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2018-11-08 08:52:56 AM  
I know a retired Army guy who developed clothing allergies. He'd been all over the world and worn all kinds of stuff and suddenly he had to figure out what fabrics did that to him. Far as I know he's still buying clothes a little differently than the rest of us. His skin doesn't seem to be as tough as the rest of him.
 
2018-11-08 10:14:24 AM  
Why have uniforms for kids in the first place? SMH
 
2018-11-08 10:15:14 AM  
And all this time I've been wearing my panda onesie and I'm only allergic to cats and dogs.
 
2018-11-08 10:22:46 AM  

Rand Paul's Anus is Leaking: Why have uniforms for kids in the first place? SMH


There's something to be said for fostering an atmosphere of equality, and uniforms help with that.
 
2018-11-08 10:25:20 AM  
Might have wool in it.
 
2018-11-08 10:26:25 AM  
The only thing the kid can wear is a panda costume?  Bullshiat.
 
2018-11-08 10:28:35 AM  
Way to mislead the fark Furry/Brony population, subby.

I'd say most of them were clicking through, with their pants down, on their knees in front of their computers.
 
2018-11-08 10:28:51 AM  

Rand Paul's Anus is Leaking: Why have uniforms for kids in the first place? SMH


So kids can't get bullied over their clothes.

Of course, they can still get bullied over their weight, hair, glasses, grades, voice, hobbies, gossip, and rumors. But at least the clothing thing isn't a problem anymore.
 
2018-11-08 10:31:48 AM  

NotThatGuyAgain: The only thing the kid can wear is a panda costume?  Bullshiat.


Yeah. Seems like there would be some kind of middle ground there.
 
2018-11-08 10:33:47 AM  
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2018-11-08 10:34:14 AM  

Rand Paul's Anus is Leaking: Why have uniforms for kids in the first place? SMH


Quiet, you'll attract the attention of the International Uniform Cartel.  Nobody wants that!
 
2018-11-08 10:34:29 AM  

Cormee: Way to mislead the fark Furry/Brony population, subby.

I'd say most of them were clicking through, with their pants

fuzzy bunny pajamas down, on their knees in front of their computers.

/FTFY
 
2018-11-08 10:34:42 AM  

Weatherkiss: Rand Paul's Anus is Leaking: Why have uniforms for kids in the first place? SMH

There's something to be said for fostering an atmosphere of equality, and uniforms help with that.


I believe uniforms only create the illusion of equality to anyone other than the wearers.

Even if every member of the human race wore the same uniform eternally, we would still not see each other as equals.

To an outsider, like aliens perhaps, we would display a faint sense of equality. Until they taste test us that is. ..
 
2018-11-08 10:36:15 AM  

NotThatGuyAgain: The only thing the kid can wear is a panda costume?  Bullshiat.


She's just adding experience so she can work for sluttypandagirls.com when she gets a little older.
 
2018-11-08 10:36:33 AM  

Nagual: Weatherkiss: Rand Paul's Anus is Leaking: Why have uniforms for kids in the first place? SMH

There's something to be said for fostering an atmosphere of equality, and uniforms help with that.

I believe uniforms only create the illusion of equality to anyone other than the wearers.

Even if every member of the human race wore the same uniform eternally, we would still not see each other as equals.

To an outsider, like aliens perhaps, we would display a faint sense of equality. Until they taste test us that is. ..


Uniforms cost money, who gets the money?

That's why we have uniforms.  (Assumption)

If we didn't require dress codes in so many jobs I would agree, uniforms are stupid in school.  But you might as well teach them to "be like everyone else" asap.  Or you get broken humans, such as myself.
 
2018-11-08 10:37:29 AM  

Rand Paul's Anus is Leaking: Why have uniforms for kids in the first place? SMH


They psychologically reinforce conformity and discipline. Schools like that.
 
2018-11-08 10:39:25 AM  

Gordon Bennett: Rand Paul's Anus is Leaking: Why have uniforms for kids in the first place? SMH

They psychologically reinforce conformity and discipline. Schools Humans like that.


FTFM
 
2018-11-08 10:41:52 AM  
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It's not so bad once you get used to it.
 
2018-11-08 10:42:11 AM  

ds615: NotThatGuyAgain: The only thing the kid can wear is a panda costume?  Bullshiat.

Yeah. Seems like there would be some kind of middle ground there.


I know it's fark, but if you care enough to ask the thread do you not care enough to rtfa?

Kid's body kicks out too many immune system cells, might get an allergic reaction to anything at any time. That day, her school uni farked her up and the plush panda outfit was the only thing it didn't hurt too much to wear. Maybe tomorrow the panda outfit will fark her up and the uni be fine.

Since this seems to be a newly classified disease and a spectrum expect a lot of farkers saying it's not real, or trendy to pretend you have it. Can't comment on the quality of the medical research, but living every day with the possibility of random anaphylaxis would suck. Kid's gonna have more problems than an itchy uniform.
 
2018-11-08 10:44:41 AM  

NotThatGuyAgain: The only thing the kid can wear is a panda costume?  Bullshiat.


Yeah there's a pic in the damn article of her wearing normal clothes. The costume doesn't seem to be imbued with some sort of panda magic that keeps her safe.
 
2018-11-08 10:45:29 AM  
Sorry, darling, but maybe having cousins for parents means you don't get to live.
 
2018-11-08 10:48:21 AM  

Weatherkiss: Rand Paul's Anus is Leaking: Why have uniforms for kids in the first place? SMH

There's something to be said for fostering an atmosphere of equality, and uniforms help with that.


It's also good at keeping the kids from getting any ideas about freedom and individuality. Another brick in the wall...
 
2018-11-08 10:53:14 AM  
Solution, animal oneses ARE the new school uniforms!

/hey it would work in Japan....
 
2018-11-08 10:55:39 AM  

NotThatGuyAgain: The only thing the kid can wear is a panda costume?  Bullshiat.


Agree.  I am pretty sure they can make her an appropriate outfit / uniform out of the same material used to make the furry panda onesie.  Yet another person getting their 15 minutes of fame over something stupid.
 
2018-11-08 10:56:25 AM  

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Dude,   She's 9
 
2018-11-08 11:05:44 AM  

Cormee: Way to mislead the fark Furry/Brony population, subby.

I'd say most of them were clicking through, with their pants down, on their knees in front of their computers.


Fark is not your personal erotic website.
 
TWX
2018-11-08 11:07:02 AM  

Gordon Bennett: Rand Paul's Anus is Leaking: Why have uniforms for kids in the first place? SMH

They psychologically reinforce conformity and discipline. Schools like that.


Where I live, schools don't mandate uniforms unless there's a problem. Unfortunately that problem is often poverty. Uniforms seem to help the kids develop the mindset that school is different from home, and needs to be treated differently. Conformity doesn't have to be a bad thing, especially when it applies to actually learning the material in class.

ArthurVandelay: Uniforms cost money, who gets the money?

That's why we have uniforms. (Assumption)

If we didn't require dress codes in so many jobs I would agree, uniforms are stupid in school. But you might as well teach them to "be like everyone else" asap. Or you get broken humans, such as myself.


Again around here, schools typically mandate a polo shirt in one of the three colors of the American flag, and black, blue, or khaki pants/shorts/skirts depending on weather. Some mandate a certain color, others don't. Generally schools don't mandate exactly which shirt from which source, just that it must be a polo shirt of one of these colors. Plain, non-printed polo shirts like these are not expensive.

The school only mandates the wearing of the uniform for going to school. The kid can wear whatever the kid or the kid's parents want the kid to wear outside of school. The kid is free to be as expressive with clothing choices as allowed by parents off-hours. When in school, the kid is expected to put effort into learning, not into personal expression.
 
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2018-11-08 11:12:21 AM  
'has to'
 
2018-11-08 11:12:24 AM  

TWX: Gordon Bennett: Rand Paul's Anus is Leaking: Why have uniforms for kids in the first place? SMH

They psychologically reinforce conformity and discipline. Schools like that.

Where I live, schools don't mandate uniforms unless there's a problem. Unfortunately that problem is often poverty. Uniforms seem to help the kids develop the mindset that school is different from home, and needs to be treated differently. Conformity doesn't have to be a bad thing, especially when it applies to actually learning the material in class.

ArthurVandelay: Uniforms cost money, who gets the money?

That's why we have uniforms. (Assumption)

If we didn't require dress codes in so many jobs I would agree, uniforms are stupid in school. But you might as well teach them to "be like everyone else" asap. Or you get broken humans, such as myself.

Again around here, schools typically mandate a polo shirt in one of the three colors of the American flag, and black, blue, or khaki pants/shorts/skirts depending on weather. Some mandate a certain color, others don't. Generally schools don't mandate exactly which shirt from which source, just that it must be a polo shirt of one of these colors. Plain, non-printed polo shirts like these are not expensive.

The school only mandates the wearing of the uniform for going to school. The kid can wear whatever the kid or the kid's parents want the kid to wear outside of school. The kid is free to be as expressive with clothing choices as allowed by parents off-hours. When in school, the kid is expected to put effort into learning, not into personal expression.


Not expensive TO YOU.

Where I work, if I am required to wear a uniform they're required to provide it.  Of course they get around that just like the schools do, by making the uniform "normal" attire.

I don't wear polos, my school aged brother doesn't either.  Yet I had to spend money, of which I have very very little, to buy him new uniform clothing.  (I didn't eat lunch for two days, to budget it in)

fark the uniforms, and the excuses.  You want them to dress all pretty, YOU BUY THE farkING CLOTHES.
 
2018-11-08 11:13:49 AM  

Prince George: Cormee: Way to mislead the fark Furry/Brony population, subby.

I'd say most of them were clicking through, with their pants down, on their knees in front of their computers.

Fark is not your personal erotic website.


Says who?
 
2018-11-08 11:15:51 AM  

ArthurVandelay: ...


And if it wasn't about money they would still allow the PE clothing to be worn in lieu of a uniform.

But that was changed, need to buy buy buy.

And, the kids generally don't like to wear the uniforms.  I don't feel forcing thousands upon thousands of youths to wear stitched fabric of certain colors to be worthy of a "forced issue".

Your cotton strings aren't the same as theirs, oh noes!!
 
2018-11-08 11:16:59 AM  
I found out in Boot Camp, along with a lot of other people, that when everyone has the same haircut and clothes on you tended to see each other more as you actually were, rather than seeing the image people wanted to project of themselves.
 
TWX
2018-11-08 11:19:25 AM  

ArthurVandelay: Not expensive TO YOU.

Where I work, if I am required to wear a uniform they're required to provide it. Of course they get around that just like the schools do, by making the uniform "normal" attire.

I don't wear polos, my school aged brother doesn't either. Yet I had to spend money, of which I have very very little, to buy him new uniform clothing. (I didn't eat lunch for two days, to budget it in)

fark the uniforms, and the excuses. You want them to dress all pretty, YOU BUY THE farkING CLOTHES.


And what clothing would you be purchasing instead of the polo shirts that you apparently despise?

My sixteen month old daughter has to have her clothing changed-out on a regular basis; she wears out some things (mostly socks), she outgrows everything else. My assumption is that most kids do the same. It doesn't help that she's large though appropriately proportioned for her age, she's already getting to be too big for many 18-month clothing items and is wearing a lot of 24-month items. We buy her new clothes as she needs them, or in advance when we find them on sale, predicting what she'll need.
 
TWX
2018-11-08 11:22:24 AM  

RedRudy: Solution, animal oneses ARE the new school uniforms!

/hey it would work in Japan....


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2018-11-08 11:31:22 AM  

TWX: ArthurVandelay: Not expensive TO YOU.

Where I work, if I am required to wear a uniform they're required to provide it. Of course they get around that just like the schools do, by making the uniform "normal" attire.

I don't wear polos, my school aged brother doesn't either. Yet I had to spend money, of which I have very very little, to buy him new uniform clothing. (I didn't eat lunch for two days, to budget it in)

fark the uniforms, and the excuses. You want them to dress all pretty, YOU BUY THE farkING CLOTHES.

And what clothing would you be purchasing instead of the polo shirts that you apparently despise?

My sixteen month old daughter has to have her clothing changed-out on a regular basis; she wears out some things (mostly socks), she outgrows everything else. My assumption is that most kids do the same. It doesn't help that she's large though appropriately proportioned for her age, she's already getting to be too big for many 18-month clothing items and is wearing a lot of 24-month items. We buy her new clothes as she needs them, or in advance when we find them on sale, predicting what she'll need.


We purchase from local discount stores, DD's being the closest.

We purchase packs of T shirts for around 3 to 5 dollars for a pack of 5.  Techincally they're undershirts, but we get them in large sizes so you can't see our nips through them.

As for pants, if we get lucky we can snag some for 3 to 7 dollars (1 pair a month is budgeted, out of three family members)

He's high functioning autistic, so tends to burn through clothing more often than an average 17 year old.  Needless to say, forcing me to buy uniforms that are out of my price range is a sadistic practice designed to keep poor people poor.

At least that's how it feels, I am sure it's not the intention.  But, try to think straight when you've gone a few days without a good meal :P  (6 hours till pay-day!)

At least all the cotton fabrics look the same, that's pretty.  You know how important it is to physical and mental health that the strings of cotton all look the same.  Money, who needs that shiat?  It's not like it's food or anything.  And food, that's got nothing on colored cotton fabrics!
 
2018-11-08 11:31:53 AM  

HotWingConspiracy: NotThatGuyAgain: The only thing the kid can wear is a panda costume?  Bullshiat.

Yeah there's a pic in the damn article of her wearing normal clothes. The costume doesn't seem to be imbued with some sort of panda magic that keeps her safe.


My wife seems to have something like this. She has a lot of allergies but when her allergies are bothering her it doesn't take much to set her skin off.  Just the tags in her clothing can leave big red patches.  She has several shirts she always wears inside out around the house.  Even more disturbing she can feel a loose hair stuck or in the back of her shirt.  I've even seen her scratch her name on her arm light enough that it didn't leave marks but then five minutes later it's puffy and red enough to read.    In this kids case it's probably as much or more the texture of the fabric as what it's made of.  A little strategic shopping they should be able to find something the looks a little more normal.  At the same time seeing what my wife goes through from time to time it's probably better to say fark that she should be able to wear what works.
 
2018-11-08 11:42:07 AM  

TWX: ArthurVandelay: Not expensive TO YOU.

Where I work, if I am required to wear a uniform they're required to provide it. Of course they get around that just like the schools do, by making the uniform "normal" attire.

I don't wear polos, my school aged brother doesn't either. Yet I had to spend money, of which I have very very little, to buy him new uniform clothing. (I didn't eat lunch for two days, to budget it in)

fark the uniforms, and the excuses. You want them to dress all pretty, YOU BUY THE farkING CLOTHES.

And what clothing would you be purchasing instead of the polo shirts that you apparently despise?

My sixteen month old daughter has to have her clothing changed-out on a regular basis; she wears out some things (mostly socks), she outgrows everything else. My assumption is that most kids do the same. It doesn't help that she's large though appropriately proportioned for her age, she's already getting to be too big for many 18-month clothing items and is wearing a lot of 24-month items. We buy her new clothes as she needs them, or in advance when we find them on sale, predicting what she'll need.


I'm sorry but your daughter is 1 year and 4 months old.  Not sure where you're getting this "16 months" crap.

We have our eye(s) on you.
 
2018-11-08 11:52:10 AM  
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2018-11-08 12:08:08 PM  

cynicalbastard: I found out in Boot Camp, along with a lot of other people, that when everyone has the same haircut and clothes on you tended to see each other more as you

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Dude,   She's 9

actually were, rather than seeing the image people wanted to project of themselves.


Shame her while she's young
 
2018-11-08 12:12:57 PM  
Heh, I wish I could get away with going to work in my bear kigu PJs.
 
2018-11-08 12:17:53 PM  

DoBeDoBeLurk: ds615: NotThatGuyAgain: The only thing the kid can wear is a panda costume?  Bullshiat.

Yeah. Seems like there would be some kind of middle ground there.

I know it's fark, but if you care enough to ask the thread do you not care enough to rtfa?

Kid's body kicks out too many immune system cells, might get an allergic reaction to anything at any time. That day, her school uni farked her up and the plush panda outfit was the only thing it didn't hurt too much to wear. Maybe tomorrow the panda outfit will fark her up and the uni be fine.

Since this seems to be a newly classified disease and a spectrum expect a lot of farkers saying it's not real, or trendy to pretend you have it. Can't comment on the quality of the medical research, but living every day with the possibility of random anaphylaxis would suck. Kid's gonna have more problems than an itchy uniform.


Yep. I work with Disability claims and we encounter a lot of rare diseases. At any given time, I have 2-3 clients with Mast Cell Disease. That shiat is scary.

And I know it's trendy to hate on allergies, but it's hard to fake hives or anaphylaxis.

Basically, my understanding is the body has too many mast cells (the things that make histamine) and when they reach a critical mass OR get irritated (so not necessarily even an allergic reaction, but skin brushing up against something might do it) they go off. Some people are more sensitive to irritation. I had one guy for whom it was completely random.

They all carry Benadryl cocktails and epipens because yeah.
 
2018-11-08 12:20:02 PM  

Prince George: HotWingConspiracy: NotThatGuyAgain: The only thing the kid can wear is a panda costume?  Bullshiat.

Yeah there's a pic in the damn article of her wearing normal clothes. The costume doesn't seem to be imbued with some sort of panda magic that keeps her safe.

My wife seems to have something like this. She has a lot of allergies but when her allergies are bothering her it doesn't take much to set her skin off.  Just the tags in her clothing can leave big red patches.  She has several shirts she always wears inside out around the house.  Even more disturbing she can feel a loose hair stuck or in the back of her shirt.  I've even seen her scratch her name on her arm light enough that it didn't leave marks but then five minutes later it's puffy and red enough to read.    In this kids case it's probably as much or more the texture of the fabric as what it's made of.  A little strategic shopping they should be able to find something the looks a little more normal.  At the same time seeing what my wife goes through from time to time it's probably better to say fark that she should be able to wear what works.


Just skin is usually called dermatographia but if she's THAT sensitive... seeing an immunologist is probably a good idea (note: immunologist, NOT allergist for this issue).
 
2018-11-08 12:28:02 PM  
My sister has chronic topic dermatitis, and one source of reaction (among way too many) is disperse dyes red, blue, & brown (dyes typically used in clothing containing polyester and specific other synthetic fabrics).  After years of reactions that would cover torso and arms/legs partially, newer tests finally found the culprit.  I can fully believe a uniform could cause this due to either the fabric, dyes, or even the stuff it is washed in.
 
2018-11-08 12:32:04 PM  

NotThatGuyAgain: The only thing the kid can wear is a panda costume?  Bullshiat.


Nah, skin allergies in general are weird and can flare up randomly. Also this girl has a weird immune system condition where her body just decides to be allergic to damn near everything for a while and then simmers down.

I had a roommate who had weird allergy issues since birth (almost died at birth, spent a good chunk of her childhood in the hospital). Her skin would suddenly erupt into horrible rashes occasionally when a detergent she thought was safe would change their formula unexpectedly. It was really horrible.
 
2018-11-08 12:33:13 PM  

ramblingandpie: DoBeDoBeLurk: ds615: NotThatGuyAgain: The only thing the kid can wear is a panda costume?  Bullshiat.

Yeah. Seems like there would be some kind of middle ground there.

I know it's fark, but if you care enough to ask the thread do you not care enough to rtfa?

Kid's body kicks out too many immune system cells, might get an allergic reaction to anything at any time. That day, her school uni farked her up and the plush panda outfit was the only thing it didn't hurt too much to wear. Maybe tomorrow the panda outfit will fark her up and the uni be fine.

Since this seems to be a newly classified disease and a spectrum expect a lot of farkers saying it's not real, or trendy to pretend you have it. Can't comment on the quality of the medical research, but living every day with the possibility of random anaphylaxis would suck. Kid's gonna have more problems than an itchy uniform.

Yep. I work with Disability claims and we encounter a lot of rare diseases. At any given time, I have 2-3 clients with Mast Cell Disease. That shiat is scary.

And I know it's trendy to hate on allergies, but it's hard to fake hives or anaphylaxis.

Basically, my understanding is the body has too many mast cells (the things that make histamine) and when they reach a critical mass OR get irritated (so not necessarily even an allergic reaction, but skin brushing up against something might do it) they go off. Some people are more sensitive to irritation. I had one guy for whom it was completely random.

They all carry Benadryl cocktails and epipens because yeah.


Now if only half the people in the thread had the reading comprehension to realize it's not the magical panda outfit, it's the random histamines. It's not every day in a panda outfit with time to prepare or make a non-panda outfit out of the same fabric, you guys, it was one time the reaction was so severe only the panda outfit worked. If nothing worked, she would've had to stay home that day. She has totally random allergic reactions which can range from 'itchy' to 'throat closed, can't breathe.'

Pictures of skin lesions in TFA from her mast cells going haywire. Also she can only eat nine things. I'm guessing they keep the food as hypoallergenic as possible because if she's eaten it and it sets her off, they can't get rid of it like a contact reaction. Her life is gonna suck. It's fortunate she's got this rare condition in the UK where her health insurance coverage is not subject to political whims.
 
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2018-11-08 12:42:14 PM  
Why don't they make the school uniform out of the onesie material?
 
2018-11-08 12:42:44 PM  

ArthurVandelay: Needless to say, forcing me to buy uniforms that are out of my price range is a sadistic practice designed to keep poor people poor.

At least that's how it feels, I am sure it's not the intention.  But, try to think straight when you've gone a few days without a good meal :P  (6 hours till pay-day!)


This is seriously terrible and it makes me so mad that we don't do more for people who are struggling. In fact, we make up stories about them eating lobster and driving Cadillacs to make ourselves feel better about cutting the very few helpful programs we have. And sometimes we make them buy school uniforms.

All I can say is... crowdfunding? We seem to have outsourced our basic responsibility to our fellow human beings to crowdfunding at the moment.

I'm really sorry. I wish you luck.
 
2018-11-08 12:47:54 PM  

abrown: Why don't they make the school uniform out of the onesie material?


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...I don't know. They must not be as smart as you.
 
2018-11-08 12:56:59 PM  

DoBeDoBeLurk: ArthurVandelay: Needless to say, forcing me to buy uniforms that are out of my price range is a sadistic practice designed to keep poor people poor.

At least that's how it feels, I am sure it's not the intention.  But, try to think straight when you've gone a few days without a good meal :P  (6 hours till pay-day!)

This is seriously terrible and it makes me so mad that we don't do more for people who are struggling. In fact, we make up stories about them eating lobster and driving Cadillacs to make ourselves feel better about cutting the very few helpful programs we have. And sometimes we make them buy school uniforms.

All I can say is... crowdfunding? We seem to have outsourced our basic responsibility to our fellow human beings to crowdfunding at the moment.

I'm really sorry. I wish you luck.


Don't feel bad for me, feel bad for the folks who are below me on the "better than" scale.

I went without lunch for two days a few months ago, that's nothing.  I have folks I know who go several days between meals.

Also, I wouldn't say what I am going through is a struggle.  (Actually was pondering this last night)  I am not ill, nor starving, nor without shelter.  My basic needs are met (more often than not).

My whole purpose in life right now is to say/do things to help folks realize there is more than one way to look at things.  This article, the girl shouldn't have to have come to this outcome at all.  All because colored cotton strands must be arranged a certain way, or it's "wrong".  W-T-F

I ask: What is the purpose of school uniforms?
How many reasons will show up? (Many, already presented in here)

I ask: What is the purpose of school books?
How many reasons will show up? (One: Learning)

When something has a purpose, the purpose is evident.  When something does not have a purpose, one must struggle to find one.  (Personal belief)
 
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