Still no NSFW teacher links./i am sad.Because every time somebody finds out a teacher has naked pictures or video, she gets fired. So they stopped doing it.Or you just want pics of naked girls trying to look scholarly that have nothing to do with teaching the three Rs.
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