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ashamed

Seth, WV

#1 Aug 26, 2012
Why are there no dress codes for teachers anymore? They go to school in flip flops, sweat pants, stains, holes. Where is the leadership? Please help. Students have less respect for teachers that don't dress professionally.
no big deal

Seth, WV

#2 Aug 26, 2012
flip flops on the ones in charge. thanks.
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Kay

Northfork, WV

#4 Aug 27, 2012
It's like that everywhere, everyone is a mess. My husband was in the hospital recently. I couldn't tell the difference between the doctors and the janitor. In fact a lady came into my husbands room and when I started asking her about his condition she said " sorry I'm just here to get the trash" wth? Go into Walmart and people are wearing pajamas. What kind of impulse shopping are they doing? Take the family out for a steak dinner and you will see the same people that was at Walmart. I'm not a prude and I'm not that old (mid- thirties) I'm just saying... Have a little self respect and put some decent clothes on. 
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Kay

Northfork, WV

#6 Aug 27, 2012
I also have a little bit of shopping advice. I understand that you may have gained a little weight since the last time that you wore anything besides pajama/sweat pant...but check the label, try it on, make sure it fits. Just because you can "kind of" get a size 8 up around your size 14 butt, doesn't mean you should. Please do us all a favor. We are tired of looking at ass cracks & fat bellies. Just saying. 
Kay

Northfork, WV

#7 Aug 27, 2012
AGREED wrote:
I think people so used to dressing like "laying around" that they just go that way everywhere. I always try to have my hair fixed, makeup on and dressed decent when I go out, because if you don't that is how sure you will run into someone you know, and you know their first thoughts are "OMG what happened to her?" LOL!
I know just what you mean. Don't you love that moment of horror when you run into the store,(hair up in ponytail, no make up) just to get a jug of milk and run into someone that you haven't seen in 15 years. 
AGREED

Lizemores, WV

#8 Aug 27, 2012
Kay wrote:
I also have a little bit of shopping advice. I understand that you may have gained a little weight since the last time that you wore anything besides pajama/sweat pant...but check the label, try it on, make sure it fits. Just because you can "kind of" get a size 8 up around your size 14 butt, doesn't mean you should. Please do us all a favor. We are tired of looking at ass cracks & fat bellies. Just saying. 
You forgot the part about the "boobs" hanging out, LOL! That is about as gross! LOL!
ashamed still

Seth, WV

#9 Aug 27, 2012
There is no accountability from the higher-ups. The bosses need to have a backbone and deal out some harsh reality for their workers; especially teachers. Students have little respect for someone who comes to school in jeans and shirts with stains and holes. My daughter goes to CES and had a teacher just like that. It is pretty evident that those teachers have no respect for themselves or their students. Women should were dresses or slacks and men should wear ties. Bottom line.
rude

United States

#10 Aug 27, 2012
I for one like to dress up every once in awhile but I have kids to take care of and don't have time to dress up and fix my hair or I am to tired to so yep I wear sweat pants and put my hair in a pony tail and I don't care what people think of me you don't like me or the way I look then don't talk to me I don't give a crap
curious

Chapmanville, WV

#11 Aug 27, 2012
rude wrote:
I for one like to dress up every once in awhile but I have kids to take care of and don't have time to dress up and fix my hair or I am to tired to so yep I wear sweat pants and put my hair in a pony tail and I don't care what people think of me you don't like me or the way I look then don't talk to me I don't give a crap
But you wouldn't go to work dressed like that, would you?
rude

United States

#12 Aug 27, 2012
curious wrote:
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But you wouldn't go to work dressed like that, would you?
no I wouldn't but that's what this was suppose to be about but talking about everyone else some people don't have the money for nice clothes and stuff or when they do like myself I buy the stuff I need and I don't care what people think of me bc only god can judge
iagree

Charleston, WV

#13 Aug 27, 2012
rude wrote:
<quoted text>no I wouldn't but that's what this was suppose to be about but talking about everyone else some people don't have the money for nice clothes and stuff or when they do like myself I buy the stuff I need and I don't care what people think of me bc only god can judge
The is no excuse for anyone "not dressing" to go out in public. Goodwill, yard sales, union mission, several other places. A ponytail and no makeup shopping is ok, but wearing your night clothes, or maybe day and night, I don't think some changes but every two or three days. Wake Up!! Have a little bit of self dignity. You ARE being an expletive to someone. Teachers, seeing them, I stand breathless. Is this what we want out children to become? Sad thing is, a lot of parents are reading this and saying. What? What's wrong with this example? It the same I see when I look in the mirror each day before I go out? Come on adults, love your children enough to be a good example.
fred

United States

#14 Aug 27, 2012
AGREED wrote:
<quoted text> You forgot the part about the "boobs" hanging out, LOL! That is about as gross! LOL!
Personally, I love to see boobs hanging out! I wish I would see more of them more often! Love me some boobies!
change

Seth, WV

#15 Aug 27, 2012
This is about TEACHERS. Not some welfare piece of crap going to the store in a pair of pajamas. Our students need to respect tjeir teachers and the way they dress says a lot. My child has a fifth grade teacher that is always unkempt, shirt tail out, and holes and stains. I hear it every day and am at my wits end as to what to do about it. Shoudnt the principal so their job?
wrong

United States

#16 Aug 27, 2012
That's not a good example a good example is teaching your kids to be their selves and not try to be like someone else I want by kids to be happy and not judge anyone by what there are wearing I am not on welfare I am married to a hard working man I see that if u are at work you should dress like you are but too dog other people is wrong
Kay

Northfork, WV

#17 Aug 28, 2012
First off...I'm not talking about designer clothing, diamond and pearls. I'm talking about putting on some pants and a shirt that fit. So don't give me " I'm poor and tired" "don't judge me" speech. If you are that poor, pick up something at the mission or at one of the churches on free day. If you are too tired to get out of your pajamas... Stay home. Stop being lazy and quit making up excuses. As far as teachers and other professionals... Ummmm dress like it. If you don't respect yourself, how can  you expect others?
Interesting

Lizemores, WV

#18 Aug 28, 2012
Kay wrote:
First off...I'm not talking about designer clothing, diamond and pearls. I'm talking about putting on some pants and a shirt that fit. So don't give me " I'm poor and tired" "don't judge me" speech. If you are that poor, pick up something at the mission or at one of the churches on free day. If you are too tired to get out of your pajamas... Stay home. Stop being lazy and quit making up excuses. As far as teachers and other professionals... Ummmm dress like it. If you don't respect yourself, how can  you expect others?
Very well stated! And, so true!
iagree

Charleston, WV

#19 Aug 28, 2012
Kay wrote:
First off...I'm not talking about designer clothing, diamond and pearls. I'm talking about putting on some pants and a shirt that fit. So don't give me " I'm poor and tired" "don't judge me" speech. If you are that poor, pick up something at the mission or at one of the churches on free day. If you are too tired to get out of your pajamas... Stay home. Stop being lazy and quit making up excuses. As far as teachers and other professionals... Ummmm dress like it. If you don't respect yourself, how can you expect others?
VERY WELL said... Very well said
fred

United States

#20 Aug 28, 2012
So I guess we're not gonna talk about boobs anymore?
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leslie

Seth, WV

#22 Aug 29, 2012
the only thing worse than a sloppy teacher is a chemically dependent one that dresses the same way.
Parent

Spencer, WV

#23 Aug 29, 2012
fred wrote:
So I guess we're not gonna talk about boobs anymore?
my aunt has boobies so big they are pulling her forward and she has fell on her face, but she was ok cause her boobies acted as padding..no crap this is true.

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