Discussion in 'The Pub' started by RedneckDerek, Mar 25, 2016.
Hell, I'd be happy if they didn't wear them on an airplane!
The emperor has no clothes . At least it looks that way .
Well, you didn't mention THAT part. You've got to cut him some slack if he was just going to get the Cap'n!
My favorite is the guy you see walking into the supermarket wearing shorts, and shoes with no socks - in February, and it's snowing. See it all the time around here. The epitome of laziness, and I can't help but think that he's probably washed those things maybe twice since August.
Walmart's on a different level.
After many years of being rousted by false fire alarms at hotels and standing with the crowd outside, believe me when I tell you that in almost all cases you don't want to see what people look like when they're dragged out of bed.
closest i've come is driving down to the bus stop to get my kids. the lady down the street got her lawn tractor stuck in a big rut/ditch and we had to stop to help her get out. i was pretty embarrassed.
The Dude abides.....
At least put on a pair of plaid shorts.
Even sweat pants is pushing it, right up there with wearing shorts on stage when it's not 90 degrees.
On occasion, since oh, '00 or there abouts, "I've had to turn until my darkness goes". There is a certain draping that occurs across a perky backside. Lightweight flannel...aww yeah.
I think I want it to go away, butt...
Especially when the backsides are stained.
well my pants are too tight
and these have an elastic waist band
As long as the snake isn't crawling out of it's hole, it doesn't bother me.
Its not just WalMart. At the college where I worked, the kids (boys and girls) would put on their pajamas and walk across campus to the main study hall to spend the night cramming for exams. I mean ones with feet!
Polk County Uniform Dress Code demands them...pretty sure of that.
If they're pressed, they pass as formal wear round these parts.
At the office, we often get folks in pjs, but we tell'em to dress comfortable if we're doing longer procedures.
No big deal then.
The kids without feet did not walk across campus, as one might expect.
This rule is just for guys, right?